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The very thought of getting through the toughest exams in India makes people tremble, but they’re actually quite easy if you know how to tackle them and prepare well. Here are five of the toughest exams in India and how to beat them! After all, knowledge is power, and with this knowledge you can beat any exam in India! Good luck!
Every Indian kid has heard of it, but very few people have passed it. The Indian Civil Services (popularly known as IAS) is widely considered to be one of, if not, THE toughest exam to crack in India. To stand a chance at passing it you need to dedicate yourself for at least 3 – 5 years, according to most estimates. Aspiring candidates are expected to have an in-depth knowledge of political science and economy, besides being fluent speakers of English and regional languages (in case they choose a state civil service). In terms of difficulty level – while other competitive exams like CAT or GMAT assess your problem solving abilities or analytical skills, UPSC requires general knowledge and awareness levels that are off-the-charts high!
For most Indians, a medical degree can be their ticket to a relatively high-paying job. To get into these schools, however, they have to take India’s National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test, or NEET. As its name implies, it’s a one -step exam that takes about three hours to complete; students must also pass an entrance exam for each of their chosen schools if the respective college mandates it. Many students study for years just to prepare for it. In 2018 nearly 10 lakhs people took NEET in more than 10 plus languages; English was by far the most popular language followed by Hindi and Tamil.
3) JEE Advance
When it comes to college entrance exams, IIT-JEE and NEET are probably two of the most difficult. JEE Advance is an advanced version of JEE Main which takes place every year as a qualifying exam for admission into IIT. The difficulty level of Advance stands at such a high pedestal that only about 1% students qualify. So if you think you can ace both sections with ease or want to avoid them altogether, you really need to work hard.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) conducts two examinations for Chartered Accountants and Company Secretaries: The Final CA Examination and The Intermediate CA Examination. Students must clear both to get their certificates, with passing marks set at 40 percent in all individual subjects and 50 percent aggregate in all subjects for finals respectively. After clearing either of these two difficult examinations, it takes another year to get your actual certificate as a CFA or CS. One thing is certain, however, you’re facing a hard exam when you decide to take up these courses. Both will require a lot of preparation time though.
One of India’s toughest entrance exams, CDS is administered by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). Containing English and general aptitude questions, it tests all-round knowledge. Candidates with a graduation degree or those above are eligible to apply for CDS. Despite being one of the most difficult exams, many students choose to prepare for CDS to get into coveted departments like IAS and IPS.
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