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    When should I start my preparation for UPSC and MPSC exams? I am presently studying 12th Commerce.

    hi...
    i'm studying in 12th commerce. i want to give upsc and mpsc exam. when should i start to prepare myself for the exam.





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    afseer
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    Re: When should I start my preparation for UPSC and MPSC exams? I am presently studying 12th Commerce.

    You can start preparation for USPC and other such exams now itself. Its your good time and will help you because you started preparation in earlier times too.
    So Dont waist your minutes if you wish for that as much




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    Re: When should I start my preparation for UPSC and MPSC exams? I am presently studying 12th Commerce.

    For most of the UPSC and MPSC exams the minimum qualification required is graduation. The earliest you can appear for this exam is when you are in the final year of graduation. For most of the exams there will be both aptitude as well as technical questions. You can now start preparing for the aptitude related area. You need to especially start preparing for the general awareness section. Read newspapers regularly and also purchase books like year books to learn about events in the past. You can start preparing for the technical area once you join for graduation.

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    Ravi budhwar
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    Re: When should I start my preparation for UPSC and MPSC exams? I am presently studying 12th Commerce.

    First of all you should focus on you 12th

    After completing your 12th

    Then if you want to go for upsc

    Start preparing for upsc or other competitive exam along with your graduation like with B.COM

    Best of luck

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    Re: When should I start my preparation for UPSC and MPSC exams? I am presently studying 12th Commerce.

    iam 12th pass so how many age limit in obc candidate

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