UPSC Prelims 70 Days Strategy Part 2

During the next 20 days of your UPSC prelims preparation, it’s time to revise and practice the concepts you have learned during the initial days.

1. Revision: Revise the basic concepts that you have learned in the first 14 days. Focus on weak areas and revise them thoroughly. You can refer to your notes or textbooks for revision.

2. Solve Previous Year Papers: Solve at least 5-10 years of previous year papers to understand the exam pattern and types of questions asked. It will help you get familiar with the exam format and increase your speed and accuracy.

3. Mock Tests: Take mock tests regularly to improve speed and accuracy. Analyze the mistakes and work on them. You can also join online mock test series or coaching classes to get more practice.

4. Current Affairs: Keep reading and revising current affairs. Make short notes of important topics, events, and issues. You can also join online current affairs classes or subscribe to current affairs magazines.

5. Practice MCQs: Practice MCQs on the topics you have studied. It will help you identify your weak areas and improve your understanding of the subject.

6. Stay Consistent: Make sure to stay consistent in your study routine. Try to study for at least 6-8 hours every day and avoid procrastination.