The first thing that you need to do if you are worried about how to crack NIMCET 2021 in the last month is to be aware of the NIMCET exam pattern.
Out of the four sections in NIMCET, Logical Reasoning is the second most important section after Mathematics as it covers 24% of the entire paper. In this last hour one needs to study smartly. The last 20 days before the exam need to be utterly devoted to revising and practising more and more questions from the different sections. Therefore, it is not entirely impossible for candidates who wish to crack the NIMCET exam with just a month in their hands to prepare.This section can bring one to a pretty good score if he practice right things. Though everything in an exam seems important, it is essential to prioritize the order in which you handle questions.
Here are a few tips for LR & Aptitude section of NIMCET 2021 :
- PREVIOUS YEAR QUESTIONS :
While preparing for any subject it is of utmost necessity that the aspirants go through the previous year papers of the particular subject. Similarly for this section as well make sure to revise and practice the previous year questions. There have been many instances where similar as well as same questions have been asked in the paper.
You can follow the given link to download all previous years’ papers -:
- PRACTICE :
While books, study material, previous papers, internet are all necessary for this section, one thing that is of utmost necessity is practice. Reasoning and Aptitude is a subject which cannot be mugged up but instead can only be understood. Also try to practice more and more puzzle-related questions. If you get one solution then all the subsequent questions of the puzzle will be solved. Every year there is a puzzle or two in the paper and they cover almost 8-10 questions and if you decode the puzzle then you can get all those questions in one shot.
Here’s a link from where you can practice Reasoning and Aptitude questions by selecting the respective subject -:
- ANALYSE :
Look for explanation for why a particular option is correct and the rest are incorrect. This is what reasoning is all about. If you reach at the bottom of it, you can solve any LR question.It is advisable to attempt questions on Deductions, Blood relations, Directions, Symbols and Notations and Input and Output before moving on to others as they are not so tricky and take lesser time to solve.
If students can follow these preparation tips with a smart work strategy, it will definitely benefit them within this remaining time. Also give some time to leisure activities to make sure you don’t get fed up with studies. Always study on a chair and table. Exam centres do not have laptops, so practice mocks using a traditional hand-held mouse.
Start practising and perform your best in the exam! All the best!!