Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Preparation Tips 2021 - Best Preparation Strategy for +2 Level exam

Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Preparation Tips 2021 - Best Preparation Strategy for +2 Level exam

ByArpit Kumar Jain  |  Updated on: Oct 27, 2021
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Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Preparation Tips 2021

Kerala PSC Plus Two-level examination is also known as Kerala PSC Higher Secondary level Examinations. For scoring good marks in any competitive examination, aspirants should need a proper study plan and well-dedicated preparation. Most of the diligent candidates were failed to plan for the study. In this article, we are given the Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Exam preparation tips and the practical study plan for the Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Examination 2021. It will help to save your precious time and get proper attention during the exam preparation. This article is important for the Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Exam.

Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Preparation Strategy 2021

1. To know the Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Mains Exam Syllabus 2021

  • The Kerala PSC has recently announced some changes for conducting the Kerala PSC Plus Two examination 2021. Those changes are very small, but candidates should know the Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Exam Pattern and Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Exam syllabus.
  • The main examination of the Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Examination consists of only a single paper.
  • The Mains Paper includes Subjects like Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude, Malayalam Grammar, General English, and General Studies.
  • The main paper is an objective nature OMR-based test. 
  • The marks of the main examination are taken into account for making the final rank list. A prelims exam is just treated as a screening exam to write the mains exam. The Marks of the Kerala PSC Plus Two Level prelims exam were not taken into account for preparing the rank list.

Syllabus of the Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Mains examination

Here we described the subjects that come under the Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Mains examination syllabus and the number of questions asked from each subject of the syllabus.

Subjects

No. of Questions

Marks

Logical Reasoning & Quantitative Aptitude 

20

20

General Studies and Current Affairs

50

50

Regional Languages (Tamil/Malayalam/Kannada)

10

10

General English Language

20

20

Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Examination Syllabus

Check the above syllabus and analyze it properly.

2. Analysis of Previous Years’ Question Papers

After analyzing the Exam syllabus of the Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Examination, you have to thoroughly understand the exam pattern of the Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Examination 2021. Then Aspirants have to download all the available previous year Kerala PSC Plus Two question papers from the official Kerala PSC website.

Steps to analyze previous years’ question papers:

  • The first thing to understand is the standard and nature of the questions. How many questions of the exam are asked in the form of multiple statements format? 
  • Then make the comparison of previous question papers with the current syllabus provided by the Kerala PSC. 
  • Make short notes on repeatedly asked questions in the examination and less relevant questions.
  • Make short notes on the important portions of the topics that come under the official syllabus of the Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Exam.
  • Through this manner, Aspirants can get a good idea of previous years’ question papers.

3. Preparing the Exam Booklist 

  • Find proper Kerala PSC Plus Two Exam Books list for each subject as per the official exam syllabus given by the official website. By selecting each reference book for the subject, students must thoroughly compare it with topics mentioned in the official exam syllabus.
  • The book where you will find the maximum number of syllabus topics and explained in simple language should be chosen as your exam reference book.
  • Aspirants preparing for the Kerala PSC Plus Two-level examination must read the Kerala state board books and SCERT books up to the Twelfth standard. But subjects like Polity, Indian history, and General Science must read the NCERT books up to the Plus Two level standard.

4. How to prepare study notes

  • It is really important to make study notes during Kerala PSC Plus Two-level exam preparation. No one can succeed in the competitive examination without making proper notes and revising those notes.
  • Note the important things in bullet point format.
  • Make short notes using real-life examples and letter codes.
  • Use color pens or pencils for Headings, Abbreviations, and underlines.
  • Make mind mapping techniques by yourself for memorizing the topics.

5. How to create a Study timetable

  • As We know that time is the most valuable thing in any competitive exam preparation. So candidates have to properly do the time management to cover all the exam syllabus adequately.
  • So Candidates have to formulate a proper study timetable and implement it in a very good manner. The important thing to memorize in preparing the timetable is not to overburden yourself by including more topics within a specific time limit.
  • Making a peer group is very good for the preparation of exams.

Below is a sample of the study timetable.

SL.No.

Subjects in syllabus

Time required

1

General Studies and Current Affairs

3 Hr

2

Logical Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude

1.5Hr

3

Malayalam Grammar

1 Hr

4

General English Language

1Hr

3

Previous question papers and practice tests

2Hr

6. Hours of study

  • It totally depends upon the individual’s interest and ability. Everyone has specific interests in different topics or subjects. For example: if a person has more interest in General Knowledge, then he must spend some time in General Knowledge and spend more time in other subjects. Through this manner, aspirants can easily cover up the exam syllabus and help to get high marks in the examination.

7. Revisions

  • Revision is the most integral part of any exam preparation. We know the mental ability of humans varies from person to person. So after studying a specific topic, she/he must revise that topic in the interval of 5-6 days. It really helps to easily remember the things that aspirants studied previously.
  • Aspirants should make their own revision strategy for exam preparation. That revision should meet their time needs, the mental ability of the person, etc. Never try to copy or imply others' revision strategy to study. It may lead to severe problems in your exam preparation.

Through the dedicated implementation of a good plan, anyone can easily crack the Kerala PSC Plus Two-level examination.

Kerala PSC Plus Two Level Exam Preparation Tips FAQs

  • By using the code techniques help to memorize the important points of subjects easily.

  • It totally depends on the individual choice. By doing the maximum number of mock tests, it will help to score maximum marks in the exam.

  • No, Physical requirements are only necessary for the uniform posts that come under the Kerala PSC Plus Two level exam.

  • As per the new exam pattern, general knowledge is the high weightage subject in the Kerala PSC Plus Two level exam.

  • Yes, The basic qualification of the Kerala PSC Pus Two-level exam is the twelfth standard, so questions are in the 12th standard level.

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