Posted by: Kunal | February 5, 2008

Tip of the day

The apprehension towards Maths is the biggest obstacle for aspiring law aspirants. First of all remove all fears, phobias and apprehensions, stop believing that you can’t do it. For a law entrance exam, a student simply has to practice Maths half an hour daily.

Now coming down to your POA for the week.

First of all go through the basic concepts of the chapters. Second, practice as many questions as you can from various books. Try to get through the chapters having some similar concepts in one go. For example you may go through Percentage, Profit and Loss and SI&CI in one go. After brushing the concepts, try to get a feel of the original papers either by solving mocks or by solving previous years papers. Finally, analyse each test or exercise to verify the errors occurring often by your side.

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Responses

  1. the suggestion about the maths section is very useful………

  2. may be…


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