JPSC Preparation Tips 2022: Check here the Experts Strategy, Practice Mock Test for JPSC Exam

JPSC Preparation Tips 2022: Check here the Experts Strategy, Practice Mock Test for JPSC Exam

ByArpit Kumar Jain  |  Updated on: Jan 10, 2022The JPSC Combined Civil Service Exam 2021: Check out complete details about the Jharkhand PSC exam pattern, syllabus, exam important dates and how to prepare for the upcoming exam. Jharkhand Public Service Commission conducts the recruitment exam for Class I and II officers in the Jharkhand State Administration.
The JPSC Combined Civil Service Exam 2021: Check out complete details about the Jharkhand PSC exam pattern, syllabus, exam important dates and how to prepare for the upcoming exam. Jharkhand Public Service Commission conducts the recruitment exam for Class I and II officers in the Jharkhand State Administration.
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It is very important to know the aspects related to the JPSC examination before beginning with the preparation as it helps assess fast pacing and concluding the preparation. Like UPSC, the JPSC Combined State Civil Services Exam has three stages of examination which are- Preliminary Examination, Main Examination, and Personality Test.

Complete understanding of the exam pattern and the syllabus of any examination helps prepare and excel better, so is true with the JPSC. Doing so also helps in scoring and acing better than the competitors. Check the following are tips to strategize and prepare better for the JPSC examination.

JPSC Exam Preparation Tips 2022

Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) is authorized to recruit administrative officers under various departments of the State Govt of Jharkhand. The details concerning the syllabus and other peculiarities about the JPSC 2022 examination can be checked here. Last year, the Commission had notified released 252 vacancies under various departments. 

Following are the tips to strategize and prepare better for the JPSC examination:

Analyse the JPSC previous year paper 

It is important to get hold of the topics that are frequently asked in the examination. This is the smartest way to prepare for the exam rather than the conventional subject-wise manner (which is generally practised in the graduate examination). In this manner, candidates will be able to cover a few of the topics that are of key importance.

  •  Analyse the trend

It is crucial to go through the detailed JPSC exam pattern of all three stages of the examination. The awareness around the number of questions asked in different papers helps a candidate plan better and hence prepare better. A quick overview is as follows:

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Exam Aspects

JPSC Prelim Examination

JPSC Main Examination

Number of papers

Two

  • General Studies
  • CSAT

Six

  1. General Hindi and English
  2. Language and Literature
  3. Social Science
  4. Indian Constitution and Polity
  5. Indian Economy, Globalisation and Sustainable Development
  6. General sciences, Environment and Ecology

Total Marks

400

1050

Exam Duration

3 Hours

3 Hours

Mode of Examination

Objective

Subjective/Descriptive type

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  • Attempt Sectional test

If available, do attempt sectional tests; do not merely keep covering the syllabus. This not only helps develop a perspective around a specific topic, but one gets to know in how many different ways the question can be framed and asked in the examination.

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  • Keep Sunday reserve for mock tests.

Develop a habit of reading, studying, and memorising the theoretical aspects but do not forget to retain them in long-term memory. Remember, the JPSC examination is a year-long cycle and candidates need to recall and express the learning after 12 months sometimes. And Given the times of uncertainly, the period might extend, so revising through attempting the tests on Sundays is advisable.

  • After 60% of the syllabus is completed, a candidate is advised to opt for simulated test series, meaning attempting full-length tests. It is a fact that no matter how much one learns, the commission would be asking questions that one needs to derive the answers to in the examination hall. So, to develop that understanding and practice, learn by attempting the mocks in real exam-like situations. Even if you make mistakes in attempting tests, do not feel discouraged; the mistakes can be overcome by preparing well at this stage.

Note: Committing mistakes in the actual examination might cost the attempt, and the effort of all these many months can be wasted.

Other Important Tips & Strategy for JPSC 2022 Preparation

  • Learn by note-making

Keeping notes and revising through the notes helps revise better. It is always easy and handy to revise from the self-made notes. It helps retain and recall better, and in the examination gives an edge. Check JPSC Booklist

  • Make a macro timetable instead of a micro timetable.

By this, we mean that never make a rigid timetable with many stringent aspects of covering subtopics within a particular time frame of minutes. Instead, focus on finishing the topics scheduled for the days as per your understanding so that you do not regret wasting time on a superficial understanding of core topics. Be flexible yet goal-oriented. Make a timetable in such a manner that 2-3 revisions are ensured.

Wish you all the best!

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JPSC Preparation Tips FAQs

  • Knowing JPSC syllabus, exam pattern, attempting mock tests, and solving previous year question papers are some of the preparation tips that can help you crack the JPSC Exam 2022.

  • Candidates need to prepare the following sections:

    1. General Hindi and English
    2. Language and Literature
    3. Social Science
    4. Indian Constitution and Polity
    5. Indian Economy, Globalisation and Sustainable Development
    6. General sciences, Environment, and Ecology