GUJCET Preparation Strategy 2020

Sakunth Kumar Updated On: 30 Dec, 2019 10:11 IST

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GUJCET Preparation Strategy & Study Plan

Preparing for state-level engineering entrance exam like GUJCET is not a difficult task if you are well versed with the syllabus of Class 11th and 12th of the Gujarat Board of Secondary Education. The syllabus of the GUJCET exam is completely based on the Class 11th and 12th syllabus of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/ Biology. Therefore, candidates aspiring to crack GUJCET need an extensive revision of the specified syllabus. If you are aiming for B.Tech admission in Gujarat under Government or Domicile quota, a good score in the GUJCET is mandatory. In order to help the aspirants clear the exam with flying colours, we have come up with a sensible preparation strategy and study plan. Have a Look!

How to Plan GUJCET Preparation?

January is the right time to start the preparation for GUJCET, and you need to plan the exam preparation accordingly. It is a challenging task as the candidates need to prepare for board exams and GUJCET simultaneous. A weekly plan for the GUJCET can be as follows -

Day

Strategy

Best Time to Revise

Monday

Revise One Topic from Physics

Early Morning or Night (Probably after 8:00 PM)

Tuesday

Revise One Topic from Chemistry

Early Morning or Night (Probably after 8:00 PM)

Wednesday

Revise One Topic from Mathematics

Early Morning or Night (Probably after 8:00 PM)

Thursday

Revise One Topic from Physics

Early Morning or Night (Probably after 8:00 PM)

Friday

Revise One Topic from Chemistry

Early Morning or Night (Probably after 8:00 PM)

Saturday

Revise One Topic from Mathematics

Early Morning or Night (Probably after 8:00 PM)

Sunday

Revise topics covered in the week for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and Practice Mock Test

Early Morning or Night (Probably after 8:00 PM)

GUJCET Preparation Strategy for Physics

Physics is considered as one of the toughest subjects in the GUJCET, and extensive focus must be given to the same. As the entrance exam is scheduled to be conducted on March 31, 2020, January is the right time to start the preparation. While preparing for Physics, the candidates should give emphasis to Class 11th and Class 12th Syllabus. The three months strategy for Physics can be as follows -

Expected Percentage of Questions from Class 11th Syllabus

20%

Expected Percentage of Questions from Class 12th Syllabus

80%

Total No. Of Chapters to be Covered

15

Days Left for Exam

90 Days

Total No. Of Chapters can be Revised Per Week

Two

Revision of Total Syllabus of Physics can be Covered by

Seven Weeks (49 Days)

Mock Test or Practice Test

At least two in a week

Most Important Topics

  • Communication System
  • Wave Optics
  • Atoms
  • Ray Optics
  • Semi-Conductor Electronics
  • Current Electricity
  • Magnetism & Matter

Apart from the chapters mentioned above, the candidates need to focus on other topics also for the best rank in the entrance exam. Refer to syllabus section for more details.

GUJCET Preparation Strategy for Chemistry

After Physics, Chemistry is termed as the subject which is almost equal in terms of difficulty. Candidates need to focus on Class 11th and 12th syllabus of Chemistry for the best performance in the entrance exam. The three months preparation strategy for Chemistry is as follows -

Expected Percentage of Questions from Class 11th Syllabus

20%

Expected Percentage of Questions from Class 12th Syllabus

80%

Total No. Of Topics to be Covered

18

Days Left for Exam

90 Days

Total No. Of Topics can be Revised Per Week

Two

Revision of Total Syllabus of Physics can be Covered by

Sixty Days (Eight Weeks)

Mock Test or Practice Test

At least one in a week

Most Important Topics

  • Chemistry in Everyday Life
  • Solutions
  • Polymers
  • F-Block Compounds
  • Chemical Kinetics
  • Electro-Chemistry
  • Bio-Molecules
  • P-Block Elements - II

Apart from the chapters mentioned above, the candidates need to focus on other topics also for the best rank in the entrance exam. Refer to syllabus section for more details.

GUJCET Preparation Strategy for Mathematics

Along with Physics and Chemistry, Mathematics should be also given equal emphasis when it comes to GUJCET preparation. The candidates need to focus on Class 11th and 12th Mathematics syllabus for the best performance in the examination. The three months strategy for the Mathematics is as follows -

Expected Percentage of Questions from Class 11th Syllabus

20%

Expected Percentage of Questions from Class 12th Syllabus

80%

Total No. Of Topics to be Covered

11

Days Left for Exam

90 Days

Total No. Of Topics can be Revised Per Week

Two

Revision of Total Syllabus of Physics can be Covered by

Five Weeks (35 Days)

Mock Test or Practice Test

At least one in a week

Most Important Topics

  • Probability
  • Limit
  • Matrices
  • Sets, Relations & Functions
  • Vectors

Apart from the chapters mentioned above, the candidates need to focus on other topics also for the best rank in the entrance exam. Refer to syllabus section for more details.

The candidates must note that the above strategy is only for reference, and you can tweak the same as per the time left for the exam preparation.

General Tips for GUJCET Preparation

The first step towards cracking GUJCET 2020 is to have a good preparation plan. Once you know exactly what has to be prepared, then it certainly becomes easy to study. While preparing for GUJCET 2020, candidates must plan to cover the syllabus in a manner that not just allows them to dedicate sufficient time to the important topics but also boost their confidence to score high in the examination. Here, we have some useful tips and tricks to crack the GUJCET 2020.

The Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET) is an offline exam, which takes place every year in the month of April for all the candidates seeking admission in Engineering and Pharmacy programmes offered by the Government, Govt. aided and self-financed institutes of Gujarat.

Now, let's take a look at some important pointers that can be considered for GUJCET 2020 preparation.

Time Management:

The most important part of the preparation for GUJCET is time management. Time management is considered to be perfect if a candidate manages to cover the entire syllabus in whatever time is available. Taking out some time for revision and relaxation from the exam time-table is a sign of good management of time.

Creating A Study Plan:

During the exam season, planning and implementing a study plan is essential to cover every bit of the syllabus. Before creating a study plan for GUJCET preparation, candidates should map out the study portions that need to be covered. An effective study plan can be accomplished only when the entire syllabus is covered in it. Select important chapters and prepare them first. Keep time for revision in the everyday study plan. This will help candidates in completing the entire syllabus on time and will also reduce their stress level ahead of the exam.

Prepare Short Notes:

One of the most productive ways to prepare for GUJCET is to make short notes. For better exam preparation, making short-notes subject-wise can help candidates at the time of revision. Short-notes can help candidates brush-up the entire syllabus quickly in the run-up to the entrance exam.

Self–Assessment:

It is indeed important for candidates to evaluate their preparation from time-to-time. Self-assessment done on a regular basis can help candidates check and analyse their preparation so that improvements in the study plan can be done if needed. It will also help in focusing on weaker sections of the syllabus so that more attention can be given to such sections.

GUJCET Mock Tests:

While preparing for the entrance test, you must try and solve as many GUJCET mock tests as possible to get familiar with the examination pattern and the type of questions asked in the test. Solving mock tests is important for better exam preparation as it gives a lot of knowledge about the final exam. It also helps candidates in evaluating their overall performance.

Important Instructions for GUJCET 2020

  • Candidates must reach the examination venue one hour before the allotted time to avoid hassle at the last minute.

  • Enter the exam hall as per the time mentioned on the GUJCET admit card. If the candidate reaches late, then there are chances that they may not be allowed to enter the examination hall.

  • No candidate will be allowed to enter the exam center without the GUJCET 2020 admit card.

  • No candidate will be allowed to leave the exam hall unless and until the entrance exam is over.

  • No other person will be allowed to enter in the exam hall, except the candidate.

  • Candidate must sit on the seat number mentioned in the admission card, and as per the sitting arrangement of the respective exam hall.

  • Any type of written material such as textbook, any reference literature, slide rules, printed or handwritten log table, xeroxed writing, chits, etc. will not be allowed inside the exam hall.

  • Candidates will not be allowed to take any cellular phone, pager or any type of instrument or electronic device inside the examination room.

  • No candidate will not be allowed to take tea, coffee, cold drinks or light-refreshment during the examination.

  • If it is found that any candidate has committed a breach of any of the exam rules, the powers will vest with the examination committee to cancel the certificate of registration and admission in exam and to cancel the result if the candidate has appeared in the entrance test.

  • Remember to follow the instructions as mentioned on the admit card, on the question paper and as announced by the invigilators.

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