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Seeing the Prelims Result sheet is one of the most exciting and also tough moments for any Serious Aspirant. Because there will be chances that our efforts of the whole year will go in vain even for minor errors or variations in the answer keys of UPSC. If we clear Prelims, we will get a chance to write Mains, the crucial phase of CSE. But if we fail, we will be at square one. We need to start the process once again. Flunking at the first stage of IAS DREAM is the most painful for any aspirant. It would be a tough and testing time in one's life. Everyone will start doubting about us. In fact, we start doubting ourselves, our ability to achieve our Dreams.
Generally, Topper's Stories is being glorified in the UPSC circle. But, We believe everyone has their own unique stories of perseverance and struggles. A person who fails in prelims by one or two marks or bad performance in paper-2 is no less capable than a Topper. Only a matter of bad luck or a bad day on Prelims must have brought you down. You have every capacity to clear this Exam.
We are giving you an open invitation to express yourself here on this platform. Share your story of perseverance and Struggle. We are ready to listen with empathy and compassion. Let's build a positive and constructive community of serious and sincere aspirants.
Sir I too have same concern. I have prepared for this exam very religiously for 2 year but failed in my both my attempts. I am again preparing for my 3rd attempt after sinking in my failure for whole 1 week. This attempt is again about giving my 100%. But now I think I need to get financial independence also.
I am an engineering graduate. I am ready to do any kind of job with just one condition that I get enough time to prepare for this exam. I know there are other government jobs also like state PCS and many other but they again take too much of time and their results take even more time than 1 year. So they are not beneficial for the time being. But still my ultimate goal is UPSC.