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The IBPS RRB PO Prelims Exam 2021 is not far away, and it will soon be testing the skills of lakhs of candidates on 01st, 07th, 08th, 14th, and 21st August 2021, to fill a total of 9698 vacancies.

Had you had many things to do and not enough days to devote to the RRB PO preparation? But now when you have, you think it’s not enough?

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Well, the fact is that instead of sparing as many hours as possible for your preparation, you need to be more productive with the time that you have with you.

With that in mind, we are here with 6 Quick Tips to boost your studying productivity & Revision for the upcoming RRB PO Exam 2021!

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But before that, we must take a look at the Exam pattern, to get a better idea of the distribution of marks and time allotted for the exam.

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6 Quick Tips to boost your studying productivity & Revision

Here are the 6 Quick Tips to boost your studying productivity & Revision for the upcoming RRB PO Exam 2021!

1.    Make a Study Plan that Best Suits You

You need to create a timetable that best suits your study demands. The best timetable will always help you in making a perfect study plan. Spare equal time to questions from different topics. Devote most of your study time to knowing your weaknesses and eliminate them. Do revision of everything you studied and repeat this habit every day. This will ensure that whatever information or formulas you are learning everything is making a permanent abode in your brain.  

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2.    Order your subjects

You need to order your subjects or topics from most important to least important. Of course, this process will require a lot of consideration, so you must be very careful while making the selections. Avoid placing your subjects in order of your liked ones and disliked ones, but on how much study you think that subject or topic needs.

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3.    Attempt Mock Tests

You must practice Mock Tests as much as you can! It is the key to success, without any doubt. It will help you in strengthening you in areas or topics you are weak in. Taking Mock Tests doesn’t just measure your knowledge, it helps in propping up the learning and improves the chances of retrieving the same knowledge later in the Exam manifold. As per a study, taking a test can prove to be more vital to learning than spending the same amount of time studying.

Hence, do take Mock Tests!

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4.    Make Effective Notes

Make notes to ease your learning process. Good notes enable quick revision before the exams. To make effective notes, begin by selecting the matter, condense it and then note it after organizing it logically. organize it. Use your own language in making notes, as it improves your writing skills as well. Try to use simple language while making the notes. Easy to understand notes are always effective notes.

You can also use illustrations to make your understanding easy.

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5.    Set short and long term goals

Making goals to cover a syllabus is a very helpful strategy. Setting mini-goals and major goals will help you cover important topics as well as all the topics that make up the entire syllabus. This will also help you to put away all the distractions that hinder your preparation, by increasing your concentration levels. You’ll be surprised how much it motivates you, after finishing every goal! For instance, this is how you can set your goals for:

Reasoning:

Short Term Goals-Cover non-puzzle-based questions like coding-decoding, syllogisms, questions related to direction sense, blood relations, etc. in 4 days.

Long Term Goals-Cover all various types of questions on non-puzzle, like coding-decoding, syllogisms, questions related to direction sense, blood relations, etc. Solve all the questions on simple puzzles (like blood relations, circular/linear seating arrangement, floor-based puzzle) and questions related to input-output. Solve all easy and difficult puzzles/seating line arrangements (double line puzzles). Target completing all these topics in 10-11 days.

Numerical Ability:

Short Term Goals– Cover all the questions on number series, approximation, simplification, equations comparison, and easy data interpretation sets, in 4 days’ time.

Long Term Goals– Cover all the questions on number series, approximation, simplification, equations comparison, and easy data interpretation sets. Solve word problems and easy and difficult data interpretation sets. Cover all these topics in 10 days. And If you get stuck with one question and are unable to solve it within 60 seconds, skip it and solve another one before revisiting it. You can use this ‘skipping and returning’ strategy to its optimum utilization, in this very way, with outstanding results in the actual RRB PO Exam.

Note: The plans given above are just samples and you can make your own plans as per your own needs and conveniences.

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6.    Build Exam time strategy

If you will go to the Exam room with a good Exam strategy, you will surely succeed in attempting every question. And for that you must make up your mind to skip questions you’re stuck on, to return to them later to complete the Exam. Skip every harder question that stumps you and attempt every question you feel you can answer quickly. For instance, if a minute has gone by and you are still stuck on a question, you should skip it. If you will keep mulling it over, you may naturally run out of time. So, you need to go through the Exam and try to do all the questions you know right away first, and then you will have loads of time to work out harder questions if this strategy goes well.

And it will go well with regular practice.

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