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very essential to understand the nature of competitive examinations for
deciding how to approach them. Never try to be the best. Always try to
do your best effort which you can. It protects you from undue pressure
before competition. Don't make yourself too ambitious by trying to
respond all the questions correctly in the limited time. Pass over the
difficult questions. It will be foolish to waste time to crack first
the hard nuts. Save your time for responding comparatively easy
questions and tricky questions first then after rest.
We should understand that competitive examinations are very different
from school/college examinations, which aim at assessing the knowledge
or talent of the aspirants with reference to certain predetermined
standards, and awarding them marks, pass, rank, distinction, etc. If
the aspirants do not come up to a particular level of proficiency, they
do not pass. On the other hand, there is no pass or failure in a
Any competitive test has the limited goal of ranking the aspirants
based on relative merit. Because of this reason, the questions in many
competitive examinations are of the multiple-choice objective type. All
questions would be of equal marks and compulsory, irrespective for
their difficulty levels.
A competitive test is more a time test with proper management than a
knowledge test. Even the best aspirant may not be able to answer all
the questions correctly in the allotted time; nor is it necessary.