and preparing is vital to success in exams. It is, however, difficult to know
how best to manage your preparation period until you have some experience. So
we are here to help you regarding how you can start Preparation for the MPPSC
Exam & will give you important tips related to MPPSC Preparation.
1.Know your Exam:-
sure that you have looked at past papers of MPPSC. This is very important for
any exam, this will ensure that you are prepared for the type of exam you will
be sitting, whether MCQs, short answers or essays.
what you are expected to do: for example, how many questions from each section
will you have to answer? Of course, you still have to read the instructions on
the paper itself and make sure that they are the same, but this will help you
to feel comfortable with what will be expected. Even more important, make sure
that you have practised the right type of questions.
2.Know your Syllabus:-
preparing for any exam, it is most important to know its syllabus. Syllabus is
also important because what you are going to study, it is known how important
it is for that exam.Sometimes a syllabus is thought of as
something that's not important. But it can and should be much more than that. A
well-understand syllabus provides information, anticipates questions, provides
logistical information and conveys the tone and philosophy of the learning
environment. A detailed syllabus signals to students that you take this exam
and teaching seriously.
3. Make sure you know the practical
details about your exam
will it be held?
time does it start, and when do you need to get there?
you have to travel some distance, what time will you need to leave?
do you need to take with you?
make sure that you know what to do if something goes wrong. You might, for
example, be ill on the day, or get held up on the journey, and you need to know
who to contact.
4. Start your revision early:-
is no substitute for starting early with revision.
need to give yourself enough time to review everything that you have studied
and make sure that you understand it. Last-minute cramming is much less
review each subject as you go, and make sure that you understand it fully as
this will make revision much easier. Ultimately, the best tip is to study hard
to know your subject, and starting early is the best way to achieve this.
5. Organize your study time:-
will almost certainly find some subjects easier than others. You will also find
that you have more to revise for some subjects than others. It is worth taking
the time to plan your revision and consider how much time you might need for each
your revision to ensure that you use your time to your best advantage. When is
the best time of day for you—morning, afternoon or evening? Can you do more
reading at particular times? This will help you to plan broadly what you intend
to do, although you should always make sure that you leave it flexible enough
to adapt later if circumstances change.
a time table is a must for the completion of any subject.
6. Look after yourself during study
and exam time:-
will be able to function better if you eat a healthy diet and get plenty of
sleep. You all must know that a healthy mind resides in a healthy body.
applies both during your exam period and when you are revising. Surviving on
junk food is not a good idea. It is also a good idea to get regular exercise
while studying. A brisk walk or exercise will get your blood moving and ensure
that you are able to focus.
7. Vary your revision techniques:-
say that variety is the spice of life, and it certainly helps to improve your
studying. Always doing the same thing, for example, reading over your notes on
a subject, is likely to be quite dull. Spice up your revision period by trying
different exercises and techniques.
mind maps or other summary diagrams to test what you can remember, and then
checking them against your notes. Notice where you have left out a detail, or
there are gaps, and go back and review those areas; and
a discussion group with some friends, to consider a particular issue or area.
8. Vary your locations:-
the location in which you study—for example, your room, the library at school
or college, a quiet café, or someone else’s house—is also good.
has found that this can help to improve memory retention. It is not clear why,
but the suggestion is that the brain makes connections between the background
and what you are studying: more different connections makes things easier to
9. Take regular breaks
cannot work solidly for 8 hours. In fact, it is very hard to work in a
concentrated way for more than about an hour. You may find that some days you
can do more, but mostly, one to one and a half hours is likely to be your limit
before you need a break. This will enhance your learning ability.