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Gagan 85th Rank, 2009

How do you feel to be in the merit list with this rank?
I think this feeling cannot be expressed in words. I am grateful to the almighty, my family, teachers and my friends.
When did you decide to appear for this coveted IAS examination?
During my graduation days.
What were your optionals?
Zoology and Botany
Did your background in medical science help you?
I believe my background made me more hardworking.
People find themselves quite vulnerable in General Studies component of the examination. How you managed to pull it through?
Keeping yourself regularly updated; your basics should be clear; and practice of writing answer is very important.
What books did you study?
For g.s. ncert books and for optionals standard text books
Which attempt of yours is this? Will you share with us the shortcomings of your previous attempt?
Second, in my first attempt I think I failed to understand the exact demand of the exam itself
Your suggestions to budding aspirants.
Work hard and believe in yourself and keep your goal very clear in your mind
If CSAT is implemented what will be your suggestion to the candidates with regard to strategy to tackle the examination.
Whatever be the exam pattern keep yourself positive and confident. Remember upsc is checking much more than your intelligence.

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