Did you know that Rajasthan Judicial Examination allows only six attempts like Delhi?
You don’t want to mess up your chances of becoming a judge by not having the right strategy. Right?
But what is the right strategy?
It is simply making an action plan to prepare for the exam according to one potential and following it stringently.
If you do not have a strategy, yet. This article is for you.
Rajasthan Judicial Services Examination Prelims
Law Paper-I & II
For any state prelims, it is essential to have a solid command over Bare Acts. Aspirants need to understand each section thoroughly. What sections are vital and what are not? It can be figured out only by solving mock tests and previous year question papers.
Preparing in stages is an obsolete practice. Never make a separate strategy for each stage. Keep your preparation one-dimensional and focus on clearing the exam as a whole.
You must understand that judiciary exams are no longer straightforward. Papers have become interpretive and analytical. So, focus on understanding case laws and concept clarity. If an Act like IPC has illustrations, make sure to read those as well.
Tip 1: 3-4 times reading of Bare Acts is non-negotiable. You can revise the sections from the Index after reading each section diligently.
Tip 2: Never skip the minor subjects and attempt every question because there is no negative marking.
Tip 3: Solve past ten years’ papers before sitting for the exam.
Hindi & English Proficiency
Aspirants cannot afford to take the Hindi and English Proficiency exams lightly. It holds a total weightage of 30%.
Another thing that is important to mention here is that majority of the aspirants preparing for the examination have moderate knowledge of either Hindi or English language. Only a few have a stronghold over both languages.
It is an obvious thing that the level of difficulty of both Hindi and English papers is high. So, it is advisable to check where you are lacking and prepare accordingly.
Rajasthan Judicial Services Examination Mains
Law Paper-I & II
This paper consists of civil laws, both substantive and procedural.
For scoring good marks, make a list of leading cases for each topic.
For example, when writing about the Amendment powers of the Parliament, complete your answer with Keshavnanda Bharti vs. the State of Kerala.
Because the stress of the Mains examination is high, prepare your notes beforehand.
For Judgement and Order writing, you can purchase Asap Law. If you don’t want to, you can refer to the previous year’s questions to see how questions are formulated. It can be high scoring if one prepares it with near perfection.
We have mentioned before, never skip on mock tests. Don’t live under the assumption that on the day of the exam you will magically learn how to write fast without mistakes.
To increase speed, handwriting, and accuracy, you need practice. To practice that, aspirants must write mock tests weekly.
English and Hindi Essay
Essay questions are based on current social and legal developments. You can find burning social topics on Google and make pointers for them. Read editorials regularly and keep up with the news.
Aspirants will get three essay topics. These will include contemporary Socio-legal and Rajasthan culture heritage-based topics.
Tip: Practice essay writing once or twice a week. As you will get only two hours to write such essays, make sure to practice diligently before the exam.
Rajasthan Judicial Services Examination Interview
It is a personality test & behaving extremely professionally is necessary. Be honest and polite. If you do not know something, let the interviewer know. Don’t try to beat around the bush.
The key to clearing your interview is to attempt a mock interview. To gain confidence, you can sign up for mock interviews as they are beneficial for people who lack confidence and are afraid of public speaking.
Lastly, the important thing is to work on your personality building. Aspirants can do that by attempting mock interviews or giving interviews to faculty members and friends.
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