Most of the candidates must have a single question buzzing in their mind i.e "What to do in these last days"? Making a proper study schedule for the upcoming days will help you score more in the real exam. Coming to the core part, "Revisions & Mock Tests" are the two essential tasks one has to perform during these last days of preparation.
Step I: Revision is necessary
The most important phase of preparation is Revision. If the important topics that you studied earlier are not properly revised, it is as good as not studied. The revision will help you memorize/ remember what all you studied months back. According to Science, if you will not revise what you have studied, you will forget 70% of the data and of course, you cannot afford this. Make a list of the important topics and revise them all. This will brush up your knowledge and you will feel confident to appear for the exam. Now here the question arises, How to do the revision?
We will not advice oral revision unless it is General Knowledge. Also, for efficient revision, we advise you to make GK sticky notes and paste them on your refrigerator or almirah or anywhere in your room. Placing these Notes/ charts in front of your eyes all the time will help you memorize the GK more easily than trying to mug them. At the end of the day, try to remember, revise what all you learned. For other subjects like Maths & Reasoning, always revise intermittently. Eg. Start with Speed, Time & Distance Topic of Maths and then switch to other reasoning topic say Syllogism. This way, you will not feel overburdened.
Step II: Attempt at least 1 Full Mock Test Daily
Haven't appeared for any mock?? This is high time!! Practising mock test will not only help you align your performance in accordance with the time but also increase question-solving speed. The more you attempt the mock test, the more you become efficient. Make a habit of attempting at least 1 mock test daily. Your task doesn't end here. After attempting mock tests, go through the detailed solution of the questions you marked wrong. Try to find if that question can be solved by any shortcut method. If you continuously find problems in solving a particular topic, give that topic a couple of hours and reattempt those questions. By attempting mock tests daily before the actual RPF exam, students would cut down on the petty mistakes they may commit in the real exam.
That's it! If you will follow these simple steps in the last days before the exam, you will definitely reach closer to your dream job.
"Don't practice until you get it right, practise until you can't get it wrong"
So, stay confident and you will crack the exam. We hope these guidelines will help you score more in the real exam. If you have any query in your mind, please feel free to write it in the comments section below.
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