Have you heard the news that Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) has announced the dates for the UP Lekhpal Examination? The exam will be held on 19th June 2022 and if we count, we have only one and a half months in our hands for the preparation. So, if you have enrolled yourself and going to appear in the exam, you must read this post once as I am sharing some ideas which you can implement in your preparation.
Gather all the exam related information: The very basic step is to gather all the exam related information like the dates, eligibility criteria, update everything. For this, you can refer to Testwale as they are providing updated and accurate information on the UP Lekhpal Examination.
Analyze the exam pattern: When you first begin studying, examine the exam pattern, print the syllabus from the official website and keep it on your study table. For your reference, I am providing you with the exam pattern below:
- General Hindi- A total of 25 questions will be asked for 25 marks.
- Mathematics- A total of 25 questions will be asked for 25 marks.
- General Knowledge- A total of 25 questions will be asked for 25 marks.
- Rural Development & Rural Society- A total of 25 questions will be asked for 25 marks.
Candidates have to answer all the questions in 2 Hours (120 min).
Go Through the Previous Year Question Papers: This is the first step, and it will assist you in introspecting yourself: where you stand in which area and subject need your more focus. Now divide subjects into groups based on their difficulty level and devise a strategy for completely covering each one.
Practice Test Series: To make yourself quick answerable, you should practice the UP Lekhpal Mock Test Series, UP Lekhpal Quizzes and UP Lekhpal Sectional Test Series to make yourself exam ready. For this, you can refer to Testwale as they are providing these series free of cost and also their test series are designed by Subject matter experts with the latest exam pattern and syllabus.
Focus On Health: Along with studies, you have to focus on your Physical and Mental Health. For this, you have to do meditation for 15 minutes in the morning and take a proper sleep with a healthy diet.
Some of the most common blunders candidates make in the examination hall are:
Be hurried: Don't be in a hurry to answer a question; read it twice before answering.
Forget to respond: Don't skip questions in order to respond to them later.
Time Management: If you're having trouble managing your time, start with the strong areas and work your way down to the weak ones.
- Don't try anything new at the last minute of preparation, such as a new source to study, a new topic, or a new technique.
- To cover the entire curriculum, you need to prepare Section Wise.
- Make a study plan based on which portions or topics are weak and which are strong.
- To prepare for the exam, take the UP Lekhpal Test Series.
- Try some UP Lekhpal Quizzes to make oneself more easily answerable.
- Don't compare yourself to others; instead, focus on improving your own pace and speed.
- At this time, stay away from electrical devices like smartphones.
- Don't study for long periods of time.
- Studying late at night is not a good idea.