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How to Prepare Notes for TNPSC Preparations

The candidates should have separate long size note books for various subjects like history, Geography and science. As and when you read the points in the units they should be noted down in the note book unit wise. The note book should have 1/3 portion margin even ½ portion margin, for when they read further books they may get new points, good illustrations and explanations. They can be incorporated against the point already recorded in the note book.
Recalling:
To recall is difficult to many. It causes much concern and anxiety to many. There is an easy way to develop the art of recalling. It is 24. 7. 6. The 24 stands for hours 7 for days in a week and 6 stand for months. It means one should revise the lessons learnt once in 24 hours once a week and once in 6 months. This is the
key to remember things well and to recall them easily when needed. If we get 12 hours a day for learning we should break it up as 3 units each of 4 hours. Each units of 4 hours should be devoted to each subject. Morning is the best time to learn the difficult subject like science. The easy ones may be learnt in the evening. The subject which is neither very difficult nor very easy may be studied at night. If one spends all 12 hours studying one subject that she could cover one subject quick will not be a good idea for it will be boring causing mental fatigue which prevents the mind from receiving and remembering the thought idea. The wisdom of the wise saying adage variety is the spice of life proves this point. When they allot 4 hours for a subject they should study for 3 hours and spend 1 hour to revise what has been learnt.

Once a week we should revise the lessons learnt during the 7 days. It will help them to remember and recall what has been learnt. We should complete the study 15 days ahead of the examinations. They should revise the studied lessons during the 15 days and try to remember them. Continuous study without intermittent revision and recall will lead to easy forgetting what counts is not how much we have studied but how much we remember.
Discussion:
Two times a week the candidates will do well to discuss the lessons learnt for about 3 hours. The group may consist of 3 to 5 likeminded candidates well motivated to win through discussion to dispel doubts to clarify and to conceptualise the thoughts. Discussion is doubly blessed and beneficial. It clears doubts and helps to
communicate their thoughts crisply and to the point. This in turn will help to communicate well during the interview.

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