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Currently, all exams follow the paper style of “Multiple Choice Question”(MCQ) along with negative marking, these types of questions are tricky because answers almost look similar and one cannot crack this without practice. Some of the tricks and tips to crack these types of questions are as follows:

1. Get your basic concepts clear:
Get your concepts study done in right! Be thorough with the syllabus; cover all the different topics under the syllabus for the entrance exam and practice questions of each topic just to be quick and confident during the exam.

Plan it up:
Make daily as well as weekly goals to finish off the amount of syllabus and make sure you meet your goals, this way you will not lag behind in the syllabus and will finish it on time, and by chance you might also be left with some extra time to practice a few more questions for the exam.
2. Refer all best books:
Referring to all good books related to the exam subject is a very convenient way to score good marks, as good books have all topics covered in them, which enable you to leave no scope of letting any topic go out of knowledge.
3. Practice beforehand:
Solve as many MCQ as you can, in order to get yourself practiced for the exam beforehand. Solving up to 50 MCQ daily can speed you up and you can train yourself to finish the paper in time. Solving past years papers can help you get along the paper style of the exam and will help you during the exam as you already will be aware of the type of questions that are going to be asked.
4. Write it down:
Make short notes of all-important topics you study. This will not only help you remember the subject by will also make it easy for you to go through important points when you need to revise the topic before the exam. This is one of the most efficient ways to train your mind to remember topics.
5. Be Thorough:
You should be thorough with the exam pattern and should be aware of the type of sections that will be included in the paper. Go completely prepared by getting a complete knowledge of the negative marking scheme of the exam.
6. Know your strength and weakness:
When preparing for the exam solve as many MCQ’s as possible, the ones which you will be able to solve quickly are the strong points and you will need to work less on those, but some questions which take up your time are the ones you need to work on.
7. Speed up:
There is a minute difference in playing smart and acting foolish. Learn some methods of probability, which will make you, decide without really solving the question that which answer can be right. Also trust your instincts sometimes if you are stuck on a question follow your intuitions and speed up your process as you cannot waste time on one question for the exam.
8. Practice Previous years papers:
Practicing previous years question papers not only increases your speed during the exam, but also makes you understand the type of questions that can be asked frequently, moreover practicing those papers will make your gut feeling strong during the exam time regarding which answer is most appropriately right. Previous years papers are always available in books and also on many Internet sites.
9. Meditate:
To calm down our brain and to make it more sharp meditation and deep breathing exercises are necessary. These techniques keep the nerves of the body calm and enables the body to respond efficiently during the exam time. Moreover, even during exam deep breathing should be done regularly in order to make the body to not panic and the brain will receive ample amount of oxygen, which will make it work faster and better.
10. Develop management skills:
Parents should teach their children time management right when they do their schooling, including children in sports enables them to be quick and agile and makes the brain more sharp. They learn how time matters and hence are able to finish everything on time. Last moment studies will not help you crack the paper, your brain has to be trained in accordance with time, otherwise there is a high chance that you might not finish your paper.
11. Be Smart:
Some MCQ’s in the paper are intentionally made with long questions to test the student’s performance under less time. There is a trick to these long questions too, first you should read the end of the question in that way you will understand what the question is actually about. Otherwise, these long questions are the ones, which make the students, take lots of time.
12. Eliminate Wrong choices:
You should learn how to differentiate and eliminate the wrong options quickly; this is also a technique, which needs to be mastered for quick results during the exams. When left with dilemma just select the best option accordingly.
13. Read the question carefully:
Some questions are misleading and tempt you to tick the answer, which looks more correct but is actually wrong. Hence, carefully reading the question with full concentration helps you remember that what the question is related to and comes under which topic, this will help you in choosing correct answer.
14. Read the question twice:
When not understanding the question read it twice, look out for options, which are the most relatable to the question. Check the grammar of the question and relate that to the answers, this will help you choose the correct answer among all 4 options.
15. First try solving:
As opposed to the elimination method, trying and solving the question first has helped in decoding correct answers, but if solving the question takes a little too long you can always use the elimination method and narrow down the options for the correct answer.
16. Choose among similar:
Many questions in the paper will have similar looking options, which will put you in a dilemma, but mostly when there are such answers the probability is the right answer is among those similar looking choices itself.
17. Two negatives make one positive:
Usually the trick to the answer lies in the ending of the question, so reading the ending part is crucial because that includes words like Never, Always, Not. Usually when you have options like ‘All of the above’ or ‘None of the above’ are options most likely to be wrong, because the question requires a particular answer hence such options are mostly wrong.
18. Observe the question:
In reference to the point above, sometimes the probability also says that the options like ‘None of the above’ or ‘all of the above’ are also a viable choice for the answer. When reading the question observes carefully if all the choices are related to the question or if all the options differ from questions then those options can be the right choice.
19. Lookout for same questions:
Sometimes most of the questions, which include formulas and units, have repeated question in the same paper, these questions are like extra marks to be gained quickly as the answer will be similar to one of the questions in the same paper.
20. Choose the best option:
When the questions get tricky or you are unable to solve them don’t panic, just take a deep breath and try to concentrate, and even so if you are unable to solve it just choose among the best option available.
21. Attempt theoretical:
To boost up your confidence first attempt all theoretical questions because they are easy to solve then later switch on to numerical questions as they require mind calculations.
22. Stay Calm:
Lastly, stay calm during the exam, be confident and if you cannot solve any problem, just leave the question unreturned and move on.