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Modern psychologists recognize three key elements in Franklin’s three-hundred-year-old procedure for changing habits:
1. He started out committed to the new behavior.
2. He worked on only one habit at a time.
3. He put in place visual reminders.....Read More
1.The interview is nowadays known as a Personality Test. The reason being that it is not a test of knowledge, but of the overall personality of the candidate/aspirant.
2.Interview is more of a psychological test that is just content-based. Along with good communicative skills and self-confidence, good knowledge base no doubt gives you an upper hand. However, it has to be borne in mind that nearly all the aspirants/candidates in the Personality Test start......Read More
1.One is required to write an essay for three hours duration. This length of duration is enough. There is no standard word limit for writing an essay.
2.Remember to divide an essay into three parts –
(ii) Main body and
(iii) Conclusion......Read More
How you can avoid the negative marking while answering your question paper in the examination hall? Here are few tips:
- Have a quick look at the questions, go through complete question paper in 5 minutes and note easy questions that you can answer quickly and can save your valuable time for the difficult questions.
- Start answering easy questions first. If you notice a question is taking up much time (more than 28 seconds or 1 minute, as the case may be), you should not waste your time; so immediately leave that question to take it up in the end and shift to the next easy question. This is called...........Read More
In the Search for an Inspiration: A non-idealistic different approach.
When the UPSC Mains results declared then the media is full of interviews of successful candidates. Aspirants are eagerly going over every word from the source of success to inspire themselves. That brings us to the first question, "Do we need an inspiration"? Perhaps, we will quickly reach a unanimous conclusion - "for sure !". But at this point of time, I would like to split this idea into more parts:...........Read More
We all have faced this challenge: "What book/author should I choose for a subject?". For each exam and for each subject, there is a long list of books available. This article is not about the most popular author or the best book for a subject. This article is about how to choose a book that will help you the most in your exam preparation. Here are a few things you should.................Read More
Some people do not learn from their mistakes because their brain may be less active, according to a new research led by an Indian-origin scientist. The research, led by Professor Joydeep Bhattacharya in the Department of Psychology at Goldsmiths, University of London, examined what it is about the brain that defines someone as a 'good learner' from those who do not learn from their mistakes.
"We are always told how important it is to learn from our errors, our experiences, but is this true? If so, then why do we all not learn from our experiences in the same way? It seems some people rarely do, even when they were informed of their errors in repeated attempts," Bhattacharya said.........Read More