With stiff competition in entrance exams, there is a constant pressure to score higher than your fellow aspirants. As even one mark above the cut-off, can help you get into a better college. Revision help us to remember things for a long -term, polish our answers and ensure thorough preparation of each topic. Revising the subjects enhances our preparation, thereby, helping us to perform better as well as score higher.
So, read further and discover some of the power revision tips for better score in the competitive exams:
1. Take your own exam: Solve previous year question paper within the time limit and assess yourself. Marking scheme and time limit should be same as that of the competitive exam you are appearing.
2. Assess your Weak Areas: Once you are done with exam and assessment, analyze where you have lost marks. Revise those topics again so that you don’t repeat the same mistakes on the main exam day.
3. Reward yourself: Set high cut-off marks, when you take your own exam. If you want to meet your aim then reward yourself with whatever you like, i.e. your favorite chocolate or premium pens. This really acts as a motivation catalyst.
4. Revise One Subject at a Time: Take one subject and revise it. It is not recommended to switch to other subject in the half way of revision. Focus on revising one subject at a time to grasp concepts clearly.
5. Teach Other Aspirants: Like you have doubts related to any topic, even other aspirants can have doubts. You can clear those concepts, thereby, revising the topics once again. This tip is quite effective during group study.
6. Study When Active: Force study is of no use, as it takes away all attention and interests. Study when your body is most alert, be it in the morning or night. This is the time when you can revise quicker and better.
7. Highlight Major Points: While studying, highlight major point as this will help you to memorize the concepts easily during the revision times.
So, implement these tips today in your revision strategy and inch closer to a good score in your entrance exams.
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