With only one month left for the Common Universities Entrance Test (CUET), students are in an agitation regarding their preparations. As this last month serves as a crucial time, it is necessary for the students to stay focused, committed and put in a lot of effort to speed up their preparations.
Participation is relatively high for Common Universities Entrance Test Examination and thus, it is necessary to work hard and study well until the exams are completed. Students are advised to distribute all the subjects equally in their daily and make a note of the essential points from each subject as it will help in the revision of subjects. A few days towards the end must be separately allotted for revision.
The topics that must be focused on include languages, domain-specific syllabus, mathematical aptitude, general awareness and analytical skills. The first thing that must be done before starting CUET preparations is to have a proper study plan. A proper study plan must include spending nearly 8 hours on a daily basis to score good marks.
Secondly, students must tailor their own strategies so that they are able to concentrate more on the subjects they are weak on and concentrate less on the subjects that they are strong on.
When it comes to the quantitative section, students are required to focus on elementary level mathematics on topics such as averages, profit and loss, measurement, number system, geometry, quadratic equations, simplification, time and work, time, speed and distance. Students can refer to Quantitative aptitude by R.S.Aggarwal for preparing the quantitative section of CUET.
While preparing for the English section, students must focus on reading newspapers and try to learn at least 15-20 new words and their meanings. English is Easy by BSC Publications is a highly recommended book for preparing the English Language. Improving Grammar and Reading Skills is necessary to score well in this section as most of the questions are based on comprehension.
The logical Reasoning section is divided into Analytical Reasoning and Critical Reasoning and the syllabus includes number series, seating arrangements, blood relations, syllogisms, etc. Learning logical reasoning through practice is very easy and quick.
When it comes to domain-specific subjects, students are advised to choose any six domain-specific topics to learn and focus on. General Knowledge is a subject that students must work on daily and for this, students must follow daily current affairs which deems as an innovative way to cover all the topics as per the syllabus. For current affairs, students can refer to major newspapers and monthly magazines.
Students are advised to have a good sleep at night so that they do not feel drowsy in the morning while studying. Students are also advised to not take too much stress while studying and to prioritize their health consciously. Students must give enough time to relax, take breaks, eat healthy food and stay hydrated.