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ayahoo
Posted: Wed May 17, 2017 11:35 pm Reply with quote
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When you are getting ready for competitive exams, there are a few things you must keep in mind. First and foremost, prepare for them properly. If you are facing problems while getting ready for an competitive exam and don’t know exactly what you should do in order to ace it, then this is the post you should be reading. In this article we are going to tell you about the do’s and don’ts of doing well in an exam and how you can do well for yourself by doing the right things. Always remember that its not always about studying hard but studying enough.

1. Read the text thoroughly: Next what you should do is read the text properly and thoroughly. If needed, read every chapter thrice. Make sure you have seen the headings, the introductory part properly, the sub heading etc. It will surely give you a good idea of what will be coming for your exam.

2. Remember the keywords: Second, what you should do is remember the keywords. For that, you can highlight them and whenever you are studying, keep them in mind. The keywords are very important and shall be needed when you are getting ready for an exam. They will also help you remember.

3. Save enough time for revision: When you are getting ready for an exam, don’t forget to revise. It can really help you remember a lot of important stuff during exams. Make sure to revise at least 2-3 times before you sit for an exam. All of this matters a lot. So keep that in mind.

4. Use colour for the books: Contrary to the popular idea, books that are neat always don’t mean that you are an excellent student. It could look as if the books are unused. You should colour the ideas in red, the dates can be kept in blue with the other facts in colours such as green or yellow. With these colours, you will actually be able to revise much better. When you colour your books, you are able to remember things much faster. This is actually a very good strategy and one that can help you in the long run.

5. Get a proper diet: Exam time is usually very important. So make sure you have a proper diet prepared from beforehand so that you can be ready for the exam in the best way possible. A lot of you don’t pay attention to the diet thinking it is not something to worry about during exams. But if we are very honest with you, then it matters a lot. Diet can really make or break things so you have to be very careful about that. By proper diet, we mean eating enough protein, fats and little bit of carbs. Drink enough water and don’t forget to add vegetables in each meal. That matters as well.
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Arunakila
Posted: Thu May 18, 2017 5:19 am Reply with quote
Forums Regular Joined: 17 Apr 2016 Posts: 37
Competitive exams are like a game of cricket. The better candidates always win, sometimes with their efforts and sometimes with their luck. However, it is you who decide your position in the winning team through your hard work, passion and determination. The syllabus is known to you and you have sufficient time to prepare for it. Now you can practice online free at http://www.kidsfront.com/competitive-exams/study-material/Quantitative+Aptitude+Practice+Tests-Data+Interpretation-Data+Interpretation-p0.html
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