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Quantative Aptitude • Do not see the solution. Attempt at least three times. • Very weak students: do not solve the questions “time bound”. Do not see time. Objective is to crack the questions. • Structure for every class: o In the class: Attend the class and take notes. Write the questions when dictated by the faculty. Then solve it when he/she asks you to. o Stop the faculty if he is going very fast. If you do not understand anything, Remember, if your basics are not clear in the class, you will never do well. o At home: Revise the class questions. o Then attempt the solved examples without seeing the solutions. Do not do it time bound. Objective is to understand the concepts and get questions right. Try discussing the concepts with your friends o After doing all this, and then only solve the exercise. Take it like a test. Usually for a 40 questions exercise, take 25 minutes test. Objective is: maximizing your scores. After that, check your scores. After that give yourself 15 minutes and try solving the remaining questions. Check the scores of the next 15 minutes test separately. After that solve all the questions which you have not solved or got wrong again. AVOID seeing the solutions at any cost. Keep cracking your head for getting those unsolved/wrong questions. If you are a WEAK student – do NOT do it as a test .. do the exercise question by question o Then do a thorough analysis of the paper. o Next class scheduled for solving the exercise, discuss your performance with the faculty and your classmates. o Revise the class notes and those critical questions once more before you close the chapter completely. • When a class is scheduled for a QAT (revision test), make sure you revise all the concepts taught earlier a day before you write the paper. • If you are a weak student – read up the theory and solved examples before you come for the class – that way you will be able to catch up things faster DI & Analytical Reasoning • • • Spend at least 60 minutes on just calculations everyday Solve ONLY the material Follow a similar class structure to Quant classes.
Reading Comprehension • • Read Read and Read, but do it in a structured manner. 3 dividends of lots of reading…. You become good in RC, English & GK. Try going through Internet resources like wikipedia, how stuff works, etc.
etc. They build your knowledge. Take your graduation studies seriously Overall DO NOT waste time BCOM students can look at certification courses from NSE India. Science. Try forming study groups within yourselves Attend all your classes… your reaction speed is tested most when you perform in a class in front of everyone. so take their guidance and follow it Doing loads of materials and variety of mock cats will not help. (NCFM).I. makes your CV look impressive (helps your GD PI clearing easier). Topics will have to range from Philosophy. spend 30 minutes on that per day.• • • • • • Make a topic plan and spend a fortnight on that topic. magazine monthly Solve MATERIAL English & Vocab • Solve Material regularly • Due cue cards while traveling in a day • Revise your errors in classes and material time to time General Preparation • • • • Students weak in spoken English and communication skills. 1 business magazine weekly T. Politics. and you can benchmark yourself • • • • Sourajit Anthony Ghosh Alumni – IIM Indore . Read a novel a fortnight (but toooo lengthy process for batches starting from Feb onwards) 2 Editorial columns of 2 good newspapers everyday.E. They are all trained. do it well. and also helps you in your summer placements once you reach a B-School Keep interacting with your faculty. till you become comfortable. Technology.M. Objective is whatever you do.