An aspirant of the MP Civil Judge exam but don't know how to begin and where to begin your mains exam preparation? Well, you are in the right place!

With a proper preparation strategy, dedication, and hard work, you can easily clear the exam on the first attempt. 

We hope most of you who cleared the prelims exam have already started preparing for the mains exam. If not, don't worry!

Our experts at Judiciary Gold (a pioneer in providing the best online guidance for judiciary exams) have shared some best MP Judiciary Mains Preparation Tips in this post.

How to Create a Study Plan for MP Judiciary Mains Exam?

Since the mains syllabus is vast, starting your preparation at least 6 months or 1 year before the exam will help you perform well in the exam. Don't you have that much time? Well, don't panic!

With the correct approach, you can complete the entire syllabus in a short duration. You need to make the best study plan to crack this exam.

MP Judiciary mock test

MP Judiciary mock test

Before creating a plan, make sure to go through the syllabus and pattern of the exam.

Make sure to include all the subjects in your daily plan and stick to it. If you are already well-versed with any topic, then give less time for that topic. Instead, concentrate on the topic you are weak.

The study plan should also include solving previous years' question paper for MP Judiciary and revision at the end of the day.

Also, it would be best if you practice questions based on bare acts at least for 1.5 hours-2 hours a day.

MP Judiciary mock test

MP Judiciary mock test

What are the important topics for MP Judiciary Mains Exam?

There are four papers in the mains examination of the MP Civil Judge exam. Knowing the important topics under the mains syllabus for the MP Judiciary exam will help you plan your preparation in a better way.

Constitution of India Code of Civil Procedure
Indian Penal Code, Indian Evidence Act
MP Accommodation Control Act MP Land Revenue Code
Code of Criminal Procedure Limitation Act

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Which Books Should I refer to for MP Judiciary Mains Preparation?

As you all know, there are many books available for the MP Civil Judge exam preparation. However, opting for the right book makes a huge difference.

You can refer to the following Books for MP Judiciary exam preparation as these books cover all the topics as per the syllabus.

  • Criminal Procedure Code by R.V. Kelkar
  • Commentary on the Indian Penal Code by Gaur K.D.
  • The Law of Evidence by Avtar Singh

How to Prepare for MP Judiciary Mains Exam?

You should start your preparation for MP Judiciary Mains Exam right from the moment you decide for fiving judicial service examinations because the time gap between the prelims and mains exam is approximately 2 months.

In the mains exam, the questions are designed to test your basic knowledge of law and clarity in concepts. Apart from the subjects you studied for prelims, two more papers are included in the mains exam i.e., essay and language paper, and judgment writing paper.

For the essays, you must do research and prepare the list of most probable topics from internet or from the newspapers while practice is required for translation.

Creating substantive law outlines or referring to the notes from law books will help you excel in this subject. Focus on the law of contracts, torts, wills, etc. 

When you are preparing for the General Knowledge section of the MP Judiciary Mains Exam, focus on the issue-based Current Affairs.

Solve as many questions as possible form the previous year's question papers as this will let you get an idea about the difficulty level of the paper and the type of questions asked.

Also, make a habit of reading newspapers daily as this will help you have a better grip on the English language.

How to Write Answers in MP Judiciary Mains Exam?

The following are some of the tricks to writing answers in the MP Judiciary Exam.  Try to follow all these tips and perform well in the upcoming exam.

  • Firstly, you should have clarity on all the topics of the law subjects.
  • Along with law subjects, you should also focus on learning the application of legal principles in a given set of facts.
  • Your answers should be brief and to the point, as this will help you fetch good marks in the exam.
  •  Before attempting a question, you have to get a clear idea of what is exactly asked by the examiner.
  • Solve as many questions as possible from the previous years' papers to understand the difficulty level and the type of questions asked in the exam.
  • Make sure to write neatly in legible handwriting so that your answer is readable for the examiner.

How to Attempt Judgement Writing Questions in MP Judiciary Exam?

Judgment Writing is an art which cannot be learned overnight. Hence, sticking to a proper format of a court's judgment and attempting each stage of the judgment will exponentially increase your marks.

Following are some of the tricks for judgment writing in the MP Judiciary mains examination.

  • Firstly, you should gain an in-depth knowledge of all substantive and procedural laws such as Civil Procedure Code, Contract Act, Sale of Goods Act, etc. from Civil law and Criminal Procedure Code, Indian Penal Code for Criminal law.
  • Avoid using technical Legal Jargon or vocabulary. Instead, you can use simple language that anyone can easily understand.
  • While attempting the judgment writing question, diligently read all the facts given in the question and mark the important points.
  • Prepare a rough format of the judgment by taking out a minute to not skip any important piece of information.
  • Also, make sure to write a 4-5 line paragraph that highlights the introduction to the case mentioned in the question.


How many subjects included in MP Judiciary Mains Exam?

There are four subjects in MP Judiciary Mains Syllabus: Civil Law & Procedure, Current Legal and Translation, Criminal Law & Procedure, Judgement writing.

How to handle panic during the MP Judiciary Mains examination?

To avoid stress or any sort of panic during the exam, focus on what you know the best. Attempt the sections that you are confident about and start answering the ones you know the answers first.

How do I prepare for bare acts for MP Civil Judge Mains Examination?

Start your preparation with bare acts as most of the questions in the mains exam are from bare acts. Make sure to study 5-10 bare acts everyday.

Can I complete the MP Judiciary mains syllabus in 2 months?

Yes. With a proper preparation strategy, you can easily complete the MP Judiciary Mains Syllabus in 2 months.