IAS exam is surely one of the most challenging exams, its syllabus is huge and it does require a good amount of your time with dedication. But there are several people, blogs and websites with partial knowledge that misguide the aspirants with their own understanding of what the exam is all about. Here are 7 myths about the IAS exam. Download- Drishti The Vision Printed PDF Notes In Hindi
MYTH 1: The UPSC syllabus is “Everything under the sun and beyond”
UPSC syllabus is undoubtedly huge and comprehensive, but UPSC does not expect you to know everything under the sun and beyond. There is a prescribed syllabus for both UPSC prelims and UPSC Mains examination. It is indicative and NOT exhaustive. It is necessary for you to keep your preparation aligned well within the boundaries of the syllabus, for which a clear understanding of the syllabus is essential.
Every aspirant starts preparing for the exam with partial knowledge, unaware of the realities and substance of the exam. It is completely okay to take some time to understand the syllabus, strategy to be followed and other nitty-gritty.