Last Minute Preparation Tips for MPPCS Prelims 2016

Last Minute Preparation Tips for MPPCS Prelims 2016

One thing is certain that a “Preparation Strategy” is very crucial when there are few days left for exams. Apart from that, you also need to understand what your do’s and don’ts are on the “D-day”.

A combined competitive examination for recruitment to various services/posts will be held on 29th May 2016 by the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC). Let us go through the scheme of examination thoroughly before we get into preparation strategy.

The preliminary examination will consist of two papers of objective type (multiple choice questions). Each paper will be set in accordance with the scheme given below:

Paper -1 General Studies 2 Hours 200 Marks
Paper-2 General Aptitude 2 Hours 200 Marks

This Examination is meant to serve as a screening test only. On the basis of marks obtained in this examination candidates are declared qualified for Main Examination. Final selection list will be prepared only on the basis of marks obtained in Main Examination and Interview.

Both the question papers will be of objective type (multiple choice questions). Each question will have four probable answers grouped under A, B, C and D of which only one will be the correct answer. The candidate is required to record in the answer book, only A, B, C or D as may be adjudged by him to be the correct answer.

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Each question papers will consist of 100 questions of 2 marks each. The total marks for each paper will be 200 and time duration for each paper will be of 2 hours.

Alright, now that we have established the scheme of examination, let us know some key points you need to focus on few days before MPPSC Examination 2016.

  • First and most important thing is that you take care yourself. Stay healthy, take good sleep and avoid any possibility of injury. You don’t want to be in pain while attempting such crucial exam. Also, your examination temperament depends entirely upon how fresh your mind is. Make sure you don’t over-stress yourself.
  • Keep revising important facts, figures, definitions, and theories etc. This will help boost your confidence in the examination. Most important thing is to polish what you already know. However, if you come across something that seems entirely new, or some latest development came up, don’t panic. In fact don’t even search for search such content. If someone or something helps on that front fine, otherwise be content with what you already know.
  • While practicing, try to identify your weakness. Look for questions or theories you believed you knew but you attempted them wrong. Polish them.
  • Read and revise all major topics from Geography, Constitution of India, Ancient and Modern History, Freedom movement of India, and all the key historical movements from all across the world.
  • On the D-day remember that common sense and presence of mind would improve your prospects in the examination. It is very important to be alert as sometimes a candidate commits blunder by marking the wrong alternative.
  • Bottom line is, in the last few days revise, solve question papers, avoid distraction, be confident, and take good sleep.

Have faith in yourself, believe that you are ready for preliminary phase and you can handle this!!

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