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Whose notes for the optional is preferable ....shabbir sir ,neetu singh

Kindly guide ...
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  • I think Shabbir sir notes and classes both is very good.but I suggest join classes for optional.
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  • mraj1271 said:

    Kindly guide ...

    Shabbir sir's notes are very good.
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  • gt2015 said:

    mraj1271 said:

    Kindly guide ...

    Shabbir sir's notes are very good.

    If anyone is in His 2016 test series. feb or august batch.
    kindly upload either pics of notes or audios of class. In whole or in installations.
    Efforts are appreciated . If desired anyhelp in exchange shall be done
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  • April2015 said:

    gt2015 said:

    mraj1271 said:

    Kindly guide ...

    Shabbir sir's notes are very good.

    If anyone is in His 2016 test series. feb or august batch.
    kindly upload either pics of notes or audios of class. In whole or in installations.
    Efforts are appreciated . If desired anyhelp in exchange shall be done
    Count me in too
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  • Thank you very much will buy these notes
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  • Shabbir's classes are useless from an Optional point of view. His "geographical" vocabulary is not that good. So, his teaching is not upto the optional mark.

    Although, he explains the concepts pretty well. But if you havent read the textbooks(Savindra Singh etc) after his classes and add specific terms from the textbooks in your answers, you wont make it.
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  • For Human Geo (mainly Perspectives), whose notes do aspirants in delhi follow mostly?
    not liking majid hussain's book at all...
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  • Yes contribution will be made.. please someone share shabbir sir test series 2016 audio..
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  • edited September 2016
    bro ...minimum things are covered in both teacher's notes .... first finish koi bhi ek by your own discretion which will be good for you ...... at least you wil cover an portion of your syllabus ...... shabbir sir is good in concepts but no one asks youR concepts in exam ..... so koi bhi ek ..... btw neetu mam notes are good because of full coverage ..... now you will not believe ...so apply your discretion ... which one is best 4 u ...... but you have to switch between notes and books for full coverage ...ek kabaad teacher ke notes bhi achhe hote hai ....but just finish them repeatedly :D :D :D
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  • I have found shabbir sir notes good.. I am studying those....
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  • How to get those notes/ audio of classes if possible
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  • I have bought xerox notes.... I am studying those
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  • I bought them from Rajender Nagar market
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  • How to get those notes/ audio of classes if possible

    If you are not in Delhi then buy them from flavido.com
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  • mraj1271 said:

    Kindly guide ...

    As far as I know, people generally take two notes and make their own notes in geography.

    Neetu SINGH , being a dictation style teacher covers a wider part of the syllabus so you may take her notes.

    You can supplement it with either shabeer, Alok Ranjan or anyone else . That would be all you can get from if you are looking from Delhi based coachings hand written notes.
    *No good deed goes unpunished*
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  • can anyone please give me photoshop number...i am from pune... i will ask him to deliver... please give me any ones number...
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  • can anyone please give me photoshop number...i am from pune... i will ask him to deliver... please give me any ones number...

    Order from flavido
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