Feeling bad about it! LRs were easy as always,RCs were really ok to attempt but don't know where all went wrong. Gave a complete mock after a long tym!! Marginal increase in total in comparison to T. Puys who have not taken AIMCAT yet may please refrain from reading further, A square well is dug in a rectangular field of length 20m and breadth 15m.
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Feeling bad about it! LRs were easy as always,RCs were really ok to attempt but don't know where all went wrong. Gave a complete mock after a long tym!!
Marginal increase in total in comparison to T. Puys who have not taken AIMCAT yet may please refrain from reading further, A square well is dug in a rectangular field of length 20m and breadth 15m. Related Groups. About this group. In the schedule it was 6th June to 9th June, but in home page you are given a option to book slot on 5th too.
Page 1 of 46 Go to page. HolyGrailHunter Says. Like Reply Share Favourite. Write a comment Write a comment VA accuracy is THE thing for me to remember! Its more important to have extraordinary dreams than trying to become an extraordinary person. Any one please answer this Okay, seems like most of the people here are distraught by whatever they scored. First of all, there is nothing to panic. It will take time to sync your studies with the implementation in the mocks.
Till now there was no time pressure in doing questions which you attempted during practice. The ticking clock is the real player. It puts pressure and somehow most of us start screwing the mock. But the real deal starts after that. Yes, many of us do not so good in mocks. The important thing is to learn from whatever you did in the mock.
It's not like that you clicked "Finish", check your marks and start whining about low score. You must have felt the time crunch, why so? Did you give too much time to solve just questions? Were you slow at start? Did you lose concentration in the middle? Sacrificing 20 mins to solve just 4 questions and getting 3 of them right and later finding that the rest of question paper was easy enough to attempt questions in 20 mins.
These are the areas you should start looking into. Everybody has done the same amount of practice. Then why some people score good and others not so. Difference comes from how you analyse the mocks, how you pick out the errors that you committed during the mocks and start working on it.
Others can only guide you how to approach. Unless you start investigating your problem with the mocks, the chances of improvement are slim. Try finding out the reasons of problem.
It is not possible for someone to suck at Quant as a whole. There must be some topics you are good at and some where you dont do good. Maintain a repository of your own. After every mock analysis, divide questions topicwise and in that repository write in which topics are you faltering and which ones are you goot at. Examine mocks like this and you will see what's the problem.
This is what I learnt during my first attempt last year and believe me, it will help you a lot. You can see the difference in mocks. Keep working on the problematic areas, you will surely do good. I won't Quit. Will strike and hit hard for sure. PG ain't the same. Should I come back or not is the question. Pause pushing your self to work hard and ask when do I stop to enjoy.
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