Saturday, 31 August 2013


preparation stages 

  1.     Start your study well in advance.
 2.     Do proper time management ( Frame a time table) 
3.     Give more attention to difficult subject.
 4.     Make habit of preparation of notes for future reference.
 5.     Do revisions in a suitable time intervals. 
6.     Avoid distracted activities and social net working, chating,etc 

  Day before exam  

 1.     Stick on your notes and relook on what you already learned. The large volume of reference book will create an adverse effect, if you are not prepared good notes
 2.     Sleep well and eat nutrient food. 

  Exam day 

1.     Arrange your exam kit. See your admit card, pen and papers and required items. Keep substitute accessories such as pen and pencil, sharpener etc 

2.     Be at least 30 minute before exam starts

 3.     Have energy boosters with you (water, Chocolate). 

  During exam

 1.     Collect answer book write your hall ticket number and fill other details. ( This is a more tensed moment since anxiety about exam questions)
 2.     After receiving question paper, read all the questions carefully. You can utilize the extra 15 minute for careful reading. 
3.     Fix time for each questions according to the marks assigned to the questions. Total Time/ Total mark .For one mark, you can allocate 1.8 minute maximum (180 Minute/100). For 10 mark question you can allocate 18 minute maximum.
4.     Start easy questions first. Leave all the tough questions at later point of time. Try to create an impression on your examiner. 
5.     If you struck with any particular question at a particular moment, then, don’t waste time further for thinking process, leave it and start writing another knowing answer.
 6.     Try to attend maximum possible number of questions. Adopt your own writing style. 
7.     Split the total exam time in to two parts. First session is “normal session” and second one is tough sessions.  During the second half of exam, we are going to write toughest questions which may require more time for thinking.
 8.     Never try to quote unknown section numbers, case law names, SA numbers etc. These will create a negative impression 
9.     Try to present answers in point to point format with suitable heading and sub heading where ever applicable. Write accurate content and be honest in writing. Don’t fill unwanted content. 
10.Introduce and conclude your answers properly.
 11. Give maximum stress to application and practical oriented papers. In such cases, chance of conceptual errors is more. If there is any conceptual errors will lead to severe punishment of marks. Practical questions will have good conceptual back up. Be clear about those concepts and try to be in line with those concepts. 
12.  If your answers related with Suggestions, Advantages, drawback, features etc, never conclude answers in a single line. Give suitable explanation for it. 
13.  When the time is over, submit your answer sheet 

  After exam

 1.     Never think on the paper given for exam. 

2.     Never calculate probable marks on the paper given, which may frustrate you and will kill the zeal of next exam. 

3.     Don’t waste time further with chatting or discussing with your friends for exam given.  Better, go for your preparation for next exam.                      Wish you all the best            

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