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Hello I am waquar I am preparing for PMT exam and I am confused that how to revice all the stuff so tell me mam' how to do????
Dear Waquar,Your question seems to be fundamental where you are stuck with the revision which is not a problem rather it is a sincere task which must be accomplished with your analytical brain. Never be too much exhaustive with such hefty dose as it is the integral part of your preparation. It is quite natural phenomenon for sincere students which bothers due to the willingness of finishing the task within a stipulated time of frame. If it is not so then how come you will chase the target so take it positively and work out to formulate it structurally.First you develop the habit to do the self study as much as possible and then attend the brain storming session among your friends those are preparing for the same. It will give you benchmarking that where you are lacking and where you are lagging behind, but make it sure your benchmarking must be with the competent and sincere students otherwise things will be like swelling the balloons and nothing else.Second thing is your confidence with the defined approach to finish the entire syllabus as per requirement of entrance, as we know nothing is defined in the given syllabus so only covering the syllabus is not the end of story. You need to look at the previous question banks and try to solve them with a speed of of your analytical brain and then rate yourself. As you know entrance tests like IIT-JEE, CPMT-CBSE are not memory based test rather you have to solve the problems with analytical mind then think about the competence where the same question is being solved by million hands ultimately scoring will be high based on throughput gain of aspirants.Try to understand the reasoning of entire matter and think about the rational of your study and demand of such high standard goal where millions of medical aspirants are putting effort to crack it. Because of such tough race the bar of completion goes higher and higher accordingly cut off marks reaches more then expectation. Third point is to summarize all these points while preparing for the exam and then acquire all the inputs and imbibe them with broad thinking. Overcome the false hope and be realistic on routine basis take everything routinely which should be reflected in your aptitude.All the bestManoj
Dear Waquar, many thanks for your question, In fact your is a very practical question. I know that many students are in dilemma that they wish to crack medical exam, but due to some reasons they couldn't make it. The reasons are obvious; unplanned preparation of the medical exam and lack of proper guidance.As you are preparing for PMT exams, my advice to you would be that you have to plan and manage time for your subjects. For example you have decide time for physics, chemistry, biology and other subjects such as English or general knowledge (depends upon states rules and regulations). A well managed and consistent planning will definitely help you understand the subjects for PMT entrance exam.Coaching with specialized training centers will definitely let you know your weakness and will definitely help you to prepare for the entrance exams. Let me give you some practical tips to have command over subjects.Try to understand the concepts, never try to cram the things, your teacher will definitely help you to clear your doubts. After every class (every day) please go through notes and understand properly. Discuss with your friend as much as possible. It will help you to remember the things properly and for very long time. The reason is that what ever we study we. forget and what ever we discuss, we never forget or retain for long time. Every Sunday or holiday again revise the course what you studied in a week. This practice will surely make you to remember the notes of your subjects. The exposure of previous years question papers will let you know the pattern of examination. Try to solve the questions within the stipulated time, this will overcome the fear of exam. Or you can plan with your friend for weekly mock medical exams.Another point always prepare notes with your own hands, if you study some one else notes than you will take time to understand the material and this will be not helpful for you in long run. A tips with your seniors who have already cracked the exam will definitely give you some pathway, which you can follow.Finally, believe yourself, have faith in your hard work and you will definitely do it.with all my best wishes,Good Luck...
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