Tuesday, 16 May 2017

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Today, almost all competitive exams whether it is for Bank Jobs, Railway Jobs, Entrance Exam or for private jobs, following the trend of Negative marking.However, we are disclosing the useful guidelines that How to Reduce Negative Marking in Competitive Exams either it is Government or private. 

Negative marking is the process to filter those candidates who are not sure about the correct Answer. So, candidates if you are participating in any Government or private Competitive Exams, you must have to be careful at the time of answering of question. Because these exams are not very tough but have to be careful about negative marking rule. 

The negative marks are allocated for each and every incorrect response and the reduction of marks is from 0.25 to 0.50 in all of the Competitive Exams. It will affect your original ranking, so try to answer carefully. Before appearing in the examination, you must have to evaluate below described guidelines it will help you to avoid negative marks in the exam.

How To Reduce Negative Marking In Exam
Check here Tips to Minimize Negative Marking and we assure that if you too imply them success is yours. 
  • First you have to do is to avoid guessing blindly as it just doesn’t work. So, say NO to guessing blindly until you are very sure of answer. Guys, it happens to so many people so don’t let it happen to you and otherwise you’ll end up not being shortlisted for the next phase.
  • Analyze answers and mark them then evaluate the one you think is correct answer and you know what the thing Practice always pays off. So practice this approach and you will see your hitting rate improve overtime.
  • In Depth Analysis and Work with Time Management, As one knows his/her strong domains, allocate time as to how much time is to be devoted to particular.
  • Start with a relaxed mind, doing this activity will give you a good start in the examination. Be calm for a minute as being panic you may get distressed and when you’re calm and peaceful your mind starts thinking well and you get a solution easily.
  • At the beginnings, don’t try to speed up as this may results in creating confusion all things up. Look, we can’t change the truth related to exams and the feeling we all had in examination hall, so you have to be attentive, but it’s up to you that how good you start.
  • Make proper notes to memorize important terms, formulas and tricks that you may have resultant during your practices. They help a lot at the time of execution in the exam hall as due to lack of time it’s almost impossible to think of any new techniques to solve those questions.
  • Read all questions properly before starting answering and after getting an overview then only start answering is a good option especially for those candidates who simply start solving question paper as they get it in hands. So, solving entire question paper may be not well but this habit will allow you to at least attempt all questions.
  • Read and understand questions carefully, then only answer. Always try to pay concentration to questions and to get a clear picture of a question you need to read a carefully and understand then go ahead to choose the correct one.
Try Avoiding Answering Questions at the Last Minute
It is very important utilize every second available when attempting any competitive examinations. But try and prevent responding to questions as the very last moment, especially for the quantitative and reasoning area.

Attempt Easier Questions First
Every year, all competitive exams have some easy questions and some really complicated ones. Go through the whole question paper and solve the simpler ones first. Responding to the simpler ones gives you an idea of how much more you need to attempt. Accordingly, you could set up your risk strategy for the remaining questions. 

If you are well prepared for exam then you do not need to worry for Negative marking. Just concentrate to your goal and do hard work and follow the above steps to reduce the negative marking.

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My name is Dev Yogi Dev. After completing B.A from DU, I went into the editing field, thereafter, I pursued M.A. in Hindi. I have been writing on spirituality for 2 years. Here in, I’m working as a content writer and writing blogs, articles, news, forums etc. relating to the results of exams conducted by various boards and universities and also tracking and updating the Universities Results.

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