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Preparation

 
Trilochan Bharadwaj
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What is the best and structured way to prepare; I see that we've got Do NOT do this, Do NOT do that, but there's no sticky: Here's what we have to do ... or atleast I couldn't find it. Any suggestions/advise?


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I will suggest for part 1, Read the objectives carefully, on a piece of paper note down what you know and what you don't know and start with what you don't know.

Once you start reading any particular topic remember the objectives in mind. If you try to cover everything in deep, then you will spending more time. So always keep the objectives in mind.

After reading one or two topics for objectives, Make a plan and set a date for yourself and try to follow.

In case of doubts Always ask in this forum and remember you may need to refer different books and resources.

do some research in this forum, people who have cleared the exam have posted what they referred.

Once you are done with preparation, it up to you to go for mock exam or not. Remember mock exam is much easier than real exam. So it a matter of personal choice to go for them or not.

I hope it helps.
 
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