Abhik Das Updated On: 01 Nov, 2019 19:19 IST
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If you are appearing for VTUEEE, the following tips and tricks can be your first step towards successful VTUEEE preparation.
One of the best ways to prepare for VTUEEE is to teach yourself continuously. Whenever you are trying to learn a new concept, teach the basics of the concept to yourself. By following this practice, you will gain more conceptual clarity.
Build Your Concentration Level:
Concentration is one of the key factors that impact your overall exam preparation. Lack of concentration not only disturbs your learning process but it also impacts your performance on the exam day. So, look for ways to improve your concentration level and keep yourself focused while studying.
Practice a Lot:
For VTUEEE, solving various types of question papers/practice papers can help you a lot. A month prior to your exam date, start practising question papers as it can tell you where you stand. Additionally, practising on a regular basis can improve your speed and accuracy to take the exam.
Keep Your Calm:
While preparing for the entrance exam, you must try keeping your cool. Staying calm and composed can help you concentrate on your exam preparation better. Whenever you feel stressed or too worked up, get away from your books for a while and take a walk to feel good.
While preparing for a competitive entrance exam like VTUEEE 2020, suggestions from previous year VTUEEE rank holders can play an astronomical role in helping the candidates score above the rest of the test-takers. The suggestions by the previous year VTUEEE toppers have been summarised below:
The candidates must, firstly, go through the NCERT textbooks deeply before shifting their attention towards referring to additional study materials
The candidates must be bereft of any other thought other than studying with a focussed mind during the study hours
Knowing the syllabus is the key for the candidates who want to prepare for VTUEEE in the right way
The candidates must keep the same energy level and intensity from the first day of preparation until the day before the exam
The more test papers, i.e sample test papers, previous year papers and mock test papers the candidates solve, the more confident they will be on the exam day and the better they will perform
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