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How to prepare for Psycology optional for WBCS exam 1. Study materials 2. any courses 2. previous years papers etc...
The Psychology has seen an exceptional increment in the number of aspirants choosing for the same as their optionals subject for WBCS mains exam. No doubt it is an extremely interesting optional subject. By the day’s end, no optional subject is pretty much scoring. It is one’s devotion and duty which decides the execution.
Psychology Paper-I deals with the theoretical aspects. It widely covers the basic principles of Psychology. Paper-II of Psychology deals with the application part in diverse fields.
Books for Psychology optional for WBCS Mains
- Introduction to Psychology Morgan & King
- Psychology by Ciccarelli
- Psychology by Morgan and King
- Psychology Robert A Baron
- Social Psychology Aronson, Wilson
- Social Psychology by Robert Baron, Branscombe, Gopa Bhardwaj, Byrne
- Statistics for Psychology by Aron, Aron, Coups
- Systems & Theories of Psychology Krawiec & Chaplin
- Tests, Measurements and Research Methods in Behavioural Sciences by A K Singh (Bharti Bhawan publications)
- The Psychology of Small Groups Shaw
- Theories of Personality Hall & Lindzey
There are many previous question papers available online.
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can we write upsc by open degree
Yes, you are eligible for the civil service exam even after completion of degree from an open University.
The university giving you the degree must be recognised by state or centre government.
Open Universities like NIOS and IGNOU are all recognised by the government of India.
Open degree courses are good as it gives you the plenty of time to focus in your preparation for the exam.
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From where I get UPSE best study material?
Are you asking for UPSC? You can prefer any of the coaching material given below
ALS IAS Academy Delhi
Chanakya IAS Academy Delhi
Elite Academy Mumbai
Rau's IAS Study Circle Delhi, Jaipur, Bangalore etc.
Here are some preparation tips you can follow for the exam preparation:
Go through the previous question papers : Go through with previous year papers as it will give you an idea about the exam.
Make your own notes : It is always advisable to make notes of the related topics as you go through the books and other study material. A well drafted note solves two purposes.
Strategy for General Studies: General studies paper is equally important for Prelims and Mains examination.
History : It is a huge section & Also emphasis is given to Ancient India. A cursory glance over the medieval history is also necessary.
Geography: In this there are physical geography and maps related questions. So get yourself well-acquainted with maps with the help of a good Atlas.
General Science : It covers a major chunk of this paper and a standard guidebook can make you well-versed on the topics of general science.
Current affairs : Going through a standard newspaper daily can keep you updated on the current affairs topics.