Rajasthan University result 2019 is out, which means it's time to shift to the top gear of government exam preparations. Every year, state and central government release many notifications for different competitive exams pertaining to vacancies needed to be filled in various government departments. The only way you could get a seat like such is by giving proper time to your daily preparations. But huddling yourself recklessly in your course and notebooks won’t get you the SSC GD Constable 2019, or any exam for that sake, you have been wishing for for a long time. You have to do it in the conventional, time-tested, and advised way that everyone follows during their school times. So here is the good, old time-table from the old days, that w have customized to suit your agenda of excelling competitive exams.
Starting it Early: 7:30 A.M. to 11:00 A.M.
7:30 is the best time to start with your preparations. It’s neither too late nor too early, and gives you enough time to complete your morning sleep too. After doing the morning chores needed for good health, you can start with general awareness and current affairs, both important and scoring section of any competitive exams.
Break Time: 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
Concluding GK and GS AT 11, it’s now time for the next meal of the day after breakfast, lunch. Make it light as you won’t be getting into any rigorous physical activity until you secure a decent post in a good government organisation. Once done, get a brisk walk in the home itself, and take an afternoon nap till 2. You can also have your daily dose of T.V. before the nap to get updated with the latest national and international news.
Quantitative Aptitude: 2:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Now is the time for another hot and top scoring section that needs your regular attention. Quantitative aptitude has good amount of mathematics involved, even if it’s basic, so you have to memorise hoards of mathematical formulas and tricks to complete any question in given time. There are a number of books in the market for this subject, however, it’s advised you stick with one to reduce unnecessary baggage and clutter.
Outdoor Activities: 4:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
A simple game or two of basketball, badminton, cricket, or volleyball would do the job. If you are not a sports fan or person, a 2 or 3-mile walk in a park or around a pollution-free area will be more than enough.
General Reasoning: 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.
The last, but not the least, is General reasoning. The questions, as you know, are seldom tough, but tricky to such an extent that you risk falling for the tricks that make them look a cup of tea. Two hours for General Reasoning would be enough.
Revision and Test: 8:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M.
As the day approaches its end, you should not look for any more new concepts and turn to revision instead. Revising all your concept and formulas for the day marks an end to a typical day in the life of a government job aspirant.
Link to my review of this book. This review is a bit different. Since it is an academic text mainly to be used as resource, I am not rating it like I would other books. From my review:
"This note is a reference book review. We currently have this book in our collection at Hutchins Library; I saw it on our new reference books' shelf, and I decided to make this note both to help me better know this resource and to see if it can be helpful for our students here. In this note, I will mainly look at key features of the book, how it is organized, and why it may be useful and how."
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I'm going to split up my submissions for the crowdsourced history reading list initiated by Chris into several topical lists (with cross references), beginning with the authors and book series I'm submitting in toto, as well as some basic reference material. So:
ALL BOOKS BY ...
* Antonia Fraser (women's history, Tudors & Stuarts)
* Ian Mortimer (British history, particularly Middle Ages)
* Dan Jones (ditto)
* Stanley Wells (Shakespeare -- everything from biographies and history to criticism)
* John Julius Norwich (British and Mediterranean history)
* Christopher Hibbert (ditto)
* Jared Diamond (intersection of (world) history, geography, and sociology)
* Will Durant, Ariel Durant: The Story of Civilization (11 volumes, Ancient Orient to Age of Napoleon)
* Various Authors: Fischer Weltgeschichte (published elsewhere as Weidenfeld & Nicolson Universal History / Siglo XXI Editores Historia Universal / Storia Universale Feltrinelli, and Bordas / Fayard Histoire Universelle, respectively) (36 vols., prehistory to present day)
* Oxford Encyclopedia of World History
* Putzger Atlas der Weltgeschichte (unfortunately, to the best of my knowledge not translated into English -- but for my money, one of the best historical cartographical works in existence)
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