NEET Preparation Tips

The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET-UG) is a competitive exam organized by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for candidates seeking admission to undergraduate MBBS and BDS courses all over India. NEET is highly competitive entrance exam where lakhs of students appear for examination to crack the NEET exam, but it can be cracked easily by implementing the tips and tricks. So, How to Prepare for NEET 2018. Here we are describing NEET Preparation Tips.

NEET Preparation Tips

1. Study Plan

  • Create  a study plan for your preparations.
  • Collect information about the complete NEET Syllabus and divide them equally as per your time so that every minor topic should get covered in your study plans.
  • Cover the syllabus for class 11th and 12th thoroughly encompassing both your concepts and practice.
  • Make short notes for preparations
  • Collect the Mock papers and Sample papers.
  • Concentrate on weaker sections
  • All three subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) are very important and students should give them equal importance.
  • Practice regularly.
  • Self-belief is most important as it generates a lot of positivity and gives boost to your confidence.

2.Know the syllabus

  • Collect the information about syllabus and prepared it according your time table.
  • collect the  previous question papers and mock papers and solved it.
  • Consider the NCERT syllabus.
  • Headlights all the important topics and formulas
  • Important Focus Areas for NEET 2018 are:Physics – Mechanics, Optics, Thermodynamics and Nuclear Physics Chemistry – Mole Concept, General Organic Chemistry, Periodic Table, Chemical Bonding, Coordination Chemistry Biology- Ecology and Environment, Genetics, Cell Biology; Morphology, Reproduction and Physiology of Plants and Animals; Basics of Biotechnology

3.Good study material

  • To scored good marks, NCERT are the best NEET books to prepare for the exam.
  • Mark the important questions at the time of practicing.
  • Practice sets should be the key component of a good book.
  • Try to refer the books which contain the complete syllabus as prescribed by CBSE.

Know which are the important topics for NEET Examination.

NEET Preparation Books

Physics Chemistry Biology
Problems in General Physics by I.E. Irodov Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations – R. C. Mukherjee Objective NCERT at Your Fingertips for NEET
The Feynman Lectures on Physics Vol. II & Vol. II Organic Chemistry – MConcise Inorganic Chemistry – J. D. Leeorrison and Boyd Trueman’s Elementary Biology Volume – I and Volume – II
Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick & Walker Organic Chemistry – Peter Sykes AC Dutta for Botany
Concepts of Physics Vol I and II by H.C. Verma Physical Chemistry for Medical Entrance by OP Tandon Books by T.L Rayar
The Feynman Lectures on Physics Vol. I (Mechanics. Radiation and Heat) Organic Chemistry – M. S. Chauhan 11th and 12th NCERT textbooks

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4.Maintain your health

  • During preparation, never ignore your health, so maintain your health
  • Avoid junk and oily foods and take healthy diet plans.
  • Having a sound sleep of 6-7 hours daily at night is a must.
  • Take fresh fruits and vegetables
  • At the time of preparation do yoga and meditation, it will help you to calm your mind, increasing inner peace, confidence and power of concentration.

5.Revision

  • Revision is crucial for your NEET Preparation.
  • Make sure you revise every topic thoroughly and prepare well every topic by revising time and again.
  • Prepare separate revision plan for last minute preparation.
  • At last revised all main topics and formules.
  • Revise the important reactions and equations and mechanisms.
study plan

SSC CGL study plan for 1 month: SSC CGL exam is conducted by SSC(Staff Selection Commission) every year. Exam takes four tiers. this Exam is controlled and organized by Government of India every year, for the purpose of recruiting staff for various posts in various Ministries and reputed Departments of the Government of India and in their Subordinate Offices. 

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ssc cgl important topics

SSC CGL exam is conducted by SSC(Staff Selection Commission) every year. Exam takes four tiers. this Exam is controlled and organized by Government of India every year, for the purpose of recruiting staff for various posts in various Ministries and reputed Departments of the Government of India and in their Subordinate Offices. Being a SSC Aspirants you must know all important topics for SSC CGL Tier I and Tier II. 

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JEE Main important topics

When we prepare for JEE Main we must know that our basics should be good enough. When we are preparing for JEE MAINS we prepare for smartly way because it needs a lots of concentration for the basics of the subjects. We need to focus on main topics then gives more weightage on JEE Main Exam. Here we are listing JEE Main important topics for preparation.

JEE Main Important Topics

Most important topic in Chemistry

Fundamentals concept
Topics Weightage
IUPAC Nomenclature
Periodic Table
Chemical Bonding 5%
Important and high score
Topics Weightage
Mole Concept 2%
Co-ordination Chemistry 5%
Alcohol, Phenols and Ethers 7%
p-Block elements 5%

Important with high weightage, so you can do prepare carefully:

Download JEE Main Syllabus

Topics Weightage
Atomic Structure 5%
Gaseous State 3%
Hydrocarbons 2%
Aldehydes and Ketones 5%
d & f Block Elements 5%
General Organic Chemistry 7%

other

 Topics  weightage
Chemical Equilibrium 3%
Ionic Equilibrium 3%
Thermodynamics 5%
Hydrogen and its Compounds
s-Block Elements 5%
Isomerism of Organic Compounds
Environmental Chemistry
Solid State
Chemical Kinetics
Electrochemistry
Solutions
Qualitative Salt Analysis
Alkyl Halides and Aryl Halides
Carboxylic Acids and their derivatives
Amines 2%
Biomolecules 1%
Polymers 1%
Metallurgy
Surface Chemistry 2%
Chemistry in Everyday Life 2%

Most important topic in Mathematics

Mathematics is the important part of JEE main Exam, so you must make your Math fundas strong if you want to follow any engineering field out there be it Computer Science or Mechanical Engineering.

Topic Weightage
Inverse Trigonometric Functions 2%
Circles and Family of Circles 6%
Sequence and Series 5%

Important and easy topics, so you can gain easily high scored-

Topic Weightage
Applications of Derivative 4%
Limit and Continuity 3%
Matrices and Determinants 4%
Straight Lines and Pair of Straight Lines 2%

Most Important topic, so do carefully prepare these topics whose given below:

Topic Weightage
3-D Geometry 5%
Probability and Statistics 7%
Vector Algebra 5%
Integration 8%
Complex Numbers 5%
Parabola 3%
Trigonometric Ratios 3%

Here is a list of the topics that candidates should study at once, and try to gain good scored by these topics . You can expect 3-4 questions from these topics:

Topics Weightage
Logarithms 1%
Quadratic Equations
Theory of Equations 5%
Sets, Relations and Functions 4%
Differentiation 2%
Permutation and Combination 1%
Binomial Theorem 1%
Locus
Hyperbola 2%
Ellipse 2%
Fundamentals of Mathematics
Solution of Triangle 1%

Most important topic in Physics

List of important Physics Topics for JEE 2017 By Syllabus Weightage

These are the most basic concepts. You can expect at-least 1 question from these topics:

Topics Weightage
Units and Dimensions 2%
Measurements of errors 2%
Vectors

The main fundamentals topics are-

Topics Weightage
Kinematics 1%
Newton’s law of motions 4%
Frictions

Some topics are important and easy for JEE Main Preparations and you can gain high score :

Topics Weightage
Work, Energy and Power 5
Electrostatics 6
Current Electricity 7
Wave Optics 5
Ray Optics 6

9 important topics are most importants

Topics Weightage
Centre of Mass, Momentum and Collision 5%
Rotational Dynamics 4%
Simple Harmonic Motion 5%
Fluid Mechanics 2-5%
Wave Motion and String Waves 5%
Magnetism 6%
Heat & Thermodynamics 6%(It is the most important topic for both physics and chemistry)
Nuclear Physics 5%
Modern Physics 5%

Some topics are

Topics Weightage
Circular Motion  1%
Gravitation  1%
Properties of Matter, Elasticity  2%
Sound Waves
Electromagnetic Induction  3%
Alternating Current  1%
Heat Transfer
Calorimetry
Themal Expansion & Thermo Electricity
Semiconductors and Electronic Devices  5%
Communication Systems  2%
CAT Preparation Tips

CAT (Common Admission Test) is one of the toughest exam to crack. CAT is known as common admission test. It is the gateway to getting into honored IIMs and other top B-schools of India. So, how to crack the CAT 2018. Tips are always helpful for preparation because there you will get all the information like how to prepare, how to manage your time, by which way we need to go with.Here we are sharing CAT preparation tips, read them carefully and try to prepare very well.

CAT Preparation tips

Information about syllabus

This is a useful tip for almost any exam. Understand the syllabus by going through past year’s papers and official guidelines. The four fundamental of CAT Exams 2018-

  • Quantitative Ability
  • Data Interpretation
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Verbal Ability

Study Plan

  • Prepare your own time table and manage with your time equally  for all the subjects.
  • Analyzes your strengths and weakness.
  • Collect all the details about syllabus and cover each topics in your preparation.
  • Gather the all previous questions  paper and mock papers and solved it
  • Maintain your time during study.
  • If you have a lot time, you can join coaching. But self study study is the best study. Coaching will only give you good guidance.
  • Focus more on topics in which you are making errors, focus more on the topics in which you aren’t answering questions. Focus less on topics in which you are already scoring well.

To improve in the verbal section

  • Reading newspapers on the daily basis.
  • Improve your reasoning skills.
  • Try to attempt the Reading Comprehension at the beginning and quickly.
  • Read newspapers, magazines and articles on daily basis.
  • Candidates should work on improving your grammar part and practice reading a lot.
  • Collect Mock papers and solve it.

Maintain Time

  • Students must give equal weightage to all the subjects and prepare for them as per your prepared time-table.
  • Include short breaks of  15 minutes between long hours of study.
  • Maintaining a proper schedule for every task that you do can lead you to success.
  • At last time, don’t try to start new topic.

Stay health

  • During preparation, never ignore your health, so maintain your health
  • Take fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Avoid junk food and heavy diet.
  • At the time of preparation do yoga and meditation, it will help you to calm your mind, increasing inner peace, confidence and power of concentration.
  • Never over stress yourself and try to get sleep for at least six to eight hours.

Revision

  • Make sure you revise every topic thoroughly and prepare well every topic by revising time and again.
  • Prepare separate revision plan for last minute preparation.
  • At last revised all main topics and formulas.
  • A week before, Don’t try to solve any new topic or take Mock tests.
  • Relax your body and brain.
  • Don’t solve or revise any questions just a day before.

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SSC CHSL Preparation Tips

Staff service commission conducted recruitment exam for the fulfillment of various central government jobs. So every year lac of candidates are participated for the CHSL exam and few of them are selected in this exam and select for the some of the government post. So here we are sharing SSC CHSL preparation tips which helps you while preparing your syllabus.

 SSC CHSL Preparation Tips

Know the Correct SSC CHSL Exam Pattern   

The SSC CHSL 2017 Exam Pattern is:

Part Subject No. of Ques Max Marks No. of
Shifts and Time
I General Intelligence 25 50 Shift I: 10:00 AM  to 11:15 AM
Shift II: 4:15 PM
to 5:30 PM10th Jan to 8th Feb:
Shift I: 10:00 AM
to 11:15 AM
Shift II: 1:15 PM to 2:30 PM
Shift III: 4:15 PM to 5:30 PM
II English
Language
25 50
III Quantitative Aptitude 25 50
IV General Awareness 25 50

Exam Pattern

Before starting preparation, it is very important to know the exam pattern and syllabus. SSC CHSL Exam will be organized in three tiers-

Tier 1: Objective Test:– This is an online exam of 200 marks and 100 MCQs. The time duration is 75 minutes.There are four sections in this exam-
Quantitative Aptitude
General Intelligence
English Language
General Awareness/General Knowledge

Tier 2: Descriptive Test:- This is a pen and paper mode of 100 marks. It includes-
Essay and Letter or Application, In English or Hindi language.

Tier3: Skill Test / Typing Test:-
Typing Test English Medium 35 words/minute, Hindi Medium 30 words/minute
Skill Test (Data Entry Operator) sheet containing 2000-2200 strokes would be offered. The candidates are required to enter it on the computer at a speed of 8,000 key depressions an hour. These marks are only possible with a rational strategy.

Study Schedule

  • Create your own time table and followed it.
  • Read the news papers daily and stay in touch with current events and important news.
  • Gather the syllabus from the SSC official website.
  • Manage time for every particular sections.
  • Get a basic idea previous cut off marks and then start study.  If previous cut off is very high then competition for the current year will be high.
  • Clear the concept basic of maths.
  • Practicing is the ultimate key to success

Read: SSC CGL Preparation Tips

SSC CHSL Preparation tips For English Language:

  • Read  newspapers on the daily basis and stay updated with current news and events.
  • Candidates should have good knowledge about English grammar rules and its correct usage.
  • Try to attempt the Reading Comprehension at the beginning and quickly.
  • Try improving your grammatical skills and knowledge.
  • Collect the previous question papers and solved them.
  • English Language section are-
    • Sentence Improvement
    • reading comprehension
    • Synonym/Antonym
    • one-word substitution
    • Spotting Errors
  • Practice at least 10-20 comprehension passages everyday.
  • Around five questions are expected from Comprehensive Passages.
  • Preparation of CLOZE TEST- Make it easier and try to find the logic behind the phrase.
  • Follow the Grammar rules, so that you have a clear idea of sentence structuring.
  • Preparation of Idioms & Phrases – This section might comprise of 4 questions only.
  • For this section, candidate have only one trick, and that is going through all the questions from previous year papers.
  • Preparation of Synonyms & Antonyms- Approximately two questions will be asked from this section. Try to grasp more and more words from your surroundings.
  • Daily search new word and check the meaning and make the sentences with antonym and synonyms.

SSC CHSL Preparation tips for General Intelligence:

  • It is based on Verbal and Non verbal. It includes- Semantic Analogy, Symbolic operations, Symbolic/Number Analogy, Trends, Figural Analogy, Space Orientation ,Semantic Classification, Venn Diagrams, Symbolic/ Number Classification, Drawing inferences, Figural Classification, Punched hole/ pattern-folding & unfolding , Semantic Series,
  • Figural Pattern – folding and completion, Number Series, Embedded figures, Figural Series, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Emotional Intelligence, Word Building, Social Intelligence, Coding and de-coding, Other sub-topics, if any Numerical operations.
  • Give online paper and analyse your current level of preparation.
  • More practice of previous question  papers.

SSC CHSL Preparation tips for Quantitative Aptitude:

  • The Quantitative Aptitude  may be the most difficult and time consuming section among all the sections of the Tier I paper.
  • It also comprises of 25 questions worth 2 marks each. You should invest no more than 25 minutes in this section.
  • This section is related to Arithmetic, Simplification, Number System, Trigonometry, Geometry, Data Interpretation, Average, Percentage, Ratio & Proportion, Probability,  Interest, Profit & Loss, Time Speed & Distance, Time & Work, Number Series etc. are asked in this section.
  • Clear the concept and formulas.
  • Spend more time with these topics- Simplification, interest, percentages, ratio and proportion and age-problems. These are easy topics and good scoring topics.
  • Some topics are scoring but take more times to solve, these topics are- Profit and loss, number series, mensuration, number systems, speed and distance, etc.
  • Learn all the important formulas  and time yourself while practicing.

SSC CHSL Preparation tips for General Awareness:

  • Solve last year papers.
  • It depends on your general knowledge.
  • updated with current affairs and daily news events.
  • If you are well prepared in this section, it would take you no more than 10-15 minutes in attempting the entire section.
  • Only attempt those questions which you are sure about.
  • You can save the time in General Awareness.
  • Collect the information about Culture, Indian History, Geography (India+World), Environment, Economy and Polity.
SSC CGL Preparation Tips

Time management is the most important tips to cracking any exam but when it is all about the government exam then we need much more preparation. We had a talk with some previous candidates who cracked SSC CGL with good marks then they tell us all about the exam and how they crack and what are things which create huge amount of problem in front of them. Then a common problem arises i.e. to manage time at preparation time as well exam time. Here we are listed best SSC CGL preparation tips.

SSC CGL preparation Tips:

Every year conducts CGL (combined graduate level) exam to fill various seats in government departments. Every year candidates prepare for SSC CGL Exam without coaching and self-study. At least 3 months preparation is necessary for cracking SSC CGL Tier. So prepare the SSC CGL exam with self study and considered the exam pattern. 

The four fundamental topics of SSC are-

  • General English
  • General Awareness
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • Reasoning

Be ready with the SSC CGL Tier I 2017 Exam Pattern

The SSC CGL Tier I 2018 Exam Pattern has been given below.

Subject Qs Marks Time
General
Intelligence
& Reasoning
25 50 60 min
(Total)
For VH &
Candidates
suffering from
Cerebral Palsy:
80 min
General
Awareness
25 50
Quantitative
Aptitude
25 50
English
Language
25 50
Total 100 200

Study plan –

  • Create your own time table and followed it.
  • divide the time for all subjects.
  • Gather the all previous papers and solve it.
  • Manage your time.
  • Always start the paper with the easier sections like General Awareness. Complete all the other sections before moving to the Quantitative Aptitude Section.

Begin your General Intelligence And Reasoning preparation here

  • Collect the previous question papers  and solved them.
  • Improve your speed for reasoning.
  • manage the time
  • Practice 50-100 General Intelligence and Reasoning Questions everyday.
  • More practice for General Intelligence.
  • You will have practiced at least 2000 questions of GI and reasoning before  actual exam.

Then preparation your Quantitative Aptitude

  • The Quantitative Aptitude  may be the most difficult and time consuming section among all the sections of the Tier I paper.
  • It also comprises of 25 questions worth 2 marks each. You should invest no more than 25 minutes in this section.
  • This section is related to Arithmetic, Simplification, Number System, Trigonometry, Geometry, Data Interpretation, Average, Percentage, Ratio & Proportion, Probability,  Interest, Profit & Loss, Time Speed & Distance, Time & Work, Number Series etc. are asked in this section.
  • Clear the concept and formulas.
  • Spend more time with these topics- Simplification, interest, percentages, ratio and proportion and age-problems. These are easy topics and good scoring topics.
  • Some topics are scoring but take more times to solve, these topics are- Profit and loss, number series, mensuration, number systems, speed and distance, etc.
  • Learn all the important formulas  and time yourself while practicing.

Then preparation your English Language

  • Try to attempt the Reading Comprehension at the beginning and quickly.
  • Read newspapers, magazines and articles on daily basis.
  • Candidates should work on improving your grammar part and practice reading a lot.
  • Collect Mock papers and solve it.
  • Practice at least 10-20 comprehension passages everyday.
  • Vocabulary- Daily search new word and check the meaning and make the sentences with antonym and
  • More focus on topics:
    • Sentence Improvement
    • Reading comprehension
    • Synonym/Antonym
    • One-word substitution
    • Spotting Errors

Then preparation of General Awareness

  • Solve last year papers.
  • updated with current affairs and daily news events.
  • If you are well prepared in this section, it would take you no more than 10-15 minutes in attempting the entire section.
  • Only attempt those questions which you are sure about.
  • You can save the time in General Awareness.
  • Collect the information about Culture, Indian History, Geography (India+World), Environment, Economy and Polity.
CDS Preparation Tips

In this article you will get CDS Preparation Tips, How to prepare for CDS Examination. Combined Defence Services (CDS) is an exam organized by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). It conducted the two times in year (CDS1 & CDS2). This exam enables candidates to get recruited into the:

  • Indian Military Academy (IMA) in Dehradun for permanent commission in the Indian Army
  • Officers Training Academy (OTA) in Chennai for short-service commission in the Indian Army
  • Naval Academy Goa, for Commission in the General Services in the Indian Navy
  • Air Force Academy, Begumpet, Hyderabad for Commission in the Indian Air Force.

CDS Preparation Tips

How to Prepare for UPSC CDS Exam?

Study Plan

  • For study plan, create your own time table and follow it properly.
  • Time Management.
  • Analysis the study material and syllabus of CDS Exam.
  • Collect the  previous question papers and mock papers, and solved it.
  • Prepare own notes and collect the books and note topic wise etc.
  • Check the complete guide to prepare for CDS Exam subject wise.
  • Divide the time for all subjects and do well preparations.
  • Consider various preparation sources like books, e-books, online preparation, online groupds, blogs etc.
  • Always solve 15-20 previous question papers and find out where you are lacking, focus on topics which you are sure about and you will succeed without any doubt.

If candidate follow this plan, surely you crack the CDS Exam is first attempt.

How to Prepare English for CDS Exam

CDS Preparation tips for English –

Most of the candidates are afraid of English section and not gain enough marks in English section and always keep on searching the perfect answer for “How to prepare CDS English Paper?”

English question paper includes 120 questions of 100 marks with a time duration of 02 hours. Through this paper, examiner tests your basic English skills in many ways and different types of Grammar and Vocabulary questions. Let’s check the CDS Exam English preparation tips :

  • Check Complete CDS English syllabus first.
  • To prepare for English,  you can improve your reading habit via many sources like English Newspapers, Magazines, Notes, books etc. and also enhance your English writing, English speaking, and English listening habits.
  • Create a comprehensive list of all the important formulas
  • Search new words lists on a daily basis and try to use it in many sentence.
  • Prepare Time management for all grammar and vocabulary sections. Give more time to weak sections.
  • Check and try to solve UPSC CDS Last Year English question papers.
  • Divide all sections and prepare them all one by one.
  • One can refer to basic grammar books to clear the concept.

How to Prepare General Knowledge (GK) for CDS Exam?

CDS Preparation tips for GK  

CDS General Knowledge paper is an objective type paper of 100 marks with 120 questions.

GK Paper questions include mainly topics from Constitution, History, Economy, Geography, Politics, Navy & Military and Latest current affairs etc. You can easily get right answer to question “How to prepare for CDS, GK Paper?”, by trying these given easy steps to prepare for CDS Exam.

  • Check CDS GK Syllabus First.
  • Read Newspapers on a daily basis and watch television for the latest happenings in and around the world. This habit increases your overall General knowledge.
  • Collect  some magazines and notes that cover various topics ranging from economy to business to trade policies to the latest awardees in the fields of sports, art, literature etc. And then prepare.
  • Do more practice with Online GK test for CDS Exam via CDS mock test, CDS speed test, and CDS practice papers.
  • Collect the last year question papers and solve it. It will give you an idea as to which topics to concentrate on.

How to Prepare Mathematics for CDS Exam

CDS Preparation tips for Mathematics

UPSC CDS Elementary Mathematics paper contains 100 objective type questions of total 100 marks.

This paper standard is almost similar to matriculation. Check How to prepare CDS Maths Paper? It includes questions from Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry etc.

  • Check Complete CDS Maths syllabus first.
  • Collect important formulas, theorems, and tips. Check some of the Geometry formulas for Circle, Rectangle, Square, tangents etc. Speed Distance and Time-related questions, Math Formula For Area & surface area, Math Formula For Volume, Maths Formulas Of Number System etc to prepare for CDS.
  • Practice more and more to get success in maths. Try more questions to solve.
  • Learn Maths important formulas and write down all in one place for last minute preparation.
  • Collect the previous question paper and then solve it. Try more last year paper to solve.
  • Revised all the topics.
  • Buy CDS Maths question syllabus books for better understanding of concept.

How to Prepare for UPSC CDS Physical & Medical Exam?

Those students who are going to participate in UPSC Examination 2018 must be physically and mentally fit and fine with no mental breakdown record in the past.

The physical and medical test also plays an important role in this Exam, so you should be prepared for it.

  • Must put your weight and height on a standard scale. So regular exercise and running are must.
  • Must check up your whole body before examination for any type of disease.

Medical Interview

All participants must go through a medical test only when they clear the SSB interview and there may be different criteria for all forces Army, Navy, and Air Force.

  • Regular exercise keeps you fit and fine with proper weight. Take a full checkup of your whole body to clear the doubt of any type of hidden disease so that you can cure it at the right time.
  • Do yoga and meditation regularly.
  • Eat healthy and take fresh vegetables and fruits.
  • Have yourself medically examined before you take the exam, just to avoid any surprises

Personal Interview – Intelligence and Personality Test
How to prepare for CDS Interview?

  • Those candidates who successfully qualify the written test, are called for Intelligence and Personality test which will be conducted by the Services Selection Board (SSB).
  • Train your mind to think clearly, rationally and logically.
  • Train yourself to respect your seniors and juniors

This test judge a candidate’s intelligence, personality, and his ability to be chosen as an officer in the Defence Forces. There are several components included in the test like Psychological Tests, Group Discussion, Intelligence Tests, Outdoor activities, Opinion on issues, Physical Fitness etc.

Here are few tips /tricks to help you clear this test.

  • Self-confidence – Develop your self confidence. You should have the ability to express yourself in a wonderful manner with a positive energy. having the courage and cheerful attitude.
  • Sharp your communication skills.
  • Improve and increases General awareness about all around the country and world.
  • Present a nice personality  in the front of the panel. You should have the ability to impress them by the way of talking and other activities what you do there.
  • Try to conceive yourself a team leader which will help in successfully carrying out teamwork.
  • Think before doing and behave like an officer (proper manner and respectfully).
BITSAT Preparation Tips

BITS Admission Test (BITSAT) is conducted by the Birla Institute of Technology and Science. It is a considered University, which organized the BITSAT entrance exam through online mode. Students can also get admission in its affiliated campuses of Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad. It is the university level private engineering entrance exam to get admission into bachelor degree programme of BITS, Pilani. In this article you will get BITSAT preparation tips, how to prepare for the entrance exam.

BITSAT Preparation Tips

Cracking an exam is not a easy task you need to work hard with smartest way. BITSAT is the top level entrance exam for admission in BITS campuses. Here we are listing BITSAT preparation tips which will help the students for preparation:

How To Prepare for BITSAT Exam

  1. A well-devised study plan
  2. Regular practice
  3. Mock tests
  4. Thorough revision
  5. Personalisation

Study Plan your Preparation

  • Candidates should make a proper study plan for their preparations.
  • Create your own time table for study
  • While studying, make it a habit to take notes.
  • Collect the details about the test and its exam pattern.
  • Analysis the syllabus and previous question papers.
  • Solve last 5 year question papers.
  • Clear basic concepts and make short notes.
  • Revised all the main topics.
  • Manage your time efficiently will be possible only through strategic planning and regular practice.

Manage your Time

“Time Management is the Key to crack any exam”

  • manage your time according to your daily routine.
  • Give some extra time on those topics in which you are feeling difficulty.
  • Maintaining a proper schedule for every task that you do can lead you to success.
  • Prepare your time-table according to the syllabus. And include short breaks in your time table.

Select the best Study Material

  • Refer good books for their exam preparation.
  • Candidates may also prepare from the study materials available on the internet.
  • Collect the information of BITSAT Syllabus.
  • Gather the old previous question paper and solve it.
  • Focus on your study.
  • Highlight the main topics.
  • Solve BITSAT sample papers.
  • Candidate can practice mock test and last year papers. with the help of mock test you can analyze your performance.

Stay Healthy

Never ignore your health during the exam preparation.Health is the important part of our study so maintain your health .

  • Take a proper sleep for at least seven to eight hours per day.
  • Take healthy & nutritious diet.
  • Meditation or Yoga may help you to concentrate on your studies.
  • Avoid junk food and unhealthy food.
  • Take fresh fruits and vegetables.
  • Never over stress during study.

If you maintain your health then you can focus on your study, and prepare the all the subjects. So ,maintain your health..

Do timely revision

  • After completing a topic, the next stage is revision.
  • Timely revision will help you stay on top your preparation as the topics you have read will stay fresh in your mind.
  • Prepare separate revision plan for last minute preparation.
  • If you have maintained notes, you can also use them to revise what you have read, and it will be a much faster process.
  • Make sure you revise every topic thoroughly and prepare well every topic by revising time and again.
  • Prepare separate revision plan for last minute preparation.
  • At last time, revised all main topics and notes.
JEE Main Preparation Tips

CBSE conducts JEE every year to admit meritorious students to several IITs located across the country. JEE Main is one of the major engineering exams for all the 10+2 engineering aspirants. JEE Main Preparation is a laborious exercise which requires proper strategy and plan. JEE Main exam is a gateway to some of the top engineering institutes such as IITs, NITs, IIITs, etc. In this article you will complete list of preparation tips for JEE Main.

JEE is conducted in two phases; JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Students have to prepare in a best possible way to crack JEE Main and JEE Advance Exam.

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