Joint Entrance Screening Test (JEST) is the qualifying entrance examination for admission to the doctorate programmes. With the exam been scheduled to be held shortly, students are looking ahead to plan a study schedule.
1. Chalk out timetable
Frame a timetable for the study. The timetable should cover all the topics mentioned in the syllabus.
2. Start reading early
Start reading early helps you to cover all the topics and also provides time to revise topics, solve question papers and refer to related books. Prepare a priority list of topics and read accordingly.
3. Concentrate on syllabus
The syllabus has been published on the official website. Prior to preparation, we advise the aspirants to check the syllabus.
4. Refer right books
Books related to topics are available in the market. Check with your friends, teachers, and website. Choose the right book to study instead of wasting time on looking out study materials.
5. Coaching Centres
Apart from reading reference books and solving old question papers joining coaching centres would help you in reading. Coaching centres draw a line between what to read and what not to read. In fact, they guide you on the topics to be covered, topics to be revised, how to prepare short notes and tips to follow while solving test papers. They also conduct chapter wise revision. Repeated reading and writing boost your confidence level
6. Solve sample papers, question banks, and old question papers
Solving sample papers, question banks, and old question papers will surely guide you to know the number of questions raised from the topics. While solving try stick the time frame so that this will help you to enhance the speed of answering.