In this article, I’m Telling you about the CUET Preparation Tips and how you can score Goods in CUET 2022 Exam.
CUET 2022: Candidates can apply online , the date is extended already by till May 22. Correction window will open from May 25.
CUET registration has been postponed to May 22 due to representations from candidates, according to the National Testing Agency (NTA). The CUET application form 2022 can be filled up to 5 pm on May 22 on the official website – cuet.samarth.ac.in. Fees may be paid until 11:50 pm on May 22. The correction window for CUET 2022 is scheduled for May 25 to May 31, 2022.
CUET EXAM 2022 PREPARATION TIPS :
1. Answer the right number of questions
- Be sure to read any instructions carefully and don’t answer too many by mistake.
- Don’t answer too many questions because you are short of time. Answering a question even roughly will earn you more points than not answering it at all and even more than perfecting the previous answer.
2. Answer the question asked
- You weren’t asked the question you thought you were asked You weren’t asked the question you wanted to be asked Pay attention to the question before answering it the way you think it should be answered.
3. Take your time
- Don’t spend all your time writing. Give yourself planning time.
- A good exam answer does not have to be long.
4. You can’t memorise everything
- A test is not a memory test, it is a measure of your understanding of what you have studied
- In addition, you can review and connect the material you have covered during the year.
- If you can’t remember a specific reference, you won’t fail.
- Memory is more significant in language exams.
- Once you are in the exam, focus on what you know rather than what you don’t.
5. Practise previous exam questions
- Identify patterns in previous exam papers You can see how general or specific questions are likely to be. You can either plan your answers or write them down (perhaps a better use of your time).
- Your teacher may be willing to look at your draft plan.
6. Don’t panic if you think you’ve gone blank
- Take your time and keep breathing
- Instead of sitting frozen, brainstorm or doodle random words. You are welcome to get up and leave the room for a moment if you think it will help. It might be helpful to take a walk.
- Raising your hand and getting the invigilator’s attention is how you request a temporary absence.
7. Learn to use your breath
- In order to calm yourself. Relaxation and anxiety cannot coexist. Instead of breathing in, breathe out smoothly, slowly, and without strain.
- As you ground yourself, feel your breath flow from your head to your feet and through the floor.
8. Take care of yourself
- By getting enough sleep. You can still perform well even if you don’t sleep well the night before the exam if you use sleep strategies. Diet is also important.
- It is not a good time to give up coffee, tea, smoking, etc. But you should also avoid excessive consumption. Stay active, even if you just walk around.
9. Don’t talk about the exam before or after
- It’s not a wise idea to discuss the exam just before it. OIt is possible that anxiety can be contagious. We all prepare differently.
- Talking about the exam afterwards is probably not helpful either. The same question can be approached in different ways. Once the paper is submitted, let it go.
10. Give yourself a treat after the exam
- As a reward, do something you enjoy after the exam: sit in the sun, have a coffee, visit your friends, go for a lunch, get a manicure, watch TV, go to the movies, play games
- Enjoy the present moment rather than dwelling on the past – let go of the exam