Tips which will help CLAT aspirants to nail the exam easily

16Feb,2019
By Abhipsa Sahu

Handling stress while preparing:

When you know that it’s high time to ace up for your preparation then you should go qualitative study than a quantitative study. Lengthy and stressful hours can lead to mental tiredness. It is always advised to take short breaks and fresh your mind with little music.

It’s okay to belittle tense as it helps you in staying focused but that shouldn’t affect your preparation. While it is important for you to be obstinate and work hard, it is equally important to release all that tension. Remember this is not a do or die situation. You must be easy on yourself. Try to relax, fetch out time for some daily exercise, yoga or meditation which will uplift your concentration level. Try to be in the company of people who motivate and de-stress you.

 

 

Analyze your preparation:

The most important step to take is to figure out your strong and weak areas. Examine yourself like your weak areas and polish them with constant practice. Prioritize your syllabus accordingly like the most important content to be dealt at first and the least important to be dealt at last. Give some extra time on preparing for the General Knowledge as they are something which generally requires revision or chances are there to forget them easily.

 

Polish up your syllabus regularly:

For a candidate, it is very important for you to revise your syllabus and strike a balance between all the subjects. For English comprehension, read a newspaper daily which will enhance your GK as well. Focus on the Legal Aptitude section and try to learn short tricks for Maths. Keeping a track on daily news through TV news channels will help you to gain some points in the current affairs section.

 

Always avoid new material:

With a pile of study material available on the internet, it is mostly expected that you would feel curious to experiment with new topics before the exam. Abstain from doing it. Increasing your interests in new study materials may make you anxious and increase your stress levels.

 

Mock Test:

Mock Tests are the best way to analyze your strengths and weaknesses. Try to take one mock test daily and analyze it thoroughly. This will, in turn, help you to master the art of time management. Sticking to the time limit in mock tests will help you to get habituated to the examination pattern.

 

“ The day ”

1- Do not attempt any mock test before the exam day. Never compare your mock test result with your friends and get nervous. Go out, take a stroll in the park and try to relax your mind as much as possible.

2- On the day of the exam, wear and eat what you are comfortable with select your questions smartly. First, attempt those questions that you are confident of, this will help you boost your morale. Do not get stuck on a question and waste your time. The clock will keep tickling so it becomes very necessary for you to time your question attempts.

3- Be prepared for not-so-good-surprise questions. Remember, it's the same surprise for others too! Ultimately it boils down to who handles the surprises better

4- Do not get under pressure while attempting a question. The key is to have belief in yourself and trust the amount of effort you have put in this exam

5- Remember efforts always triumph over luck. May you reach the paramount of your potential in CLAT. Good Luck!

 

Read More Here: CLAT Entrance Details

Read More Here: The Career in Law and its Rewards: Diversity and Prosperity

Read More Here: CLAT Cut off 

 

LATEST NEWS


NATA 2021 Admit Card Out(Phase I), Download link, Exam day Instructions
NATA 2021 Revised Eligibility Criteria Released By COA
ATMA 2021 Registration process (Ends), Know Exam dates, syllabus, pattern
CMAT 2021: Last Few Days Preparation Tips To Ace The Exam
ACET 2021 Result Declared, Download Scorecard
UPSC NDA I 2021 Admit Card Available, Check Exam Date
How to Crack CLAT 2021 in First Attempt
Check CLAT 2021 UG And PG Exam Pattern. Descriptive Pattern Made a Comeback
CLAT 2021 Registration Extended Till 30th April, Get direct link here
GATE COAP 2021 Registration Started By IIT Delhi, Apply Here
JEE Main 2021 April Session Registration Started, Know Exam Dates
Application form of TS LAWCET and TS PGLCET 2021 Begins, Check here exam dates, eligibility
13 Students Hit the Perfect 100% in JEE Main 2021, Check The State Wise Toppers List
WBJEE 2021 Registration Process Extended Till 30th March
JEE Main 2021 March Session Final Answer Key Released For B.E/B.Tech
MET 2021 Registration Process Ends Tomorrow, Apply now
JEE Main 2021 March Session Result Out, Check Scorecard
CMAT 2021 Admit Card Released By NTA, Download Here
CUSAT CAT 2021 Registration till 31st March , Get direct link here
CMAT 2021 Exam To Be Conducted On 31st March
GATE 2021 Topper List and Cut off marks (Out), Check Paper wise cutoff
JEE Main 2021 March Session Answer key With Question Paper Released
COMEDK UGET 2021 Application Form available, Know Registration Process
NATA 2021 Correction Window Starts Today, Registration Close Soon
JEE Main 2021 State wise Topper List (out). Check out Women Top scorer's
TISSNET 2021 Result (Declared), Know how to check it
GPAT 2021 Result Announced, Check Scorecard Ratio Here
Students Scored 100% in JEE Main 2021 Paper 2
JEE Main 2021 February Session Paper 2 Result Declared
IIT JAM 2021 Final Answer key (Out), Know steps to calculate score
JEE Main 2021 Day 3 March Session Exam and Paper Analysis
Predict Your Score Using GATE 2021 Answer Key
IIT Bombay Released GATE 2021 Final Answer key With Question Paper
PAF 2021 Registration Ends, Apply here
WBJEE 2021 Registration Process Last Date Tomorrow, Apply Soon
NIFT 2021 Result Declared, Check Scorecard Here
JEE Main 2021 Day 2 March Session Paper And Exam Analysis For B.E/B.Tech
KLEEE 2021 Admit card Released, Check dates,Download procedure
MAT 2021 CBT Mode Registration Last Date Tomorrow, Apply Soon
MAT 2021 CBT Mode Phase 2 Admit Card Released, Download Here

© 2020 | educationasia.in | All Rights Reserved