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a.o.a everyone plz suggest me best book for general knowledge
many fellows recommended me "1 paper mcqs" by CH. Ahmad Najib
plzz share ur experience about this book
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1.Daily Dawn
2. Kashmiri everyday science book for science portion of general knowledge
3. Pakistan affairs Ikram rabbani for Pakistan history and general knowledge or
Pakistan and world affairs shamshad akhtar
4. English : vocabulary portion from GRE and Grammer portion from Wren and Martin
5. General ability : GRE or gat general is enough.

Caravan general knowledge is a good book for practicing mcqs to check oneself knowledge. Moreover when any person read above mentioned recommended books then a candidate could practice in caravan general knowledge book. During practice , one feels that he can solve 70 percent of mcqs easily. So candidates should consult above mentioned books then solve mcqs from caravan , candidate would observe improvement in their general knowledge as well as scores in general knowledge examination.

There are following parts of every general knowledge paper:
1.English
2. Everyday science
3. Current affairs
4. Pakistan affairs
5. General ability

So, above mentioned books would help you in preparation of general knowledge.

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