What is a Mindmap
- A mind map can turn a long list of boring information into a colourful, memorable and highly organized diagram that works in line with your brain’s natural way of doing things.
- A mind map is hierarchical and reflects relationships among pieces of the whole.
- Whenever you make notes from books or newspapers, instead of writing paragraphs or bullet points, you can make a mind map for the big-picture analysis and better recall.
- How to make a mind map?
- Step 1: Write the main concept at the centre of the page.
- Step 2: Write sub-topics around the main concept and link them together.
- Step 3: Write the key points under each-subtopics.
- Step 4: Mark relationship (if any) between different points in the mind map.
- Above is the example mind map from our article on the statue of unity issue. Here,
- Statue of unity – the Main concept
- Why in news? Who is Patel? Etc – Sub-topics
- Then the nodes that branch out from sub-topics are key points.
What you will get after purchasing subscription?
With Geography (optional) subscription, you can access:
- Geography (optional) paper 1 & 2 mindmap course – till subscription expiry
- Related current affairs – From June 2018 till subscription expiry
- Geography (optional) Study Group – for discussing with your fellow members
Features of this course
- In-depth but easy to learn/revise through interactive & hierarchical mindmaps
- Remember concepts for long-term
- Add your own notes
- Linkage with current affairs gives you updated info right away
- Adhered to syllabus & previous year question patterns
- Savindra Singh’s Geomorphology
- Savindra Singh’s Physical Geography
- Savindra Singh’s Climatology
- Savindra Singh’s Oceanography
- D.R khullar
- Majid Hussain
- Geographical thought by R. D Dikshit
Note & Offers
Things to note:
- No PDF/Offline mode: All contents can be accessed via our website/app only.
- Number of devices: 2 simultaneous device logins (PC/Tablet/Mobile) are allowed per user account for all subscriptions.