Basic General Knowledge

General knowledge is an important component of crystallized intelligence and is strongly associated with general intelligence, and with openness to experience. Studies have found that people who are highly knowledgeable in a particular domain tend to be knowledgeable in many.

Why is it important to have general knowledge?

General knowledge is something that really helps us to grow both on personal as well as academic level. It narrows our sense of perceiving the world, understands, and analyzes the situations better as one would without proper knowledge. General knowledge also helps to grow your confidence level and may prove to be of some great help during some important events of our lives like interview etc. You may start to talk to any person on any topic, but your knowledge is something that determines your conversation and your impression on the other person, a good knowledge of everything around always impress the people around you.

What is difference between GS, GK, and GA?

GS(General Studies) ->It means knowledge not only about ‘what’ but also how and when. People who are looking for civil services and IAS exams are suppose to have knowledge in all the range of topics so that means it contains elements of several science.

GK(General Knowledge) ->It means knowledge about wide range of subjects rather then extensive knowledge in particular subject. It excludes highly specialised learning. It's about knowledge about incident happened in the past.

GA(General Awareness) ->It means knowledge about the present happenings. Mostly thing which are covered in news about national and international affairs, person or place.

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