CSS Hacks

CONTRIBUTED BY: DR.NASIR JAVED

If you wish to be successful in CSS exams you need to work smart and change the way of doing things. Whenever we talk about CSS the first thing that comes to our minds is "it's not possible" to become successful in one attempt. But what about all those who passed it in one go. If they can do it so can you. You just need to be smart enough and if you are not follow these golden hacks.



5 key steps:


1.Smart Reading

CSS students think that if they learn an entire book, consisting of thousands of words, they will be successful. Well no, it’s a hard way and there is no guarantee you will be successful. What you need to do is just read it once, understand it. and highlight five important points:

  • Names

  • Places

  • Dates

  • Specific terms

  • Glossary

These are the most important assets in any book and every candidate of the CSS must focus on these. Just read the books, highlight these five points and you are good to go.


2.Making Notes

By making notes I didn’t mean to publish a new book by writing and each and everything. Just make an outline of the topics so that at the time of the paper it will be easy for you to revise. As time is short and headings matter the most.


3.The day before preparation

Calm your nerves you are done preparing and cannot hit sixer a day before the exam. So, just try to calm yourself and never do the mistake of starting a new subject a day before an exam.


4.Reading the question paper

It is one the most important part many students prepare really well but they get fail here. First of all, takes your time and understand and read questions carefully. Normally a question has two parts a noun and a verb. In "noun" he asks about definitions and in a "verb" part we came across explanations many students don’t focus properly on the explanation which becomes the source of their low marks. So carefully read the questions and answer accordingly

5.The winning answer Sheet

Attempt the exam neatly. Use markers and make headings. Always start a new question from the new page. Attempt paper in a way that it becomes easier for the examiner to read.

Bonus points: Read the glossary and never discuss answers after the exams as it affects your next paper.




ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Dr. Nasir Javed


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