Here are a few last-minute tips for writing your Biology exam: Write to-the-point, and don’t elaborate unnecessarily. If you have extra time, then include diagrams where relevant and applicable (even when they haven't been asked for in the question). Underline important keywords, words that you are defining, and any technical terms. So make sure you revise … Continue reading Biology: Last-Minute Tips
On Apurva's request, we are sharing some times to help you streamline your studies for these last couple of months till the final exams. Keep calm. (It's as simple as that.) Clear your head, and let go of any worries. Right now. Only move on after you have taken a deep breath and let … Continue reading Last Minute Tips: How to Study
On receiving a reader's request to provide tips on how to improve one's essays in Hindi, we thought that we would ask our readers if they could provide some insight. In the meantime, we share a few general guidelines that we feel would improve essays for any language paper...
One of our readers, Mr. Urav Maniar, was kind enough to share notes on History which he compiled by himself. In his own words, "Just trying to repay and say thanks for all notes I have availed from the blog." Thank you, Urav! We highly appreciate your initiative. These are some of the neatest and most … Continue reading History: First War of Independence, Nationalism, and More! (NOTES)
On a reader's request, here are some last minute (updated) tips to prepare for the grammar (and comprehension) portion of English I: Go through a list of prepositions and prepositional phrases (you can find plenty of such lists on the internet, or in the textbooks prescribed here: https://icsehelpline101.wordpress.com/2013/03/22/textbook-textbook-which-to-choose/) and keep practicing these every night. They'll help a lot … Continue reading English I: Last-minute Tips