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ke a The 5 of those habits chosen by the toppers themselves are:

Habit 1: Accountability Sheet

In front of your study table, have an accountability sheet. This can be altered to fit your study schedule. If you are preparing for the main exams, you can have a column where you must fill in how much practice you have had writing answers, or another column for the topics you have studied, etc. If you set a goal of answering 50 multiple-choice questions per day for the prelims, follow through on it and record how many questions you have.

You'll feel accomplished once you have finished the column for that day. The table will indicate if you have been lax for a few days and that you are in a slump and need to emerge from it. The columns must always contain relevant, quantifiable goals. For instance, if you had a column to record how many hours you spent studying… It is useless because it doesn't indicate how well you studied.
Instead, it would be preferable to have a column where you could list the chapters or subjects you had already covered. The second habit is to adequately prepare for class.

Habit 2: 30 minutes of exercise

While this is crucial for our own renewal, it also comes in handy during interviews.
When you attend an interview, you should appear healthy. During their preparation, many students put on weight. Their health is impacted, and they need to get medical attention. In the UPSC-Civil Services Examination, a medical test will be conducted after the personality test. The student wouldn't pass the medical exam if he was overweight. He will be given some additional time to lose weight and schedule a re-medical. Instead of suffering from this headache, students would do better to work out for 30 minutes, which would not only assist to clear their minds but also maintain them healthy and interview-ready.

Habit 3: Employ Feynman technique

To comprehend the ideas, apply the Feynman method. In this method, one should attempt to express an idea in the simplest possible terms after reading a topic. The easier someone can make a concept seem to understand, the better.

Habit 4: Follow Daily Quiz

If you study the subject completely, GK can become your area of expertise and a source of great marks, but because it is necessary at every stage, it can also be the subject that causes you to fail the exam. As a result, take this topic seriously and ensure that your exam preparation is thorough and make a habit of reading Gk question answers daily.

Habit 5: Prepare for class

It will be much easier for you to understand when the idea is discussed in class if you have a 15 minute rundown of what will be covered in class. You'll know which topics are challenging and which ones are simple to learn. Simple topics will be reinforced in class, and you'll be better able to focus and comprehend challenging subjects when they're being taught. Also, ask questions and get answers in class.

Thanks for reading! Happy learning.


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