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Dos And Don'ts In Physics Intermediate Public Examination

Written by : Info Box Team

The same syllabus, equal time but only a few get good scores in the Intermediate Public Examination; why? To have the knack of what to do and what not to do during the preparation and at the time of the exam is the key here. To avoid unpleasant results, you have to concentrate at least from now. As the inter exams are about to start from the end of February this year, here is the prescription of subject-wise exam preparation rule-set. Let us start with Physics.intermediate public exam


During Preparation

  • To practice writing without seeing, mainly while derivation of equations.

  • Practicing to draw diagrams thoroughly and repeatedly.

  • Preparing a list of questions and ticking the learnt items.

  • To recite the answers in very short answer questions.

  • To allocate time according to the weightage of allocated marks.

During Examination

  • To write Very Short Answer Questions at a stretch.

  • To underline the important points in your answer.

  • Start answering the paper with long answer questions.

  • Initiating with easy and well-known questions.

  • Compulsorily marking the number of the question.

  • Tick the already answered questions in your question paper.

  • Keep an eye on the time and plan the remaining questions accordingly.

  • Draw margins with a pencil or sketch pen; separate the answers with margins.

  • Do carry the things like pencil, eraser, sharpener etc. that are must for drawing the diagrams.

  • To submit your answers clearly in apposition and separation.

  • To spare 15 minutes of time at the end of the exam to perform a recheck and for confirmation.


During Preparation

  • Having half knowledge of the topic and to postpone learning.

  • To get the first 3-4 lines of the answer and thinking that you entirely know it.

  • Try to remember the diagrams as flash memory.

  • Studying without proper planning and preparation.

During Examination

  • To draw any religious or sentimental symbols on the answer sheet.

  • Striking out your answers repeatedly.

  • To read the question in hurry and coming to hasty decisions.

  • To personally address anyone.

  • To make personal requests and favours (for marks).

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