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Exam Strategies How do I clear SET Exam 2017?


  Updated on : 02/03/2017

 by : Admin

In this article we are going to help the readers with some easy tips on National Eligibility Test (NET) and this will help them to have a secured career. We know that exam time is the most stressful one and you need to stay motivated at every step. We all know that National Eligibility Test (NET) is one of the difficult exams that happen in India. The paper is designed in such a way that it helps the organizations to filter the brilliant students who can later pursue their career as a lecturer or a research programmer.NET and SET exam 2017 are one of the toughest with a slight difference, the former occurs at a state level whereas the later one if as national level examination. However, the tips to crack both the exam are all the same. In this article, we are going to discuss the tips that one needs to keep in mind while preparing for the NET or SET exam 2017.It is important to note down the syllabusIt is important to know the syllabus of National Eligibility Test (NET) from beforehand. Make sure that you do not feel screwed up with the topics that belong out of the syllabus. Start with a topic that you can cover up faster. Mark the topics that you have finished up and proceed to the next one.It is important to refer good books while studyingWhen you prepare yourself for the National Eligibility Test (NET) it is important that you pick up UGC certified books that will help to clear the basic concepts and the logics and covers up the whole syllabus.Start taking notes When you are preparing for NET or SET exam 2017, then it is important to make sure to prepare short notes for giving the best revision and give away the best way to practice your syllabus. You must underline and highlights the headings, important definition and formulas to help you take better notes during NET or SET exam 2017.It is important to learn the time management skillsYou have to keep your dedicated study hours of six to eight and make sure that you have segregated the topics in this few hours and finish them up by that time, may be by one topic each day. These tips will help you to have a better National Eligibility Test (NET) or SET exam this year.demo

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