UKPSC Civil Judge Prelims Exam Analysis 2017 9th October- How was your exam?

UKPSC Civil Judge Prelims Exam Analysis 2017 9th October- Share your feedback on the questions asked, difficulty level, safe attempts and expected cutoff marks

UKPSC Civil Judge Prelims Exam Analysis 2017 9th October

UKPSC Civil Judge Prelims Exam Analysis 2017- The Uttarakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC) has recently released an Employment News official notification regarding recruitment of eligible candidates into Civil Judge Posts. According to the official advertisement released, this recruitment was to recruit 15 vacancies. The candidates who had applied for this exam need to have completed graduation in law from a recognized university. Today is the exam for UKPSC Civil Judge Prelims i.e. 9th October 2017 and this article on UKPSC Civil Judge Prelims Exam Analysis 2017 will give you clear insights of complete exam paper review from various aspects.

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UKPSC Civil Judge Prelims Exam Analysis 2017 9th October Selection Procedure

  • Prelims Examination
  • Mains Examination

UKPSC Civil Judge Prelims Exam Paper Review 2017 9th October Exam Pattern

Prelims-

S.No Exam Part Subject Marks Duration
1 Written Test I General Knowledge 50 3 Hours
II Professional Subject 150

Mains-

S.No Exam Paper Subject Marks Duration
1 Written Test I The Present Day 150 3 Hours
II Language 100 3 Hours
III Law Paper I 200 3 Hours
IV Law Paper II 200 3 Hours
V Law Paper III 200 3 Hours
2 Viva-Voce 100

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UKPSC Civil Judge Prelims Exam Analysis 2017 9th October- How was your exam?

How was your exam? We would really appreciate your efforts if you spare some amount of time and share your feedback on how was yoru exam. Your feedback can help glorify the performance of hundreds of other students. Your feedback is important for all aspirants as it will help other aspirants to master their preparation in the upcoming exams.

Your feedback can be based on the following points-

  1. Questions Asked (if you remember any)
  2. Safe number of attempts
  3. Difficulty level (sectional and overall)
  4. Expected cut off

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