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Name- Hello friends, I am Pooja Yadav, a graduate form science. i was doing job in a private company but was not satisfied so i quit the job and start preparing for MPPSC Exam.
My destiny was Civil Service.
Hobbies- singing, watching movies and reading books.
The strategy for Prelims is a blend of hard and smart work. You need to grasp the IMPORTANT news events of past 8-10 months, without compromising the Static portion of GS. Also, one of the most ignored aspect is question solving. It is of prime importance to solve model/previous papers frequently appearing in general Magazines to get the wittedness requisite in the actual exam.
MPPSC Pre exam is the first step to enter in mppsc so we have to take MPPSC Prelims exam very seriously. MPPSC Pre exam is consist of two paper
Paper 1 - सामान्य अध्ययन (General Studies) - 100 question each have 2 marks total 200 marks
Paper 1 - सामान्य अभिरुचि परीक्षण (General Aptitude) - 100 question each have 2 marks total 200 marks
The thing is Paper 2 is qualifying paper you need to score 40% marks in it to qualify and it can be easily done. Students have to focus the Paper 1 because it is vast and have a lot to study.
Generally after Prelims exam result announcement aspirants got 60 days to prepare for the Mains exam. These two months are going to be the most important days of your MPPSC mains preparation. In order to crack this, you need a robust mains study plan along with the relevant study material.
The MPSC main exam consists of descriptive type of questions. It focusses on testing the candidate on various levels. The time limit for the essay paper is 2 hrs, we need to write 3 essay,
1. First Essay (1000 words Approx.) 50 Marks
2. Second Essay (250 words Approx.) 25 Marks
3. Third Essay (250 words Approx.) 25 Marks
Total 100 Marks
One common doubt that students have is with regard to the style of answering questions, whether to adopt the paragraph or the point style of answering questions. Though there is no set rule, it is wise to adopt a style depending on the question asked. If the question says to discuss, analyse or critically examine, it would be better to answer the question the paragraph format. On the other hand, if the question asks you to list the advantages or give reasons for/ against etc., it is better to go in for the point format of answering.
The interview is the final part of the MPPSC Examination process. This interview have many important aspects like, It is a personality test : the objective is to assess the personal suitability of the candidate for public services. They are not testing your knowledge it is already checked in Pre and Mains exam, it’s all about your skills presence of mind.
The target of the interview board is to assess your overall personality. Therefore you should present your natural self – what you are?