During past 2 years, I have come across many people from students, housewives, software professionals, government officials like PSI, and Talathi, to professionals like Doctors (BDS, BAMS MD, BHMS), Lawyers, Senior Teachers, and many more; some of them have become aspirants of MPSC and sought my guidance. Thank you all for reading my blog and seeking my FREE guidance. I am pretty sure that among the above, there would be many successful aspirants in 2012 exam. Good luck to you and remember me when you are successful.
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After so much of analysis, I am providing the following plan for the most sought after exam i.e. “MPSC State Services Exam – Rajyaseva).
NOTE: If you want to be successful in 2012 exam, you MUST follow my plan else you will repent later on.
Now you have 2 months in your hand for Prelims 2012 (Dec 2011 and Jan 2012), and next 3 months for Main 2012 (Mid-Feb 2012 to Mid-May 2012), right?
So start your preparation now itself for Prelims.
How will you do it this? Simple, here it is:
From Dec 6, 2011 to Jan 31, 2012, prepare for Prelims 2012.
From Mid-Feb 2012 to Mid-May 2012, prepare for Main exam 2012
During the first 2 months, you should read all books (about 15 – 20). Read extensively and prepare micro-notes on each topic of all sections.
Soon after Prelims is over, take a break for 2 days and go on a picnic, see movies, enjoy with your friends, family and simply enjoy, relieve your tension.
After coming back, do not wait for the result. For the next 3 months (Mid-Feb 2012 to Mid-May 2012), start your preparation for Main exam by reading and revising your notes and solve as many question papers as you can.
This is not everything. There is a lot to do during these 6 months. You will have to make lists of books, magazines, periodicals, newspapers, etc. Then buy relevant books only, plan your study for the next 6 months and study all 60-70 books according to various plans, make your own notes, revision, mock tests, etc. etc. For this, you will need to do very hard work.
Can you do this on your own? No way!!! Then what you can do?
DO NOT join any classes, your money will be a waste. DO NOT spend your precious money on buying ready-made notes. Ready made notes will not help you at all. The examiner will easily come to know that you ahve studied from such notes. So what do you do?
Prepare your own notes.
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