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Monday, 9 June 2014

How to complete ca exam paper on time?

How to complete exam paper on
time?

Here I would like to share with you a
something different which can be useful
for your upcoming examinations. Many a
times my friends complaining that they are
unable to complete their papers in a given
time.Please keep in mind that in
professional examination like C.A.
examiners are framing question papers in a
such a way that student can complete
paper in given period of 3 hours.
Institute has fixed time for examination for
3 hours and 15 minutes. You will be given
extra 15 minutes to read question paper.In
such a time you will be not given answer
sheet and you will have 3 hours net to
write your question paper. In examination
each and every minute
is extremely important.Many times I found
students are reading outside of examination
hall till last minute and finally can not
find their seat number and waste their
time.
Many times students fail to score well, not
because they do not know the answers to
the questions asked, but because they are
unable to complete the paper in the given
time. Here are tips to ensure that you
complete the paper in the stipulated time
and pass with flying colors.
1. Start writing from the get-go
Often, when a paper begins, before you
start writing you may be tempted to look
around and note people’s expressions or
look through the whole paper and evaluate
what you know and what you don’t. But do
not give in to these temptations. Start
writing the paper from the minute you get
it. You must understand that each minute
saved is a minute earned in the
examination hall.
2. Do not waste time
pondering over answers
Write what you know and leave what you
don’t for the time being. Once you have
finished writing the answers for all the
questions you know, revisit the questions
you have left and try to answer as many as
you can.
3. Do speed training with sample papers
before exams
Speed training is extremely essential these
days, keeping in mind the complexity of
question papers. Practice finishing papers
15 minutes before the stipulated time,
keeping 15 minutes for revision. But
remember to do these practice sessions
rather seriously, without any breaks in
between or without any help from your
textbooks. Apart from time training, this
will also help you in knowing how
prepared you are for the exams. Solve at
least five practice sample papers for each
subject and you are bound to get a hang of
completing papers on time.
4. Make no-breaks a rule
You must discipline yourself in such a way
that you don’t need to take breaks, because
every minute counts. Carry a water bottle
so that you don’t have to step out to drink
water. Avoid rest room breaks and
definitely don’t take breaks to relax your
fingers.
5. Walk into the examination hall with a
fresh mind and body
Often, students study through the night and
walk into the examination hall tired and
very pre-occupied. This hampers them from
doing their best. Ensure that you have slept
well so that during the exams you are
completely alert and at your fastest. Don’t
do sample papers one day before the exam
so you don’t walk in mentally and
physically tired. Have a healthy snack
before you walk in so that you don’t feel
hungry and low on energy. And keep mints
on you in case you feel unwell. Carrying
some glucose water may be a good idea as
well.
6.Genreal Tips
Bring two calculators to
examination hall.
If unfortunately one stops
working you can take help of
another else you can
demand from your
supervisor without
any hesitation.
Use only that calculator
with which you are
familiar.which will be
useful to you save your
time.
Always plan your schedule
in a such a way that you
well reach examination hall
on time.
Avoid coping from
your neighbor.
Try to complete every
questions in time according
to weighted of marks given
to individual questions.
The trick is to be prepared and confident.
Keep nervousness at bay and take on every
exam like a battle you need to win and you
are bound to emerge as a winner.
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All the best!

Regards...

HIMANSHU PUROHIT