Preparation Tips for GATE Exam.

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Preparation Tips for GATE Exam. Tricks to Clear GATE

GATE in Engineering is a abbreviate form of General Aptitude Test in Engineering. This test in India is conducted on joint basis by Indian Institute of Science (IIS) and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) by National coordination board GATE. This exam is taken to get admission for postgraduate programs like ME, M Tech, and many more in Indian Institutions and other government agencies. The aim of GATE is not only to provide admissions but get skilled/professional s in different areas. This exam is considered as toughest of all exams in country. To clear this exam basic of engineering should be very much clear.

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Preparation Tips for GATE Exam:

Below are some useful tips for preparing for GATE Exam:

Watch yourself mentally succeed: You should be confident enough that you will clear the exam before you decide to go for it. If you can visualize mentally that you will clear then this will motivate to execute it physically as well.

Understand Gate: Before you appear for GATE, it’s important to understand what exactly GATE Exam is, its syllabus, eligibility criteria, its marking scheme, exam pattern, etc. You also need to find out if anything new has been introduced for the year you are appearing for exam.

GATE Tricks

GATE Exam Syllabus: Once you have decided that you will appear for GATE and have done the registrations, you need to give a glance a syllabus once. Try and understand the courses and subjects involved. Search for the study material as per the syllabus. It’s very important to choose the right study material. Study materials can be found online or from you college staff or these days there lot of coaching classes for same.

How To Start preparation for GATE Exam?

Prepare Time Table: once you clear with subjects, courses and study material, prepare a timetable to complete the syllabus well in time so that you can have some time at the end for revision. At least the syllabus must be completed before 45 days of the exam, because you will at least need 45 days’ time to revise the whole stuff.

Allocate time for all topics: Once you prepare the timetable, cross check once if proper time has been given to each topic and nothing has been missed.

Follow Timetable: Preparing timetable is very easy, but to follow the same is difficult. If you fail to follow the timetable, it’s very difficult to complete the syllabus with in planned time. If you fail remember the image you had of succeeding the exam at the start. Take appropriate and break and start again.


Make notes: Once you get the study material, try to note the down the important things or highlight them with color pens. Note down things in language which understandable for you easily.

Mock Tests: You should take tests weekly once to evaluate if you are clear with the current concepts. This will help in you spending more time on concepts which are not yet clear. Try to solve old question/model papers, this will give the glance of question paper, exactly how questions will appear in exam. Try to solve them in time and see if you can get some time to cross check you answer.


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