Success in ESE, GATE and PSUs demands taking the right decision while choosing mentor or guide, and following the right preparation strategy by all aspirants. In the case of ESE, once the first stage i.e. ESE Prelims is cleared it is very important for an ESE Mains aspirant to stay focussed, as missing the opportunity means waiting for another six to seven months to reach the same stage. Therefore, the main objective of an engineering student going to write ESE Mains is to meet specific goals within a set time period.
Whether it is the last moment of preparation for ESE, GATE or PSUs, what becomes important for a student is to structure his or her preparation strategy in such a manner that he does not get confused or become nervous. If you have followed a well-planned preparation strategy and that too under the guidance of an expert mentor, you are definitely not going to get confused or nervous as the exam approaches. Here are some tips and techniques that can make your overall ESE, GATE and PSUs preparation strategy more effective.
Revision of syllabus: During your preparation for ESE, GATE and PSUs, it is not just enough to cover the entire syllabus of the respective exam. A candidate aspiring for all these exams should also structure his preparation strategy in such a manner that there is enough time left for the revision of the entire syllabus. Revision is very important to get the required boost in confidence before sitting in any of these top engineering competitive exams. The more you revise, the more you will gain confidence.
Importance of time table: Instead of taking one subject after another, what past ESE and GATE toppers believe is that one should take all the subjects simultaneously during preparation. Therefore, it is highly recommended by subject experts and past ESE and GATE toppers to prepare and follow a time-table during their preparation. By doing so you would be moving ahead with your preparation while taking all the subjects/topics simultaneously.
Question selection ability: While taking any of these engineering competitive exams, one must be racing against time. Each minute is precious while writing the exam, so during your preparation for ESE, GATE and PSUs one should focus on improving his question selection ability. It is your smart way of preparation that can help you score good marks in the exam. Almost all competitive exams are about speed, accuracy and the ability to select the questions to be attempted first while in the examination hall.
When to start preparation: Every exam has a unique pattern and standard. Depending on it, one should start preparing for it at the appropriate time. Starting early is the right time, but not too early as sometimes early start makes the whole thing boring, and one loose the passion when it matters the most. So as per past ESE and GATE toppers, the right time to start preparing for ESE and GATE is when you start to feel passionate about these top engineering exams. It can be just after the second semester or the moment you begin your B.Tech studies. It’s all up to you when to start, but it would be wise to start your preparation under the guidance of experts.
IES Master, a Delhi-based institute for engineers aspiring for ESE, GATE and PSUs, has many study programs that can help you with all the above tips and techniques. Engineering students from CE, ME, EE, and ECE branches can begin their preparation with the Two-year Classroom Program of IES Master in a comprehensive manner. Students looking for a study program for ESE, GATE and PSUs while focusing on their semester grades can opt for weekend batches, whereas for full-time aspirants there are regular batches. Students looking for selective learning can go for Subject-wise Improvement Program in their quest for top engineering exams. Genius batch is for smart learners, and General Studies and Engineering Aptitude program is specifically for students aspiring for ESE Prelims. At IES Master, admissions are open for all these programs for session 2018-19.
Interested candidates are advised to register themselves for any of the above programs at the earliest. Contact IES Master Delhi Help Desk at 80100 09955 or drop a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to know in detail about all or any of the above-mentioned study programs for ESE, GATE and PSUs.