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With the change of the UPSC syllabus from 2013, current affairs play an important role in the preparation. It requires knowledge about the current developments both nationally and internationally. Though UPSC has included the current affair in the examination, the syllabus of this section is not well defined both for prelims and mains, so aspirants have to do a good amount of newspaper reading. 

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Focus on Issues:

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You should focus on the headlines because they generally ask questions on the issue that are in the news. So you have to understand the news and make notes on them. You may follow these points: reason, background knowledge, current status, and suggestion. You have to study IAS parliament current affairs because this topic is also important for the exam.

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Focus on Keywords:

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You have to make short notes after reading a topic several times, it will help you to identify the keywords. So, look for keywords during the preparation of a certain topic. These words are important for current affairs. Almost all questions have the same keyword, you need to find out while preparing for this section.

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Note-Making:

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You should practice making notes online or offline because it will help you in revisions before the exam. Whenever you make the notes for Current affairs Vision IAS, try to write in 150-200 words. Because UPSC allows writing an answer in 200 words for a question. You should use flow charts, pointers, mind maps etc for making notes.

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Choose quality over quantity:

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Do your research for a day, and decide on your sources, and try to stick with it. Try to read everything from the source you chose. You need to choose the Current affairs book for UPSC wisely and read it daily for the examination. In the end, you have to revise daily. Only this section will not help you to pass the exam, you need to have a proper balance on every subject.

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Thus, the above plan will help you to improve your UPSC prelims and mains exam. Be consistent in your study. Do practice daily for best results. All the Best!