As we all aware that the sailing in Prelims has now become difficult with only GS paper, It is imperative to fine tune ourselves and minimise errors and make an attempt to score very high to have a safe getting in. I invite People who are appearing for the next prelims both previous and fresh attempters to take part in this thread to share and to consolidate the previously held knowledge under all topics that will help all of us from a prelims perspective. We need not wait to cover the basics as we know most of the questions can be solved by practice and logical thinking and i hope for this, the experience we gain through this thread will be immensely helpful.
How to Go Ahead with this thread
1.) Concepts on diverse topics from science to polity to geography to culture..etc., that can be asked in prelims can be discussed and we can keep it as broad as possible to avoid boredom and repetition. For example: Indus valley civilization--some probable question areas can be posted, some scientific concepts like respiration in fruits and vegetables, interesting and peculiar natural process like Phumdis in Manipur, Geography based concepts like why, how etc.,
2.) Posting MCQs are not preferred because everyone will make their choices and there will be no value addition done by each member..rather we can stick to what i discussed in Point No-1 and it will be more like a concept clarity sheet rather than an MCQ
3.) When a process or phenomenon has been explained well, we can leave it and post the next ones to incorporate so many diverse issues that is needed to enhance our knowledge base
4.) Concepts can be drawn from textbooks, coaching class notes, newspapers, test series questions of various institutes, previous year papers, CAPF questions, Question banks, wikipedia, Current Affairs etc., but if some discussion is in happening on polity the next can be economics and the next can be history to keep it interesting.
I expect huge participation and contribution to make it a success, even the very basic concepts can be posted and discussed, however it is better they must be useful and relevant for prelims. Thanks for the patience and we will press the START button from today onwards.
Cmon...i aint gonna bite you