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studying is to success. studying hard will guarantee your success but it's not everyone's cup of tea. Studying smart is something everyone can achieve. Especially during you are preparing for the exam as tough as UPSC, studying hard and smart are both important. Every large building is made over a firm foundation. While talking about UPSC, when we hear the word 'foundation' only one thing comes to our mind, that is NCERT. Every aspirant will tell ou that NCERT is base of preparation for UPSC, Now you will say that I am new to preparation how can I do it without coaching and this and that, stop right there. NCERT basically books for students, students of school studying from classes 6th to 12th, you must be either studying in these classes or just passed out of them. so you can study NCERT just by yourself if you don't understand anything we are here for it if you find anything difficult we are here for it. if you need classroom experience, leave it to us. we have prepared notes and lectures which will help you study NCERT easily. Let's get started...
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Why NCERT's are important for the preparation of UPSC?
How to study reference books after NCERT's to get the most benefits.
NCERT's have nearly every topic in sharp details and in an easily understandable style that a person who is just starting the preparation. In the case of reference books, the language is bit complicated and it may be troublesome for a new aspirant to surmise them in one go.
NCERT creates a firm base for future preparation, it clears the basic concepts which are not mentioned within reference books.
NCERT's are advised by each and every UPSC topper.
Each year 20-30 questions are directly asked from NCERT's
NCERT's helps in sorting and planning otherwise you'll be lost in study material
After finishing NCERT's you should move on to standard reference books like M. Laxmikant, Spectrum etc. Since NCERT's are not made for the preparation of UPSC, they are for class 12th students, so they do not cover the detailed portion of UPSC syllabus. But the details given in the standard books will be a lot easier to understand if you have finished NCERT's first.
But doing only NCERT will not take you anywhere because of its just basics of every subject. rest is dependent on standard books
Standard books require a lot of effort and time to study without proper guidance, we got it for you!