THIS ARTICLE IS FOR ALL THE STUDENTS WHO ARE GOING TO GIVE
MPPMT EXAM THIS YEAR
1. Time Management During Exam
– It is a general rule that before sitting for any exam, you should know the previous years’ cut-off of that particular exam.. For MP PMT the cutoff generally varies between 85 – 89 %..but their is no negative marking..so you have to make sure that you you attempt all the questions.
1. Biology: There is no hurry..The questions are very simple and there would be ample of time to do them..So, don’t make foolish mistakes in a hurry..Read the questions carefully.
In Physics and Chemistry, attempt the paper in two rounds. Attemt that subject first in which you are strong.
2. In chemistry, do inorganic and organic first; solve only the simple questions in physical chemistry. Those questions that are confusing or involve rigorous calculations can be left for the 2nd round.
3. In physics, If you are well- versed with all formulae and thorough with all your concepts, then physics is the subject where you can score in almost 50 out of 50 questions easily, if tried properly after using formulae & concepts correctly. Modern & nuclear physics and all other theoretical areas should be given priority over questions of mechanics requiring calculations.
2. Tips For Reducing Mistakes in the Exams
– Avoid marking the wrong option in the OMR sheet due to carelessness. Be very careful so as to mark the same option in the OMR answer sheet that you have selected in the question paper.
– Read the questions very carefully with special emphasis on what is asked. Read each option carefully, rule out others and then select the answer.
– For physics numericals, substitute the answer back in the formula to be sure that your answer is correct. This prevents calculation errors.
3. Tips For Last Minute Revision
– Don’t read the whole book while revising, but only marked and highlighted points.
– Make sure that you are thorough with your NCERT biology
– If you are confused what to study or if you have not read well before or if you want to score maximum from the minimum input, then read my book Handbook of biology – a last minute revision guide for the medical entrance examinations and try to learn each and every fact given in this book.