13th Nov @ 4 PM- Intelligent Elimination of options for UPSC Prelims MCQs by Dinesh Sir.
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Day 4: 13th Nov, 4 pm (Sunday)
Dinesh sir, the senior IAS Faculty from Civilsdaily will discuss the most important aspects of the UPSC exam – How to attempt UPSC Prelims MCQs? and in that he will share tips and hacks to attempt successfully questions that pull you into negative marking by confusing you.
- Intelligent Elimination Techniques for UPSC Prelims 2023-24
- 10 smart hacks for MCQ option elimination
You will be able to solve many questions with almost no or relatively less information by using these techniques.
Given the voluminous nature of the UPSC exam syllabus, it is almost impossible for a candidate preparing for UPSC to expect a complete revision of all textbooks and the entire syllabus right before the examination; however, revision is critical to scoring well and passing the examination. As a result, most aspirants rely on self-made notes for quick revision during exam days to overcome this challenge.
Making notes is not only an important part of UPSC preparation but also it is the main part of active learning. One cannot expect to clear even the Prelims unless he prepares his notes and regularly revises them. Take any UPSC topper from any year, and you will find that almost all of them used note-taking as part of their UPSC preparation strategy.
Day 3: 13th Nov, 12 noon (Sunday)
Dimple Chouhan ma’am, CD’s Senior IAS Mentor will discuss how to make UPSC notes for GS-Current Affairs for Pre+Mains. She will also share value-added 2-3 paged crisp and comprehensive notes so that students get proper guidance…
Apart from the above, an IAS aspirant must know how to deal with offbeat questions.
Day 1: UPSC FREE Workshop by AIR 109, UPSC 2021, Areeba Nomaan was concluded successfully. In case you missed it, Register for the Recorded session, PDF & Notes
UPSC is nothing but a difficult battle. Every year Lakhs of aspirants face only fail because they accept self-defeat. Sajal sir said, “UPSC is the most UNPREDICTABLE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION’.
During the preparation journey, an aspirant should be doubly sure of his/her strategy and all those IMP themes that only can work in the exam hall. It’s not good to go ahead without knowing the most possible loopholes.
You have to be Prelims, Mains ready even before 2 months of Prelims itself. And only then you can catch your IAS/IPS dream on the very 1st attempt.
True success involves the full use of your power and strategy. Most of the time it happens that an aspirant works very hard but he/she does not achieve success because they lack clarity.
REGISTER FOR RECORDED SESSION | Day 1: 11th Nov, 5:30 pm (Friday) | The most important Masterclass by AIR 109, UPSC 2021, Areeba Nomaan | Post-session important PDFs, videos, and notes will be shared for FREE.
Acknowledging the need to ensure sure success in UPSC in the very 1st attempt, AIR 109, UPSC 2021, Areeba Nomaan, CD’s Super Mentor will take the IMP masterclass on cracking UPSC 2023-24 in just one attempt + Important themes and strategy…She will be giving a 6 months strategy for UPSC 2023 Prelims aspirants as well.
Key Takeaways of Masterclass with AIR 109, UPSC 2021, Areeba Nomaan, Super Mentor of Civilsdaily. Other than those mentioned above we will be discussing the following points:
1. Analysing the trend of UPSC and devising an evolving adaptive strategy.
2. How to cover the syllabus? The syllabus, not the books, must be completed. Focussing on the essentials first.
3. What are the best books to refer to? Based on the last 10-year UPSC-CSE paper analysis.
4. Recognize the UPSC requirement. What kinds of test series are useful? Which mock test series should be avoided?
5. Complete UPSC-CSE Preparation Timeline for a Working Professional
6. The skill of taking notes. What topics necessitate notes and which do not?
7. Working hard in the right direction vs. working hard in the wrong direction Is it possible to be successful solely by studying hard?
8. There are only two consolidated sources for current events. What exactly are they?
9. Revision techniques that are common, standard, and used frequently. What exactly are they?
10. And many more IMP points of UPSC Prep that only a Topper can disclose
Details of the workshop
Date: 11th November 2022
Time: 5pm onwards
Venue: This Workshop will be held in both offline and online mode. You can attend in CivilsDaily’s Delhi center offline, and for Online mode, we will share a Zoom link in your email. Please register.
Address: CivilsDaily IAS, 1 LGF, Apsara Arcade, Pusa Rd Next to Gate No 7, Karol Bagh, Delhi
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