How to Prepare UPSC 2021 (Perfect 1-year strategy for beginner): Subject Wise strategy for static and current affairs syllabus with an ideal time table for reference

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How to start your preparation or how to complete these subjects?

First, you can start with ancient and medieval history –

This is a syllabus for ancient and medieval history.

“Indian culture covers the salient features of Literature, Art Forms, and Architecture from ancient to modern times.”

You can finish this syllabus from Tamilnadu 11 class book.

Before starting preparation for any subject you have to do the following steps!

Read syllabus of that subject

Analysis of previous years questions of that subject to find out the important topic and make a list of important topic

Then prepare that subject from the book (Tamilnadu 11 class book)

For example- if you analyze the previous year’s question of ancient and medieval history then you can get an idea about topics like Jainism and Buddhism. UPSC most likely ask questions from these topics. So, while preparing this subject your primary focus should be to finish that topic first.

Content

Chapter 1- Brief idea about UPSC IAS exam

Chapter 2 – List of the important subject and less important subjects

Chapter 3 – Booklist to be followed for UPSC Exam

Chapter 4 – How to prepare the UPSC exam in 12 months

Chapter 5 – How to prepare the UPSC syllabus in 6 months?

Chapter 6 – what to do in MONTH 1 and MONTH 2( 60 days)

Chapter 7 – What to do in MONTH 3 and MONTH 4

Chapter 8 – WHAT TO DO IN MONTH 5

Chapter 9 – what to do in MONTH 6? ( 30 days)

Chapter 10 – How to read a newspaper? Is it necessary to make notes form the newspaper?

Chapter 11- How do I finish my current affairs syllabus?

Chapter 12- Ideal time table for 6 months

Chapter 13 – Choosing optional?

Chapter 14 – What to do in the last 3 months before the UPSC prelim Exam?

Chapter 15 – Importance of Previous years question papers

In general studies paper, you have 100 multiple choice questions; it consists of 200 marks. This means each question has 2 marks. It also has negative marking. 0.68 marks will be deducted if you give the wrong answer.

Note- The cut off of General studies paper is about 100 – 115.

For General student –

98 marks in UPSC 2017 exam

105 marks in UPSC 2018 exam

Here you can understand that you have to score 55 to 60 percent to clear the UPSC prelim general studies paper.

Hence don’t force yourself to do all the syllabus. You have to focus on important subjects and try to prepare those subjects thoroughly. In the next chapter, I am giving you a list of important subjects.

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