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In the age of mobile phones and computers, good handwriting seems to be the casualty. However, it’s handwriting that can make or break your chances of success in the Civil Services mains exams. This is because handwriting says a lot about your personality and just a casual look of the script of your answers can decide your fate in this exam. Therefore paying huge attention on developing your handwriting, it is essential, if you are appearing for the civil services mains exams.

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There could be many tips to help you improve your handwriting, but in the final count its practice and more practice that matters alone.
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