Karnataka PGCET Study Plan with Timetable

Abhik Das Updated On: 15 Oct, 2019 15:08 IST

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How to Prepare for Karnataka PGCET 2020

Candidates who have successfully registered themselves for Karnataka PGCET 2020 must now start preparing for the examination. The exam is scheduled to be conducted in the 3rd week of July 2020 (tentatively). It is important for candidates to know how to prepare for Karnataka PGCET 2020 in order to crack the examination with flying colours.

One of the most important things for the preparation strategy is to know the exam pattern and syllabus of Karnataka PGCET 2020. Candidates are also advised to make an effective preparation strategy, keeping in mind the designed syllabus and try to follow it the way it has been made. Mentioned below are few tips and tricks related to the Karnataka PGCET 2020 exam preparation. Read the mentioned points and try to implement it for a good score and rank in Karnataka PGCET 2020.

Create a Study Plan For Yourself:

To keep your entrance exam preparation on track, it is very important to create a study plan for yourself. Without a proper study plan, it can be very difficult to crack any exam. A good study plan will help you understand the syllabus and exam pattern in detail, and it will also keep you organized.

Prepare Study Notes:

In order to prepare for Karnataka PGCET 2020, having study notes is a good idea. To prepare the study notes, you should write down all the important points somewhere, which can come handy at the time of exam preparation. Preparing notes will also help you avoid confusion at the time of revision.

Seek Guidance From Teachers/Mentors:

Entrance exam preparation is incomplete without taking guidance from the teachers or mentors. Proper guidance is the key to success in entrance exams. Therefore, it is necessary that you clear your doubts on a regular basis while preparing for Karnataka PGCET 2020. You may perhaps join a coaching class that will enable you to avoid roadblocks in your exam preparation.

Procure Requisite Study Material:

For exam preparation, you must refer to good study material. Studying from the best books, solving sample papers or previous years' papers and taking mock tests frequently will not only help you understand the format of the exam, but they will bring a lot of confidence in you.

Karnataka PGCET Preparation Strategy 2020: Time Table

A proper study plan or timetable sometimes is the only factor that separates the best from the rest. Hence, CollegeDekho has decided to provide the 2020 Karnataka PGCET aspirants with a sample time table that will help them prepare a study routine or schedule of their own. 

Karnataka PGCET is conducted for admission into various PG courses which is why the time table, given below, precisely focuses on the hours that must be put in in a day. 

Session

To be Done

To be Avoided

First Session (At least 2 Hours)

  • Pick up a topic

  • Read everything related to the chosen topic from the prescribed textbook/s

  • Prepare short notes

  • Cover the entire chosen topic in a detailed fashion

  • Forgetting to prepare short notes

Second Session (At least 2 Hours)

  • Revise the topic chosen in the previous session

  • Scan the short notes to check if anything is missing

  • Focus on the other aspect of the topic, i.e numericals, diagrams, theorems etc

  • Missing out on revising the topic done in the previous session

  • Ignoring the other aspect of the topic completed

Third Session (At least 1 Hour)

  • Revise everything done in the previous 2 sessions

  • Scanning through the entire topic to check if anything was ignored (intentionally or unintentionally)

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