Preparing for CDS II 2021: Follow these Steps for better Results

By Dhruv Kumar|Updated : October 5th, 2021

Keep your face always toward the sunshine and shadows will fall behind you.” –  Walt Whitman.

Below are some ways, try adopting the below ways in one’s daily life & remember that attitude changes everything!

Keep your face always toward the sunshine and shadows will fall behind you.” –  Walt Whitman.

Below are some ways, try adopting the below ways in one’s daily life & remember that attitude changes everything!

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Here are Ten steps to keep yourself motivated for the CDS II 2021 exam

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1. Keep yourself organized

  • Aspirants generally confused and don't know how and where to start the preparation for CDS exam.
  • A serious candidate always creates a plan, it makes tasks more manageable.
  • Create a plan with detailed steps and deadlines clearly showing what you will cover in a specific time.
  • Go for SMART goals and try to make a schedule that is compatible with your college schedule/ daily schedule and routine.

2. Go for limited study material 

  • There are a lot of materials and resources available in the market. First, go for the basic books (NCERT), make your own notes, keep them limited so you can revise it easily and in the revision phase you have limited study material which can be covered easily.

3. Get rid of distractions

  • It is easy to delay when you have something that is pulling your attention in another direction.
  • Do not study while watching television, switch off your smartphone, and ask your family and friends to respect your study time.
  • You will have better results from your studies if you are fully engaged.

4. First work on your weak areas 

  • It’s easy to ignore the hardest tasks, topics, or time-consuming responsibilities.
  • Identify your weak subjects/areas and tackle those first.
  • Once you are done with the hard part, the rest will be more enjoyable.

5. Incentivise yourself.

  • If self incentivisation helps you to study, then go for it.
  • Maybe you allow yourself to use the smartphone or walk or 15-30 minutes of relaxation after completing your goal for the day.
  • Acknowledge what you have achieved that day, reward yourself when you’ve reached the milestone you set.

6. Start and your mood will catch up

  • If you feel demotivated to study. Get out your books and begin reading.
  • Once you start with your studies, your mood can catch up.

7. Motivate yourself

  • Another tip to help you pick up your studies is revisiting why you decided to join Defence forces.
  • Think about what motivated you initially and why joining the defence forces is important for you.

8. Change your attitude

  • Try to rearrange your thoughts and attitude towards studying so it has a more positive association.
  • Change your habit from “I have to”, to “I want to”.

9. Some is better than none

  • In case of the crunch of time do a little every day and make a habit out of it.
  • Even if you studied 30 minutes a day, it is better than doing nothing.
  • Consistency is the key if you want to achieve results.

10. Announce your goal 

  • Share your targets with someone, that will make you more likely to accomplish them.
  • Having someone to hold you accountable is a great way to reach a goal.

 “The best way to predict your future is to create it.”

Abraham Lincoln

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