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Alteration in UGC NET Selection criteria: Few things you need to know

UGC NET or National Eligibility Test is conducted by University Grants Commission (UGC) and is an entrance exam in our country in order to begin a career as Lecturers or Assistant Professors or junior research fellowship in various Colleges, Universities and other Educational Institutions. This year it is going to be held on November the 19th, 2017.

Some alteration has been initiated by the University Grants Commission (UGC) in the qualifying standards of the CBSE UGC NET (National Eligibility Test).

Important Tips to Keep in Mind before CBSE Exams

Taking an exam is so stressful that only studying is not enough. You have to be prepared mentally and physically also. Otherwise, all the hard work can go waste.

Preparing for the major exams can be compared to a sportsman preparing for his game. Eating the right kind of food, having the right attitude, taking adequate rest...all is important while preparing for your exam. These may be simple things but it can make a lot of difference to your mental clarity and performance.

Tips and tricks for score more in Mathematics

With only a few days are left for the maths examinations, students are working hard for their exam to score more in maths. As we know mathematics is one of the subjects to gain more marks in less time. But, most of us lacking their marks in mathematics due to the last minute rush. Being prepared is the most important step for scoring more marks in any exam. Here are the few steps that will definitely go to help you at your exam.

For preparation, well organized planning is the key to score more marks.

Tips to fight off the stress and anxiety on the exam day

Students may attend all the classes in all the semesters. Within the weeks and days before the examination, you watched and reviewed a lot of intensively. The days of the examination are followed by a number of mental, physical, and psychological aspects, you'll be able to get an excellent higher score in the examination. Here we are sharing some basic tips for the crucial few hours of the exam. Clearly, what you are doing on at the present time will build or break your grade!

Physical Strategies

Study skills to get success in exam

The first step in exam preparation is to find out as much as information about your exams. You need to know when the exam is held, where it will be held, how the exam is structured, how much time will be available to complete the exam. This will make you to plan in a process. And get the old test papers to prepare yourself. There are some useful skills which are going to get success. They are:

Set your goal: read the course handout to cover all the concepts so that you can get success. Identify your goal and follow the steps to achieve your goal.

CBSE's NEET 2017 results once again in question

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had recently released the results of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017(undergraduate course) which was conducted on May 7th of this year. NEET 2017 is the gateway to offer admissions to deserving applicants in MBBS and BDS courses at the best colleges of India. More than 11 lakh of students had appeared for this entrance exam.

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