Every year lakhs and lakhs of candidates appear for competitive exams but only few thousands clear the same…. One of the
Every year lakhs and lakhs of candidates appear for competitive exams but only few thousands clear the same…. One of the reasons is Practice. Just learning the subject will not be sufficient, you need to put the learning into practice. Observe a toddler who has just learned to walk, he keeps on walking till he goes to sleep…. Practicing. Remember your first days of schooling, when you were taught to write alphabets, teacher made you to write the same twice, thrice daily as homework, to make you perfect in whatever you learned. The same thing applies for competitive exams also.
In the course of your preparation for competitive exams you learn many short cuts to solve the sums in Quantitative Aptitude, new things in general awareness, new vocabulary and many such things. You have to practice all these things regularly to get a hang on them.
Most of the competitive exams are time bound, each paper has got specific cut off time, for example for Quantitative Aptitude, to solve 50 questions you will get only 45 minutes to solve the same. Thorough practice of the subject only will give you the edge.