- Concepts clarity & solving technique
- Question selection Capability
- Exam temperament
Concepts clarity & solving technique: If you have studied everything then you should be able to solve 60% of the question easily. But there is always scope for improvement. Revise your concepts and make sure, with each revision you are able to solve 20% faster.
- Revise the concepts
- Resolve the examples/types of problems
- Asses your performance through topic tests → if your performance in topic tests is not up to the mark then repeat point 1 to 3.
Exam Temperament: It is related to question selection capability. If you are good at question selection then you wont feel the pressure during the exam. But sometimes, things do not work according to the plan. For example, if you are stuck in a question for 3–4 minutes then what should be done? Make a time limit for yourself, let’s say 3 minutes (25-50% more than average time taken by you to solve 1 question so if on an average, you take 2 minutes to solve a question then take it as 3 minutes ). If you are not able to solve any problem within 3 minutes then mark the question and move to the next question.
Now, let’s see what should be the process to be followed during the Mock tests.
All the best!!!
Author: Kamlesh Chauhan
CAT Trainer @ BFactory