According to the recent notice, the commission has released the revised BPSC 67th Combined Preliminary Exam Date 2022. As per the reports, the commission will conduct the prelims exam on 20 and 22 September 2022 in two shifts.
Previously, the commission had conducted the BPSC 67th Prelims exam on 8 May 2022, but then it was canceled because of a paper leak issue. It must be noted that the BPSC 67th CCE selection process comprises three stages i.e prelims, mains, and interview round.
Continue reading this article to get the revised BPSC 67th Prelims exam dates, eligibility criteria, exam pattern, selection process, and important preparation tips here.
BPSC 67th Prelims Dates Out
check the following article shared below to know the revised BPSC 67th Prelims Date and other important events so that you do not miss out on any deadline
Notification Release Date: 24th Sept 2021
Application Dates: 30th Sept-19th Nov 2021
Last Date to Edit: 29th Nov 2021
BPSC 67th Prelims Dates: 20th & 22nd September 2022
BPSC 67th Mains Exam Date: To be announced soon
Interview Date: To be declared soon
Final Result: To be announced soon
BPSC 67th Eligibility Criteria
Candidates must note that they need to mandatorily fulfill all the eligibility factors associated with the BPSC 67th CCE exam before submitting the application form. All the important factors are mentioned below
The age limit of the candidates applying for the BPSC 67th CCE Exam is as follows
General Male- 37 years
General Female/OBC/OBC (Male/Female)- 40 years
SC/ST (Male/Female)- 42 years
Candidates must possess a degree in graduation or equivalent from any recognized University when applying for the post.
BPSC 67th CCE Selection Process
According to the official notification, the commission will fill out 802 vacancies under different posts through the selection rounds given below
BPSC 67th Exam Pattern
Candidates can check below the BPSC 67th Exam Pattern for the Prelims and Mains exam for reference purposes.
BPSC 67th Prelims Exam Pattern
The preliminary exam will carry a total of 150 objective-type questions for a total of 150 marks
There shall be no penalty for the wrong answers
Paper Name- General Studies
Duration- 2 hours
Total Questions- 150
Maximum Marks- 150
BPSC 67th CCE Mains Exam Pattern
The main exam comprises four papers i.e General Studies Paper 1, General Studies Paper II, General Hindi, and Optional Paper
The maximum marks will be 900 and the duration for each paper is 3 hours
General Hindi-100 marks- 3 hours
General Studies I- 300 marks- 3 hours
General Studies II- 300 marks- 3 hours
Optional Paper- 300 marks- 3 hours
BPSC 67th Prelims Exam Strategy
BPSC 67th Exam is one of the most competitive exams in the country. More than 6 lakhs of candidates have applied for this exam this year. Cracking this competitive exam is not a cakewalk. Hence, we have shared below some important tips to crack BPSC 67th Combined Preliminary Exam with flying colors.
Analyze the Syllabus and Exam Pattern
Candidates must thoroughly analyze the syllabus and exam pattern while preparing for this exam. By doing this, they will get to know the section-wise important topics, weightage of marks, and other exam-relevant details that would ease their preparation journey.
Read Newspapers & Magazines
The BPSC 67th CCE Prelims Exam comprises one paper i. e General Studies. It is important for the candidates to stay updated with the current events, news, and trends happening around the world. They should adopt the habit of reading newspapers and current affairs magazines daily. Jot down all the important events in a separate notebook and revise them frequently.
Candidates can enroll in the test series so that they can assess their preparation level and writing speed. They will be able to devote more time to the areas they are weak in and improve their performance level.
Basic Concepts Matters
Get a strong grip on the basic concepts of all the subjects during the preparation. Candidates can refer to the NCERT books to clear the basic concepts of all the subjects. Along with this, they must be familiar with the maps of Bihar, India, and the world.
Pick Right Books
Pick the most recommended standard books for effective preparation and stick to it till the completion of the entire selection process. Set aside 2-3 hours to revise the topics covered so far on a daily basis to retain everything for a longer period