Abhik Das Updated On: 27 Dec, 2019 12:32 IST
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Preparing for Joint Entrance Screening Test (JEST) shouldn’t be a daunting task for you if you know what, when and how to prepare for the entrance examination. If you are one of those who wish to crack JEST 2020, then you’ll have to start for it in a right and timely manner. The first step towards your JEST preparation is to have a sound knowledge about the JEST 2020 exam pattern and JEST 2020 syllabus to know what exactly needs to be prepared for the exam. Once you know what should be prepared for the entrance exam, then it certainly becomes easy to study for the exam.
Also, for effective exam preparation, it is important to have discussions with your friends or teachers about what you’ve learnt, and ask questions about whatever you are studying. When you practice and solve problems, questions arise, so you should discuss and clear your doubts with your peers, tutors or teachers in order to have a better understanding of the concepts or topics.
JEST 2020 will be conducted on the 16th of February and this entrance examination is a gateway for students to pursue PhD courses in some of the top colleges that accepts JEST scores. The result of JEST 2020 is expected to be released in the month of March 2020. If you are an aspirant of JEST 2020, then mentioned below are few tips and tricks that can help you to conquer this examination with flying colours:
Focus on Concepts:
JEST is all about having a good concept of clarity of different topics. As the syllabus of the test is quite vast, so to prepare for JEST, you must indulge in clearing your basics concepts rather than adopting a rote learning technique. You should focus on understanding the fundamental concepts and then start practising the questions. By understanding the concepts, you can remember them for a very long period of time.
One of the essential steps, while you are preparing for the JEST entrance exam, is to practice consistently. By practising various types of questions consistently will help you in getting used to all the type of questions that are asked in the exam and raise your confidence while preparing for it.
Solve Sample papers Question banks, and Previous Year Question Papers:
Practising past years' question papers, as well as sample papers or question banks, are perhaps the best sources for exam preparation. These papers not only guide you to know the number of questions raised from different topics but also provides you with an opportunity to plug the loopholes in the preparation of entrance exam. By regular practice of these papers, students will get used to reading the questions carefully, understanding them completely and then solve them in less time.
First Attempt What You Know:
In the exam, it is always better to attempt questions which you are confident. Before beginning, you should first take a look at the question paper and see which questions can be solved easily and in less time. This is probably one of the best approaches when you're attempting an entrance exam.
Be Positive About Your Exam Preparation:
On the exam day, you should stay positive, as it will have a positive impact on your overall performance. When you think in a positive manner, your brain works effectively and you stay motivated and focused.
Don’t Forget to Revise:
While doing your exam preparation, you must leave an ample amount of time to revise your subjects. Revision is the key to stay confident during exam preparation. Once you are thorough with a topic, you must take out time to revise it first and then move on to the next topic.
Fear and stress are two of the major factors that may hamper your overall performance while preparing for your entrance examination. It is advisable not to overload yourself with information one day before the exam as it can make you feel anxious. While preparing for the exam, it is very important for you to stay calm to relax your mind and body and to boost the level of your confidence.
Candidates should reach the exam venue one hour before the scheduled time. If a candidate fails to report on time, he/she will also miss out on some of the rules and regulations as well as other general instructions related to the exam.
Candidates' must carry their admit card/hall ticket and they must also present any one of their personal IDs to confirm their identity.
Candidates must maintain silence in the exam hall.
Candidates will not be allowed to carry any textual material, printed or written, bits of papers into the exam hall.
No candidate will be allowed to go outside the exam hall until the completion of the entire duration of the test.
If any candidate is found to be involved in any conversation or gesticulation or disturbance in the test hall, it shall be deemed as misbehaviour and such a candidate will be banned from the taking the exam permanently or for a specified period