How to Prepare for GATE Exam?

Posted by sophiasmith on February 28th, 2017

If you are looking for some diverse job profiles with lucrative pay- packages, then M.Tech can be an apt choice. Master of Technology (M.Tech) provides you with greater opportunities in various fields. It opens doors to industries like R&D, teaching and corporate sectors.

Once you have qualified with good cut off, you will be ready to apply for admissions. Rajasthan is home to some of the best engineering colleges, particularly, in Jaipur, the heart of Rajasthan. Poornima group of colleges, one of the top 10 engineering colleges in Jaipur, offers M.Tech programs with world-class engineering education along with provisions for P.H.D.

You need to qualify the GATE entrance exam for getting admission into the course. The exam paper comprises of about 65 questions (in both objective and subjective format), divided into sections of general aptitude, engineering mathematics and technical questions related to your field.

Let us have a look at some of the useful tips for cracking the GATE Exam:

1.)    Time Management: The success mantra to get through GATE Exam is to attempt maximum questions correctly in minimum time frame. You should be able to filter questions that will require less time to solve rather than attempting the lengthy ones. Your answers should be correct to prevent negative marking.

2.)    Fundamentals of your Field: Try to have intensive knowledge about the core subjects of your B. Tech course. Focus on intricate details of your subject. It is normally seen that students from Rajasthan (India’s technology-giant), particularly, from the top B.tech colleges in Jaipur, have a good command on their core subjects.

3.)    Shortcut techniques: When you are attempting the questions, don’t follow the conventional methods. There are several books that guide you the shortcut methods to approach a problem. Time limit is just 3 hours, so you have to do the best in the given span of time.

4.)    Study Consistently: Once you start preparing for the exam, dedicate at least 2 hours everyday for 4-5 months. Keep mugging up your formulas from time to time.

5.)    Attempt Model Papers: Try solving model test papers within the given time limit of three hours. This will help you to focus on your strengths and weaknesses.

Be consistent with your preparation and don’t let your focus fade away!

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