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Tips for prelims: ● ● ● ● ● ● While studying any subject, solve previous years questions within time limit and analyze it properly. ○ Make notes of all the random, tough questions and your mistakes. ○ Try to make a logical guess and analyze your strength and weakness in making intelligent guess. At least solve previous years objective three times and make sure that in your subsequent attempt your accuracy increases to 100 percent. While revising your subject before solving previous years objective in second attempt, make short notes of your notebook. Tips for making short notes: ○ Write each and every concept of your notebook in a crisp manner. ○ If you think that formula or final answers of any conventional questions can come in the prelims, then write answers of these types of conventional questions in your short notes. ○ Include answers of those questions that you have noted while solving previous years objectives. ○ Also include answers and concepts which you couldn’t solve during the mock tests. ○ Again never forget to write mistakes done doing previous years and mock tests. Revise your short notes before the real exam at least 2 times. During exam, make sure that you don’t waste much time in too much calculative questions as it might waste time of 2 to 3 questions. E.g, In this year prelims, there were 34 questions from fluid mechanics and several of them required long calculation. So skip these questions and solve easier and theoretical one. At last if you want to score high in technical prelims, then you have to attempt at least 120 questions and this would certainly require ready to answer formulas and intelligent guess.

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