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what are the ways to increase percent in Exams?


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#73948    Author: Harish Jharia    09 Apr 2009 Member Level: Gold   Points : 4


Hello D.Lakshmanan.Abhilash,

For scoring higher marks you need to work hard, study daily and regularly for the whole year. You should remove the wrong concept from your mind that starting studies just 3-4 moths before the examination would suffice.

There is a detailed ISC Resource on this subject. Read this resource and get benefit out of it.

For going to the ISC Resource Click this Link:
“How should we prepare for exams...? ”

Regards
Harish Jharia
9 April 2009


Regards,

Harish Jharia

#73960    Author: Dr Sachine (Eye Retina Surgeon)  09 Apr 2009 Member Level: Gold   Points : 3

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#73967    Author: Rekha    09 Apr 2009 Member Level: Gold   Points : 2

Improve hand writing.
Don't try to by heart things study things in detail and do imagination while studying. Relate the study material with some thing so that you can remember while you writing the exam.

#73990    Author: Seema RK    09 Apr 2009 Member Level: Gold   Points : -20

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#74128    Author: Sandeep Tiwari    09 Apr 2009 Member Level: Gold   Points : 10

Here I am giving you some tips and trick to score good marks in the examination:- Get a good nights sleep before the test;do not study before three to four hours of starting the test;Read all the instructions carefully and try to answer all the questions.

For short answer questions leave the original answer once you decide about it whereas when it comes to multiple choice questions look for the opposites in the choices ,one of them would be probably correct.Rework the question and use the reworking as part of your written answer.Write neatly.

Before two month of your exams have all of your materials ready and in the place that you are going to study;study when its quiet;no music, no TV, No ipod ; do your most difficult subject fist or else you may never get to it;keep a calendar so that you know when a project is due or a test is going to be given;vocabulary is very important. Words have different meanings;you need to know the meaning for the subject that you are taking;study the relationship of things. How is the topic that you studied related to the unit that you are studying;your textbook has hints for you. Many books have important words or phrases in darkened or colored type, make sure that you know them thoroughly.

#74291    Author: Disha SM  10 Apr 2009 Member Level: Silver   Points : 4

Firstly prepare well for the exam.
Be sure of the answers.
Few tips are.
Keep yourself calm during the exam.
Go through the question paper as soon as you get it and make a note of the questions to which you know the answers very well.
Start wirting the those answers which you are fully confident of; But before starting briefly recall all the points you know and need to be written in your mind quickly.
Answer in points and highlight the keywords.
Maintain neatness.
Try avoiding making scratches and markings.

#75385    Author: gopikrishnan  12 Apr 2009 Member Level: Bronze   Points : 6

Some simple tips to enhance studying and dealing with exam stress...
1.Find the right time: Students should experiment with different times of the day to find their best study time, but they should pick a time when they are alert and ready to concentrate.
2. Create a calming and productive atmosphere: An effective study area should have good lighting and ventilation, a comfortable chair, and a space large enough to spread out your materials. Listening to one's favorite music also helps.
3.Exercising or socializing during study breaks: Many schools have created events to help students cope with stress.
One month before - develop an exam revision timetable so that you cover all subjects every three days

Revise in chunks of an hour. Reward yourself for sticking to an hour with twenty minutes of music, TV or food Try to make this the same time of day

Switch off and move away anything that distracts you – computer, TV etc
For short answer questions leave the original answer once you decide about it whereas when it comes to multiple choice questions look for the opposites in the choices ,one of them would be probably correct.Rework the question and use the reworking as part of your written answer.Write neatly.

Put a sign on the door –Exam Winner Revising – Keep Out. Bring Food Later

Revise and practice in silence so you replicate exam conditions and you get used that that environment On the day

Get to bed early; do not stay up late revising. A good night’s sleep will do you more good

#76739    Author: Suchitra  16 Apr 2009 Member Level: Silver   Points : 4

there is no other way you can improve your marks other than studying hard. Studying will only solve your problem. Try and learn as much a syou can. Copying or trying any tricks wont help you at all. even though if they help you once and prove beneficial to you. i am sure you always would love to do in that way only.

but if you study hard and improve your exams you wont find any difficulties learning new things ever.If you are a student stying is the only thing you should do, playing is alwasy there. play a game with your studies too that which answer can be best remembered by you.

#77080    Author: asheesh  17 Apr 2009 Member Level: Bronze   Points : -20

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#77085    Author: asheesh  17 Apr 2009 Member Level: Bronze   Points : 4

9. It's not just a Firewall
FireWall-1 is a network device, so you'll have to know all about TCP/IP concepts like subnetting and which service uses which port. Trying to tackle firewalls without knowing TCP/IP is like trying to be a server administrator without knowing how to use a mouse and keyboard.

10. Plan your Studies
There is a wide variety of topics on the CCSA exam, so make sure you cover them all. Following the exam outline or a good book will help you stay on track, and ensure there are no surprises come exam time.

Best of luck on your studies!

#77151    Author: Divanoli M    17 Apr 2009 Member Level: Bronze   Points : -20

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#77898    Author: Prateek  19 Apr 2009 Member Level: Silver   Points : 4

Dear Freinds,

First of all i would like to say that there is no shortcut to increase the marks in exam. You have to work hard on your basics than only you can succeed.

Today a lot of material is available in the market and online which says to increase marks very quickly.These people are making money by just playing tricks.You know the coaching classes are opened for every student from the primary level and the parents are sending their children in these classes without knowing the reality.

You have to be sincere in our work afterall. I know these are regularly said by our parents also but this is ths FACT of life with which they have already gone.

At last i would say just have faith in yourself and you can do it easily.



With regards,
Prateek

#77909    Author: Ajay Kumar    19 Apr 2009 Member Level: Gold   Points : -20

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Ajay Kumar

#77911    Author: FAZULUL RAHMAN    19 Apr 2009 Member Level: Silver   Points : 1

sleep well...

dont worry about the exam..

have confidence in you...

you will surely get good marks..

#78637    Author: Ravi Prakash    20 Apr 2009 Member Level: Silver   Points : 4

Practice papers: Do these against the clock – learn how long it takes to do different kinds of
question. Follow the exam technique in the ‘In the Exam’ section
• Complete ‘model answers’ without a time pressure – 100% accurate, using text books and
notes. Revise from these as well course books
• Practise ‘taking a picture’ of diagrams in your head (and storing to your brain’s hard disk!)
by staring at the diagram for 3 minutes, studying each line, number etc. Then cover it over
and see if you can draw it exactly, by putting the stored image on a screen in your mind’s
eye. Zoom-in for more detail and compare the two diagrams when you have finished. Do
this daily until you can replicate accurately each time


Regards,
Ravi Prakash
(ISC Gold Member)

#79502    Author: shalini  23 Apr 2009 Member Level: Silver   Points : 5

hello..
first of all its not an easy task to score marks in exams.
It involves the following:
1.u should understand the concepts
2.practice writing to improve ur hand writing.whenever u write and c ,u will not forget the answers.
3.write and c all the key points to test whether u are able to remember the answers of the Q.
4.close all ur preparations 15min before.Enter the examnation hall 10 min before and be relaxed.
5.go to bed early in the night.Have atleast 6 hrs of sleep.
6.skim the questions first ,decide and then start writing.
7.Avoid strikings except in unavoidable situations.
present the paper neatly as possible.Presentation is more important than writng the answers.
8. start with the question which is known 100%.
9.put in 100% hardwork.dont read the unstudied answers at the time of entering the hall which will spoil the studied Q.
10.Have self-confidence.
ALL THE BEST

#79551    Author: kondaveeti nagaraju  23 Apr 2009 Member Level: Bronze   Points : 4

hi friend
In the exam you'll be expected to answer questions on the subjects you studied in class, which means you'll need a full set of notes to revise from. If you missed some classes your notes may not be complete.

To make sure your notes are up-to-date, check your notes against the subject revision checklist given to you by your teacher. If the checklist shows you are missing notes on some subjects, ask your teacher which chapters of the subject text book you need to read and make notes on to fill in the gaps.

nagaraju


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