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How to prepare ESE and GATE with Job
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Lohit Kumar Yadav
IRSME. Graduated in Mechanical engineering. Secured AIR 1 in ESE 2017. Believes in Quality Education for all.

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thanks a lot , I don't have handwritten notes with me for 40% syllables , should I take Delhi Xerox centre ??? while job I have half notes of mine and remaining not , that forced me to leave few important portion , that cause to reach near by to cut off 2 times ...
it will be better if you cover by self through books first
Imran Khan
2 years ago
How should I make my timetable considering shifts changes every week...?
You, make slots for study. And then according to your shift. Allot time to that slots. Eg- 2 hrs Technical notes and now based upon your shift time.. allot time to it
sir , please may you suggest me which test series I should buy for GATE as well as IES.
Go for test series provided by any reputed coaching institute
sir calsy is allawed in exam or not ??
In ESE yes
Vivek dewangan
2 years ago
and sir for ias exam
Vivek dewangan
2 years ago
plz reply me
  1. How to prepare ESE and GATE with Jokb By: Lohit Kumar Yadav

  2. Planning 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Make a rough plan of how you target to achieve your goals Divide that plan and set monthly targets for each coming month Always plan for the next month Divide monthly plan into weekly plan Divide weekly plan into daily plan Give self feedback

  3. Discipline 1. Make a time table and follow it rigorously 2. In a week six days follow your time table and one day you can relax for few hours 3. Important is to make your body and mind adaptable to the routine

  4. How to approach a subject First go through the syllabus Then go through the previous year questions of topics Draw some conclusion from them regarding from which portions, which areas, type and how frequently the questions are asked. Then start studying the topics from standard books Repeat the cycle . . .

  5. How to plan a subject Pick a combination of tough and easy subject Start from tough and switch with easy in case your mind demands for change Also make notes simultaneously E- . . . notes are best as you can carry them any where and can go through them during travelling, lunch time etc. Go through previous year questions and practice them a lot .

  6. What to do when stucked somewhere 1. Solve conventional questions from books as your concepts will be strengthened g for the exam. Discuss your issues. If you are not able to understand anything, just don't get frustrated. Iry to u 3. nderstand what you are missing

  7. Test series . Is important to keep a track on preparation level . Solve it with a strategy o Analyze your mistakes

  8. No. of revision Depends upon your comfort and time At least 10 revisions of the tough subjects

  9. Best of luck.