What Not to Read for the UPSC Prelims Exam 2017? Avoid These Areas for prelims

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What Not to Read for the UPSC Prelims Exam 2017? Avoid These Areas for prelims

What Not to Read for the UPSC Prelims Exam 2017? Avoid These Areas for prelims – Hello friends Welcome to studydhaba.com .Here We are sharing list of areas which you should not read for upsc prelims 2017 exams. These Sections are not that much important for upsc prelims point of view.

All Aspirants have doubts regarding which section should i prepare or on which section should i spend i much time or which section i should leave.

What Not to Read for the UPSC Prelims Exam 2017? Avoid These Areas for prelims

Here We are Clearing Your All Doubts – You can ignore these Sections for UPSC prelims 2017 Exam.

The UPSC Prelims exam will be held on 18th June 2017.Lakhs of IAS hopefuls will take it and hope to clear it and make it to the UPSC mains exam in October this year. The IAS prelims exam consists of two objective papers:

  1. General Studies Paper I
  2. General Studies Paper II (CSAT)

Both the papers are of 200 marks each. They both carry negative marks for incorrect answers. Candidates have to score a minimum of 33% in the CSAT paper. Only the marks of the GS paper I will be counted for the prelims ranking.

While preparing for the IAS prelims, a candidate should know that there are certain things he/she should avoid reading or studying. A candidate should not waste tome reading this type of information. We give you a list of such unwanted topics:

  1. You should avoid sports news. Once you clear the mains and get a call for the IAS interview, you should look for news related to your hobby (if it is any sport).
  2. Business news not related to the UPSC syllabus.
  3. Avoid criminal news even if it is capturing headlines.
  4. Don’t read small and irrelevant regional/state/local news. Only read national news.
  5. Avoid Bollywood and other entertainment news. They have zero UPSC value.
  6. Don’t read the names of the presidents/prime ministers/currencies of all the countries in the world. Study only prominent names and those that are creating relevant news.
  7. In field of sports, art and science, learn a few names which have been in the news recently (example, if somebody has got a prominent award from the central government).
  8. For the prelims give only less focus on ancient and medieval Indian history (don’t ignore completely but your first priority must be to finish the freedom struggle portions).
  9. Focus on macroeconomics. Read microeconomics only if you think you can get a better understanding of the topics.
  10. Do not listen Use less politician Speech.

 

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