This blog is about your cracking the GATE examination successfully.
GATE is a tough exam – tough if you have not prepared adequately – not so tough if you are well prepared. So – How do you prepare for GATE? This is one of the questions which I will be addressing in this blog.
I have taught Mechanical Engineering to about 200 batches in the last four years. These batches have been in Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore and Nagpur. Common in all places is the fact that weak students feel that by just joining a GATE coaching class, they are sure to get a good score. This is far from the truth. They will not be able to get a good score unless they learn how to revise.
Your preparation for GATE must be smart – not hard. Working for eight to ten hours a day may or may not guarantee you success in GATE. It is what you put into those ten hours which matters. You must revise according to some plan or strategy. You must identify your weak areas and target them for improvement. You must practice in a simulated GATE environment and get used to the feel. Your practice must be balanced and result oriented. See what toppers have to say, and you will understand what I mean.
It is about these that I will be talking about in the blog.
In addition I will be dealing with many GATE related information as well as techniques. If you are a GATE aspirant, this blog is for you.
I am absolutely certain that if you have the will, a passionate desire to fly high – and you have made GATE as your one goal, you and I will definitely succeed.