BPSC 66th Mains Paper and Previous Question Year Paper: The Bihar Public Service Commission holds the Bihar Combined Competitive Examination to fill positions in the Bihar government’s various ministries. The organisation releases prior year questions for practice purposes to assist candidates with their BPSC Preparation plan.
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BPSC Previous Year Question Papers
There are numerous advantages to solving practice problems and previous year’s papers. Candidates can access prior years’ BPSC Exam question papers, as well as their answer keys, by clicking on the links below.
BPSC Mains 2021 Question Papers
|G.S. Paper 1|
|G.S. Paper 2|
BPSC Mains 2021 Optional Papers
|Labor & Social Welfare||Download|
BPSC Prelims Previous Year Papers
BPSC 2019 Mains Previous Year Question Papers
|Mains (Subjects)||Previous Papers|
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|GS Paper 2||Download|
|Hindi Language and Literature||Download|
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In addition to consulting the top BPSC books, practising all of the past years’ questions provides an additional benefit, as many questions are repeated over time. Solving these exams allows students to become familiar with the recent BPSC exam pattern trends.
The BPSC 2022 exam application process will begin in June 2022 (tentatively). To apply, candidates must complete the Application Forms. They must, however, review the Eligibility Criteria before applying for the position.
BPSC Question Paper FAQs
Prepare for the exam by using the best books and solving previous years BPSC question papers and sample papers.
Solving the BPSC previous year papers can help you in understanding the exam pattern, syllabus, marching scheme and managing time.
A total of 150 questions are asked in the BPSC prelims exam.
There is no negative marking.