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Test Series and CSAT
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Strategy for Test Series and CSAT. Sources for current affairs are also covered.

Mudit Gupta is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Mudit Gupta
B.Tech. (ECE), LAMP Fellow (2015), Quora Top-Writer, 2018 and AIR 76 DU LLB Entrance Exam, 2016

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sir ..... what if about the current affairs of past.which i left...because i m starting my preperation from today only ...... and one more thing .....sir...... how many yojana ...i should refer to ...i mean june 2017 -may 2018 ...r enough.or not ...plz reply sir
Gayatri Reddy
2 years ago
Jun 2017-may 2018 are enough Varsha.For current affairs,you can go through vision material.As far as this month's yojana summary is concerned, you can watch this course which I personally found very useful :
how to manage time if the classes are taking place simultaneously.
Sweta Sinha
2 years ago
what I meant was managing time for self study.
Sunny O
2 years ago
Yeah right ! Everybody may have their own strategy, which suits them, If you are Joining class thn you must follow acord to your class. This one is not suitable for your bcz this is online platform and much preferred for non coaching aspirants hmmm....what I guess. Thank you.
Thank you Sir. But I have a doubt iam presently doing my optionals so is it right to do optionals now or we need to focus solely on the prelims?
Sanyam Kapila
2 years ago
Watch this course for CSAT-II, The Hindu Daily Vocabulary Analysis
I have completed all NCERTs of all subjects and my preparation is running good. But one problem is about my optional. I was confused before which one would take, but now I have decided the optional (Geography). Can I start prepare now onwards daily 2 hrs for optional ? or will I start after the prelims? plse guide me sir ?
Junaid Shaikh
2 years ago
you have too keep work for optional as you are doing
Diksha Sonawane
2 years ago
c optional totally depends on u which 1 r U comfortable wid as it plays major role in ranking frm my pt of view I would suggest to atleast do paper 1 preparation thoroughly n paper 2 cn prepare after prelims if U have cleared it...n ya 2 hr would be sufficient even if U start today...
hello sir.. I HAVE A DOUBT.. For current affairs I was following unacademy daily news analysis with hindu and made notes effectively which took more than 3 hours daily... as I'm working I couldn't stick to it... as of now I'm reading vision ias current affairs booklet and reading hindu news and editorials with this I'm doing answer writing practices, so that I'm getting a good idea about the issues... shall I stick with what I'm doing now or shall I change the strategy? in vision ias I can find many schemes also covered in it. It reduces my time to take notes, refer PIB and now I'm getting good time to study static, dynamic and answer writing... pls give your suggestion I'm badly in need of it...
Sanyam Kapila
2 years ago
Watch this course for CSAT-II, The Hindu Daily Vocabulary Analysis

  2. ABOUT ME Born and brought up in Delhi Engineer - Electronics and Communication College- Jaypee Institute of Information - - and Technology, Sector 62, Noida. - CGPA 8.4/10 LAMP Fellow DU LLB entrance = AIR 76 Interests - Writing and Blogging (Quora and Wordpress) Reading about India

  3. TARGET AUDIENCE TARGET AUDIENCE - UPSC SSc . RBI Grade-B IBPS PO . SBIPO UPSC SSC . RBI Grade-B IBPS PO . SBIPO By Mudit Gupta By Mudit Gupta Daily Current Affairs MCQ for UPSC CSE-November Daily Editorial Analysis for November 2017 9 Lessons 22 Lessons 132 ratings 38 reviews 155 ratings 38 reviews

  4. DAILY TIME ALLOCATION - 10-12 Hours 6 hours o Static Including polity 4 Hours a Current Affairs 1.5 Hours Revision

  5. CSAT Paper 2 Gaining importance Level of questions Getting tougher 12 Hours schedule 11.5 Hours consumed 30 Minutes for 180 days 90 Hours CSAT 30 Minutes Practice / day

  6. CSAT Sources Any CSAT Module Arihant - Pearson . TMH

  7. TEST SERIES Ideal Time February 30 Test:s a More than enough - Market Flooded with test series Which one to go for? - Insights Vision

  8. TIME FOR TEST SERIES? - 10-12 Hours 6 hours o Static Including polity 4 Hours a Current Affairs 1.5 Hours Revision

  9. - For that day No revision 2 hours test - 1.5 hours available Cut 30 minutes on static or current affairs part

  10. CURRENT AFFAIRS Sources Hindu/ Indian Express Yojana Kurukshetra (Only if time permits) Unacademy Daily MCQs Course 0