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How to score better?

Ashutosh A.
20/05/2017 0 1

Do you ever wonder why the different students studying in the same classroom, taught by the same teacher get different marks (taken into consideration that the comparison is accounting for sincere students)? What is making them score so different?

Well, most of you make say it is the 'handwriting' or something else but I assure you that 'handwriting' alone can't make this huge difference. Take for example drawing a rectangle of 5cm x 3cm. If you draw the shape of a square, I will probably cut 10% marks of the question. If you provide unnecessary details in question, definition without a suitable example, numerical answer without proper unit etc you can never reach to the score you are hoping for.

Everyday I come across questions like: "Sir, I did so well in the exam. How could I get so less?" and despite the feeble possibility of the examiner making an error, I understand what could go wrong in his answer sheet.

Time management, rigorous exercises and practice etc are always talked about. Here I thought to touch upon the points which are seldom brought up. Always take care of small errors which might creep into your exam sheets. Be 'to the point'. Simply filling up the papers won't help either. Try to attend your exam paper sequentially. As an examiner, psychologically it is helpful for the students, as you change the sequence only when you are struck on something. Wherever required, provide with some graph, table or suitable figures as it forbids the examiner from reading the text, increasing your chances to score better.

Hope it helps. Let me know what you think about it. Your valuable feedback is always welcomed.

Thanks & Regards


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Aditya S. | 20/06/2017

Good lesson sir. This is exactly why toppers are who they are.

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