Do not experiment with your schedule. If you haven't found a routine by now, well sucks to be you but it is not too late. The importance of having a routine is that it ensures you complete your work - the bigger and the smaller things alike.
Don't give too many mocks. This is not the time - rather, focus on finding out what goes wrong in those mocks. That is where you develop an edge. Similarly, if your basics aren't clear in Quant, focus on that rather than the fancy stuff.
Don't forget to smile. Look at you! You have spent the past few months working hard. Take a moment to appreciate you own hard work. This is where you will come to know things about yourself that were not apparent before this. It is a journey, and you are in for the long haul. Might as well be cheerful about it.
About the Author:
Pooja Wanpal considers reading the sole aim of her life. She is obsessed with trekking, pani puri, and adores traveling. She is a freelance content writer, and has penned the novel, ‘Love and Lokpal’. She is currently studying Human Resource Management and Labour Relations at Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. She is also a part of the InsideIIM Student Team 2016-17. She had appeared for the CAT in 2014, and managed a score enough (thanks to deities above/below/ubiquitous) that allowed several institutes (hint: their acronyms start with an I, end in an M and have an I in the middle) to offer her a place.