[Strategy] Most-Probable Topic Areas for UPSC Prelims 2020 (with mindmap notes)

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In order to clear UPSC prelims, you need to first 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 make notes and organise everything yourself. So we have 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.

It is not those who read everything become toppers, it is those who know what to read become toppers.

Quick Tip: You can use the memory palace technique to remember fact-based stuff such as countries & borders, indices/reports, GI tags, etc.

List of Most-Probable Topics (with Notes)

In the Current Affairs Mindmaps (prelims),

  • Give particular focus on following compilations
      • Species (in Environment)
      • Conservation areas (in Environment)
      • Diseases (in National Issues)
      • Space and other tech news (in Sci-tech)
      • Indexes/reports (in Compilations)
      • Schemes/welfare initiatives (in Compilations)
      • Bills/Acts (in Compilations)
      • Government organisations (in Compilations)
      • International organisations, groupings and agreements (in compilations) | Static Compilations
      • GI tags (in Compilations)
      • Defence – Missiles, Military exercises, ships (in Compilations)
  • Additional compilation not covered in prelims CA mindmaps – Important economic terms
  • Compilations on repeated current topics

In Indian Polity Mindmaps

In Indian Culture Mindmaps

In Indian Economy Mindmaps

In Environment Mindmaps

In Ancient Indian History Mindmaps

In Medieval Indian History Mindmaps

In Modern Indian History Mindmaps

In Geography Mindmaps

P.S –

  • These topics have been chosen by analysing previous year questions.
  • If you’ve completed all the above topics, then please go through all the other mindmaps here.

All the best!

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Komal Karnani
Komal Karnani
1 year ago

Great work sir. Thanks a lot

Saurabh bhatia
Saurabh bhatia
1 year ago

Hey keep up the good work… These mindmaps are really nice… Thanks

RRocks
RRocks
1 year ago

is there any 1 month subscription

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