How to get Success in Written Test

Brother! For having an effective preparation for GK 100 marks tests, The Carvan Publishers' book by Ahmad Najeeb proves highly instrumental in making preparation potent enough to perform better. There are certain other good Books of GK MCQs also available in the market which have the same contents and scheme .However, this book owing to its less number of errors and mistakes distinguishes it from those.

In addition to this, now-a-days, Imtiaz shahid's book of solved PPSC tests has assumed the status of a compulsory read. That book helps at two levels.
Firstly, a good number of questions get repeated and one finds oneself in a highly comfortable position in the paper.
Secondly, those papers provide you an idea as what trends are going on in the tests and what things are to be focused and prepared on priority.
Like in one of the tests they asked where King Akbar is buried.
Now firstly this question may get repeated.
Secondly, it gives an idea that in the upcoming test they may ask about some other Mughal or Muslim King's place of burial. Then, one finds from books or searches from internet as where remaining famous Mughal Emperors and Slateen e Delhi are buried. This is just an example to explain the idea. In this way, by following past papers not only one brightens the chances of finding those questions getting repeated in the paper , but more importantly one starts anticipating the expected questions and the trends binge followed.
That is how, in my opinion, one may brighten one's prospects of performing impressive in such tests.

Tasawar Bosal