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SirI still didn't started the medieval history..Also not started revision for few subjects..Rest of the syllabus will be completed by April end...I'm thinking of revising the completed subjects instead of starting medieval historyShould I start reading medieval or proceed with revision by ignoring medieval history?
Medieval history is such a lengthy portion, you can not complete within few days or weeks. It is vast. And the Qns being asked are mostly factual. and if you observe the trend, most Qns are interlinked to A n C only. So what I Suggest is try to find some Med History gist/ summary notes. Finish it within 2 days. Learn only to get the flow of kingdoms and imp features. Atleast you should be in a position to do intelligent guessing. And leave the Factual Qns from that part. But, try to solve the PYQs of Med History. Read the solution in detail. You will come to know the imp areas.
Try to focus more on high yielding areas such as Polity, economy and Envi.