Let us have a close look at the changing pattern of GATE exam over the years which indicates that precision is the key ingredient for success in GATE 2013.
It is a three hour examination which will have a total of 65 questions. General Aptitude section plays a significant role in maximizing the score.,with as much as 15% weightage.
Engineering mathematics also enjoys a weightage of 15% in GATE exam. Practice will help candidates sharpen their basic skills and make you perfect so as to derive the maximum benefit from these sections. Engineering subjects, where the fundamentals are tested, enjoy 70% of weightage. GATE Engineering subjects question types would fail into these broad categories- memory, application of knowledge and conceptual understanding.
Answers once marked cannot be changes. So, be careful. Only black ink ball pen are to be used for marking the answers. Pencils are not allowed to fill your GATE OMR answer sheet. As GATE Exams is conducted once in a year , hence aspirants should plan their GATE 2013 preparation strategically, by solving previous years question papers and analyzing the weightages for various topics from old question papers.
"Concepts should be revised, practice papers and solve mock papers. Interested candidates can take up online mock test for GATE which is available in the internet. So, candidates, its your time now. Plan your strategu of preparation, according to the exam pattern and score well.