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Old Tuesday, August 24, 2010
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I need repeated question of Punjabi. So any member who have material about it please post it because it will be beneficial not only for me but for all those who have opted Punjabi. Thanks in advance
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Hi to all….
I need repeated question of Punjabi. So any member who have material about it please post it because it will be beneficial not only for me but for all those who have opted Punjabi. Thanks in advance
For Punjabi, my advice is that instead of searching for the repeated topics and preparing them, as we do in mostly other subjects, you should adopt a different approach.
For part-1, there are 4 sections, namely 'Lok Geet', 'Tasawwaf', 'Dastaanan' & 'Nawee Shairee'. You can completely leave 1 whole section whichever you like, I skipped the Nawee Shairee part, as it was the longest. Similarly, for the part-2, there are 3 sections, and you can leave the third section which is 'Tanqeedi Jhaat'.
Moreover, you can leave the topic in the sections you cover, which has already come in the last year paper(2010). 95% chances are that those topic will not come in the coming paper, even if they come, you'll still have enough choice to avoid them. For the part-2, don't skip the last year questions, as part-2 is already very easy and you can prepare the whole part-2 in 2-3 days.
With this approach you will skip 10+ topics. Now for the topics you have to cover, you can check the past questions about those topics, and can make prepare them on those lines.
Preparation for Punjabi is a bit tricky and you may find it difficult at first glance, but if you consult someone who has already gone through the process, you'll know that it is an easy subject.

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