Collect Informations About Syllabus And Subjects :-First of all collect all the informations like syllabus , study material etc. related to your competitive exam :-
Before starting prepration or any planning you must collect information about our syllabus for the competitive exam. In almost all of competitive examinations Subjects such as Mathematics, Logical Reasoning, Data Interpretation, English and General Knowledge are common subjects . Nevertheless, the requirement of knowledge under each subject depends on the type of competitive exam that you are appearing for. For an instance, when you are appearing for a banking examination your general knowledge should be more in the banking sector.
After collecting all informations about subjects and syllabus of your competitive exam make a list of the books or study material you would be requiring for the exam. Study material for the areas like Verbal Abilities, Math and English should be collected.
Start Preparation Early :-You must start the preparation for competitive examination as soon as possible .Most people wait until the announcement of the official date of the exam or some other landmark date to start preparing for the examination. People think that there is still time to rejoice in the wonders of life. But in reality, there is none. If you are serious about getting that Government Job there is no better time to start preparing than this very moment itself. Start off by organizing yourself first using our ‘Tips to manage time for exam preparation’ article.
If you start early than it much better for you.Starting early will help you to synchronize your 10+2 board exams with other competitive exams . If you start your prepration early then you will not feel too much pressure .What you have learned for the board exams is also going to apply for the various competitive examsThe subjects are the same so you have to understand the concept. Starting early will help you to dig deep into certain concepts which are very difficult to understand.I am saying this because competitive exams are different than board exams. Here they test aptitude of a student and not the knowledge.