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Book Review: Comprehensive General Knowledge Ready Referencer 2022 by B R Leelashree

The subject General Knowledge plays a critical role in clearing the competitive examinations. Whether one is preparing for state and central government jobs or MBA, having equipped with substantial GK is always a plus point that keeps candidates abreast.

Online or offline, the market is abundant with scores of GK books from new to established publishing houses. Thus, it becomes a tough decision for a candidate as what book to opt, and what not. Because investing time in a right set of books is important and fruitful for them.

Comprehensive General Knowledge Ready Referencer 2022 by B R Leelashree is one useful, highly relevant book for students. It’s a GK reference book that students can use any time in their preparation. The great USP of the book is that it covers static GK, rather than the current affairs.

It’s a 750 pages + book, which can help in a gamut of competitive exams, for instance:


GK for Olympiad NTSE,

Quiz for school, college, KBC, and MBA entrance.

Looking inside the book, we get to see that the book is divided into 15 Modules. From Module 1 to 12, it covers extensively the basic facts and knowledge. The 1st module starts with General Facts that covers over 100 topics. This section has knowledge about both: India and other countries.

In each module, the information is presented in a very clear way so that one can read and memorize and revise without dilemma. Simple presentation and layout of the book matters when someone has to remember ocean-like facts and figures for exams in short time.

Second module is very important, it’s based on India-related facts. For instance festivals of India, symbols of India, constituencies, number of districts, film industry, and much more.

As the book chugs ahead, you will be confronted with facts and insights from all likely fields such as geography, history, space, India and World, banking and so on. The book also has a module on Computer Awareness, which is full of basic full forms, units, and types, and much more.

The book takes a 360 stance on GK paper. The book is easy-to-read because it has no bulky theory or essay parts, mostly questions are answered in one or two words.

To test your learning, the book offers last 3 modules in the form of GK Questions & Answers, 18 Mock Test Papers, and Supplementary General Science Facts.

If someone is looking for a lucid, easy GK reference book for saving time and implementing fast learning, absolutely this book should be the first choice.

You can get this book from Amazon India.


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