Updated On : December 19, 2022
Are you aspiring to appear for Judicial Services Examination? If yes, then this post shall provide you with a roadmap for clearing state-wise Judiciary Exams.
Our mentor and Product Head, Shubham Upadhaya from Judiciary Gold, has explained in-depth Judiciary Exam preparation strategies for beginners in this post.
Read through the entire post carefully to know how to begin preparation for Judicial Services Exam from scratch.
To begin with the preparation for any state Judiciary, you need to have a few prerequisites essential for smooth practice. Divide your preparation into three levels:
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Considering this query from many of you, our expert Shubham has given the following suggestions for the preparation:
Apart from judiciary-related topics or subjects, there are other essential concepts that you need to be well-prepared for better results.
The following are the important subjects you need to give more importance to, along with law subjects.
General Knowledge and Language
Before you prepare for the examination, make sure you fix a target and stick to it. This way, you will have confidence in clearing the examination.
Hence, these shall be your targets. Ensure to focus on reaching the target with the right strategy.
The last stage to success is revision. It plays a vital role as you can glance at all topics you have studied earlier.
It would help if you revised each subject at least 3 to 4 times. Try to complete your first round of studying the topics at least 1 or 2 months before the examination so that you are left with more time.
Utilise this time for revising every concept from each subject. Also, most importantly, you need to solve previous year's papers regularly as this will help boost your confidence and know which type of questions could be asked in the exam.
Frequently Asked Questions
What subjects must be studied for Judiciary Exams?
Which are the books that can be referred to for Judiciary Exam preparation?
Criminal Code of Procedure
Indian Penal Code
KD Gaur, Ashok Jain (Dukki)
Indian Evidence Act
Batuk Lal, Ashok Jain (Dukki)
Civil Procedure Code
Ck Thakka (Takwani)
Indian Contract Act
Dr Avtar Singh, Rk Bangia
Sales of Goods Act
Indian Partnership Act
Avtar Singh, Rk Bangia, Mulla
Specific Relief Act
Indian Limitation Act
Jd Jain (Bare Act)
Dr Kusum, Dr P Saxena, Dukki
Indian Registration Act
Should we focus on Mains or Prelims while preparing for the Judiciary Exams?
Can I prepare for Judiciary Exam without coaching?
Is bare Acts knowledge enough for Judicial Services Exams?
What are the important bare acts for judiciary exams?