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    How To Prepare Entrance Exams

    Prepare For Entrance Exams:
    1. Create a practical study plan
    Students usually spend more time in planning than actually executing those plans. Planning is art of the possible.
    2. Know your strength and weakness
    Everyone has specific strengths and everyone has specific weaknesses. It?s pretty certain that if you are not clear on your weaknesses then you are not clear on your strengths either.
    3. Use fewer books for theory
    Students have a habit of referring innumerable books for each subject even though most of them convey the same thing.
    4. Read the questions cautiously
    Examiners try to trap students by playing around with the question and options. So read the question carefully to understand what is required and see the options with great concentration.
    5. Plan your exam strategy
    Planning the way you attempt various questions is quite crucial to crack the entrance exam. You do not have to approach the question paper the way it is intended to be.
    6. Train your mind for the exam
    Your mind should be prepared to perform well during an exam. This requires consistency over a long period of time.
    7. Practice previous year papers
    Practicing previous year question papers should be left for the last couple of months before an exam.
    8. Use our cheat-sheet to revise formulas
    Our experts have created cheat sheets which you can refer anytime you have a doubt or forget a formula.
    9. Use method of elimination
    Whenever in doubt use method of elimination to your rescue. Start by eliminating 2 options which have the least possibility of being correct.
    10. Learn all the shortcuts
    Every student has shortcuts which they use to prepare for entrance exams. Be it for remembering formulas or memorizing charts, use shortcuts to save your time. There are some standard shortcuts which you can tap into but creating your own wouldn?t harm either.
    11. Stay Physically and Mentally Balanced
    Keeping yourself and your mind healthy is quite neglected during exam preparation but it can have adverse effects in the final outcome. Exercise daily and sleep well so that your mind and body are fresh when you are taking the exam.
    12. Practice, Practice, Practice.
    Finally, there is no substitute for practice. 70% of exam preparation is practice. Use this time very effectively by using our platform which can help you plan, save time and improve accuracy.

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    hello Ajay,
    It is a very nice topic you have started in the discussion. After graduation candidates start to prepare fo top government jobs exams or another entrance exams.
    To prepare for any competitive exam or entrance exam, it is very important to make a strategy or study plan. And to make a strategy you should be aware of the complete information like eligibility syllabus and exam pattern of the exam.
    syllabus and exam pattern will help you to understand the paper in the exam time. you have discussed very important facts here like:
    *time management is an important thing for any exam. you should practice old question paper according to exam pattern.
    *you should keep practicing with the old question papers and mock test papers for the exam.
    *Don't forget to revise what you have read till the exam date. revision makes your concepts stronger and allows you to keep remember the things in the examination hall.
    and the most important thing is confidence. Be positive and be confident with your hard work.

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    Thats true....You have jotted down exact points which are required for any law or other competitive exams. Practice sessions and mock tests are very important. There are no shortcuts.

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    You must follow these tips to prepare for entrance exams:

    1. Before starting your preparation you must be aware of the syllabus and pattern for the exam. You also need to be aware of the marking schemes of that exam.

    2. You must start your preparation in advance, so you can get enough time for your revision. Start you preparation 5-6 months before the exam and study for at least 5-6 hours daily or more.

    3. You must take mock tests related to that exam. It helps you to identify the exam pattern and the type of questions which will be asked. Mock tests are available online on many websites. Try to solve it on your own. You get to know how much you have prepared for the exam.

    4. You must select best books for your preparation. There are many books available for preparation. Before buying any of the book, you need to do a good research on that book. Some books are good some are not, so, buy as per your research. You can also find the books on e-commerce websites like Amazon, Flipkart, etc.

    5. During your exam preparation, you need to make notes of all the important topics which will be coming in the exam. It will help you in the last minute preparation.

    6. Practice previous years question papers for that exam.

    Hope these tips will help you to crack exams.

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