SET Preparation Tips

Cracking an exam is not a cake walk, and it is definitely not easy when it comes to grabbing a seat in one of the most prestigious private varsities such as Symbiosis. You need to have a really strong strategy to crack this exam. This article will give you the insight about SET preparation tips. 
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Be versed with your syllabus
Knowing the syllabus for the entrance exam is the first step towards SET preparation. Dividing the time for your exam is only possible if you are thorough with the syllabus. You therefore can analyse your strengths area and then allocate the time required accordingly for each section.
Understand the exam pattern
Going through the previous year question papers and sample papers helps you figure about the exam pattern. Once you become familiar with the type of questions you will take lesser time in solving questions. There will be a clarity in your mind regarding the query, how to crack the SET exam.
Time management
You have limited time to attempt 5 sections and 150 questions overall. You don’t get the time to ponder which section you are going to attempt or the questions you want to opt out or attempt last. Therefore knowing the exam pattern adds to your skill of solving the exam faster.
Prepare Short Notes
Remembering and revising before the exam is crucial for the students for a good performance. This can be done by preparing the short notes. Going through them just a day before the exam will ensure that you remember all that you have prepared that will boost your confidence in attempting the exam.
Practice
No exam can be cleared sans practice. It’s the most important key for qualifying any exam you want. All the hard work that you have put in during months for SET are futile lest you have practiced sufficiently and are confident for making it to your choice college and the course.
Books for SET preparation
  • NCERT of 9th to 12th standard
  • Mental Aptitude by Subhkamna Publications
  • Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by R.S. Agarwal
  • Data Interpretation and Logical reasoning by Arun Sharma