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FOR TEENS - Competition Tips
 
 
The Right Approach
   
 

Understanding the nature of competitive examinations is essential in deciding how to approach them. Don't be too ambitious by trying to answer all the questions correctly in the limited time. Skip the difficult questions. There is no point in wasting time before the hard nuts. Save such time for answering relatively easy questions that follow.

At the outset, we should realize that competitive examinations are radically different from school/college examinations, which aim at measuring the knowledge or skills of the candidates with reference to certain fixed standards, and awarding them marks, pass, class, distinction, etc.

If the candidates do not come up to a particular level of competence, they fail. On the other hand, there is no pass or failure in a competitive examination.

Any competitive test has the limited objective of ranking the candidates based on relative merit. For this reason, the questions in many competitive tests are of the multiple-choice objective type. All questions would be compulsory, and, irrespective for their difficulty levels, would carry equal marks.

A competitive test is more a time test than a knowledge test. Even the best candidate may not be able to answer all the questions correctly in the allotted time; nor is it necessary.

   
 
   
 
Tips
   
 
  • Stick to just one text book. After completing it, go for another author.
  • Use only text books and avoid guides.
  • Questions are never repeated in I I T exams. So don't go for the test with expected questions and then get surprised and diappointed.
  • Think positive.
  • Exercise is very important, this means taking more mock tests.
  • Don't get carried away with study materials brought by parents and other well wishers. Adhere to the system you are following.
  • Do not skip your sleep.
  • At the last minute, don't try to learn anything new. Just go through what you have studied.
  • Employ relaxation techniques like walking for 5-10 minutes.
   
 
 
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