10 Days to Prelims – 10 Things to Keep in Mind by Anudeep Durishetty CSE 2017 AIR 1
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Walking partner with PolSci optional at Vivekanand/Sindhi/Big Park

For a deeper,core understanding of Political Science concepts/theories/thinkers,deliberations would most certainly help. Generally jog with music on but feel that any discussion which broadens my horizons(with particular reference to PSIR) would be really great.
Suitable if you generally walk/jog daily in the park,if your optional is PSIR and you're up for deepening your knowledge base.
General idea is complete/revise important and complex parts of Paper 1 Part A in 15-20 days and then integrate Prelims with PolSci (Paper 1 Part B and only Pre relevant IR part).
Half an hour anytime between 1900 hours and 2000 hours.

P.S- First timer with a Non-Pol Sci background.Not a ploy to derail anyone's Pre prep mode.Needed but not necessary (can and will be done alone anyway but surely helps).Yeah,yeah I do realise that Pre is crucial and the cutoffs may rise but this,I'm willing to hedge my bets on.

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