7 Tips to Crack UGC-NET Exam

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28 Sep 2016

7 Tips to Crack UGC-NET Exam

Examination time is the most crucial and difficult time for students as they face too much of burden and mental pressure of clearing the entrance with good scores.

UGC NET entrance is basically to become a lecturer and the candidates preparing for UGC NET must also be looking for preparation tips to get encouraged and motivated in achieving UGC NET Score card.

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Teachwell has come up with most important ‘10 tips’ to crack UGC NET Exam which contains all the useful information for aspirants to release exam stress ease and out the preparation.

Qualifying UGC NET is a tough task as the difficulty level of the exam is quite high. The paper is designed by CBSE and that too in such a way that it filters out brilliant students for the prestigious post of Assistant Professor Position or Junior Research Fellowship and to perform research programs.

Below are the 10 important tips before appearing for exams

  1. Note down your Syllabus

The NET Exam takes places in three phases (one paper in each phase). The Paper-I consists General Aptitude Questions and there are two other papers, Paper-II and III contains subjective questions related to the concerned subject chosen by the aspirant.

It is advisable to Note down the complete UGC NET Syllabus of your chosen subject and re-view all the units which you’ll have to cover to get a good score. Always start with the topic you can cover faster and is of your interest.

  1. Refer Good and recommended Books

Purchase some good books recommended by UGC that will help you to clear your logics and basic concepts as well as cover whole syllabus.  Also try and study online UGC NET free online study material.

#Notes should be properly made and should be very clear and well written so when you have to revise or reuse them in future you can just open your notebook and use it.

  1. Try to Teach Someone

To test your knowledge for what you’ve understood and learned, start teaching someone else. This will certainly help you in retaining things in your memory for long duration. When you help others in understanding difficult topics and solving tough questions you gain more clarity of the concept.

  1. Time Management

Developing Time Management Skills is rather very beneficial if you are going to appear for UGC NET Exam.

How to manage time before exams?

  • You don’t have to be a book worm and study all the time, just make sure you fully focus and concentrate on what you are reading.
  • Allocate separate time to every section of the syllabus and schedule your daily routine at the first priority in order to reduce confusion of what to read and whatnot.
  • You have to give at least 4 to 5 hours regularly to your studies.
  • Also find out time for Daily Revision as well of what you have read for the past few days.

(ii). Time Management during Exams – Time management is the primary thing to do while sitting in the examination hall. As time is limited to solve questions in most of the entrance exams including UGC NET, try to attempt the section first which you can do very fast.

If possible! Save some time to check if you have marked all the answers.

  1. Stay Updated

It is important to keep yourself updated with the current affairs and general awareness. Listen to the recent news and read newspapers for the same. Candidates should have complete knowledge about their chosen UGC NET Subject.

  1. Take help of Online Mock Test and Solved Papers

Study previous year’s papers and solve them online to test your knowledge. You may also join any coaching institute and buy online test series and mock test papers for self-assessment.

      7.Boost your Confidence Level

It’s pretty normal to get anxious before exams but test apprehension can be decreased by thorough preparation. Be confident that you’ve done everything and you remember it also can boost up your confidence level.

I hope these tips can benefit you in your preparation during exam studies. Write in the comments below if you have any more queries.