Reading Time: 2 mins Nowadays, digital sources have become indispensable for UPSC aspirants considering the level of competition the exam has. However, reading digitally for long hours causes eye-strain and fatigue even for persons without any eye problems. This is especially true for those who read with their smart-phones.
Reading Time: 2 mins You have got 100 days until UPSC prelims 2020 (October 4). In this time period, you need to focus on most-probable topics in each subject and cover them comprehensively. But there is a problem of scattered resources and lack of time to cover everything. So I’ve listed links to our notes on most-probable topics. As these notes are in mindmap format, you can read/revise them very quickly.
If you have already completed the syllabus, you can also read these notes for the eleventh-hour revision. Some of these notes cannot easily be found across the internet or in one place.
Reading Time: 9 mins Have you ever wondered why you could not remember a chapter in a history textbook or any subject that was studied just a week ago? Have you been wondering how to cover and remember the humongous syllabus of UPSC with all those books, newspapers, online sources etc.? Then this article is for you.
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Reading Time: 7 mins Generally, students would calculate how much time they had spent in studying, but they wouldn’t think about how well they have studied. If you are a UPSC aspirant (fresher or veteran), you should know how to improve your focus or concentration because “you cannot cut a tree without sharpening the axe”.