The candidate should have thorough knowledge about current affairs and important happenings around the world. They can practice by reading newspapers and magazines. The candidates have to write an essay of 250 to 300 words on the given topic. They should write an essay within 20 minutes. The candidate can practice for this section by reading of Newspaper editorials, news paper and News websites. The candidate must write an essay with subject familiarity, lucidity of thought, examples, evidence, correct usage of grammar and correct usage of words. They have to write in paragraphs and each paragraph should express diverse ideas. Moreover, they should give title and conclusion for the essay. They should solve as many sample tests as possible. It will give you a clear picture of your strength and weakness. Time management is also more important factor for exam preparation.
The Native Allotment Act of 1906 did result in some Tlingit lands being placed in the hands of individual Tlingits. This law provided for conveyance of 160 acres to adult Natives as long as no tract of ground contained mineral deposits. Only a few allotments were issued in southeast Alaska. The Native Townsite Act of 1926 also provided only for the conveyance of "restricted" title lands, meaning such property could not be sold or leased without the approval of the Secretary of the Interior. Despite these gains, lands re-obtained this way by the villages or by individuals failed to sufficiently meet the needs of a hunting and fishing people.