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MCC IAS Academy

P.B. No.2579, 78-86, 
Harrington Road, Chetpet,
Chennai – 600 031

+91 9344435330

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  • I am currently working/doing my post graduation, can I still prepare?
    Yes, you can prepare for the IAS exam while working or pursuing post-graduation. Many successful IAS candidates have balanced their studies with other commitments. It requires effective time management, a well-structured study plan, and dedication to your preparation.
  • Is hostel accommodations provided?
    Yes, We strive to provide a safe and comfortable home-away-from-home for our students, ensuring they can focus on their studies in a serene and distraction-free environment. This combination of top-notch academics and exceptional hostel amenities creates an ideal space for students to thrive both academically and personally.
  • Where is the academy located?
    The located within the Madras Christian College Higher Secondary School Campus. Please find the address link pasted below: Address: MCC IAS Academy, no 2579, Harrington Rd, Chetpet, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600031.
  • Can anyone crack the exam?
    Success in the highly competitive IAS exam depends on individual dedication, effective preparation, and a deep understanding of various subjects. While it's open to anyone, not everyone will succeed due to the challenging nature of the exam and the fierce competition. However, with the right guidance and commitment, individuals from diverse backgrounds can increase their chances of success.
  • What do I need to know before preparing?
    Before preparing for the IAS exam, understand its structure, eligibility criteria, syllabus, and the resources you need. Decide on self-study or coaching, manage your time effectively, and focus on current affairs. Stay persistent and consider seeking mentorship for guidance.
  • When is a good time to start preparing for the IAS Exam?
    The ideal time to start preparing for the IAS exam varies from person to person, but generally, it's recommended to begin your preparation at least one to two years before the exam. This provides sufficient time to cover the extensive syllabus and build a strong foundation. Here are some factors to consider when deciding when to start your IAS exam preparation: 1. Graduation: Many candidates start their preparation after completing their graduation, as they have more time and can focus on the exam full-time. However, they can enrol for the Catch Them Young program to kickstart their preparation. 2. Early Start: Some aspirants begin their IAS preparation during their undergraduate studies or even before graduation, which allows for a longer and more gradual preparation. 3. Work-Life Balance: If you are working, you may need to balance your job with your preparation. Starting early ensures you can dedicate sufficient time to both. 4. Post-Graduation: If you are pursuing post-graduation, you can start preparing simultaneously or consider beginning your IAS preparation after completing your post-graduation. Ultimately, the right time to start preparing for the IAS exam depends on your individual circumstances, your level of commitment, and your ability to manage your time effectively. The key is to plan your preparation well in advance to cover the extensive syllabus and give yourself the best chance of success.
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