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The Last Lap is Here!!
Revision and More Revision is the Key to Success!!
We believe that you all are following FREE YouTube Initiative – “IASbaba’s Rapid Revision Series (RRS) of 500 HIGH PROBABLE TOPICS for UPSC PRELIMS 2020”!!
You should strive for at least 2-3 cycles of revision before the exam with special focus on topics which have high probability to appear in UPSC Prelims Question Paper.
Each session is of 25-30 mins and would cover rapid revision of 15-20 high probable topics important for Prelims Exam this year.
And trust us! This will make a huge difference in your revision process – in recalling little facts of information, going through important topics and concepts, and retaining the vital content and your final result.
[VIDEO] Session 28 (Topics 461-475) – IASbaba’s RAPID REVISION SERIES (RRS) of 500 HIGH PROBABLE TOPICS for UPSC PRELIMS 2020
To Download PPT PDF – IASbaba’s RRS Session 28
Also, you can take up the Free Full Mocks (GS & CSAT in ENGLISH & (हिंदी)) available on the site. These mocks will give you the examination feel and will help you in coming up with a good strategy for UPSC Prelims. The question paper was made on similar lines of UPSC. The questions were designed with different difficulty levels – easy, moderate, difficult, and very difficult. This was done so that you can understand how to pick the questions for the attempt and how to leave the very difficult ones. You can read the Feedback of Students and Analysis of the Mock Tests here.
Please Note that, more Mocks (GS & CSAT) will be announced soon 🙂 It will be available BOTH in English and हिंदी.
Gear up and Make the Best Use of this initiative!!
Kindly leave your feedback in the comment section below on this new initiative or on our YouTube. We would love to hear from you 🙂
All the Best 🙂
PRELIMS SIMPLIFIED SERIES (Part 1,2,3): How to crack UPSC PRELIMS- IMPORTANT TIPS & TRICKS (using Common Sense – KCT Approach) by Mohan Sir -> CLICK HERE
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