Intrigued by the immense possibilities that engineering and medical offer, quite a number of students dream of a successful career in it. But what they don’t realize is the immense hard work and efforts that need to be put in order to realize those dreams. What you need is a platform and mentor who would envision that journey with you. In line with accomplishing your goals, Aakash Institute is going to conduct Aakash National Talent Hunt Exam (ANTHE) on October 20, 2019. A brilliant score in ANTHE not only ensures a chance to win up to 100% scholarship and cash rewards but also gives you an opportunity to enroll with Aakash that helps you prepare for the various medical and engineering entrance exams, school/board exams and other competitive exams such as NTSE, KVPY, and Olympiads.
HOW TO PREPARE FOR ANTHE?
Given a large number of aspirants, the level of competition is getting tough every year. And in this age of fierce competition, among other factors, the key to perform well lies in preparing in advance. However, where students are taught what to study, how much to study, nobody ever teaches them how to study. How you study makes a lot of difference in your overall grade. And we believe by adopting the following strategies in your study methods you can gain an edge over others:
Better be early than late
When it comes to preparing for ANTHE or any exam, it is always better to start early than struggle at the last moment. Starting your preparations early not only helps you organize your studies better but also gives you ample time to dig deep into the concepts. You can strategically plan for the exam and cover the syllabus at a steady pace, without having to rush. In addition, it helps you understand the concepts and strengthens your fundamentals. It gives you the leisure of planning your study schedule in a way that helps you process what you have learnt, thereby helping your brain to understand and absorb better. What’s more, it helps you refrain from developing the habit of procrastination, thereby saving you from falling into the trap of procrastinators.
Know the syllabus and exam pattern
Knowing the syllabus and exam pattern is the prerequisite to understand and prepare for any examination whatsoever. It is imperative to thoroughly scan through the syllabus for the exam and make note of the weightage each chapter carries. Besides that, a thorough analysis of previous year papers or available ANTHE sample papers can help you understand the pattern of exam paper and what kinds of questions are asked, thereby giving you an edge over others. To download ANTHE sample papers and solutions click here: https://anthe.aakash.ac.in/downloads
Make every minute count by implementing a study plan
To prepare well, stick to a study plan that will keep you organized by helping you set goals and achieve them. You can plan what needs to be studied, when and for how long. A study plan helps you to tick off what is done and reminds you of how much is to be done, thereby encouraging you to keep pace with the schedule and saving time for other activities. Following a study schedule is also a great way to fend off procrastination if you are one of those who wait until the last minute. That said, there is nothing that improves productivity than a study schedule. Thus, implementing a study plan is a must for each one of you if you want to prepare well for ANTHE or any other exam.
Understand the Concepts
A good command over the subject is necessary to ace ANTHE. While studying from the NCERT textbook and other study material, emphasis should be laid on conceptual and application-based learning that encourages greater understanding of concepts which can be incorporated to tackle difficult areas. This will further enhance your performance and inculcate in you a higher degree of contentment. You should have a deep understanding of the subject and should be thorough with the theoretical aspects because as said, the race is half won if your fundamentals and concepts are clear.
Analyze your preparation level
Solving sample papers and mock papers not only identifies your strengths and spots weaknesses in advance but also improves your speed and accuracy. It helps gauge your competitive strength and gives you a fair and valid idea whether your preparation is thorough or not and if you need to brace up for the tough challenge ahead. Apart from that, solving sample papers and mock tests helps you complete all the questions in the given time frame and builds your confidence to crack the eventual test up ahead. To aid your preparation, Aakash has come up with a unique Mock Test Series for ANTHE test takers. These tests are a replica of actual ANTHE and will help you practice well for the ANTHE exam: https://anthe.aakash.ac.in/anthe-mock-test
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