RPSC Assistant Professor exam 2024: Check exam pattern, marking scheme and last-minute revision tips


RPSC Assistant Professor Exam 2024: Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) is conducting the recruitment examination for 2446 Assistant Professor posts from March 2024. The examination for Paper I and II started on 17 March 2024 and will continue till 2 June. Testing for 42 optional subjects including Political Science and other subjects including History, Economics and Business Administration will begin from tomorrow. Check exam pattern, marking scheme and preparation tips here.
Exam Pattern and Marking Scheme
The selection process for RPSC Assistant Professors consists of two main stages: a written examination and an interview. Marks for written examination will be 200, while marks for interview will be 20. The written examination will be conducted in three papers. For Paper I and II, there will be 75 multiple choice questions (MCQs) each, where one question will carry 1 mark. For Paper III, there will be a total of 50 one-mark MCQs. Negative marking for each wrong answer is ⅓. Check details here.

letters Subject Mark Time
Paper-I optional subject 75 3 hours
Paper II optional subject 75 3 hours
Paper III General study of Rajasthan 50 2 hours
Total 200

Last Minute Preparation Tips
Proper understanding of the exam pattern and syllabus is essential to be successful in any exam including RPSC Assistant Professor Recruitment exam. Here are some effective last minute preparation tips to succeed in this.
Give priority to major topics for revision: Identify and revise the topics that have the most importance in the exam during the last phase of preparation. Quickly read important formulas, definitions and concepts.
Use summary notes: If you have prepared short notes or flashcards, now is the ideal time to use them. They are excellent for quick revisions.
Check previous years question papers: Have a look at the last 3 years' question papers to get a better idea of ​​what you can expect in the exam hall. Make mental notes of important topics to make the final phase of revision more effective.
Focus on your strengths: Reinforce your strong areas to make sure you can answer each question on the test confidently. Don't try to learn anything at the last moment.
Pay attention to time management: This is an important skill that you need to apply in every exam. While revising before the exam, allot specific time slots for different topics or sections depending on their weightage and your efficiency.
Make your revision stress free: Take short breaks, take some deep breaths, or do light exercise to reduce stress and stay focused.

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