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21st January 2018: Daily MCQs on Current Affairs for government exams (UPSC CSE/IAS exam)
I want a suggestion frndz that as i will try in upsc at next year thn is it good for my daily schedule that i spend 2-3 hours in current affairs relate different source s u all r more experienced thn me will i m new born here????
Aaisha Madaan
2 years ago
Yes, if you are appearing next year then focus on building your base. the exam has becoming more and more current affairs oriented so it is must that you should be updated with everything. But at the same time try not to just learn things. have a fair understanding of each topic. And one more thing don't rely on too many sources. Newspaper is must, choose one or two other current affairs' sources There are hell lot of sites. choose wisely. Do read yojana though :) and once you have enough grip on the subjects, start practicing answer writing.
Aaisha Madaan
2 years ago
is becoming*
Aarzoo Khanam
2 years ago
tysm????
Assad Aaqib
2 years ago
Arzo u r on right platform at right time so first you need to go through the basic courses of roman sir available on unacademy ...
aarzoo..just start learning basics of every subject..economics..history..geo..etc..read from ncert and see here lec for understanding and for revision..do it all in 3months max. start reading hindu..yojna..kurukshetra...and keep up with daily 10mcq's...and start learning new words everyday..then by next year..you will be prepared..once you cover basics in 3months..start detailed studies of each subject first complete ncert..then go to detailed books..and refer lec. here or other lec for revision..also learn logic and a bit maths..for ckearing csat paper2..otherwise every other effort will go in vain !!
Aarzoo Khanam
2 years ago
tysm friendz to all of you