AP PSC Previous Papers | Sample Papers For Constable, Lecturer and Various Posts

AP PSC Previous Papers

AP PSC Previous Papers are here on this page. The aspirants who are willing to prepare for the AP PSC examination must have clear knowledge about the syllabus. Not only the syllabus exam pattern is also played very important role in any examination preparation. So my advice to all AP PSC aspirants is to practice previous papers.

AP Public Service Commission previous papers will help you a lot while you are preparing for the test. You are able to understand the exam pattern by seeing sample papers. If you practice a number of model papers you can get time management skills. So make use of previous papers in your preparation. We are providing previous papers of Andhra Pradesh PSC recruitment here in this job portal. So anyone can easily download this question papers from our site.

AP PSC means Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission and it came into existence in the year 1956. Initially, AP PSC is known as Andhra Service Commission. Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission was formed by combining Andhra PSC and Hyderabad PSCs.

The main functionality of AP PSC is to hire efficient manpower for the sake of Andhra Pradesh Government. Recently Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission decided to fill 33738 vacant positions in AP Government sector. So that AP PSC recently published an official news regarding available vacancies. So interested contenders can send their application forms to the officials.

Here You Will Get Following Info

  • Andhra Pradesh PSC Previous Papers.
  • Steps to download Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission previous papers.
  • Detailed syllabus for AP PSC recruitment.
  • AP PSC wrote test pattern.

Name of the board: Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission.

Official website of AP PSC: www.apspsc.gov.in.

AP PSC is currently hiring for the Suitable candidate for constables, lecturers, Agriculture extension officers, Civil assistant surgeons and various.

Total number of vacancies: 33738 vacancies.

Andhra Pradesh PSC Model Papers – Exam Pattern

The aspirants who are going to appear for the AP PSC recruitment can check the detailed exam pattern here. Exam pattern of Andhra Pradesh PSC will be vary depending on job category. The candidates who have applied for lecturer job they should face two rounds of written test. Whereas police applicant has to clear one round of written and remaining PET test. So the better way of getting exam pattern is studying the model papers and AP PSC Previous Papers. All applicants can download the previous papers which are given here and this question papers will help you in analyzing exam pattern.

Andhra Pradesh PSC Sample Question Papers – Syllabus

Here in this article, you can get syllabus of AP PSC recruitment notification. We gathered Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission syllabus for various posts and mentioned here. Syllabus of this notification is formed following given subjects. AP PSC 2016 applicants can follow given syllabus. You can check given previous question papers to the better understanding of syllabus. With help of sample question papers, you can estimate the level of toughness of examination. Use AP PSC Previous Papers to know important topics form given syllabus. You can also download the syllabus from our website.

Instructions To Download AP PSC Old Question Papers

  • Visit our website www.govrecruitment.com.
  • On this site look for previous papers category.
  • Then you can search for AP PSC Previous Papers.
  • The download is given old question papers by using given links.

Download AP PSC Previous Question Papers

The applicants who are preparing for Andhra Pradesh PSC jobs can download AP PSC Previous Papers for reference. Direct links are given here to download previous question papers.

Direct Links:

Andhra Pradesh PSC General Studies 2011 Paper

Andhra Pradesh PSC General Studies 2012 Question paper

AP PSC Lecturer previous question paper

AP PSC Commerce Lecturer old question paper

 APPSC Asst.Civil Surgeon Paper – I – 2012