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Tips to crack multiple choice questions ( MCQs )

TIPS TO CRACK Multiple Choice Questions APPLIED FOR ALL MCQS BASED EXAMINATIONS  Dealing with MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS is an art and to get a seat in entrance examinations, you have to be a master in it.  According to my personal experiences I am giving you a few tips that may be of help while attempting the Multiple Choice Entrance Exams.  These tips apply to all the competitions where there is negative marking (up to 1/3rd or ¼Th)  Tip no 1 Try to attempt max questions.  Tip no 2 Give max time to the easiest question. If the first option is a correct one, look at the last option to make sure it is not an "all of the above" option. The same is true for the "none of the above"  Tip no 3 Read every option, even if you are more than 100% sure about the 1st option.  Tip no 4 Try exclusion mechanisms in case of confusion.  Tip no 5 Know anything about the question or the options – leave the question  Tip no 6 can rule out 1 option, try to attempt it.  Tip n

Never give up

A lady was driving along with her father. They came upon a storm, and the young lady asked her father, What should I do?" He said "keep driving". Cars began to pull over to the side, the storm was getting worse. "What should I do." The young lady asked? "Keep driving," her father replied. On up a few feet, she noticed that eighteen wheelers were also pulling over. She told her dad, "I must pull over, I can barely see ahead. It is terrible, and everyone is pulling over!" Her father told her, "Don't give up, just keep driving!" Now the storm was terrible, but she never stopped driving, and soon she could see a little more clearly. After a couple of miles she was again on dry land, and the sun came out. Her father said, "Now you can pull over and get out." She said "But why now?" He said "When you get out, look back at all the people that gave up and a


methods of effective learning LOUD RECITATION Many students find that loud recitation of the information they wish to learn helps them to remember it better, Repeating the information aloud, increases ability to recall through stimulating the hearing sense as well as the visual sense. 1 more benefit of remembering the information by this method is, it also helps in making your concentration better. remember all religious gurus always use this method for meditation. APPLICATION OF VISUAL SENSE Transforming ideas into DIAGRAMS/IMAGES or FLOW CHARTS is another way to increase your sensory input. In addition to the extra thought involved in developing an IMAGE, recall of that information will often be increased simply because of the newly created visual structure e. g. if u want to learn cicirculatory system a diagram from tissues > heart > lung > heart > body tissues can be better understood by the following picture This way you can use your creativity to m

Success Story of AMU MDS ENTRANCE 2009 TOPPER

Friends I am posting after a long time .But this post is really worth waiting for. It is a success story of a very close friend of mine,Dr Tauseef khan who is currently doing MDS from aligarh Muslim university. Hope it can help you...................... "Myself Moh ammed Tauseef khan, To begin with...............I really sweat when it comes to writing about me. On the persistent insistence of Dr Akbar khan I am just trying ……….. To say in short about my career and life so far, it was a struggle all the way......Born in a lower middle class family who was trying hard to stay in middle class. Started in govt. primary School in the remotest part of India, district poonch , jammu and Kashmir india A Heaven for terrorists and HELL for the people who are trying to make out a living there. Really I don’t remember when the last time, I was outside in the market after 8 pm. Conditions for studies were not favorable But still I managed to study hard. Thanks to my Father who made


Art of learning Why do we study so much? what is the purpose of revising the same topics again and again? because the immediate goal of studying is to remember the facts and to sharpen the ability to recall them at once when needed you are probably never more aware of this than when sitting in an examination., how can you forget that for competitive entrance tests like pre medical or pre engineering tests there are tons and tons of information that we have to remember and to recall every bit of it all at once at the time of examination. So many different subjects, hundreds of chapters and countless topics, my dear you have to recall each and every bit of the information at the D-day and too 100% accurate in a very limited time….. offff … is it a mission impossible or what? Well guys if you are running in this race you are running to win it don’t you? And nothing is impossible if you have a strong will power and a proper guidance Success in these entrance exams becomes v