It is often that many aspirants that get confused during exam time. This confusion reduces confidence to attempt further questions as well as influence speed to complete exam on stipulated time.
Most Probable sections of Confusion are General Awareness and English Language because of their large syllabus and random approach of examiner to choose the questions for SSC/IBPS Exams.
It not only spoils preparation of a candidate but also reduce the performance/confidence of the candidate. It also effects time management for each section which results in leaving those questions which are easy to solve.
There are several tips and techniques which may help a candidate to avoid confusion situation, guide to gain confidence and improve the performance of a candidate.
1. DON’T STUCK JUST READ IT COMPLETELY
a) First select a section in which you are confident to score good marks. Mark on questions, a tick, cross or circle which show that you have done, don’t know or confused in any question respectively. That will show quick review of your progress.
Avoid reading long questions/statements which often may take more time to read. This will short out easy questions and improve your self-confidence.
b) Then take a second round on those questions on which you mark circles shows confusion. Now it’s time to tackle such questions. Sometime you may found these questions very easy and gets solved at once.
c) Read all the questions having circle marks and mark double circle if you are not able to solve/recall the answer or forget formula of any question. Leave double circle marked question to the end time.
d) Then move to next section of MCQ Test paper.
2. Method to recall or revive Memory or Refresh Memory
Take a slow deep breath by closing your eyes. Don’t panic. Try to think positive. Move your head up & down and side wise for one or two time to relieve stresses. Then close your eyes for a moment and try to reach at same position/location at which you may have done your practice for the exam.
Push your mind gently to reach to recall level. Sometime it is present in mind but you are not able to revive it because you are not able to produce the same environment in which you learn those questions and answers.
3. LUCK FACTOR
Sometime Luck factor may help aspirants to reach right answers. It is found that if you are not able to reach towards right answer your Luck factor move you to find the correct answer. So use Luck factor in such condition when you really know that you are not able to qualify this exam. The Luck factor techniques are so many that depends up on mentality of particular people. The technique is explained as follows:
a) First take a look at negative marking. If there is no negative marking or negative marking is up to ¼ of any question, then you may use Luck factor technique to achieve good score in competitive exam.
b) Don’t apply this technique for 1/3 negative marking of any question paper.
c) When you are confirm to use Luck Factor then use your pencil/pen for getting right answer by luck.
d) Write/Mark four/five options i.e. (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which are provided in answer booklet for every question on each side of it.
e) Throw it on the table for every question to get correct answer.
f) Fill the circle which you found after rolling of pen/pencil and do the same for rest of confused (double circled questions) questions.
g) Leave it on LUCK / GOD and Wait for result.
h) May GOD help you to qualify such competitive exams.
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