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Before receiving the question paper, sit calmly for about 5 min and take deep breath. Increasing the oxygen content in the blood will make you concentrate better.
Read all the questions carefully and then decide the questions to be answered, depending upon choice.
Decde upon the order in which you wish to answer the questions. It is not necessary that the compulsory question should always be answered first. It is advisable to start with an answer that you know very well since it will boost your confidence and mark a postive note in the valuer`s mind also. It is preferable to present an answer that you know very well, at the end.
Start answering any question which carries independent marks, on a fresh page.
Write the answers legibly such that the examiner can read them and award marks accordingly. Answers are said to be properly presented only when the examiner is able to read and appreciate them. Though all students may not be lessed with a good handwriting, regular practice can be of great help.
Manage your time in such a way to ensure tht you spend a least 5 minutes in the end towards review, whteher you have answered all questions, numbered them properly.
Do not use red ink / sketch for underlying important points. Use black lead pencil for underlining..
Do not employ bad handwriting to supress your ignorance in any question. It only amplifies your ignorance.
Do not look antics / activities of other students in the examination hall. Yawning, mere stretching of hands, clarfication of doubts, request for additional answer book etc. by other students are likely to disturb your concentraton levels.
Do not bluff in respect of any theory question. If you honestly do not know the answer, the best hing is to leave it and answer other question that you know.
Do not stirke off any answer even if you know tht your 100% wrong. If you have time at the end, you can put the same question number and present it as an alternative solution. If you do not have time at the end, you may get marks for parts of the wrong answer written earlier.