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I am sure many of you are getting ready for the preparation of the Interview - Civil Services Examination 2017 which will be held between 19th Feb to 25th April 2018. You need to understand a huge amount of time, effort and sacrifice is needed for the preparation of this exam. Since the interview round is the final procedure of UPSC to shortlist the right candidate. This round carries 275 marks and your final selection completely depends upon your performance during the interview. The first thing you must remember is no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation and hard work.The time will never be right for you till you decide so. Tough times never last, but tough people do, so mentally be prepared to face the challenges.
Best of luck for your interview....



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