How to Prepare for SET 2021

Updated By Samiksha Rautela on 23 Oct, 2020 20:57

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How to Prepare for SET 2021

A good preparation plan plays a significant role when it comes to cracking entrance exams like the Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET) 2021. Conducted in online mode, SET 2021 has been bifurcated as per streams and have been renamed as SET A, SET B, SLAT, SEED, and SITEEE. SLAT is the Symbiosis Law Admission Test which is conducted for admitting students to the law courses offered by the institute. The Symbiosis Entrance Exam for Design, or SEED, is to be given by candidates who wish to secure a seat in any of the design courses that Symbiosis International university offers. Similarly, SITEEE is Symbiosis Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Examination that is organised solely for engineering admissions of the college.

For all those who are seeking admission in undergraduate courses at different institutes of Symbiosis International University (SIU), the following pointers can be really helpful to achieve good marks and qualify in the examination

General Tips to Prepare for SET 2021

Know Your Syllabus: 

When you sit down to study, you should know exactly what you have to study. Without knowing your SET 2021 syllabus thoroughly, you will not be able to make a timetable or plan your preparation. 

Study the NEW Exam Pattern: 

While preparing for the exam, you must also become familiar with the exam pattern of SET 2021 by solving sample papers and taking mock tests. Doing so will improve your chances of performing well in the examination.

Time Management:

One of the most important lessons you learn while preparing for competitive exams is how to manage your time. Students often waste a lot of time thinking about questions in the paper instead of actually solving them. 

Make Short Notes:

Instead of going through all the topics in detail at the time of the revision, the smart thing to do is to make short notes during your preparation and ensure that you use them for revision.

Know Your Strengths & Weaknesses:

Another important part of your SET preparation is to identify your strong and weak areas. This way, you will be able to build on your strengths and work harder on improving your weak points.

Practice: 

When it comes to examinations, practice is all that you need to brighten your chances of scoring well in the exam. If you practice well for the exam, your speed will improve and you will be more confident on the day of the examination.

Take SET Mock Tests 2021

If you are planning to take SET this year, then you should practice mock tests on a regular basis. For practice, there are various sources online that offer free mock tests for SET. By practising mock test of SET 2021, you will be able to polish your problem solving and time management skills. Additionally, with more and more practice, you will be able to improve your speed of solving the questions, which will help you on the day of the actual entrance exam.

For more details, read:

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How to Prepare for SET in Six Months

A span of six months is sufficient to prepare well for SITEEE/SLAT/SEED/SET A/SETB/SEED provided you are adequately motivated and focused. A good preparation strategy plays an important role in preparing in an apt way and eventually acing or scoring well in the exam. Now, let us go through a few important steps to prepare for the exam in only six months. 

Plan for the First Two Months

  • Refer to the syllabus and the exam pattern of the concerned exam- It is always better to have a look at the syllabus of the exam and understand which section you need to focus more on. When you go through the syllabus, you will find a number of topics and sub-topics under each section. Try and divide the same for each day.

  • Gather all the important books (maximum 2 for each section) and previous year question papers.

  • Now, estimate how much time you need to complete each topic or section. 

  • Try to finish at least one section in the first month itself. It is entirely within the discretion of a candidate whether he/she wants to begin with the toughest or the easiest section. 

  • Work on the basic concepts and theories.

Plan for the Third Month

  • For SITEEE applicants, complete all the topics under the Mathematics section.

  • The SET A and SET B candidates may focus on the General English section and General Awareness section. Candidates may also find a way to accommodate both in every day’s schedule. 

  • SLAT aspirants also can allocate two sections to the third month of preparation. Most preferably, these can be Reading Comprehension and General Knowledge.

  • For SEED applicants, the third month should be for two of the sections. 

Plan for the Fourth and Fifth Month

  • Make sure you are making short and crisps notes for each section from the books you are referring to. 

  • By the fourth month, you should be able to complete all the sections/topics to be covered for the exam.

  • One of the best ways to prepare for the exam is to go through as many previous year question papers as possible. They will help you get an overall understanding of the paper pattern, type of questions, difficulty level,  and so on. 

  • Focus on General English, General Awareness and learning tricks to solve Analytical and Logical Reasoning questions (for SET A and SET B candidates).

  • SITEEE candidates can focus on learning/memorizing all the formulae.

  • Identify your weaknesses and strengths and focus on strengthening your weaknesses during the fifth month.

Plan for the Sixth/Last Month

  • The trick of a well-planned SET last month preparation strategy lies in figuring the right revision strategy.

  • Dedicate the last month to revising all the important topics, formulae (if applicable), recent judgements (for SLAT candidates), current affairs/general knowledge, etc.

  • Practice full-length mock tests and analyse your performance. 

  • Go through previous year question papers. 

  • Do not study anything new on exam day. Stay calm and be confident. 

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Dear Student,

To take admission in the Symbiosis Law School, Noida, you must have passed intermediate or its equivalent from a recognised board of education. Candidates must have acquired a minimum aggregate of 45% marks or its equivalent grade in the qualifying exam. 5% relaxation is provided to the SC/ST candidates.

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