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    Having strong willpower, determination, or resoluteness on the part of the aspirant to achieve the targeted goal is the first step towards clearing not only the judicial examinations but any other competition exam as well. With the attitude of ‘come what may’ or ‘at any cost,’ the exam should be cleared; one may win half of the battle at the very threshold.
    2. Need for coaching?
    After setting the goal, another question that comes to an aspirant’s mind is whether she needs coaching for her preparation or not. Generally, a student may clear this exam without coaching too if she is determined, disciplined, has a good understanding of laws and their concepts, and knows how to make efficient use of available sources like YouTube. And it has been seen that various students have cleared this exam even without coaching.
    However, coaching is always advisable, as it has its own benefits. It not only provides the right direction but also fixes one’s schedule, provides updated notes and other materials, conducts mock and practice sessions, and also helps in concept building. It also helps students analyze their performance as compared to their competitors.
    Even if a student opts for coaching, self-study would be required.
    3. Decide on your targeted states
    Judiciary exams are conducted at the state level. Every state has its own syllabus and pattern of conducting these exams. Though the major law subjects like the Constitution, Indian Penal Code, and Code of Criminal Procedure remain the same, there are huge variations with respect to the quantum of general knowledge and local laws that are asked in some exams. The paper pattern also differs. Therefore, first, an aspirant should decide what states she wishes to target. One may start with having a single state in mind. It may be her home state or any other state that she has in mind. After finishing the major part of that particular state, one may choose to appear for other judiciaries as well when the notification is out.
    4. Concept clarity as well as mugging up
    It also remains a major confusion among the students about whether they should mug up the provisions of the Bare Acts as they are and reproduce them in their answer copy or whether they should go for concepts. Though one must be thorough with the language in the bare act, especially for preliminary examinations, concept clarity plays a major role in main examinations, especially in judiciary like DJS and HJS, where questions on concepts are asked.
    It is not generally required to reproduce the language of the Bare Act; instead, one must choose to write her answer in points and simplify the language of the Act. For example, the language of Section 13 of the Transfer of Property Act can be written as follows:
    “A transfer may be created in favor of an unborn person if the following two conditions are fulfilled:
    1. A prior interest is created in favor of a person then living, and
    2. The whole of the interest is transferred in favor of that person.”
    Such simplification gives the examiner the idea that the student’s concepts are clear.
    5. Revision
    The human mind has a tendency to forget; therefore, one must vehemently revise each subject. Section numbers and case laws need revision on a periodic basis.
    6. Significant tips to enrich answers
    Students often wonder: what are the ways one should adopt to fetch more marks in their answers, and what is the art of answer writing? The adoption of the following techniques is the key.
    a. Linking various laws.
    The law subjects should not be read in isolation, but their linking with other subjects is also necessary. It shows that the student has a clear understanding of the law and also has an edge over other answers. For example, while writing a confession under Section 164 Crpc, one may give reference to Section 80 of the IEA, which provides for the genuineness of that confession, or one may link Section 304B of the IPC with 113B of the Evidence Act.
    b. Recent examples or case laws
    The law is always evolving and changing, and accordingly, students must update their answers with recent laws and examples, especially those where certain rights are affirmed.
    For example, the Supreme Court in Saurav Das v. Union of India clarified that a chargesheet is not a public document as defined under Section 74 IEA. In Deepika Singh v. Central Administrative Tribunal, the Supreme Court broadened the definition of family to include homosexual couples.
    c. Underlining or highlighting
    One must also highlight and underline the provision or any other significant thing in the answer to catch the direct attention of the examiner.
    d. Introduction, body, and conclusion format
    For answering questions, especially the long ones and conceptual-based ones, one may adopt the proper format, starting with the introduction, body, and then conclusion.
    7. Practice
    Practice is the key to mastering any activity. Generally, students face problems like time management, especially in their main examinations. So to overcome that, one must practice as many questions as possible beforehand. Starting with past-year papers or other mocks may help.
    8. Mistakes to avoid during your preparation

    a. Not giving enough time to language
    Language plays a significant role in the judiciary exams. Exams like RJS contain a paper of 100 marks out of a total of 300 in language only. Translation, precise writing, and essays form a part of every other judiciary; therefore, together with law, one must also focus on the language aspect.
    b. Ignoring local laws
    Local laws should also be given the same amount of importance as other legal subjects. Therefore, one must give the same amount of time and energy to these as well.
    c. Leaving insignificant portions
    It is seen that aspirants sometimes don’t cover some topics. Not covering portions like Order 21 of the CPC, Section 320 of the CPC, or the schedule of the limitation act may amount to a huge blunder. Therefore, the aspirants must cover their syllabus thoroughly.
    9. Patience and perseverance
    Judiciary services take time to cover the whole process, starting from the preliminary examinations up to the final result, which might take the whole year. Sometimes even the vacancies are not announced. In such situations, one must maintain patience and perseverance.
    10. Positive attitude throughout the journey
    One must have a positive and motivated approach to the journey. Success and failure are not defined by whether you are selected or not, but by how much effort you have put in and what you have learned along the way.

    If you want to be a judicial officer and are looking for RJS coaching in Jaipur, here, at Jyoti Judiciary we provide comprehensive study material to make your preparation solidified and top-notch. From preliminary mock tests to mains answer writing sessions every material required for clearing the exam is provided. We have separate legal current affairs classes, legal general knowledge, and current affairs classes all in one-time enrolment. Hurry up.
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