VAJIRAM YELLOW BOOK (MAINS) VAJIRAM YELLOW BOOK Part 1 · VAJIRAM YELLOW BOOK Part 2 · VAJIRAM YELLOW BOOK Part 3. In this artical we sharing with you Vajiram and Ravi Geography Printed Notes PDF. This Book will helpful for Prelims, GS paper 1 and. In this artical we sharing with you Vajiram and Ravi Ethics Printed Notes PDF with You. This Book will helpful for Ethics integrity and aptitude.
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Faculty is very experience and they constantly reviewed the changing pattern of the examination. Students from different streams like Engineering, Medical and Humanity backgroung are equally benefitted by its coaching. Its lucid approach of teaching suits them all. Also, drought affected areas. Here one should not only read, but also, keep oneself in the shoes of the affected people, like imagine what will happen if the water supply to your home gets damaged and takes a week long to repair.
One should try to solve the questions, at least mentally, which are given at the end of chapter. Like GS2, I did an extensive writing practice around months of this paper too. Please do economic survey fully, not summaries, and in fact, summarize them yourself.
For example, the previous economic survey was summarized by me in 6 pages itself, with all necessary data and statements. ES was a beautiful document — JAM trinity, wiping every tear from every eye etc…i used these statements in my answers.
ES is nice too.
For my interview, I made notes out of it, and shortened them to only 3 pages. Why the shortest possible content is being emphasized is because one has to revise, re-revise, re-re-revise these things, so that they get etched in memory.
So, please focus on your summary, your notes, your short-hand, your own effort. When you summarize, it automatically leads to revision.
General Studies — 4 Ethics was my stronghold, and again, marks were disappointing. It may be due to the fact that I started paper from last question i. For ethics, please take a printout of syllabus and paste it in front of your study table. I referred to lexicon, and also some notes of SK Mishra Sir, and more importantly, some notes prepared by Sh.
Writing practice is very important in ethics.
I repeat — very very important. Initially, one has to force-feed these words, but with time, one starts using them befittingly. The quality improves exponentially with examples and diagrams, they may be simple ones.
One should himself be that tribal man, think about the moral, ethical dilemma and actualize and internalize that situation. For case studies, one should have at least 4 ready-to-serve lines for any situation. Not only such an introduction gives a kick-start to your answer, but also, it improves your presentation.
There will be such introductions only but they will help a lot. My optional sociology has helped me with the thinkers part. He is an inspiration and a friend and i thank forumias for being the medium of communication! One may find his answers on insightsonindia. I had to decide between Chemistry or Sociology, and I went with the latter keeping in my mind the availability of study material, consistent performance, relevance with the career i desired, and my own internal inclination.
My initial Sociology notes from the class Mohapatra Sir formed the foundation of my sociology preparation.
Sociology as a subjects demand devotion and writing practice. One should download them from the market near JNU, they are more organized there. I expected at least in Sociology, but could get only What I would advise you all is to do extensive writing practice and solve at least previous year papers. Thereafter, a revision along with the consolidation of coaching notes by February-March I had planned to start dedicated Mock-Prelims from March till one week before the final exam.
After my first revision, I got skeptical. You can achieve that by ensuring good coverage of syllabus and multiple revisions like you have planned. But most important aspect after that would be to practice tests and prepare yourself for the D-Day which is almost similar for everyone. The most important aspect in the preparation of Prelims is simulating it over and over before the final day. Learning from the mistakes and improving week by week. I made it a point to refer to the answer keys released by UPSC.
Many insights came out from the analysis. Also, specific topics on which UPSC has repeatedly asked got reinforced in my mind. This also triggered my subconscious mind to be more alert which revising or web-surfing those topics. Test Series and PYQP analysis also helped in becoming better at smart guessing which made me confident of scoring above average even though the competition was with people who were much more experienced than me in terms of CSE Prelims.
Structuring the process of mock-Prelims played a crucial role for me.
I used to take time-bound tests in the morning timings similar to UPSC. It helped in setting the bio-clock and achieve maximum concentration during tests.
While taking the test, I used to mark the questions into three different categories: A tick would mean an easy question — this I will mark right away after taking a pause to see whether there was a trap by the examiner forcing me towards a silly mistake A circle would mean a moderate to a difficult question — this I will mark in the second round or third round after eliminating one or two options.
A cross would mean a very difficult question — this I would not attempt. Also, I might have attempted question which I should have crossed. The continued analysis helped me improve for the D-Day.
Also, discussion of analysis with my friend regularly helped me in understanding other approaches. This improved my guessing skills.
When I had started taking tests, I used to score around 50, slowly it improve to 80, then and near Prelims I was able to hit s. Finally, in Prelims , I attempted 91 questions. Along with tests, parallel repeated revision of the notes and current affairs helped in gaining confidence. Proper mindset before the final exam helped me remain calm and composed before and during the examination.
My score in GS: