BPSC EXAM 2022 : Tips To Clear BPSC In 2 Months

BPSC Exam 2022 TIPS: Learn useful tips for students to prepare smart in less time

BPSC Exam 2022 TIPS

You all have two and a half months left to prepare for this exam. This time seems less on the basis of statistics but if you prepare with discipline then you can ensure your success.

Notification has been issued by Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) for the upcoming examination (67th), for which the last date to apply is November 5, 2021. In this, graduate passed students of any state of the country can apply.

BPSC Exam Pattern:

Bpsc Exam

Bpsc Exam

There are generally three stages in this exam- Preliminary, Main and Interview. The final selection is done on the basis of marks obtained in main examination and interview.

Preliminary exam is just a screening test, which reduces the rush of students. Only after clearing it, a certain number of candidates get an opportunity to appear in the main examination.

This time the BPSC preliminary exam is proposed in January, 2022. So students do not have much time left.

In such a situation, to ensure success, there is a need to make proper strategy according to the examination from now on.

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Attractions of this time:

1. After a long time in BPSC, a total of 88 posts of ADM have been added.

2. According to the notification, this time the total number of posts is more than 700, in which more posts are also expected to be added.

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Required Steps for BPSC Preliminary Exam:

Clearing the Preliminary Exam conducted by Bihar Public Service Commission requires a good strategy, only then one can get success in it.

In this, 150 questions have to be solved in two hours. Therefore, it is necessary to make a good strategy keeping in mind the time.

For this, first study the syllabus of the Preliminary Examination properly and have a detailed look at the questions asked in the last 10 years.


Then plan your preparation according to the nature of questions asked in the last ten years. Since the questions related to facts are more in the Preliminary Examination, therefore the strategy should also be made in the same way.

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Pay special attention to these points

1. Prepare from NCERT and General Lucent books.

2. You need to give special emphasis on viruses, bacteria, blood, vitamins, diseases etc.

3. Read national level newspapers and reliable magazines based on competitive exams for current affairs. Especially in the last eight months, the current affairs are more important.

4. Keep special focus on Olympics, IPL and T20 World Cup. Apart from this, Census (India and Bihar), Forest Report and other global reports are also a must-see.

5. Bihar has the most prominent contribution in ancient history, so it should also be given special attention.

6. Under medieval history, special attention will have to be paid to the major architecture, the names of the books and the author and the pilgrim.

7. Under Geography, you have to pay attention to NCERT (Books from class 6 to 12), Atlas, as there are five-six questions from World Geography. Also, deserts, lakes, streams, mountains also need to be kept an eye on.

8. For economics you can see the economics of the event cycle.

9. Under the Constitution, President, Governor, Constitutional Institutions, Courts, Articles and Constitutional Amendment etc. are important parts, from which questions are asked?

10. Questions related to sports and institutions are asked in Miscellaneous.

11. Do not study anything new in the last 20 days of the exam. Revise only.

Further preparation tips for BPSC: You all have two and a half months left to prepare for this exam.

This time seems less on the basis of statistics, but if you prepare with discipline, then you can ensure your success.

If you look at the BPSC Prelims exam, then you should have a special focus on four subjects- History of Modern India, General Science, Bihar General Studies and Bihar Current Affairs. Around 100 questions come from these four subjects.

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