|Author: Nitst 22 Apr 2010 Member Level: Gold Points : 8 (Rs 6) Voting Score: 0|
|Hi Bush S.,|
Since the AIEEE 2010 is going to be held on 25th April, there is not enough time for any exhaustive guidelines and hence I will not waste any time and give you just a few tips on how to attempt the answers.
In exams of this nature, speed and accuracy both are equally important and therefore you have to strike a balance between the two. This is more so because of negative marking.
The thumb rule is to attempt the easier questions first. Usually, about 25% of the questions are easy and 25% difficult and the remaining ones are average. Spot and solve the easy ones first. Be mentally prepared for the difficult ones so that they don't unnerve you.
Try to do all your calculations without using a calculator at least during the next three days. It will help you in your calculations during the actual exam.
Just remember that the cut off for AIEEE is generally around 60 to 70% and therefore just solving the easy and average questions correctly will see you through. Do not waste too much time in attempting the difficult questions initially. Don't take them as a challenge and get carried away.
Follow rules strictly and do not mark more than one answer for any question.
After you have dealt with the initial round of questions, you can begin to attempt the rest by intelligent guessing. Do not forget about negative marking and resort to any wild guesses and it would be better to leave the answers blank.
Don't get enervated as these suggestions are to help you and not to make you any more nervous. I wish you all the very best for the exam.
|Author: alok saxena 22 Apr 2010 Member Level: Silver Points : 6 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
|As mentioned above time management is the key to scoring high in exams like AIEEE. |
I am giving you exact plan, what i give to my classroom students in kota.
1.Go with fresh brain: Do not reach exam hall running in last minute, reach before time.Don't burn midnight oil atleast on night before exam.Don't study just before exam.It will not help, but will shake your confidence.
2. Hit only loose balls : If all questions carry equal , why to show heroism by attempting tough problems, just choose easy ones.
3. Strategey : when ever you read a problem three things comes into mind -
(a) Wow, I know the answer, i have done this before. Come down, revisit the problem to see any minor variation, if no, click the answer.
(b) I don't know the answer, but i can solve it , if given time.Just mark the problem, don't solve now, move to next.
(c) Ooups , i am clue less. Cross the problem. Don't attempt it.
this way try to finish complete paper in 50% of the alloted time, if you are good enough you might have solved 40-50% problems by now.
repeat the same process with marked problems now.
For more details you can read any of the following resources