The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test date is finally out which is going to be held on July 26 which means that only two months are left with students for preparation. Are you worried? Well, the best thing is that you still have a lot of time but ensure to make the best use of this time and from now on every single minute & second is really important for students. If you want to clear this entrance test in one go then you need to start studying from now and have to invest an ample amount of hard work.
This article highlights the few useful points that will help each student prepare for their exam.
Work on your weakest area
There are lots of students running from the topics they don’t like or in which they think they ‘are weak. Are you also one of those students? If that’s the case then you have to stop running. One must examine their weak point and start working on it. When practicing question paper or mock tests from the previous year, students need to figure out the mistakes they made carefully, because doing so would help students identify the kind of mistakes, they are prone to which can then be corrected.
Ensure to read every question carefully
At the time of the test, most students are in a rush and stressed out for completing the paper on time and thus they never read questions carefully and skip the important details. As a result, students go out of the context while answering the questions. That’s why it is very important to read every question carefully before answering any questions and if it’s a difficult question then make a key note about the answer you know and then try to connect with it later. Once you’re finished with your answers, re-read it carefully, this will prevent you from making silly mistakes.
Enhance organizational skills
After the question paper, make sure you manage your rough sheet, write your formulas or key points on it. When answering questions if you write any important quote or terms make sure you highlight it or emphasize it, as this will make the checker understand that you are well prepared
Focus on OMR sheet
There are also students who do not concentrate on the OMR sheet when filling it out, they just place it for the end and, as a result, they end up marking the options incorrectly because there is less time. That is why make sure that the circles are dimmed in a precise manner and that the OMR sheet is always filled side by side when solving the questions. In addition, avoid partially filling out several circles on the same query. To prevent these mistakes, mark your answers correctly on the OMR sheet as you resolve the test papers.
Make sure you do your revision on a regular basis because this will improve your writing pace and make your mind more effective and prepared. Seek to solve as many mock tests and previous year papers. Not only this, give yourself a test and do it the same way as if you are sitting in the exam hall. Place a timer and try to fix the problem within a time period as that will improve your morale and save your time, note that competitive exams are all about pace and precision, and daily study and writing practice will help you clear the exam.
Systematically plan your exam Strategy
Students should aspire towards allocating adequate time to the different sections of the paper and leave the portion which they are finding tough for the end. In addition to this, keep track of the time so that they manage to complete the paper on time. Also avoid dedicating too much time on a single question. Instead, diligently work towards comp
It’s understandable that before the exams many students get pissed off and nervous, but that’s wrong, you’ve got to make sure your mind is calm and you’re giving your body the right time. When your mind and body are healthy then you can only prepare for your exams so try to relax your nerves and control your stress levels.
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Author: Kriti Kohli
Kriti is an active blogger with decent experience in the education industry. She researches on various topics related to education & various other competitive exams and pens down her research in the form of articles & blogs. She performs extensive research, adds several crucial information, inputs and statistics in her write-ups. When she is not writing, she loves wandering around the hills, as exploring nature excites her the most.