hello its ATHAR ABBAS here.i have applied in jamia for UG BA HISTORY honours ...i need to know the syllabus which type of question will be ask in entrance exam .my exam will be on 5th Nov ...pllzz suggest me how to crack exam
The syllabus for entrance exam of B.A hons history in jmi includes the general knowledge and current affairs.
The paper will be of 100 marks. The questions will be of multiple choice and relating to current affairs and general knowledge.
Hope it helps.
Can you give me some neet questions papers from that i can get idea . and if someone else is not able to crack exam or get less marks in neet exam then what will happen ?
Hello, hope you are doing well,
There are numerous websites which provide mock tests and test papers or questions online. Do search on google for those.
To crack the exam, there are category wise minimum percentile in which you need to score. For general or unreserved category, your score should be in minimum of 50 percentile. For other categories the percentile ranges from 40-45th. Many students who are not able to get scores choose to reappear for the NEET examination.
If you score less, you may or may not get an admission in a medical college. Even if you do, it will be a private college with fees twice more than that of government medical colleges.
Hope this answers your question!
Im a medical aspirant student now in class 12th.I will give neet exam next year.I dont think Im able to crack exam, so that I Need a backup plan .Im little confused,either I will go for drop or I will go for graduation....so pls suggest me...what will good for me.
Hello student ,
First of all I will suggest you that you and only can judge yourself about your capability of cracking your any exams . If you thinks that whatever you studied in 10+2 is enough for you all you need is to solve multiple choice questions or previous year questions will be enough for you to crack the exams then you should not drop your one year because as you know it will take your 5 and half year to complete your under graduate course further if you want to go for post graduation preparation or any kind course like MD or MS there also you have to take one year leave for preparation so it will take a lot of time to complete your dream . So for now if you think then don't drop you one year and prepare yourself with 10+2 and work hard you can do it or if you think you can not do you need leave then it depends on you just check your ability and knowledge then go for it .
Hope you find this helpful .
Good luck !
I am graduate in commerce age 20 sir, i totally wasted my 3 years of graduation and now want to start my career as an banking aspirat with zero Static Ga knowledge zero reading habit and lack in English grammar and vocab is still have a chance to crack exam if start with stratch ? please help me
Every aspirant is a beginner first,so if you are determined and are persistent in chasing your dreams,then there's absolutely no hurdles, it's all in the mind so to speak.
Don't dwell in the past,live in the moment and try to work on yourself.
The best way to improve General Awareness is reading newspaper on a daily basis,you can start with The Hindu or Indian Express,read the editorials daily,it'll help you in vocabulary, comprehension and increase your general awareness as well. For banking and business part,you can read The Economic Times, just continue doing this on a regular basis.
To be strong in a language say English, you need to work on the foundation, the grammar part so start with any standard books and get your concepts clear, the basics topics such as Subject-Verb Agreement, Tenses, Adverb,Adjective,Prepositions etc. Once you have built the solid foundation,you can go for Plinth to Paramount or SP Bankshi's Objective English, for Vocab building Norman Lewis's Word Power Made Easy is the best book,there are many websites which provide mock test in offline mode,so try to solve them,again practice is the key.
If you need any other query,you can ask me in the comment box below.
All the best!
syllabus for entrance to crack exam
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l am studying in class 12 and I want to know how crack exam of jee
In order to crack jee mains,mostly you should be good in solving the mathematics problems because you can get your maximum marks in maths. And the next preference goes to chemistry,which mainly contains theory and then try to solve the problems of physics. Dont attempt too many questions and only attempt the known questions, which are right because negative marks is only reason in this exam, where you lose the marks. Read the NCERT books of physics, chemistry and maths, which will helps you in solving most of the problems and to crack the jee mains exam.
Hope this information helpful to you.
What are the syllabus of gate for mca graduate. Can questions related to mca or any other? How can I prepare for gate after mca?
Do i need to know each and every thing in a subject during GATE preparation OR should i be exam oriented??
It's good to know everything thing in a subhect but when it comes for preparing for competive exams you need to be totally exam oriented.Time is a very crucial aspect while preparing and it should be saved by avoiding unnecessary research on any topic. GATE preparation must be highly exam oriented. Reading complete textbooks for each subject takes up a lot of time and effort. It is a very good practice for enhancing knowledge but not so much when one tries to prepare for GATE in a stipulated amount of time. The focus must always be on clearing the exam and thus, the preparation strategy must be highly goal-oriented at all times. Textbooks or any such sources must only be referred for topics that one finds tough to understand from their primary source of study.
Topics can be classified into two different types which are; conventional (traditional) areas of the syllabus and rarely asked topics. Conventional areas are those which must be prioritized since they are sure to carry the highest percentage of marks , you should focus more on these topics .
Rarely asked topics can be taken care of at the end of the subject as they can provide an extra edge, in case a question from those topics comes up. Similarly, out of numerical and theoretical topics, depending on one’s own comfort and strengths, one must identify and prioritize topics accordingly.
What I do first ? Preparation for gate or for UPSC/MPSC ?
Hello dear student,
See anybody cannot just vaguely tell you what you you do right now. It depends upon your will and on your Goal what you exactly want to achieve in life and what is your motto . Preparing for gate means you want to do mtech etc while preparing for upsc like huge exam means you are ready and prepared for the job. Both are very different from one another. So kindly think once again and think until it clicks you . Because you know your exact situation than anybody else.
I hope this was helpful
I did not prepare for jee mains till now can i clear jee mains
2. To prepare simultaneously for board exam andJEEMain , thoroughly readNCERTtext book and solve the back exercises rigorously for class XII.
3. In last 10-12 days after board exam, practice as many questions (MCQ) as you can. More focus would be needed for class XI syllabus.
4. While preparing for the board exam in the months of January and February, stringently cover class XII syllabus with focus on JEE Main as well. That means, prepare for subjective type question (board exam) and for MCQs as well.
5. Try to solve previous years papers and sample papers. Give online mock tests. Use online study materials.