How to prepare for my GCET | (Gujarat Common Entrance Test)
It is not that I am a GCET ranker or any sort of expert. I am just sharing my view with you.
I have seen many people working hard day and night, just to secure a seat of MBA or MCA. I am telling you how they used to work. For example, my sister got rank in the 50s in GCET , 80+- percentile in MAT, (I have myself got 86.83 in MAT, more than my sister for the first time) 88+- percentile in AIMCET.
I don’t know about you, but for me these are achievements. She had never gone for any coaching classes. Its not that she has very high IQ :). But for me, she is my role model. It was her determination, confidence in her skills and of course hard work.
By hard work I don’t mean 17-18 hours of study. She used to study for about 4-5 hours per day but not on a stretch.
Approach ONE to clear GCET:
Work on your weaknesses and mould it to your strengths.
Approach TWO to clear GCET:
Work on your strengths and make it “strongest” not stronger. It should be “strongest” when compared with your competitors.