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12 Things To Start the Preparation for Exams

A big time dilemma of every student – how to start – ocean like syllabus – river like subjects – and then rock like chapters.

I don’t think that you plan unwisely for your studies. I understand that we all need a double check for our serious most exam of the career.

I have some insights to share with you which will help to structure your study plan.

1. Accumulate all the resources for each subject

This includes –

(a) Complete Class notes of the tuition – Mat, Classworks, Homeworks, Supplements

(b) Scanner – Preferably unsolved version

(c) Reference Book – by any external author for all or some subjects (must for Final Level)

(d) Institute Study Material, Practice Manuals for all the subjects – Latest edition

(e) RTP or Mock Test Papers

(f) Charts and Stationeries

For a complete study, make a good study environment where you can sit and study for long time. Whenever you sit for study, apart from the above, you should be ready with a bottle of water or glucon- d and some snacks. So that there wouldn’t be any reason whatsoever to break your rhythm.

2. Mark what you know and what you don’t in the entire syllabus – You may also prefer an ABC Analysis here.

A = You have Solid Understanding of Chapter, so just go through.

B = Moderate Understanding , so just solve some more sums.

C = No understanding, so restart it.

3. Check weightage of the chapters from trend or amendments –  This is exam orientation, will help you to identify where to add value in your limited time.

4. Make a timeline for each chapter – start early – not necessarily after completion of tuition only you will start.

5 prix viagra 20. Start from small chapters first Gives a positive feeling that you are sailing ahead.

6. Do big chapters in segments reduces the burden

7. Maintain time schedule do not exceed the time allotted to a subject. May leave one or two small units for the time being.

8. Chain revision – 5 mins can help you revise your past study of 3 hours

9. Sit and don’t keep moving – The aura effect – A magical golden hour comes when you sit and study for a long time at one place

10. The Checklist effect Keep ticking the portions completed to satisfy yourself for the today’s effort and to help you plan the tomorrow.

11. Do smart work – visualisation, chart work, summarisation, mnemonics, special attention to theory portions, english language check,  presentation skills

12. Practice Mock Exam – Why make your attempt a mock when you can write a mock before exam and work upon the pitfalls.

February 14, 2017

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  2. SIR I AM RADHA JHA OF CMA INTER STUDENT AND DOING FULL TIME JOB (9-5.30) AND SAT AND SUN IS HOLIDAY IN OFFICE SIR PLZ GUIDE ME HOW TO PREPARE MY EXAM .AND EXAM OF SECOND GROUP WILL CONDUCT IN DEC-2016. SIR PLZ HELP ME

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