Aspirants who are going to appear for CDS Exam 2019 (I) will have to make a proper timetable for their preparation. When the time is running out and only a few days are left for the exam then the candidates start feeling stress and anxiety about the exam. By the exam time, usually the students have covered their syllabus in detail. Now, the students should practise and solve the Mock test papers, previous year’s papers which will be a helping hand in their preparation.
CDS Exam (I) 2019: Eligibility, Pattern and Syllabus
Here, we are giving a study plan to the students for the last 60 days so that they can optimise their preparation. The study plan is divided in weeks to make it more purposeful. Let us assume that there are 8 weeks; so there are 8*7=56~60 days. Now, there is a week-wise and day-wise study plan for the students of CDS Exam 2019 (I).
Week 1
Days |
English |
GK |
Maths |
1 |
Fundamentals of Grammar- Nouns |
Static GK |
Understanding the BODMAS Rule |
2 |
Fundamentals of Grammar- Pronouns |
Ancient History: Civilisation, Dynasties and Different Religious Philosophy |
Number System |
3 |
Fundamentals of Grammar- Adjectives |
Introduction to Indian Constitution and its Preamble |
L.C.M., H.C.F. and Related Questions |
4 |
Fundamentals of Grammar- Adverbs |
Physical Geography: Soil & its Types, Volcanoes & its Types, Deserts |
Rules of Divisibility |
5 |
Fundamentals of Grammar- Conjunctions |
Fundamentals of Economy |
Simplification |
6 |
Fundamentals of Grammar- Prepositions |
Current Affairs |
Simplification |
7 |
Revision of the Studied Topics |
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Week 2
Days |
English |
GK |
Maths |
8 |
Revise Idioms & Phrases |
Static GK |
Revise the Formulae of Arithmetic |
9 |
Verbs & Tenses |
Different Physical Quantities and Units of Measurement |
Square Roots and Cube Roots |
10 |
Articles & Determiners |
Fundamentals of Atom: Its Part and Structure |
Ration and Prpportion |
11 |
Practise of Fill in the Blanks Questions |
Human Body and Related Facts |
Simple Interest and Compound Interest |
12 |
Active & Passive Voice |
Composition of DNA, RNA etc. |
Profit and Loss |
13 |
Active & Passive Voice |
Current Affairs |
Percentage |
14 |
Revision of the Studied Topics |
Week 3
Days |
English |
GK |
Maths |
15 |
Fortnightly Revision of the Topics |
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16 |
Direct & Indirect Narration |
Static GK |
Partnerships |
17 |
Direct & Indirect Narration |
Solve a Mock Test or Previous Year Paper |
Problems on Average |
18 |
Revise Antonyms & Synonyms |
Medieval History: Different Dynasties and the Mughal Empire |
Time, Speed and Distance |
19 |
Transformation Rules |
Different Economic Terms in Use |
Problems on Pipe & Cistern |
20 |
Degree of Adjectives and its Rules |
Current Affairs |
Time & Work |
21 |
Revision of the Studied Topics |
Week 4
Days |
English |
GK |
Maths |
22 |
Rules of Agreement |
Static GK |
Algebra |
23 |
Question Tags |
Different Constutuional Posts and its Powers |
Polynomials |
24 |
Revise One Word Substitutions |
Indian Judiciary |
Linear, Quadratic Polynomials |
25 |
Common Errors |
Different Atomic Theory, Solutions & Mixtures |
Lines and Angles |
26 |
Practise Fill in the Blanks Questions |
Solve a Mock Test or Previous Year Paper |
Triangles: Congruency and Similarity |
27 |
Sentence Improvement |
Current Affairs |
Areas of Triangles & Heron’s Formula |
28 |
Revision of the Studied Topics |
Week 5
Days |
English |
GK |
Maths |
29 |
Common Errors |
Static GK |
Quadrilateral and its Types |
30 |
Para Jumblers |
Modern History: The 1857 Revolt and The English Empire |
Parallelograms and Related Questions |
31 |
Revise One Word Substitutions |
Indian Freedom Struggle |
Revise the Formulae of Algebra |
32 |
Sentence Improvement |
Force, Laws of Motion and Related Concepts |
Circles |
33 |
Revise Antonyms & Synonyms |
Gravitational Force, Work & Energy |
Surface Area & Volumes of 2D Figures |
34 |
Practise of Fill in the Blanks Questions |
Current Affairs |
Surface Area & Volumes of 3D Figures |
35 |
Fortnightly Revision of the Topics |
Week 6
Days |
English |
GK |
Maths |
36 |
Common Errors |
Static GK |
Revise the Formulae of Arithmetic, Algebra and Mensuration |
37 |
RC Passages |
Metals, Non-metals, Alloys, Conductors, Insulators etc. |
Revise the Tables, Square Roots and Cube Roots |
38 |
Sentence Improvement |
Atmosphere, Biosphere and Environment |
Revise Simplification |
39 |
Rules of Agreement |
Bacteria, Virus, Acute & Chronic Disease |
Revise Rules of Divisibility |
40 |
Cloze Test |
Solve a Mock Test or Previous Year Paper |
Revise Ration and Prpportion |
41 |
Revise Antonyms & Synonyms |
Current Affairs |
Revise Simple Interest and Compound Interest |
42 |
Revision of the Studied Topics |
Week 7
Days |
English |
GK |
Maths |
43 |
Practise Fill in the Blanks Questions |
Static GK |
Revise Profit & Loss, Percentage |
44 |
Para Jumblers |
Monetary Policy, Taxes and Subsidies |
Fundamentals of Trigonometry |
45 |
Sentence Improvement |
RBI, SEBI, NSDL etc. |
Height & Distance |
46 |
Cloze Test |
Plant & Animal Kingdom |
Problems on Ages |
47 |
RC Passages |
Sound, Electricity, Magnetism |
Inequalities of Geometrical Figures |
48 |
Revise One Word Substitutions |
Current Affairs |
Revise Formulae of Arithmetic, Algebra and Trigonometry |
49 |
Revision of the Studied Topics |
Week 8
Days |
English |
GK |
Maths |
50 |
Common Errors |
Static GK |
Mixture and Alligations |
51 |
Rules of Agreement |
Budget and Economic Survey of India |
Data Sufficiency |
52 |
RC Passages |
Carbon Compounds |
Measures of Central Tendency |
53 |
Sentence Improvement |
Life Processes- I & II |
Graph, Pie Chart and Histogram |
54 |
Practise Fill in the Blanks Questions |
Solve a Mock Test or Previous Year Paper |
Data Interpretation |
55 |
Revise Idioms & Phrases |
Current Affairs |
Probability |
56 |
Fortnightly Revision of the Topics |
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The Study Hours for CDS 2019
It is important to know about the study hours that a candidate should put up during the preparation of CDS Exam (I) 2019. Since the competition is very tough, it is advised that the students should put at least ten hours of study in a day. The study should not be done in continuation, but it should be done with proper breaks in between.
For the convenience of the students, we are providing a general routine to be followed by them during the preparation. The routine is as below:
The aspirants should follow the routine very strictly so that they can get success in the exam. The topic-wise study plan is very effective if done in a right way. Always remember that no aim is so big that one cannot achieve. The aspirants should believe in themselves and they will make it for sure.