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I値l be appearing in 2021 in exam and from tomorrow I値l start making notes about which I知 so confused as in should I make notes of each topic following the syllabus or should I follow the questions from past papers and make notes for each question ..
I don稚 want to waste my time , kindly suggest me the best way of making notes .. thanks


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I値l be appearing in 2021 in exam and from tomorrow I値l start making notes about which I知 so confused as in should I make notes of each topic following the syllabus or should I follow the questions from past papers and make notes for each question ..
I don稚 want to waste my time , kindly suggest me the best way of making notes .. thanks


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Different subjects require different approaches. But one must start with compulsory. English(essay and p&c) should be studied on daily basis.

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Different subjects require different approaches. But one must start with compulsory. English(essay and p&c) should be studied on daily basis.

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I want to make notes of Pak affairs, current affairs, Islamiat and general science and ability so which should I prefer first past papers or syllabus?


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I want to make notes of Pak affairs, current affairs, Islamiat and general science and ability so which should I prefer first past papers or syllabus?


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Syllabus is the things to cover. Past papers is a test to check what you have covered.
Start with Islamic studies and GSA as these two are comparatively straight subjects. Follow their syllabus as mentioned by fpsc. Give yourself 7-10 days and see if you have covered a portion of each. Then get past papers(actually past papers should be by side anytime one studies) and see if they contain any questions from portions that you have covered. If yes, then try to answer these questions. If no, then it means you need to enrich your notes.
In this way, your preparation will remain on track and even no need of academies etc.

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Syllabus is the things to cover. Past papers is a test to check what you have covered.
Start with Islamic studies and GSA as these two are comparatively straight subjects. Follow their syllabus as mentioned by fpsc. Give yourself 7-10 days and see if you have covered a portion of each. Then get past papers(actually past papers should be by side anytime one studies) and see if they contain any questions from portions that you have covered. If yes, then try to answer these questions. If no, then it means you need to enrich your notes.
In this way, your preparation will remain on track and even no need of academies etc.

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Thank you so much .


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I値l be appearing in 2021 in exam and from tomorrow I値l start making notes about which I知 so confused as in should I make notes of each topic following the syllabus or should I follow the questions from past papers and make notes for each question ..
I don稚 want to waste my time , kindly suggest me the best way of making notes .. thanks


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You can also study and prepare our ready made notes available at our website which we have prepared with great effort. Visit askedon
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open the syllabus
i would prefer you to begin with optional subjects as to not waste time later on deciding which subjects to opt for
decide now that what optionals are you going to choose after reviewing the syllabus.
if you dont want to go through all of syllabus just check the syllabus of the subjects that you have interest in then choose your subjects.

after you have decided pick one optional and search its topics over the internet get the basic idea of it write it in your own words or just paste it in microsoft word just to get going then when you have gathered ideas of the topics and when you will read the books you will be able to grasp the concept more easily. highlight the additional information on the book and when you have enough information on one topic shorten it in your register.

there is also another strategy to get started is to open the past papers and solve those questions by researching on the material asked in the question and write it down in your register 6 to 7 pages of an answer are sufficient.
this will give you a sense of accomplishment when you have completed the questions. even doing 2 questions a day from past papers are a lot of practice
when you are done with the question have it checked by a credible teacher to get feedback thats how you will improve. best of luck
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open the syllabus

i would prefer you to begin with optional subjects as to not waste time later on deciding which subjects to opt for

decide now that what optionals are you going to choose after reviewing the syllabus.

if you dont want to go through all of syllabus just check the syllabus of the subjects that you have interest in then choose your subjects.



after you have decided pick one optional and search its topics over the internet get the basic idea of it write it in your own words or just paste it in microsoft word just to get going then when you have gathered ideas of the topics and when you will read the books you will be able to grasp the concept more easily. highlight the additional information on the book and when you have enough information on one topic shorten it in your register.



there is also another strategy to get started is to open the past papers and solve those questions by researching on the material asked in the question and write it down in your register 6 to 7 pages of an answer are sufficient.

this will give you a sense of accomplishment when you have completed the questions. even doing 2 questions a day from past papers are a lot of practice

when you are done with the question have it checked by a credible teacher to get feedback thats how you will improve. best of luck


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