Q) Please Share Your Month-Wise Preparation Insights For Upcoming Aspirants.
I started attending live classes in April 2021, making notes from each class. I used to miss most of the classes because of my demanding work hours. On the weekend, I used to watch the missed recorded class catch-up. But for me, the actual preparation and revision of concepts started in late July. I guess the most crucial month for preparation is September, because in October we have a lot of festivals to celebrate, and we don't get enough time to study. The month of November is all about revisions and giving mock tests.
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Q) Please Share The Section-Wise Strategies Followed By You During Preparation.
I think I use to appear for 3 sectionals every day (40 minutes each) and the rest of the time went to internship and coping with my UG.
Q) Please Talk About The Role Of Mock Tests While Preparing.
I personally prefer TIME & CL. I did take cracku as well. But since TIME has a relatively larger number of aspirants taking the test, you get a better idea overall of your position.
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