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Entrance Exams Preparation Tips
(a) Revise and re-revise. At least 3-4 revisions are a must before you start taking mock tests.
(c) Buy objective books and practice answering questions. Attempt questions one by one and when you are finished, correct your responses.
(d) Test yourself on individual topics. Once you feel you are doing well in a given topic, obtain a sample test for the subject. Evaluate your performance, and continue revising if needed.
(e) Take mock tests (of the same three and a half hour length) one month prior to the test.
(g) Evaluate how many questions you marked incorrectly. Identify problem topics and revise before proceeding to the next chapter or next section.
(h) Do not study the day before the test. What you have studied until then is enough. Do not think at all. Relax, go for a walk, sleep or listen to music. Recharge your energy for the next day.
(i) Many candidates use coaching centers or private tutors to prepare. You may choose to do so, but before choosing one, identify your needs.
(j) Do not buy too many books. It’s better to read one book 10 times than read 10 books one time.
(k) Sample test questions will give you a feel for what the test looks like. Make sure to go through these before test day.
(l) Stop reading new fundamentals just before the exam. One month before the exam, concentrate on taking mock tests and revise what you have studied.
(m) Have a light snack before leaving for the examination center. This is a must to keep you energized during exam. Keep a water bottle with you during the exam, this will not only help with thirst, but help you to maintain a cool temperament during the examination.
(n) Reach your examination center at least 30-40 minutes in advance to avoid any last minute hassle.