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FAQ's

Is it necessary to opt for the coaching classes to clear the MP Judiciary Service Examination? 

MP Judiciary Syllabus is undeniably tough and lengthy. Thus, the aspiring candidates might require seeking the guidance of the experts. It will further help to frame out the topic precisely. Moreover, much of your time will be saved as you do not need to make notes of your own. It, in turn, will give you enough time to concentrate more on your lessons. However, if you are confident enough about your solo studying strategy and read the landmark cases in several subjects, then you would not require to join any coaching class to crack the MP Judiciary exam.

Which newspaper should you follow while preparing for the MP Judiciary exam? 

Having a profound general knowledge and a decent grasp over the current affairs is very crucial for qualifying the preliminary exam of MP judiciary. For enriching your general knowledge, you might choose to read the newspaper known as The Indian Express on a daily basis. On the other hand, for improving the area of current affairs, you can follow The Hindu. However, you can also rely upon the online videos on current affairs.

How should one begin his/her preparation for the MP Judiciary Exam?

The syllabus for MP Judiciary exam is divided into different sections. Hence, you need to chalk out a study plan to begin your preparation. Moreover, you can also make a routine to keep a track of the part of the syllabus that you have covered until. Also, make sure to undergo frequent revisions of whatever you have learned till now. In addition, do not forget to emphasize on the language studies to improve your essay writing skills.

What type questions are asked in the personality test or viva voce round of MP Judiciary examination?

Most of the candidates think that the interviewers generally ask questions from the MP judiciary syllabus. Well, in a way it is quite true, however, the examiners tend to ask the dialect-based questions as well. Additionally, you might also be asked general questions like your background, schooling, your whole educational journey, etc. to test your confidence and smartness.

What are the eligibility criteria of MP Judiciary Examination? 

The aspirants who want to appear in the MP Judiciary Services Examination has to be within the age of 21 to 35. The age limit for the SC and ST quota is relaxed up to 3 years. Moreover, he/she has to possess an LLB degree from a well-recognized university or institution.

Which subjects are most important to focus on while preparing for the MP Judiciary Services Examination? 

While you are preparing for the examination, you should treat each of the subjects as equally as possible. However, there are a few lessons that require more importance and focus that the others. They include- Code of Civil Procedure 1908, Indian Evidence Act 1872, Code of Criminal Procedure 1973, Constitution of India, etc. Each of these chapters carries 10 to 15 marks so, prioritize them as your main focal point.

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