Almost less than two months are left for the 67th Prelims Exam and students have already completed their syllabus. In such a situation, there is a need for better revision and better tips are necessary for better revision. In the tips given below (BPSC Preparation Tips) you will know how to do better revision for Prelims in the last two months.
BPSC Exam Preparation Tips: Prepare with the help of these tips
daily current affairs
The most important thing for Prelims exam is daily revision of current affairs. Students can use any magazine and can revise current affairs. Current Affairs is the most important part of the Prelims exam and its revision is more important than that. Around 30-32 questions from current affairs are always asked by BPSC in prelims which is also a very scoring part of the exam.
Standard Books Revision Twice
The aspirants read the standard books like Polity, History, Science thoroughly at the time of preparation but forget to revise it a few months before the exam. The result is not clear the prelims exam. In such a situation, it is necessary that a few months before the examination, the standard books of all the subjects should be thoroughly revisited. All the topics are recalled by revision and the confidence level also gets boosted.
give as many mock tests as possible
Mock test acts as an energy booster for the examinees before the exam. It prepares the candidate for the exam hall pressure and also works to rectify the shortcomings. During the mock test itself, the examinees get to know about which topics their preparation is less and which areas need more attention. In this way, candidates can prepare better for those subjects. But at the same time it is important to note that one should not get overjoyed or disappointed by considering mock test scores as final marks and should be included as preparation only.
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two months ago only pre preparation
Often aspirants prepare for Prelims and Mains exam together so as not to miss the syllabus and save time. But in the last two months, if the preparation of mains and prelims is done together, then both the time and energy of the examinees will be lost. In such a situation, candidates should stop preparing for Mains in the last two months and focus only on Prelims.
These are some tips with the help of which aspirants can prepare for Prelims in a better way in the last two months.