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Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission () is recruiting the most eligible and interested candidates in the Revenue, Finance and School education department. The selection will be conducted for the recruitment of skilled candidates within the state of Madhya Pradesh. The recruitment will be purely based on the preliminary and mains exams. The prelims exam was conducted on 12 January 2020. The scorecard for the exam has been already released on the official website of Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission. The scorecard can be downloaded from the website until 20 September 2020. Now the candidates can start preparing for the mains exam to be conducted on July 25, 2021. Check here for the MPPSC Preparation Strategy and explore the toppers strategy for mppsc exam 2021.
Hey readers, are you confused about the best strategy to be adopted to fetch the highest scores? Are you prepared to answer the questions given below?
Don’t worry, we are here to guide your path. This article will help you to know about the best strategy, the tips, and tricks to clear the exam with flying colours.
Before starting your preparation for the upcoming MPPSC mains exam, the aspirants should understand the pattern and syllabus of the exam. For the upcoming MPPSC mains exam, there is no negative marking system applicable. The candidates can check the results of the prelims from the official website. Only those candidates who have passed the prelims can only attend the mains exam. The aspiring candidates are advised to prepare themselves and plan the strategies to tackle down the exam.
The candidates should be mentally and physically prepared enough with a proper goal in their mind. The candidates should identify the weak sections and strong areas and allot the time accordingly for each subject. The candidates should prepare an active working study plan and follow it without fail. The candidates should make sure that they can satisfy all the eligibility requirements proposed by the authority.
The candidates should prepare a proper timetable. Equal time should be allotted for each subject. The candidates should set a deadline for the preparation of each paper. So that the candidates can complete the syllabus within the limited time limit. This will help the candidates to study more effectively.
The syllabus should be thoroughly understood. The candidates should locate the thrust areas in the syllabus. Take notes on the focus points. The focus points should be revised frequently. Before searching for the study materials, the candidates should go through the syllabus and exam pattern at least twice.
The best source to understand the difficulty level of the exam is to refer to the previous year’s question paper. The previous year question paper can only help the candidates to have a comprehensive and systematic analysis of the level of the upcoming main examination. The candidates can locate the repeated questions asked for the examination. These questions will help the candidates to align the individual preparation accordingly. By referring to the question paper the candidates can adopt the best strategy to crack the examination.
By working out the questions of the previous years, the candidates can identify the strong and weak areas in the syllabus. Thus, the candidates can effectively work upon the important areas. The previous year’s question papers are the only way to familiarise oneself with the exam. This can boost the candidates to attend the exam tension free.
The candidates should be thorough with the syllabus and the topics of importance. Given below are the important subjects along with the best strategies to be adopted to finish the section-wise preparation.
To answer the questions from the ancient and medieval history section, the candidates can refer to NCERTs Class 11th and 12th books. For modern history, the candidates can use NCERTs or Spectrum by Rajiv Ahir. While studying the history section, the candidates should keep the following points in mind.
The two-sub topic in the Indian and World Geography is as follows
– Physical and Human.
Candidates are advised to read NCERTS (Class 6th to 12th) and the daily newspaper. Give more importance to the following topics.
The thrust area is Parliament, State and Central Legislatures, Panchayati Raj, Legislative Bills in the news or debated, Election Commission etc. The candidates are advised to read the Indian Polity by M. Laxmikant. Give priority to the following topics:
The candidates should have a piece of thorough knowledge of the Indian economy. The following topics should be given more importance.
NCERT or MP Board school textbooks can help the candidates to score better marks in the General Science and Environment related questions. Candidates can refer to the following topics to score higher marks.
The candidates are advised to pay more attention to this section. The candidates are advised to read the newspaper regularly. Note down the important points. Revise the main themes frequently.
The candidates can refer to the below-mentioned books to score top ranks.
Read E-Books and start preparing short notes. You can read multiple books and refer many articles to get the complete knowledge about the subject. But always make sure you are gathering the accurate, precise, and relevant information. Never overdo the reading process. Make sure you keep track of what you read and memorize it with efficient strategies.