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1. Complete subjects one by one starting from the subject that you find easy and mixing the order with the subjects that can be finished in less time. Subject must be studied from objective as well as conventional point of view.
For example if you find Digital easy you can complete it first and then after finishing some more subjects, you can finish material or measurement like subjects which require less time.
2. After completion of each subject, practice 10 year questions both objective and subjective.
3. While practising objective, take a clock and set 1 hr alarm and attempt 60 questions (as in ESE u are supposed to do 120 ques in 2hr). After doing 60 ques, verify your answer but dont look at the solution. Suppose you attempted 40 right and 20 wrong. Then attempt those 20 again without any time limit. Let this time you got 10 right. Now attempt rest 10 by going through notes, books etc. And in the end you will be left with only 2 or 3 questions whose solution will need to be looked. And in this way you will be able to revise more and understand more and make more concepts regarding the quality questions. So don’t look the solution right away, wait till all your doors get closed.
4. In subjective also do the same procedure, set a time limit and proceed.
5. Generally students have a belief that one cannot score good marks in conventional but it is wrong. You are supposed to pay attention to some of the facts and you can score well in conventional.
6. In subjective paper, the first answer that you write must be of the question that you can answer best because it will create an impression on the mind of checker.
7. Always explain each and every formula or expression used in the answer and if a symbol is used its meaning must be provided. You are supposed to treat examiner as a layman who does not know anything.
8. You can use pencil to underline a good point or fact (I hv used it). Try to inculcate figures or block diagram to provide better understanding of your answer.
9. If you can provide an additional information on the question than write it as a note. For example, if a question of differential amplifier came than you can write, NOTE: Practically instrumentation amplifier is used instead of differential amplifier as there is gain and input resistance trade-off in differential amplifier.
On reading this examiner will came to know that you not only know the answer but have understanding of practical things. And this impression will fetch you more marks.
10. And last but not the least “YOUR HARD WORK WILL ALWAYS FETCH YOU SUCCESS”.
Please let me know if somewhere I am wrong or if anyone needs more information
– ROHIT JAIN
RANK 2 IES 2012
RANK 15 GATE 2012