upsc exam tips: UPSC 2021: How to prepare for prelims exam in less time? Here are the effective tips – upsc prelims exam revision tips and tricks
- The exam will be held on October 10, 2021
- Focus more on general practice
- Learn how to revise in the last few days
Improve basic concepts
The success of the civil services is attributed entirely to the core concepts. Be it history, geography, Indian politics or economy. Give yourself enough time to master the basic concepts of all the subjects, this will make your work easier in the last stage of preparation. Try to cover all the key concepts and remember all the important points.
Focus more on general practice
Almost everyone will know that the general exam paper plays a big role in selecting candidates for the main exam. For this reason, on the last day of preparation, more attention should be paid to the general study paper. We suggest candidates to take the most important topics first.
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The General Studies paper covers more than six major topics covering Indian politics, economy, history and geography. We suggest that you set aside time for each subject and give everyone full time. If possible, give each subject one day in the last days.
Don’t read new concepts
The last 10 days of preparation should be for mastering the concepts, so never read new concepts these days. These days, you should only review topics that you have studied before. You get caught up in reading a new topic.
Create a timeline
When making improvements, try to create a timeline of events where necessary. Do this especially in history, creating a timeline in modern Indian history will help improve concepts on the last day of preparation. We also suggest you create a timeline for current events.
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Give a full day for current events
Needless to say the importance of the current affairs department in the civil services. A number of indirect questions can be expected in this although the weight of this section is relatively low. Give at least one full day to cover current events.
Read India Year Book
The India Year book published by the government for many issues of the current year is the best source of information. Try to know the statistics given in that book. Keep this book for reference only as it takes a long time to master it.
Take a mock test
You need to practice first to complete the paper in the allotted time. So give as many mock tests as possible on the last day. You will find out if you can make your place in the crowd of millions of this exam. Try mock tests at least 3 times in the last 10 days of preparation.
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