1. Honesty is the highest virtue: When you decide to go for judiciary, you have to pursue it with utmost honesty and sincerity.
2. Clarity: You should have a clear understanding as to what all is the syllabus and how would you as an aspirant go about it. So, prepare a kind of chart.
3. Role of Bare Acts: Bare Acts play a very important role in all judicial competitive exams. Similarly, a thorough reading is a must to crack judiciary.
4. Daily updates of current affairs: Next comes is the daily brush-up of current affairs as many questions are asked in judicial exams. It can be prepared by referring to leading newspapers such as The Hindu, The Indian Express and also by referring books such as Manorama etc.
5. Latest changes and Amendments in Law: Cracking judicial exams require one to be constantly engaged in learning daily changes which take place in law and society. Therefore, the aspirants must update themselves with the new amendments.
6. Daily exercise of previous years question papers: Additionally, one is also required to consistently exercise the previous year’s questions papers of the respective states in which they are willing to appear.
7. Personal notes: Simultaneously, the aspirants must sincerely prepare the personal notes of all the law and non-law subjects and must also update them as soon as the law changes.
8. Special focus on time management and completion of syllabus: While exercising all these tips, you also need to manage the overall time and complete the syllabus at least one month prior to prelims so that you have enough time to revise it. Therefore, properly chalk down you time plan.