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Current affair prelims 2017

edited August 2016 in Daily Quiz
Hello everyone ..as we all knows prelims is approaching very soon this time ..and by analysing this year prelims picture is pretty much clear that current affair gonna play major role in crossing cutoff ..

Comments

  • What are you talking about, their is still so much time for 2017 but yeah I agree that current affairs prep should be started from now on.
  • Yes golden lady..u r right..so wat do u suggest ??
  • @good-boy... What harms in giving 1 hour from pre point of view..and remaining to optional (I m sure m not clearing pre this time ..so people who are sure abt not clearing ..I think should take integrated approach)

  • Yes, I'm doing exactly the same i.e, integrated approach.. Started reading CA from prelims point of view + For Mains...
    Shall we discuss daily topics from Current affairs? BTW what's your score goldenlady, renaissance, Good_Guy?


    Don't watch the clock; do what it does. Keep going.
  • @hyderabad777

    I have qualified prelims 4 times..left with 2 attempts..had got bored appearing for mains each year...so took a break this year to relax and reorient myself and my mains preparation.

    I am also following the integrated approach i.e pre + mains together...for 2017.
  • I am currently focusing only on reading The Hindu for 2 hrs daily. I think this will suffice. This strategy has always worked for me. Though this time I am out since I didn't focus on current due to a hectic work schedule.
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