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TNPSC GROUP 4 PREVIOUS YEAR QUESTION PAPERS

How to prepare for TNPSC Group 4?

Now the TNPSC has integrated both Group 4 and VAO examination together. The competition will be tough and high due to the integration of Combined Civil Services Examination-IV (Group-IV Services & VAO). Aspirants need to analyze the TNPSC Group 4 previous year question papers to get a clear picture of the exam pattern and how the questions have been asked. It will help to make the preparation easy and strong. There are more than 25 plus previous years question papers in a real-time test mode. So that learners can attempt this test to check and know how they are efficiently attempting all the questions within the duration.

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Need to have the revised syllabus.

Before starting to prepare for a particular exam should need to know the updated syllabus. The syllabus will be available on the TNPSC website and even it will be there in the TNPSC notification of the exams.

Analyze the syllabus to know in which subjects you are strong, average, and weak.

At first, understand the syllabus of the examination for which you are going to start preparing. Then you can know you are good at which subject and poor in which subject. So that you can concentrate more on weaker subjects.

Check the TNPSC previous year question papers.

The TNPSC Previous year question papers help you know the exam pattern and to evaluate how fair you have prepared. We have more than 20 TNPSC previous year question papers in both real-time test and practice mode. The real-time test will be as same the TNPSC exam, with the three hours of duration for 200 questions. And in the practice mode, the same previous question papers will be there but without a time limit, it will help to evaluate yourself to know whether you have completed the syllabus properly or not.

Need to have scheduled hours of preparation.

Aspirants must have a scheduled preparation, there must be enough time for studying, revision, tests and importantly must have a break in between.

Know the exam pattern.

Aspirants need to be aware of the exam pattern. Then only they can explore the syllabus and can know which subject they should concentrate more and to enhance their preparation. Without knowing the exam pattern blindly covering up the entire syllabus will never help to succeed in the exam.

Analyze which subject or topic has more weightage.

Once if you go through the previous year question papers then you can know from which subject or topic more questions have been asked repeatedly. So that you can concentrate more on the subjects which have more weightage. But it is not like you can omit the rest of the subjects, must complete the entire syllabus, and then focus more on the particular subject.

Should revise daily, without proper revision cannot remember about the topic.

There must a time slot in your schedule for revision. Revision plays an important role. Without proper revision, there is no point in completing the entire syllabus. While studying a subject you can remember about the topics but as time goes on and keeps on studying subjects by subjects. You cannot able to recall if you have revised it. So once you complete some topic need to keep on revising it.

Attempt more online test as much as possible.

Attending online test will give a real-time experience. It will help to maintain the time management during the examination. Try to attempt as much as possible number of time test it will help you out to complete the exam on time and even you will be having time to go through your answer sheet.

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