UPSC: After completing his graduation in the year 2013, Varun was engaged in the preparation of UPSC exam.
UPSC: Millions of people dream of succeeding in the Civil Services Examination, but to achieve this goal, it is very important to maintain patience and positive attitude along with the right strategy and hard work. Sometimes it takes years to clear the UPSC exam, so it is not easy to keep trying without getting frustrated. Today we will tell you about Varun Reddy, who instead of giving up, fought against his failures and finally got success.
Generally, people start preparing for the Civil Services Examination well in advance. However, Varun decided to pursue an MBA from IIMs before venturing into this field. Then due to some reasons, he had made up his mind to go into the field of civil service. After completing his graduation in the year 2013, he started preparing for UPSC exam. Varun gave his first attempt only after a year of preparation. In the very first attempt, he had reached the interview round but his final selection could not be done.
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In his second attempt at the Civil Services Examination, Varun could not even clear the Mains. In such a situation, he chose Maths by changing his optional subject Geography. After this, he secured 166th rank in the third attempt and 225th rank in the fourth attempt. Despite these successes, Varun was not satisfied. He didn’t stop until he got the rank he wanted. Finally, after almost 6 years of hard work, Varun topped the Civil Services Examination in his fifth attempt with 7th rank and also got the desired post.
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According to Varun, it is better to study from a limited number of books than to collect a lot of books to prepare for the Civil Services Examination but must revise regularly. Apart from this, practice answer writing and give many mock tests. He believes that it is better to prepare for the exam together than to prepare for prelims and mains separately.