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Managing competitive exams along with work

with work, many are of the opinion that preparation for competitive exams cannot be managed. To know how to efficiently juggle both, read on.

The competitive exams for gaining an admission into MBA are a little tough to crack, but not so, with a good amount of preparation and sufficient allocation of time. You are also required to compare your stage of preparation with the other aspirants to determine your progress and what you lack significantly.

The key to managing an effective study-work schedule is to start as early as possible. The earlier you start, the more benefit one reaps. Ideally, one can start preparing at least 9 months in advance and completing the initial level of preparation somewhere 3 months prior to the D-day. From then on, a check should also be maintained on your strengths and weaknesses by way of practicing mock tests and sectional tests.

The study material that is used for exams varies given the candidate’s choice and the recommendations he receives. But it also has to be seen if the judgment exercised in this case is fair enough and would be of real help in acing the exam. Even this would be determined by effective performance in mock tests.

Regular reading of newspapers and referring good quality material to enhance vocabulary would enable acing the written test and the group discussion rounds. Consistent practice across sections that are one ‘s weaker areas needs to be enforced as the scores initially may look discouraging but with sufficient practice, they may help you land good scores encouraging you prior to the exams.

Mock tests are recommended to be practiced twice in a week when the candidate is preparing for the exam. In the months occurring closer to the D-day, the examinee can practice mocks as much as possible to get used to sitting for 3 hours at a stretch to do well and get a good understanding of the environment in the exam.

Coaching helps maintain consistent touch with the preparation and the syllabus. Though it would be of help this way, a little thought needs to be given on how much of the coaching given is relevant and useful from the exam point of view. However, on the eve of the exam, the candidate is required to do a last minute revision of his notes and snippets and proceed in a calm way to do well with flying colors.For more detailsFree Reprint Articles, refer to XAT exam.

 

 

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