1. Make a proper plan before you actually start the preparation. You should be mentally clear about how you are going to do the preparation.
2. Theory type questions and proofs don’t come for CET exam but, revise the theory and chapters and theorems to be thorough with the concepts.
3. After revising the concepts thoroughly , make a list of formulas for each section and topic .After this try to solve MCQs and previous years question papers keeping time into consideration so that you have a check on your speed.
Students should concentrate and make the most of their study holidays or the preparatory holidays.
•The best way to prepare themselves for exams is to solve previous years question papers as though they were attempting at a real exam. This gives them confidence of attempting the exams and they don’t feel that they are doing something different while appearing for exams. Note: This activity of solving previous years question papers should be done only after the child has covered all the syllabus and has revised all the concepts otherwise it may cause more harm than benefit.
•They should make a detailed plan as to how they are going to do the preparation. They should first target at preparing the chapters that have been marked important by their teachers and carry more weightage in terms of marks distribution in their exams. They should make time-table for themselves and maintain a checklist of the things they have already covered . Checklist will give them an insight into as to how their preparation is going on. A word of caution: The time tables they make should be realistic and doable (it means they should be able to do things as per timetable). While making time tables they should not be overenthusiastic to overcommit themselves otherwise time table may create unnecessary stress for them.
As parents we should strive at teaching responsibility to our children very early in life. We should help them to grow up as responsible adults. There are different levels of responsibility-
• responsibility at personal level(personal responsibility)
• responsibility in dealing with others(interpersonal responsibility)
• responsibility towards home and parents
• responsibility towards society and country
Children should be taught to take up personal responsibility.