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Dear Civil Services Aspirants

This month we wish to clear your minds from some of the popular myths about the IAS exam. Below are some statements that are wrong and should have no place in your consciousness.

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  1. IAS exam is the mother of all exams.
  2. IAS is not for the faint-hearted.
  3. Lakhs appear but only some qualify, this makes IAS a scary exam.
  4. IAS requires preparation for 20 hours every day for 365 days.
  5. IAS exam can’t be cracked with poor English.
  6. To prepare for IAS exam it is mandatory to stay in Delhi.
  7. IAS is all about fate and good luck.
  8. It's the end of the world for IAS failures.
  9. There in corruption in recruiting IAS officers.
  10. IAS preparation is a national hobby for the country’s youth who are wasting their time.

The above negative thoughts you must get rid of off your mind and remain focused towards your goal of qualifying the Civil Services exam. Do the best you can without these limiting thoughts and you will see the results of your self belief and hard work. Civil Service India wishes you best of luck...

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