Thursday, 29 November 2012

Level I Exam - Some important tips (Part 1)

I heard somewhere that if you rank, the most powerful strength is the strength of faith followed by mental strength and then comes the physical strength. Reminds me of Batman Begins, the first episode of an epic series by Christopher Nolan, a classic example of the power of soul and belief over physical strength. Believing in yourself is very important for passing the exam and the ability to overcome the fear of failing the exam can really make the difference. Referring to an excellent dialogue of the movie that we fall in order to learn how to stand up, if we start thinking about failing the fear ruin the whole situation. The first and foremost thing in this regard is to overcome this fear and remained focused.

I believe a lot of you have appeared in several mocks and you'd have identified your strongest areas. Starting the exam from the strongest area can boost up the confidence and can give you a winning sense.

For me time was never an issue in both level I exam and level II exam. Same is the case for most of  the students but does that mean we should not bother about time management? I certainly doubt that. The exam is balanced in terms of difficulty level so try spending less time on questions which are straight away and try spending more questions which you find tricky.

Starting the exam from the area which you find difficult and think that with fresh mind you may cover that easily could be a winning strategy for a few but it can result drastically as if questions are left undone then while doing the other areas you could have 'evil thoughts' coming about that area.

Stay tuned for other tips they are on their way...

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