UGC NET 2014: Last minute preparation tips

#UGC NET 2014: Last minute preparation tips

The National Eligibility Test (#NET) conducted by University Grants Commission (#UGC) under the National Educational Testing Bureau will be held on 28th December 2014.

The national-level NET qualifies candidates for the role of Assistant Professor and for Junior Research Fellowships (#JRF) in Indian #Universities and #Colleges. As the exam approaches its time to study, after all soon you may be the one teaching!
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Here are some last minutes tips which will help you sail through the exam easily:
– Understand the paper pattern thoroughly. Its important to answer 50 questions you know rather than answering more because if you answer more than 50 questions only the first 50 will be counted regardless if questions after the first 50 are answered correctly
– Follow a methodical pattern of studying for maximum benefits
– Prepare a study schedule including as many varied topics as you can and study accordingly
– Study basic concepts in mass communication for the communication topic
– Study each topic as 5 questions will definitely come from each topic
– Its important to study Teaching and Research in depth as the most difficult questions are usually in this section
– Revise basic mathematics concepts from class 10th, focusing mainly on understanding sets/patterns and improve approximation techniques
– Data Interpretation is generally based on statistics, so study statistics from class 10th to prepare
– Read any new material(not too long) and try summarizing it in a few points to practice for reading comprehension
– People and Environment should be prepared from Class 10th as well
– Information and Communication Technology and Higher Education System should be given sufficient time as both are material-heavy
– Prepare Information and Communication Technology and Higher Education System from books specified for UGC NET
– Use flash cards and charts for Information and Communication Technology,
– Definitions, abbreviations and terminology are very important for Information and Communication Technology so make sure you know them well
– Study for Higher Education System #Governance, Polity and Administration using flowcharts
– Practice as many sample papers/previous year papers as you can to gain speed and accuracy
– Remember to check the sample paper/previous paper soon after completing it so you can identify and improve on your weak areas.
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