The second session of class XII board examination is just a few weeks away, which will start from 26 April 2022 and will run till 15 June 2022. Aspirants seeking admission in various colleges will not have enough time to prepare for competitive exams which will provide. With them the next step towards their career i.e. admission in the college/university of their choice.

It is a delicate situation, related to the increasing competition of examinations, it is time to align the preparation with the schedule, so that the score should reflect the amount of effort scored.

While various entrance exams like JEE Main, CUET, CLAT, IP-MAT, NEET etc are in line soon after the board exams are over, students will not have enough time to prepare dedicatedly after that. While CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) is the gateway to 22 National Law Schools which is scheduled to be held on 19th June 2022, CUET is expected to be conducted in the first two weeks of July.

Thus, one needs to prepare carefully for both board and competitive exams. However, the challenge here is where and when to focus and how to go about it and emerge victorious in both the exams.

For instance, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has confirmed that Delhi University (DU) and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) will be part of CUET 2022, a common entrance test for all central universities. Even though board marks are no longer a criterion, good marks always boost your confidence and if you are aiming for DU then you have to prepare for it too, because the syllabus of CUET is not only on NCERT or domain subjects but also Also focused on the general. Awareness and competence.

The idea of ​​conducting a common entrance test at the undergraduate level is to focus more on developing the critical thinking ability of the students and not on rote learning. Even though this exam will put an end to the ever-increasing cut-offs of many universities, it will provide equal opportunities in the admission process under a single exam at the national level.

Here are some tips to master the preparation of board exams and other competitive entrance exams simultaneously:

Plan a timetable as per your convenience – In order to achieve what you want, it is important to have the right preparation strategy and follow it strictly. Make the most of your preparation time for board exams, and devote at least 2 hours a day to the entrance exam you are preparing for. Be smart and plan a well structured strategy that meets the requirement of both board and competitive exams.

Attempt at least one mock test a week – it is better to divide your preparation time suitably to ensure that equal emphasis is given to each topic. Spend equal time to revise each topic and then attempt sample/ mock and previous years papers every week. Preparation should be a mixed basket of syllabus revision and taking sample papers. In this way, you will be able to revise the syllabus by taking sample / mock / previous years papers together.

Familiarize yourself with the Mode and Pattern – If a student is aiming for CUET 2022, they must attempt their mock exams in online mode. This will ensure better timing and the aspirant will also get used to the mode and understand the pattern. By taking mock tests you will be familiar with your current preparation and your weaknesses/weak areas which can be improved.

Stay updated with current affairs – Current affairs are very important for various competitive exams (like UPSC Prelims), so students should also stay updated with current affairs on a daily basis, where newspapers will be the primary source.

Don’t panic! Always remember that you still have enough time to improve. The grades or marks you get in board exams play an important role in determining your career graph. So, focus on your goal and do your best to bridge the gap between your aspiration and reality. Just do your best with a positive attitude and confidence and there will be no reason for you to stumble.

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