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how can I prepared myself for my exam?
So exam preparation is done differently according to different exams. Here as you have not mentioned your exam i.e. Boards or Competitive. I'll be telling you regarding both of them. For boards you need to start around 3-4 months before your exams. First do the chapters which you feel are the toughest, then do the mediocre chapters and then the easiest. Following this pattern will help you a lot as many of us have too much doubts while we study and especially in tougher chapters. So in the given time frame it'll be helpful for you to get all your doubts clear and write your exam well.
For Competitive exams like JEE and CET, you need to prepare from the starting of the year and keep solving MCQ's frequently. It'll help you get a goof grip on the time management as well as you will understand the chapters that you're studying and solving.
I hope this helped.
All the best. Study Hard
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