Everyone dreams to be a Civil Servant in their own state, and an opportunity for that is right here for NPSC Civil Services aspirants. Just today on 22nd November 2021 at around 3 PM the admit card for the NPSC Preliminary exam has been released by NPSC on their Official Website. The exam is scheduled to be held on 27th November 2021. So with just a few more days remaining, it is time to prepare well for the exam and beat the preliminary stage with flying colours.
Following are some of the last-minute tips NPSC 2021 Preliminary Exam for all the aspirants:
Focus on Revision
With the NPSC exam just a few days away, the time now is not to gargle up new and untouched topics. Instead, focus on the topics that you have been preparing for and revise them to solidify their understanding in your mind.
Practice NPSC Mock Tests
Along with revision the time now is also to put the knowledge you have gained through preparation to the test. Take up competent mock tests for NPSC prelims from credible sources and attempt them without anyone’s help. You may attempt any Mock Tests that you like, but we would recommend you to go for EduGorilla’s NPSC Prelims Mock Tests.
EduGorilla’s Nagaland PSC mock tests are online-based, which means that you can attempt them from your Mobile/Laptop/Desktop. NPSC Online Test Series is planned as per the latest NPSC syllabus and exam pattern. It aims to match the level of the actual Nagaland PSC exam and make the test-takers acquainted with the questions asked. The goal of Nagaland PSC mock tests is to improve the candidate’s performance and give them a superior comprehension of the test.
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Time Management for NPSC
In the final days before the exam, you will be tempted to prepare as much as you can. But we would advise you the opposite. For such a tough exam like NPSC Prelims, we would advise you to take it easy in the final days so that at the time of the exam you are not overstressed. Stress and over-exertion can make you lose grasp of the topics that you do know and may lead to damage to your exam performance.
Revision from Notes
If you have prepared well for the exam then you must have prepared some notes. In the last moments before the NPSC, the exam focus on revising through the notes you have prepared instead of going back to the source material. Notes condense the information down to its intricacies and help you revise a topic fully in just a few minutes. So always go for your notes for revision before the exam.
The time after giving the NPSC Prelims exam may be good for some students whose paper went well, while it may be bad for others. In either case, cut off will decide if you clear the exam or not, so do not be too worried about it.
Having said that you should also not be complacent after giving the NPSC Preliminary Exam, as after that you will have to face two more stages, the Mains exam and the Interview, which are exponentially more challenging. So get back to the preparation for both NPSC Mains and NPSC Interview within a few days after the NPSC Prelims exam.
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