How to start history for UPSC quora?
Listen first lets clear there is no diffrent process for being prepared for pre and mains. You can start with OLD NCERT BOOKS and spectrum is also advisable and plz before reading history analys the question trend of UPSC and dont waste much time in ancient history. P.S. In history your own notes plays important role.
What should I read for UPSC history?
NCERT Class XI Modern India – Bipan Chandra. History of Modern World – Jain and Mathur. History of Modern India – Bipan Chandra. A New Look at Modern Indian History From 1707 to the Modern Times- Alka Mehta and B L Grover S.
What type of history comes in UPSC?
History is an important subject in UPSC Civil Service Prelims and Mains exam. For Prelims examination, History is divided into three sections – Ancient India, Medieval India and Modern History. For Civil Services Mains Examination, World History is also there in UPSC Mains syllabus.
How do Beginners study History?
Make Flashcards Of Key Terms, People And Dates. Read Out Loud As You Read The Text. Prepare Your Own Notes. Use Mnemonics To Memorize Facts. Connect Details To A Map Or Timeline To Find A Relation Between The Facts. Be Familiar With The Format Of Examination. Take Practice Tests.
What is the easiest way to memorize History?
How do I remember lengthy history answers? Break up the answer into many smaller pieces and learn them one at a time in the same order. Reading or writing the answer once or twice every day will also help you remember for a long period of time.
What should I study first in UPSC history?
Rise of the foreign power in India. Emergence of East India Company and related events. British takeovers and reactions from Indians. British economic policy. Socio-cultural facets.
Can I clear UPSC in 150 days?
If you are going to attempt the exam for the very first time, ‘150 days’ are more than enough to get through the prelims exam, if you work sincerely enough.
Is NCERT enough for history?
It is a constant question, which book or books is enough to cover Ancient Indian History. Usually NCERT Books on History are enough to cover ancient Indian history.
How can I memorize UPSC history?
Preparation. According to the UPSC’s eligibility criteria, a candidate must hold a graduation degree for appearing in UPSC exams. Write As Much As You Read. Learn To Remember Dates. Don’t Ever Try To Memorize. Make Notes. Make Use of Standard Terms While Writing the Answers.
Is history a difficult optional?
If you are not interested in history, you may find studying it difficult. You must have good writing skills to score good marks in history. It is not a scoring subject when you compare it to science or maths. You do need to remember a few dates and names in history.