Updated On : August 11, 2023
When it comes to the preparation of the judicial services exam, most of the law aspirants get worried about how to start and when to start their preparation. Firstly, you need to understand that cracking the judiciary exam is a tough task but not an impossible task.
If you are dedicated to your goal with the correct approach, you can definitely crack the exam on the first attempt.
Wondering, how!!! Read through the post that will give you a complete insight on how to crack Judicial Services Exam in 6 months, pre-requisites to start your preparation, and more.
Each one of your preparation strategies may vary. So, to help you guide through the Judiciary Exam preparation, we have provided a detailed 6-month study plan provided by our experts at Judiciary Gold (a pointer in providing the best online guidance for Judiciary Exams).
You must remember that a study plan doesn’t mean 24*7 you need to study. Try to relax and take breaks.
If you are opting for the best Online Coaching for Judiciary Exams and planning to prepare for 9 hours a day, then the 6-month study plan should be as follows:
|Topic||Preferred Time Limit|
|Online Classes||2 Hours|
|Read any 3 chapters from 2 subjects||2-2.5 hours|
|Practice writing answers from each subject||2 hours|
|Reviews Answers||30 mins-1 hour|
|Attempt previous year papers||1 hour|
|Analyze your Performance||30 mins|
The most recommended way to kick start your preparation for judiciary exams is the Reverse Method. What I mean by it is that you must take the reverse approach and start preparing for the Mains exam first and then move on to the preliminary stage.
So, even before your targeted judiciary exam is notified, you should invest time in preparing for the Mains exam.
By analyzing your targeted state judiciary pattern and previous year's question papers, prepare a Question bank of around 50 questions of the Mains exam each from all the major subjects and around 25 questions each from all the minor subjects.
Based on these question banks, you should develop your conceptual clarity of the laws. This approach will help you understand how to write good answers in the Mains exam and hence prove to be a score-oriented approach.
While reading laws for conceptual clarity, you have already started your preparation for the Preliminary exam, now you need to streamline it again by REVERSE TECHNIQUE from practicing MCQs to Learning Bare acts.
Start practicing MCQ questions (preferably previous year question papers from all states) and then after gathering an idea on what topics the questions are asked from? What kind of questions are asked? Move on learning the provisions from the bare acts.
You will save a lot of time by the strategy as when you are reading the bare act you already know which areas to focus on and which all areas should not be invested with a lot of your time considering their weightage and trends of questions.
Personal Interview or Viva-voce is the third and final stage in the selection process of judicial services examination. Personal Interviews offer great scope for the interview board to test your general awareness about recent happenings, Legal developments, and your opinion on these.
So, keep a track of the news of national importance or any news particular to the state that you are appearing for. Also, keep a track of important judgments that might have been pronounced recently as the board usually asks on them.
You can follow simple tips for Civil Judge interviews provided by experts to better understand how to give a short yet apt answer to the questions put up by the interview board.
Every time you are asked a question, we strongly recommend you to take a pause of a few seconds, formulate an answer in your mind, and only then answer it.
This will minimize the possibility of error and will also convey a good impression.
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