Strategy for GATE rank below 100 in GATE 2018
There should always be a strategy and this strategy should lead you to victory. Getting a rank below 100 and studying in India’s top college is every GATE aspirants dream. It’s your strategy and how you execute is that makes you stand out from the rest.
Analysing and Solving previous Question papers
Analyse what subjects have highest weightage and target those subjects. For those subjects, you should list out the popular topics that are asked by looking at previous year GATE papers and these should be studied on a priority basis. You also need to make a time schedule to study individual topics.
Solve the previous years’ GATE papers
To know what the actual paper will be like you need to solve previous years’ GATE papers. It gives you an idea about your weakness and where to make improvements and a new perspective on how to face the questions during the GATE exam. So make sure that you solve as many previous exam papers as you can. This is the best way to prepare and crack GATE.
Test Series and Practice Sets
Try to answer all the 65 questions in the tests and then evaluate the answers by checking with the key. This will give you a good sense of your strengths and weaknesses. The practice sets will be equipped based on the latest exam patterns. So the more you practice the better chance you have to ensure a good rank in GATE exam.
Analyse your results
If you don’t analyse your results for every test written, this voids and doesn’t give value to your performance. You need to find the places where you have made mistakes and bank on those gaps. You need to identify the places where you could have scored more. You should measure your accuracy rates in various topics and prepare a sheet to make a record consisting of the key performance indicators for different tests and practice sets.
Keep the time for Revision
Time management is one of the key factors to crack any exam. So when you fix a schedule, you must make it a point to learn and complete a topic within a particular time period. After completing the entire syllabus, you must have time for a quick revision. No one can hold you back if you follow the very solid strategy that you have set.