How can I start Geography for UPSC Prelims?
# Refer NCERTs for a Basic Understanding. # Get Advanced Understanding with Advanced Books. # Practice Maps. # Connect Dots with Current Affairs. # Refer to Previous Year Questions. # Make Notes and Revise Timely.
How can I prepare for Geography for preliminary?
NCERT Reading. Topic-wise Progress Analysis. Prioritizing topics. Cross-subject relevance and interconnecting the topics. Make your own notes. Practising Maps. Link with Current Affairs. NCERT Books for Beginners:
Which part of Geography is important for UPSC Prelims?
Human Geography Location-based questions pertaining to India and the world are also asked in the prelims. The UPSC Notification contains the syllabus of the Geography optional along with other subjects.
What should I study for Geography in UPSC?
The important topics of Geography in IAS Exam are basically from three different portions, namely- Physical Geography, Human Geography and Indian Geography.
Is Geography NCERT enough for prelims?
The NCERT books of class 9th and 10th are also recommendable for IAS Prelims Preparation but not necessary (in case they have enough time).
How can I easily pass Geography?
Start with the continents. Be knowledgeable about large bodies of water. Don’t be stuck up on memorizing all the countries. Use history or current events to remember better. Visualize locations. Make flashcards. Ask for help. Keep a map close by.
What are 3 ways to study Geography?
Field Trips. Kids love to learn about places they can see, touch and hear. Map Work. Learning how to create and detail maps is a lot of fun! Models. Creating models is a great hands-on activity for geography lessons! Lapbooks. Photography. Unit Studies. Family Vacations. Atlases.
How do you get a1 in Geography?
Know your History. I can already hear the “Isn’t this how to get an A in Geography?” already. Visualise. Break It Up. Know Your Lingo. Correlation ≠ Causation. Understand the Importance of the Topic. Diverse Sources Are Key.
How can I memorize Geography for UPSC?
You read about Geographical phenomenon almost on a daily basis in the newspapers. When you read about a natural calamity or phenomenon, relate it to what you have read in the textbooks. This way, you are also preparing for the current affairs.
Are Ncerts enough for Geography UPSC?
NCERT books are a must for the IAS exam. However, candidates should also refer to subject-specific books (e.g. Indian Polity by Laxmikant) and keep tabs on current affairs.