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Here you’ll get the Exam Preparation Tips along with the methodologies to crack competitive exams like IIT-JEE and NEET.

1. Know The Details Of The Exam: This is the first thing you have to do before you jump into the exam preparations like for jobs and colleges. Know the details about the exam, the selection process, the level of knowledge expected, because you can shape your pathways, only when you know your goals.

How Will You Do That?

The basic rule is to know about the exam and the college you want to apply for. Do your research about the exam and college requirements as well as the level of knowledge and expertise required to crack the exam. Get an extensive knowledge of the exam curriculum. If possible, talk to people who have previous experience on the subject on social networks, conferences, blogs, etc.


2. Prepare Your Strategy: After the basic know-how, prepare a strategy to fulfill your goals. Most of the exams have two steps in the selection process. One the written exam and the other is college counseling. So, you have to plan your preparation respectively.

How Will You Do That?

Instead of offering some vague suggestions, I will answer it to the point. For written exams, make a strategy to finish the syllabus much before time. Once you complete your syllabus, you are in a position to revise your concepts as many times as you want (if time permits). Along with that, you can practice for practical or mathematical questions multiple times, once you go through the whole syllabus. Remember, practices and revisions add up your confidence which will lead to your success.


3. Arrange Study Materials: When you know, what you have to study, you are almost done. Next, you have to arrange the study materials needed to crack the written examination. Every department has their own set of study material suggestions. In some cases, one single book even helps in two or more exams.

How Will You Do That?

If you are preparing for IIT-JEE and NEET exams, then find the common topics/subjects between the exam syllabuses. See, for the books that can be used for both purposes. This will lessen your workload as well as the time for preparation. And most importantly this will save your money too. Buy those books that have a good reputation and are highly recommended among the candidates who are giving the same exam. Meeting with experienced guys who have already succeeded may be of great help in this regard.


4. Make Routine: A Routine is very crucial. Without any reliable routine, your studies may sound directionless. When you have a couple of papers, it would not be simple to study all the papers with the same importance, if you haven’t scheduled them properly. Remember that your routine should be a feasible one and not something that only a superman can do. Try to follow the routine rigorously over a long period of time. Hope that would bring you nearer to your accomplish your aims.

How Will You Do That?

While making a routine you have to keep a few things in your mind. The allocation of time should be based on your knowledge and learning ability. Subject proficiency should be the driven part in preparing your routine. Also, review the routine from time to time and change it as per your progress. Try to keep practical or mathematical subjects for practice every day in your routine as they required great exercise to score in the exam.


5. Prepare Yourself By Writing What You Have Learned: The students mostly have a drawback for writing habits. The Associate Professor Anne Mangen at the University of Stavanger’s, in research, said, writing by hand strengthens the knowledge process. Reading your own handwriting in a subject, dramatically improves your grip on the subject.

How Will You Do That?

You have to go back to your school days. You may find things very silly, but it’s a fact. You have to write everything you learn. You don’t need to write lengthy answers, but brief or point-wise answers will work. Save your writing notebooks for the future when you need quick revisions for the whole subject particularly during exam days.


6. Solve Previous Years’ Question Paper: If you are preparing for exams, solving previous years’ question papers surely helps you. All you can have an idea about the question patterns, their mark allocations, etc. Moreover, there’s a strong perception that by solving previous years’ question papers, makes it easier for a candidate to find out the common questions.

How Will You Do That?

The mock test is an effective way to prepare for exams. Create an atmosphere affecting the examination hall and complete previous years’ question papers within time. By practicing it for a number of times before you sit for an examination you can excel in your time management abilities. As it is seen in most of the cases, students/candidates fail just because they couldn’t answer all the questions during the specified time period. 


7. Improve Your Vocabulary: Since most of the exams are conducted in English or have a subject paper on the English language, you should be perfect in the language. English grammar is also an important topic to be covered by the student. Though you shouldn’t be an expert, yet a Standard English is demanded from you. Another important thing is to use appropriate idioms and proverbs in sentences to improve your writing manifold.

How Will You Do That?

The best way to improve your linguistic skills is to read English publications and magazines. Watching English news can improve your oratory skills. Moreover, English movies with sub-titles are great to understand as well as show your feelings in that language. Whenever you come up with a new word consult dictionary and see their application in sentences. Consult official books on idioms and proverbs and learn their usage. You can also have online dictionaries or mobile applications for your ease.


8. Keep Yourself Motivating: Motivation is the key-driven force to success. Well, it’s not always possible to crack these exams in the first instance. You should have patience. Keep yourself motivated until you get the expected result.

How Will You Do That?

Meditation is an age-old way to improve your concentration level. That brings a state of self-belief which improves the confidence level in you. To crack IIT-JEE or NEET, exams you need a high amount of determination and an encouraging approach.



It is true that sometimes our preparation and work don’t match our performances in the exams. But that doesn’t demean our struggles. If we stick to our level of competence to try for the desired result, we will not be denied success.

These exams require a deeper conceptual clarity on the topics. Mere speculations and half-hearted efforts in the exams will not take you the path of success. Precise hard work and tireless effort are the only keys to success. Follow the above tips and try to inculcate a good learning habit, the results would be bright.


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