Last Week Preparation Tips for NMAT by GMAC 2020
Last Week Preparation Tips for NMAT by GMAC 2020 - A week means one has only 7 days in hand to appear for NMAT 2020. On the very first day, candidates can make a list of topics on which one is easily able to solve questions and similarly make a list of such topics that candidates are considering the difficult one. Give 4-5 practice tests in the first 4 days in the last week of NMAT 2020 preparation and also note time taken for solving them. So, that candidates can get a fair idea on how effectively they are able to make use of their time. Apart from that revise such topics which they think can be improved. A day before the NMAT 2020, avoid any kind of stressful activities and be calm as much as possible. NMAT by GMAC is all about speed, so one should have to keep a note of time during examination. Do not spend more than two minutes on any question. Read the full article to know all the tips pertaining to last week preparation tips for NMAT 2020.
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Revision of notes
Along with the detailed and extensive preparation, aspirants used to prepare short notes in the form of bullet points on each and every topic of the syllabus. The sole purpose of preparing bullet points or short notes is to memorize more things in a small span of time. Hence, it is advisable that candidates quickly revise those short notes which they have prepared as it will prove handy in the last week prior to the NMAT 2020.
Mock Tests- Till the end
Taking mock tests till the last week of preparation is the one of the vital tips suggested by everyone in the era of online computer-based entrance tests. NMAT 2020 mock tests, whether sectional or full-fledged, in any way and at any point time (no matter whether it is starting or end of the preparation), adds value to one's preparation. Even in the last week before NMAT 2020, an aspirant can take and analyze at least 3 to 4 mocks.
Focus on time-management
It is presumed that, till the last week of preparation, aspirants prepare themselves with the concept of each and every topic of the syllabus. Now, the question arises how they are going to attempt the exam questions based on those concepts. Here, the time-management skill of candidates comes into play. A paper comprises difficult, moderate and easy questions. So, in the last week of preparation candidates should emphasize on their strategy to attempt the whole test paper within the given time.
Practice previous year papers
Aspirants must practice from previous years papers till the last week of preparation as well because like the mock tests solving previous years papers with the time setting creates more chances to crack the exam in the first attempt. By solving each paper, a candidate gets to know how efficiently and effectively he or she is going to give a shot to the real examination. So, along with the mock tests, candidates should focus on solving previous year papers as well.
Assemble all the necessary documents
It is suggested that the candidates should assemble all the necessary documents for the exam day, to enter the examination centre, prior to a week for exam to avoid any haphazard situation at the very last moment. the necessary documents required at examination centre generally includes, Admit Card and a valid Identity Proof (like- Voter ID Card, Adhar Card, Pan Card etc.).
Eat healthy to stay healthy
Try to avoid any type of unhealthy food like Junk food or deep fried food even if you are the one who used to eat junk food on weekends as well. Consuming junk food or unhealthy food may make you ill for a long lasting period. Since, prevention is better than cure, so it is suggested that, one should avoid such things which may cause hurdles for them to move further.
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What is the eligibility of NMAT and IBSAT
The primary and basic NMAT eligibility criteria for 2020 is
Candidates should be holding a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from any recognised university. NMAT 2020 eligibility criteria have not mentioned any age bar to appear in the online exam. Candidates qualifying the NMAT exam can apply in the B-Schools of India.
Minimum Marks: Candidates must have scored at least 50% marks in the bachelor’s degree.
Work Experience: The candidates having 2-3 years of work experience will be preferred.
Provisional Admission: Candidates who have given their graduation exam last year and are awaiting their results can also apply for the NMAT 2020 exam.
Maximum Attempts: Candidates can attempt the NMAT exam 2020 three times which include the ‘no shows’.
For MBA - Eligibility Criteria of IBSAT 2020
Candidates must graduate with a minimum 50% and above marks with medium of instructions in English
All candidates must have completed a minimum of 15 years of education i.e. 10+2+3 or 10+2+4 basis
Candidates must be from English medium in graduation. If not, then they have to submit the TOEFL/IELT/IELTS score.
Candidates who are in their final year of graduation are also eligible to apply, but they have to complete their graduation requirements (which includes practical examinations/viva/assignments) before May 31, 2021. The admission will remain provisional until the candidates produce marks sheets and degree certificates as a proof of their eligibility. The last date for submission of proof of graduation will be November 01, 2021
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Hi, according to your question it seems something similar. If I talk about top NIT's like NIT Trichy, MNNIT Allahabad or VNIT Nagpur then the CSE branch of these institutes gives a tough competition to CSE branch students IIT's also. Now coming on the IIT, Kharagpur's EEE branch so let me tell you EEE highest placement package from EEE branch is approx 1 Croreand the average package is approx 5 Lakhs. So overall you just see IIT Kharagpur is an IIT afterall so it will always be better than any of the NIT's in any branch.
If someone accepts NIT s any branch ,is it possible for him to sit in csab counseling
you can definitely sit for CSAB counselling even after you have accepted a seat in NITs. According to the guidelines for CSAB counselling , if you have seat in any of the NITs , while participating in CSAB counselling the seat which you have been allotted will remain safe and if you do get a seat from this round your previous allotted seat will be forfeited.
I am expecting 25 k rank in ap eamcet I belong to non local category caste is bc- d can I get any jntu s in ap till last round?
Based on previous year cut off, you have a good chance of getting Chemical Engineering in JNTUA College of Engineering, Anantapur. Apart from that you also have chances in the following colleges -
- Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engineering
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