Last Moment Tips and Tricks for your ITSAT Entrance

21Mar,2019
By Sudeept Singh

The ICFAI tech School Admission Test (ITSAT) which is the All India Admission Test is conducted by the ICFAI Foundation for the Higher Education (IFHE) Hyderabad, for the respective admission into the B.Tech Program. ICFAI  Tech campuses of locations at Hyderabad, Dehradun, Jaipur, Jharkhand, and Raipur.
 
The exams are conducted through online and offline medium There are two sections as accordingly to the syllabus, which are : 
  • Section A, based over the theory part which has 80% of weightage. 
  • Section B, based over the practical implementation which has a weight of 20%

The tips and tricks for the preparation of ITSAT candidates must focus and plan with the syllabus for the entrance and need to prepare a way so as to clear the cutoff of the entrance examination.


The syllabus of ITSAT is like other engineering examination like JEE Main, but on comparison with the level of difficulty with that of  JEE is not the same. Candidates must understand the pattern and it is hoped that the candidate stays clear with his preparation and strategy.
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Stay Confident and Calm With Basics

This would seem to be the most clinging tip for every entrance, but the right key to the entrance. Candidates fail to catch or understand the basics, skipping to the topics. The basics must not be ignored. Covering the section for the basics initially helps to grab the marks easily within a minimal timer and help for the new type of questions ahead.
 

Note The Important Concepts

The true face of every entrance is, the syllabus is huge. Everyone knows about the syllabus and it is advised to make notes of the respective study sources for the relevant topics. The precise notes to every topic covering the syllabus with important concepts will help to revise daily. With the course of time, the same topic would be covered 4-5 times by the candidate itself.
 

Practice With Timer

Practising with the timer will take the preparation one step closer to your desired choices. The examination is conducted with fixed timings and this given time frame will decide for the candidates. It is the significant factor in the examinations, to see how many questions are done within the given time. To catch the speed, practicing with a timer, the ticking of the clock can boost your speed, bring accuracy and analyze your performance to the preparations.
 

Use English To The Edge

English section of ITSAT carries the same weightage as compared to the other sections like PCM(Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics). And this is the clear signal those who are good in English score a better and so many fail to consider this as a subject. The main focus lies in the area where the student can put a little extra effort to prepare for the subject and rise with a good score from the section. The pinch of hard work and dedication every day and help to crack this section too.
 

Stay True to your Schedule

Candidates must follow to the respective plans and must be consistent with the schedules. The candidate truly wishes to crack and aims to score better the entrance, consistency and self-confidence are the keys to the crack the ITSAT, the online as well the offline modes.

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