Tips and Tricks
may have been up all night cramming away
too much info into your brain for your
exam the next day. Here are some general
tips to help you do your best going into
the exam room, in
Plan to peak for tests
Reach for your ultimate preparation and
alertness for the exam time.
Focus and supercharge your mind
Get some sleep! Don't stay up all night
if you want to be alert. You reach a
point where your productivity declines
anyway, so sleep to refresh your mind
the next morning.
Remember the main points of your notes,
reviewing what your lecturer has
emphasized to supercharge your
Make maximum use of your short term
Review crucial facts and info in the
minutes while you're waiting for the
exam room to open up.
Recall and write that info immediately
when the test starts.
Memorize key facts
Use memory tricks to help such as
acronyms and unusual illustration to
associate to the key words and facts you
have to remember.
Choose the order of your answers
Begin by skimming the questions as
quickly as possible and note any initial
thoughts beside each question. With so
many questions in EAMCET, this might not
What we suggest is just turn all the
pages and know for yourself what you
have to do in the next 3 hours. Plan an
attack. Divide the work in to time
frames and shoot in to the questions. By
doing so you will gain confidence and
you can proceed with energy.
You don't always have to start at the
beginning if you know another question
better. Start up on a section you know
well to give you confidence, get off to
a good start, that you can finish
quickly rather than getting stuck on and
taking valuable time on one you're less
If your thoughts aren't clicking on one
question, you're probably wasting your
time. Move on to a question where you
can be more productive.
In answering the questions:
Take a few moments to organize your
answers to avoid presenting information
in random disarray.
Try a couple of approaches on a proof if
you're not sure of the solution.
Be as interesting and creative as you
possibly can in your limited time.
Go for partial credit when you don't
know the answer in full.
This is a multiple choice exam. So
always make a guess as there is no
penalty for wrong answers.
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