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Today’s youth is so much interested to serve their country, by getting into National Defence Academy. But, it is not a cake walk to get through NDA exam and SSB. You have to do a lot of grub work and polish your personality to step inside National Defence Academy. After all, it is the question of serving the nation, you have got to be the best, to get selected.
Get bookish knowledge is not enough to tackle with NDA Exam. You have to build a suitable personality, work on your spoken language, general knowledge, and other factors. To help you out with such factors, we provide you the best NDA Preparation Tips.
Mathematics and English are very important for you, if you are planning to face NDA Exam. You must be very fast in making calculations as you can’t afford to waste time in calculations, while solving mathematics section and for this you have to practice very hard. Only practice can give you this ability to be swift while making calculations in exam. While for English, you have to read as much as you can. Read anything like English newspapers, blogs, novels, books or you can listen to English news channels. This will improve your English and general knowledge as well.
While preparing for NDA, get your basic concepts cleared of Physics, chemistry and biology. For History, Civics, and Economics, all you need is to memorize few major concepts, but nothing tricky. GAT covers the major portion of NDA test and so, you just can’t ignore any aspect of this section. Go through the syllabus for GAT section very carefully and prepare for each and every topic mentioned under the heading. For English of this section, brush up the grammar rules.
You just cannot survive in NDA Examination and interview, if you are not aware of nearly all the current events. You must know all about the major events happened, say, at least of last five years. For this, all you have to do is to watch news, read newspaper, listen to the interviews of famous personalities, keep track of all the awards and prizes, on daily basis.
Solving sample paper is the back bone of any NDA preparation strategy. You have to solve sample papers if you really want to get an idea what kind of questions you have to face on the doom day. And if you are lucky enough, you might get some repeated questions as well. All in all, by solving last year papers or sample papers, you can get a clear picture of what you are dealing with and by that, you can plan your line of study accordingly.
As you must be knowing that there is negative marking scheme applicable in NDA Exam. So, it seems necessary to include this point in NDA preparation tips. It is not at all a smart choice to make blind guess in NDA exam. If you don’t know the answer of some question in the paper, just leave it unanswered. Don’t be over-confident over your guess work. You might lose the marks that you scored through the correct answers. So, play smart and only answer the questions you are 100% sure about. Be wise and avoid the guess game.
Remember that we are talking about National Defence Academy here, you have to treat your health as priority. Consider this as the very first NDA preparation tip. You can’t afford to play with your health and hope that the selectors will select you even with weak personality. All the hard work you did, to clear the written examination can go in vain if, you are not completely fit and carry a weak personality. So, work continuously and properly on your health to enhance your personality.
Remember that time is not your ally in NDA Exam so, you just need not to waste any of it over the questions you have no idea about. First of all, solve the questions you have prepared for or the one you know something about. After that, if there is still any time left in your hands than you can go for the ones you are not sure about and which are time consuming.But remember, answer only those questions, you are very sure about or you might lose your hard-earned marks.
While doing preparation work for NDA, you might have to consult a very large number of books and notes. But when the revision stage arrives, you don’t have enough time to go through them again. So, it’s better to keep your own short notes which handy and you can revise them without taking much time and which are actually useful and important.
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