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How to approach IGNOU ba notes for systematic study for Mains 2017?
What all should be covered in order?
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  • How to approach IGNOU ba notes for systematic study for Mains 2017?
    What all should be covered in order?

    Dont aim at finishing books. Your starting point should be syllabus. And then previous papers and then all the materials.

    Take syllabus.
    Under each subtopic make sub-sub topics from previous year questions
    For each sub-sub topic make a list of refence books and reference materials with order of priority to refer being 1) haralambos blue 2) IGNOU ba/ma 3) Mahopatra / Upendra notes.
    For each sub-sub topic you need to have one page of notes. In point manner. Ensure the thinker names are in bold.
    Read these notes daily / thrice a week. More the merrier.
    End of he say you need to have at the max 150 sheets of notes for each paper. 1 and 2.
    So that you can revise 3 times the whole thing before exam

    Check out thusharanshu Sharma notes air 70 something. Brilliant way to make notes for sociology. Very inspiring.

    Sociology has 80 percent questions from previous papers and 100 percent from.syllabus. so it is not books that matter all that matters is the syllabus and previous papers

    All the best
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  • ElonTesla said:

    How to approach IGNOU ba notes for systematic study for Mains 2017?
    What all should be covered in order?

    Dont aim at finishing books. Your starting point should be syllabus. And then previous papers and then all the materials.

    Take syllabus.
    Under each subtopic make sub-sub topics from previous year questions
    For each sub-sub topic make a list of refence books and reference materials with order of priority to refer being 1) haralambos blue 2) IGNOU ba/ma 3) Mahopatra / Upendra notes.
    For each sub-sub topic you need to have one page of notes. In point manner. Ensure the thinker names are in bold.
    Read these notes daily / thrice a week. More the merrier.
    End of he say you need to have at the max 150 sheets of notes for each paper. 1 and 2.
    So that you can revise 3 times the whole thing before exam

    Check out thusharanshu Sharma notes air 70 something. Brilliant way to make notes for sociology. Very inspiring.

    Sociology has 80 percent questions from previous papers and 100 percent from.syllabus. so it is not books that matter all that matters is the syllabus and previous papers

    All the best
    Thanks man
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  • I think u must have written mains this time
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