Usefulness of mains 365

Hey guyz, those who gave mains this year, did they find mains 365 useful ?

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  • carali said:

    Hey guyz, those who gave mains this year, did they find mains 365 useful ?

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  • It is useful, but won't replace your own hard work on current affairs. Keep reading the newspaper along with 365/monthly booklets
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  • Helped me in polity and IR. For the rest I only covered very prominent topics like data security, EIA, ayushman bharat. Not good for multiple revisions, if you have your own current affairs notes, which I had.
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  • edited October 10
    It can be good as a source for current affairs to supplement your arguments. But to enhance your analytical skill and your grasp over language you must read any one newspaper.
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  • focus on your self made notes thru any one newspaper
  • worth one read.
    shud be supplemented with ancillary material.
  • worth one read.
    shud be supplemented with ancillary material.

    Which ancillary material bro?
  • Pretty meh.
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  • Does the content of mains 365 remains more or less the same? I mean are they worth spending time on for mains 2019 prep...?
  • carali said:

    worth one read.
    shud be supplemented with ancillary material.

    Which ancillary material bro?
    insights/gs score/shubhra ranjan mam notes/wikipedia/model ansrs of mocks.
  • edited October 11
    carali said:

    Does the content of mains 365 remains more or less the same? I mean are they worth spending time on for mains 2019 prep...?

    sir...if u are targeting '19 upsc...u shud scan mains'18 365 as well...need not to dwell into each evry word of it...but having a glance and preparing imp topics wont hurt!!
    # utter personal opinion.
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