Preparation Tips for GATE IIT 2015
- Jul 28, 2014
The application procedure for 2015 GATE IIT will begin from 1st September 2014. Are you planning to sit for this examination? The interested candidates may only apply online through official website of Indian Institute of Science as well as eminent IITs (Indian Institute of Technology) such as IIT Bombay, IIT Kanpur, IIT Delhi, IIT Roorkee, IIT Madras etc. The GATE scores is necessary for admission to Post graduate courses and doctoral programs of these premier institutes.
In case of CAT (Common Aptitude Test) for MBA aspirants, previous educational, extra-curricular activities and job experience are given weightage. Unlike CAT, GATE admission is solely based on acquiring good scores in the examination. If you wish to qualify the examination with flying colors, you must follow the tips that are enumerated below:
Take the first step forward
Make sure that you have gone through the vital information related to examination, its structure, pattern, eligibility criteria, syllabus and few more. Start preparing for examination as soon as possible. It may sound less important but it is one of the vital steps in your exam preparation. If you are not aware of the full syllabus, your grasp over the subject is incomplete.
Make use of appropriate books as well as books
Ensure that you have selected appropriate books or resources. Get enrolled to one of the preparation courses for better preparation. Consult with the eminent faculty members and take their suggestions from time to time.
You can get hold of solved sample papers and gain proper understanding about question pattern in the examination. A new pattern is introduced this year’s GATE examination. Therefore you must not follow other previous years’ question papers. Go through 2014 GATE papers only.
Create a proper planning
The GATE IIT examination covers the entire syllabus of the entire three to four years of engineering. Focus on the areas as per your branch of engineering and try to have grasp of the topics or subjects. It is important that you should always keep the GATE syllabus handy and prepare a timetable for your study accordingly.
Do not leave any subject
You should not have the mindset to ignore any specific subject completely. If you develop this kind of attitude you will not be able to cover the entire syllabus at the end. Set realistic goals and allot time in such a way so that you can cover all the subjects or topics properly and that too on time. It is important to remember that you have to cover up each topic thoroughly because the syllabus is vast and you can expect question from anywhere during the examination.
Take concise notes and be ready to revise the materials and
Keep short notes so that you can revise these important notes as much as you can. It is helpful during your preparation in the last few days where revising directly from books often would become difficult.
Focus on the main points and underline all the vital details. You can also keep a separate notepad to jot down important information or formulae. Many students use flashcards to remember the key points or important formulae for the last moment revision. Another way is to use short form or abbreviations or remember details with help of initials of a popular song or poem or other innovative way that helps you learn your examination topics quite well.
Analyze your scores in mock tests
Sit for mock tests and check where you actually stand. It is a kind of self-evaluation that allows you to identify the areas that you need to focus. You can make use of the test series offered by your tutorial center or even buy relevant books or CD or DVD for self-assessment. Be honest and take up the test properly within a scheduled time. If you wish you can ask your parents to invigilate and help you to get a feel as if you are taking the test inside an examination hall. Plus, you should also analyze the performance in the mock tests and understand the topics you are unable to cope up with.
Complete your preparation on time
Another important tip is to complete the entire syllabus on the scheduled time. You should prevent being in the situation where you would miss few chapters or subjects completely. It is ideal that you should complete the syllabus at least forty five days before the day of examination. During this period you should solve the papers and appear for the mock test. Make sure that you should also revise these topics in first thirty days of this timeline of forty five day.
Curtail your less important activities
Try to figure out less important activities. These include sleeping for long hours, watching television, browsing internet, online chatting and so on. Stop using internet beyond limit of two hours. Instead of checking your Facebook updates or other entertaining activities you should use the time to track down exam updates. It will help to get prepared for the examination in an effective way.
Check out the essential tips and start preparation for 2015 GATE examination in the best possible way. For more information on tutors or courses you can post your queries at My Private Tutor.
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