GTSE 2020: Last Minute Preparation Tips for Talent Search Exam
GTSE 2020 exam is just around the corner so check last-minute preparation tips for much-awaited national-level online talent test.
With the GTSE 2020 talent exam just a day ahead, Goprep’s experts are here to rescue you from exam anxiety and provide insights about how to approach it. The first round of Goprep Talent Search Scholarship Exam 2020 (December Session) to be conducted on December 05 and 06, 2020. Revision and overcoming all the doubts should be your two top-most priorities for the GTSE exam.
In this article, we have listed down the last minute preparation tips for GTSE 2020 exam which will allow you to handle pressure and increase output with minimal efforts. Goprep’s national-level talent search exam is of two rounds; here our focus is to ace the first round with smart GTSE last-minute tips and review areas of improvement in GTSE Syllabus.
5 things to remember before you appear for GTSE
The competition is going to be fierce as the students take part across the length and breadth of the country. Check out these 5 important tips before appearing for GTSE.
1. Go through the summary of each chapter from NCERT books
During the last few days of a competitive exam, students start panicking and worry that they will forget everything learnt so far. Many students do not realise that they have helpful revision material in the form of NCERT books lying on their shelves. Taking a quick look at the summary at the end of each chapter saves time and helps restore confidence.
2. Revise all formulas, graphs, definitions, and derivations
What is the difference between learning things and rote-learning? There’s a very major difference between the two, which is learning from the core makes your concepts clear. The core of any concepts lies in its formulas, definitions, derivations, and graphs. If you forget a formula, having understood a derivation acts as a backup and saves you from disappointment. Similarly, a definition or a graph is a stepping stone to understand detailed concepts.
3. Attempt at least 2 sample papers a day before GTSE talent test
How do you overcome the fear that surrounds you with uncertainty? Running away from a situation was never a choice, instead, challenge the situation. Solving at least 2 GTSE sample papers is recommended before the exam, as it gives you real-time exam experience. You can track your performance by setting the time limit prescribed for the GTSE talent test online and try to complete the exam before the hour ends. There is no negative marking so you need to work on your speed more than that of accuracy. You will be required to complete 50 questions in 1 hour.
4. Refer to NCERT & reference book solutions
Are you stuck in a question and seeking an answer for the same. You can rely on our expert-backed NCERT Solutions for Classes 8 to 12 to study the step-by-step answers. Besides, you can also explore our platform for reference book solutions for the following authors and publishers.
- RD Sharma (For Class 8 to 12 Maths)
- RS Aggarwal (For Class 8 to 12 Maths)
- Lakhmir Singh (For Class 8 to 10 Science)
- Together With (For Class 9 & 10 Science)
- All In One (For Class 8 to 10 Science)
- Xam Idea (For Class 10 Science)
- PS Verma (For Class 9 Biology)
- HC Verma (For Class 11 & 12 Physics)
5. Know what’s your areas of improvement and resolve them
After solving the sample papers of GTSE and going through the study material, note down all the doubts at one place and rule them out. You may consult your school teachers or drop us a mail at [email protected].
These preparation tips for the GTSE online talent test will help you overcome your worries and supply you the much-needed confidence to ace the exam with flying colours. Good Luck!