UPSC IAS 2022: UPSC Topper Arth Jain's Success Story – Check His UPSC Civil Services Exam Strategy Here! – Jagran Josh

UPSC Civil Services Prelims 2022 would be conducted on June 5, this year. Check out IAS Arth Jain’s success story to understand his UPSC strategy and prepare for CSE in a better way.  He was a UPSC Topper in 2020. 
UPSC Civil Services Exam (CSE) is not an easy nut to crack. Candidates require immense motivation, skills and a sense of responsibility to crack this exam. They need to build a solid strategy that would help them hit the bull’s eye and become an IAS in one go. It is always good to know the strategy followed by some toppers to make a better strategy for oneself. Check out the strategy of one such topper of UPSC CSE 2020, Arth Jain below.  UPSC CSE 2022 Prelims would be conducted on 5th June this year. 
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Arth Jain belongs to Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. He is an IIT graduate who secured All India Rank 16 in UPSC CSE 2020. Arth Jain’s father is an IPS officer.  Mukesh Jain, Arth’s father, is posted as Transport Commissioner in Madhya Pradesh. Arth also has a younger brother who is preparing for the Civil Services exam. 
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Arth has been schooled in Sanskriti School in New Delhi. He completed Mechanical Engineering from IIT Delhi when he planned to attempt the UPSC CSE. 
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Arth was not able to clear even the UPSC Prelims in his first attempt. He, however, did not lose hope at all. He knew he had to crack the Civil Service exam anyhow. He tracked down his problems and found out why he could not crack CSE in his first attempt. The reasons were nervousness, less amount of revision and a lesser number of test papers solved by him. He found one more major issue that can be a problem with many people. The issue was low knowledge of base subjects. 
So to come out strong the second time, he planned a better strategy. 
Arth’s second attempt was more seasoned than the first one and he succeeded in cracking the exam in that one. He followed this strategy listed below:
Arth Jain got the reward for his hard work in his second attempt. He secured AIR 16 in UPSC CSE 2020. Arth got 122 marks in Essay, 99 in GS1, 117 in GS 2, 92 in GS 3 and 124 marks in GS 4. 
His optional subject was Mathematics in which he scored 145 and 154 respectively. His UPSC Interview also went well where he scored 168 marks.  Arth Jain’s efforts and his strategy are commendable and an inspiration for all the UPSC Civil Service aspirants. 
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