So, here we are starting MPPSC Mains Answer Writing Practice Series. You will get all details about this MPPSC Mains Test series here.
- From the last 6 months, we have asked many aspirants about Mains Answer Writing and found below 3 categories,
- Joined Test Series & Writing Answer Regularly
- Started Practicing at Home & But Not Regularly
- Not Started Answer Writing – Majority Falls here.
The competition is between those who practice more regularly and those who practice less regularly. If you are not practicing, you are out of the race — unless you are an extraordinary polymath who can directly walk into the exam centre & come out with a selection letter.
- Keeping this in mind, we are starting this series. The main motive of this series is to start Answer Writing at home regularly. Doing regular answer writing practice is one of the must-do things that must be on top of your to-do list.
- For this aspirants,
- must know Mains Exam Scheme & Syllabus,
- & have Mains Notes or content ready (Can help you a little bit, If not ready).
Now, Coming to Our Series ;
- This series will be an Open Community type series. In this, we will provide 2 Questions every day (Will Increase day by day). You have to write answers on your notebook DAILY and have to upload Image of it in the comment section.
- You not only have to upload your answer but you have to REVIEW other’s answer also. (Now you will think, How Can I ?) Reviewing means, you have to read other’s answer and write Positive and Negative point about that answer in the comment section. In this way, you will also get to know If any Important point you missed. In starting it will be difficult to review but when you will follow this regularly, there will be improvement for sure. That’s why we called it OPEN COMMUNITY type series.
- Our Experts will also provide the review of your answers in the comment section depending upon the answers we will get daily. This team consists of Officers & aspirants who have written Mains exam at least twice. We will also conduct some session with toppers to guide you.
- We will mostly post Previous Year Questions. But you will see some new questions also which are highly probable for Mains 2019 exam.
How to use this series Effectively!
- First, fix a time slot for this series.
- As soon as we post the questions, read the questions. Revise that topic once from your notes. If you have not completed the notes for that topic/subject, still try to read about that particular topic from an authentic source (NCERT, Standard Books, Internet) and note down points & try to memorise them. Don’t spend much time searching on the internet.
- Wait, Don’t write answer yet!
- Next day or in the evening without looking at any source, like in exam condition attempt all questions in the prescribed time limit. Try to write the answers in model Mains answer copy. It is available in the market and in our telegram channel.
- [Important] Instead of writing answers immediately after seeing questions, write answers after a day based on memory.
In the beginning, you may not be able to recollect all the points. But if you persist, you will be able to recall most points and write quality answers.
- After writing down answers based on memory, COMPULSORILY review your own answers and others too. Write down every point, which you think can be added to enhance your answer.
- For GS-1,2,3 try to follow this. This data is as per the experience of selected candidates. And this Scheme is for the MAINS 2019 exam.
For the rest of papers, will update soon.
If you have any query, please leave a comment below or contact us on Whatsapp.
Few Words for this Series!
We have seen the power of CONSISTENCY in our Prelims Daily Practice Series. Our many regular followers have scored 160+ marks in Prelims 2018 & 2019.
For you to see effectiveness, you must consistently practice this. If you are inconsistent, you won’t see benefits. Ultimately it is in Mains that your rank is decided. So, keep writing the answers regularly.
It’s up to you what you want to choose, Pain of Discipline or Pain of Regret!
We will be consistent. We expect the same from you.
Note: This is the tentative plan, which we are following.