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Mindset Before, After and During the Exam
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Competitive exams are not only the game of intellect. Emotional quotient also stands equally with it. This lesson talks about the mindset you need to have before , after and during exam.

Siddharth Gupta
Electronic Engineer and Teacher by Profession

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  3. Mindset during your preparation Do not totally depend on shortcuts. Understanding concepts is also very important . Don't solve too much vague and complex questions. . Do not believe on rumors, for any news or update simple check RBI's website. Folowa sngesratedonat hange your strategy everyweek Follow a single strategy, do not change your strategy every week. Keep a watch on topics you have completed. . Focus on understanding concepts properly. No need to buy new books daily. Standard books are sufficient. Avoid studying in nights. (After 12:30 night)

  4. Mindset about mock tests Test series are meant for improvement not for scoring ranks. It is not important whether you have completed syllabus or not. Just start giving mock test atleast 1 month before exam. Check how many . questions you can do correctly. You have time to master the concepts which you left. .

  5. Mindset about previous year papers Again they are just meant to check the level of questions and topics to be covered Take them just like mock tests. . Do nottake very old previous year papers. They are of no use. Focus on what type of questions are asked. For eg General Awareness contain more questions on budget.

  6. Mindset one week before exam e You are advised not to read any new topic in during last days. Focus on revising the concepts and important Questions which you have marked during your preparation. . Keep your mind relaxed and take proper sleep before the exam. This will help you in recollecting things during exam hours. Be ready with your examination admit card and know your center before the exam day.

  7. Mindset in the examination hall You shouldn't aim for 100% attempt and 100% accuracy. It will create unnecessary pressure You shouldn't get very excited/nervous. Keep it normal You shouldn't leave easy questions for last. Finish them first . . You shouldn't make any question ego issue. Remember you need not to attempt 100% ever for AIR in 100 e You shouldn't fall in TRAPS. There are few question, where you will feel, yes I am almost there, it will be done in next1 minute. And after exam you realize you wasted solid 8 minutes on that Remember Buffer Time .