CDS Exam I 2016: Tips for Examination hall
Jagranjosh is providing you the some important tips for CDS Exam I 2016, which will help you to solve the question papers in Examination hall.
So, the day has arrived for which the Candidates were preparing hard to achieve their goals. Hopes of family, nervousness, being anxious is the normal things before entering into the examination hall. Relax!! And the focus is only the key to attempt the written examination in a right way.
As this written examination is on the objective pattern where candidates need to choose the right answer according to their choice and it’s not easy to choose the right answer among 4 different closed options. So here are tips which will be beneficial for you while attempting the written examination.
1.Keep your mind focused: Relaxing your mind before starting, will help you to focus more and will calm down your uneasiness as this will only spoil your exam. After receiving the booklets fill the particulars carefully and go through the question paper calmly.
2.Managing time: when candidates practice mock test papers they get an idea for the final one. As there will be 120 minutes to solve the paper so manage the time without panicking.
3.Concentrating on each question: Reading and concentrating the each question is important. Do not rush to answer as the sometimes question seems easy but the solution can be difficult.
4.Selection of the question: First try to solve those questions in which you are confident as this will boost your energy level and save your time.
5.Negative marking: As this paper also contains negative marking so solve only that question where you get the accurate solution or on which you are confident about. Solving all the questions without concentration will not make you HERO so, just focus!!
6.Blind Guess: Thinking that I am lucky and solving paper blindly will only make you fool. Read the options twice before jumping into the answer.
7.Subject selection: Though clearing each section to crack this exam is important but candidates are suggested to start with those section or subject in which you can perform well.
8.Don’t Waste Time: When you have studied with determination and not getting the solution of any particular topic Do not get stuck over one question as this will waste your time. Leave it for last minute and move to the next question.
9.Don’t panic: Relax and cool down when you are not getting the solution. Take deep breadths in between and start again. Massive panic will make your focus, even more badly and you, in turn, can ruin your paper. Meditation will keep you focused.
10.Last minute: when you are left with short time try to solve that question in which you are still assuring by eliminating the options. It will make you confident to get the accurate answer.
By following the above points during the exam will benefits you to minimize your negative marking up to great extent. Stay calm and give your best shot!! Remember, Do not focus only on speed, accuracy is more important to excel and bring laurels.