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(AIR 116, IFS Officer Scored 130+162) Geography Optional For UPSC Mains 2017 By Vijay Pandey
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In this session, Vijay Pandey, IFS officer with an AIR 116, discusses how to prepare for geography optional for Upsc Cse Mains 2017. He achieved a score of 130+162 in this years results. Here he shares important tips, booklist and reference for this subject. Having personally used a lot of online resources and self preparing for the optional, he guides you with all the information needed. He also provides separate strategy for paper 1 and 2 by discussing previous year paper. Must watch for all. You can find the entire course here: Download the Unacademy Learning App from the Google Play Store here:- https://goo.gl/02OhYI Do Subscribe and be a part of the community for more such lessons here: https://goo.gl/gycFVs


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good morning... it's very useful sir....kindly upload from September 2017...
will try to do
Karthik karthik
a year ago
thank you so much sir.
Sir what resources one should follow for perspective in human geography
What resources one should follo for perspective in human geography
congratulations sir please share your notes anilsk1947@gmail.com
hellow sir , you were explained very well about every things about geo optional , especially " Map based questions , Could you please share your own notes regard Map based questions? and please share your answer writing booklate which you were given Any TEST SERIES for geography. ID : prateekpardhan@gmail.com. Thanks in advance
Vijay PANDEY
a year ago
Thank you Prateek. I will try to do that :)
Adarsh Ahir
a year ago
did sir send copy
Prateek Pardhan
3 months ago
@ADARSH NOO
hello sir I have geography optional I find paper one static and easy to score as we can use diagram and case study example and map it will help us if you provide practice asnwer copy for geography paper 2 as will be helpful in knowing how to write answer geography oriented as more often focus is lost n it become GS answer
Adarsh Ahir
a year ago
my email id : adarsh.nguman@gmail.com
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