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How to prepare Science section for prelims. Please Help

Lately there have been on average 10 Questions per year from this section and not from traditional science and its principles.

For ex they dont ask what is force = mass * acceleration , so reading ncert does not help in this regard.

If we have to read from current affairs please suggest one or two source apart from Vision .

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  • The hindu will suffice

    Lately there have been on average 10 Questions per year from this section and not from traditional science and its principles.

    For ex they dont ask what is force = mass * acceleration , so reading ncert does not help in this regard.

    If we have to read from current affairs please suggest one or two source apart from Vision .

    Not a khiladi , just a beginner but from what everyone told me and what I saw in previous year papers ,The Hindu will suffice
  • Lately there have been on average 10 Questions per year from this section and not from traditional science and its principles.

    For ex they dont ask what is force = mass * acceleration , so reading ncert does not help in this regard.

    If we have to read from current affairs please suggest one or two source apart from Vision .

    Lucent general science. All the questions can be answered from it.
  • get science book of ravi agrahari
  • Any tips for capf science?
  • khagaul said:

    Any tips for capf science?

    Lucent
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