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IAS interview is a half-an-hour exercise which can change your life. The best way to move ahead in such a situation would be to stay optimistic and begin your IAS interview preparation so that you have enough time to work upon the nitty-gritty’s that are required to emerge victorious in the final stage of your IAS journey.

A high score in UPSC interview can sometimes create a difference of more than 100 marks with fellow candidates in just under 30 minutes. Being the last round, this would give one, an unassailable lead in India’s toughest competition – UPSC Civil Services Exam (CSE). Though the final rank list is prepared by taking the sum of UPSC mains marks and interview marks, very often we see that interview high-scorers top the final selection list too.

If you thought completing the IAS Main exam would mark the end of the tough journey towards a successful career as a civil services officer, you couldn’t have been more wrong. In fact, the time after the completion of IAS Main exams is the most precarious period for the aspirants, as it presents an uncertain situation, where aspirants can’t decide if they should begin IAS interview preparation or begin their studies for prelims.

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In present times where a significant well off youngsters cash their precious time in self-indulgence, there is an existing underprivileged group of students who with their iron willpower are breaking all stereotypes to reach golden heights in their career. One of many living examples is the successful civil services aspirants coming from varied backgrounds as low as being a son/daughter of a rickshaw puller or a street vendor.