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Last Minute Tips, Do’s and Dont’s for MP CIVIL JUDGE CLASS-II PRE-EXAMINATION, 2019

Last Minute Tips, Do’s and Dont’s for MP CIVIL JUDGE CLASS-II PRE-EXAMINATION, 2019

The Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Class-II (Entry Level) Preliminary Examination, 2019 is scheduled to happen on 23rd February, 2019. With only few weeks left in hand, the aim of this article is to provide some valuable inputs on how a judiciary aspirant should go about in last few weeks of the Examination.

  1. GET READY TO BURN MIDNIGHT OIL ON A DAILY BASIS

With less 20(twenty) days left on the calendar, its time to really get serious if you want to score well in the examination. Your aim shouldn’t only be to score enough to clear the cut-off but to score big.

  1. REVISE AND REVISE

The most important thing an Aspirant should do is ‘REVISE’. Don’t pick anything new until and unless you are very confident about your previous months’ preparation. To be on the safer side, revise your notes first and then jump to study something new if at all the time permits. The only new thing you are supposed to study is Current Affairs. You should be up to date with them.

  1. STRATEGY TO ATTEMPT THE PAPER

Another important thing an Aspirant should aim is to prepare a ‘STRATEGY’ to attempt the paper effectively and efficiently. To make a good strategy, one must be aware of:

a. Pattern of the Examination and Syllabus as notified by Madhya Pradesh High Court in their Notification,

b. Pattern, level and type of questions being followed and asked in the past 3-5 years

  1. ANALYSE PAST YEAR PAPERS

Go through past 5 years papers properly, their cut-offs and most importantly, ascertain their difficulty level. This will help you to properly ascertain the difficulty of your paper on the D-day. For instance, if the current paper is on same difficulty level as of previous years, then the cut-offs will be near around same or might rise a bit as competition is getting tough every year. In such case, you will have to modify your strategy and look for more correct attempts than you would have planned. On the other hand, if the paper is comparatively difficult, cut-offs might drop. So here again you will have to modify your strategy and not panic in case you are not able to attempt as planned. All these observations will help you in handling the paper confidently.

Note: The Pre-examination conducted in September, 2018 will be of great help. We have prepared the Analysis of the Examination conducted in September, 2018 and have uploaded on our website. It’s a detailed comprehensive analysis which would help you immensely in your strategy planning.[1]

  1. MOCK TESTS

Making Strategies is not enough, implement those strategies in your mocks and choose the best one amongst them. It’s time to give mocks to make efficient strategies in order to score well in the examination. It will also help you in proper time management of the examination.

Plus, this is the best time to give mocks and test your level of preparation. But we strongly discourage Aspirants to solely rely on mock scores to judge what their actual scores will be in the main examination and unnecessarily get demotivated.

a. How many mocks?

There is no definite number to it. Do as many as you can as per your convenience. Give atleast 3-5 before going for the main examination.

If you are at the Revision stage, we would recommend you to give Mocks atleast thrice a week. A mock everyday would be the best way to prepare.

b. Analysis of Mocks

Giving the Mocks daily and just checking the scores is not the way mock prep should be done. Proper and detailed Analysis of these Mocks has to be done where you not only have to check scores but also other factors like:

(i)   time taken for each question and section,

(ii)  percentage of questions attempted in each section,

(iii) weaknesses,

(iv) questions which should have been attempted but not attempted, and many others.

  1. ATTEMPT ALL QUESTIONS

As per MPHC notification, there is no negative marking, so attempt all the questions even if you don’t know answers to some. Getting them correct would act as a bonus to your score, might even play a big role in clearing cut-offs. But remember, this has to be done at the last leg of the examination. Also, check the instructions on the screen to confirm of no negative marking.

  1. DON’T STRESS OUT TOO MUCH IN THE LAST WEEK

The important point to be kept in mind by Aspirants is to keep the last week light and let it flow smoothly. It has been witnessed a lot of times amongst students that they put too much psychological pressure on them which results in ill-health on the D-day or a day before which ultimately prevents them from giving their best in the examination.

Take a proper sleep of atleast 6 hours a day before and have a good light breakfast on the examination day and be confident about yourself.

8. ADMIT CARDS

MPHC has not yet released the Admit Cards but we expect them to be released shortly. We will notify you once they are out. Be in touch with our website and our Facebook Page for more updates.

9. ANALYSIS OF THE EXAMINATION

We will be publishing the Analysis of the paper scheduled to happen on 23rd February, 2019 on our website within a week of the Examination. Keep visiting our Website daily to check the Analysis and accordingly tally your performance.

 

ALL THE BEST!!

 

Link to Youtube Video: https://youtu.be/ugv7tmm4dKU.

[1] http://www.lawqedu.com/analysis-of-madhya-pradesh-civil-judge-class-ii-entry-level-examination-2018/.

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