NIMCET 2020 is just a couple of days away. Most of you must be getting the jitters and losing sleep over formulae, equations and theorems. It is very easy to loose track and panic at this point. Now, how does one utilize just this little time left? There are a few do’s and don’s easy ways to handle the last two days of NIMCET 2020.
8 Easy Ways To Handle The Last Two Days
Avoid new topic
This is the time to just re-visit your basic fundamentals, formulas and derivations, revise what you’ve already studied over the last one year, don’t go running behind new topics.
Taking up a completely new topic in the last few days will only confuse you further, leading to a panic situation. It is better to be completely confident about the things you know than to walk into the examination hall with incomplete information about a new topic. You can review our study material, key concepts/formulas and nothing further which is enough to take you through the last few days.
Revisit and Recall
Some important topics that need to be revised would be coordinate geometry and Trigonometry, P&C, Probability and Vectors in mathematics, Puzzles and coding decoding in Reasoning and Number system and Boolean in Computers. Try to incorporate flash cards to recall important topics, theorems, equations etc. Also try to have a quick look in our video solutions for saving time.
Make all the mistakes that you possibly can in the last few days while you practice mock papers. This will ensure that you don’t repeat these mistakes when you take the actual exam. This is similar to the exercise of facing your fears head on! You might as well make those silly mistakes while you can afford to. So if you fumble while taking mock NIMCET papers, don’t get flustered. These mistakes you make in our online mock test ensure that you don’t repeat them on D-day.
Hail your hand written notes
Needless to say, you should go through your own notes. Brush up your concepts once again from your own Notes don’t refer any book now. You can always look through your highlighted portion in the Printed study material and also find new techniques to ace your exam in our blog.
Previous years’ NIMCET papers
Go through the NIMCET question papers of the last five years. It’s not necessary to go beyond five years. Solving previous years’ NIMCET question papers will prepare you psychologically to face NIMCET 2020 with more confidence, or you can watch their video solutions Link is NIMCET TRICKS as you’ve already tested the waters with the last years’ papers.
Tune your biological clock
If you’re used to studying in the wee hours of the night and sleeping throughout the day, it’s time to reverse your body clock! In the last week leading to NIMCET 2020, make sure that you are up and about during the time the exam is scheduled, otherwise you’re bound to feel sleepy while writing the test!
- Eight hours of sleep (10pm to 6 am)
- Six to eight hours of study throughout the day
- No new topics
This should be your new mantra.
Stop studying in the night at least in the last week, your NIMCET paper are scheduled in one slot: between 10 am-12 noon. Try to take mock NIMCET papers exactly during these timing under conditions similar to the actual examination day. This will ensure that you are not under pressure on the D-day.
Practice does make you perfect
Sounds cliched, but that’s because it’s true! When you are not practicing, remember, someone somewhere is practicing and when you meet him, he will win.
What could give you an edge over others, who’re learning the same things from the same set of books, is practice. You can easily access free NIMCET mock tests online or practice from the mock paper sets that you can buy from us.
Rest and relax
Watch a movie, go jogging, play a game of football, meditate or practice yoga – indulge in any of these or other activities that would relax and calm you. Read our blog for better suggestions.
Face NIMCET with confidence and assurance in your preparation. Remember, it is just another exam and not the end of the world. Irrespective of how your paper goes, a wonderful life awaits you!
All The Best