IISER Aptitude test

IISER Aptitude Test 2024 -(Preparation, Strategy)

If you plan to take the IISER Aptitude test 2024 exam, you may wonder how to prepare for it effectively. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take to ensure that you’re ready for the exam and feel confident on test day. 

In this blog, we’ll cover four key steps you can follow to prepare for the IISER Aptitude test 2024 exam. By following these steps, you can maximize your chances of achieving your desired score and reaching your academic or professional goals. So let’s get started!

1. The first step is identifying your baseline or preparation level by attempting a mock test with the latest IISER Aptitude test 2024 pattern for physics, chemistry, maths, and bio. This will help you know how much preparation you must do in the remaining two to three months. 

FREE PDFs are available for physics, chemistry, and biology semester analysis, which can be extremely helpful in preparing for the IISER Aptitude test examination. During the mock test, it is important to treat it as an actual exam and not waste time. Often, questions from the mock test, study materials, and classroom discussions are repeated in the actual exam, so taking advantage of these resources is beneficial. The crash course link can be found on the app or website for further guidance.

2. The second step is analysis, where you need to decide your target or dream college and how many marks you need to score to get into it. You also need to decide which are your main three subjects to focus on, though it is recommended to attempt all four sections. 

When attending to the four subjects, in round one, it is recommended to study two hours of physics, two hours of chemistry, two hours of mathematics, and one hour of biology, totaling seven hours. After every two hours, taking a few minutes, a break is also suggested. Round two will consist of another seven hours, but this is just an example, and one should personalize this based on their study patterns.

3. The third step is to make a study plan based on your analysis, Studying, revising, and reading the theory in priority order is essential, focusing on the most important topics and chapters for physics, chemistry, maths, and biology. Detailed videos on this can be found on YouTube, as well as free PDFs and analyses of essential topics and chapters. Due to the limited time available, it is important to prioritize and focus on the most important topics and chapters first. 

4. The fourth step is to execute your plan with dedication and consistency. Not wasting time, as the remaining time is extremely important. Some individuals who didn’t study well throughout the year still did well by utilizing their time effectively in the last one to two months before the examination.

Take the free mock test available on the app and consider purchasing the courses for further guidance. These courses provide live revision classes, study materials, all five previous years’ papers with detailed solutions, and a private telegram group for doubt discussion. The crash courses will cover everything one needs for IISER Aptitude test preparation.

In conclusion, it is crucial to implement the strategies and tips provided in this blog to make the most of the remaining time and succeed in the IISER Aptitude test examination. The links to the crash courses are available in the description. All the best in your preparation!

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