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9 Last Minute Preparation Tips for NDA 2023 Exam

Last Minute NDA 2023 Exam Preparation Tips

 

Beating the National Defence Academy (NDA) Examination is a dream of accomplishment for many enduring and hard-working Indians who aspire to serve our Nation. It is a feeling of immense pride and satisfaction to be a part of the Defence Services of India. Thousands of aspirants appear every year waiting to grab the golden opportunity to make their way into the Indian Army.

The passion for being a soldier develops at different ages. Many nurture this desire from a very small age while others realize this interest after passing Class XII or even later. What remains of utmost importance is the path each aspirant adopts and pursues to accomplish his or her goals.

So, we at Centurion Defence Academy, have a team of dedicated and entrusted Mentors and Experts who focus to drive all entrants to success. We offer real-time problem-solving strategies, study plans, and materials, shared experiences from successful aspirants, and expert’s customized opinions for each individual candidate enrolled with us along with focusing on individual attention and care.

We offer the country’s best tricks and strategies to help our students crack the exam successfully. It is often said that before embarking on a pilgrimage, gather and acquaint yourself with important details.

So, all my dear enthusiastic students, what do you gather by reading the aforesaid text? First and foremost, the most essential thing you need to do is to have complete knowledge of the goal you are here to achieve.

The NDA exam is conducted by UPSC in India twice every year. All eligible aspirants can appear for Defence Services in Army, Navy, and Air Force.

 

Ever since Supreme Court’s Interim Order passed on 18th August 2021, both male and female candidates are eligible to appear and serve in Defence Services.

 

Every student must be informed about the underpaid:

 

  • NDA Exam

 

  • Eligibility criteria for students.

 

  • Its entire curriculum, course structure, and syllabus.

 

  • Latest Notification.

 

  • Important Dates- Starting and Last date to fill the form, Exam Date

 

NDA Exam starts with an Offline Written Exam followed by a Personality Test or an SSB Interview enumerated as under:

 

  • Offline Written Exam

 

  • Personality Test or an SSB Interview.

 

The written exam is subdivided into main parts mentioned below:

 

  • Mathematics

 

  • GAT (General Ability Test)

 

SUBJECT  QUESTIONS ASKED IN THE EXAMTIME DURATIONMAXIMUM MARKS
MATHEMATICS120 QUESTIONS2.5 HOURS300
GAT150 QUESTIONS2.5 HOURS600
TOTAL270 QUESTIONS—-900

 

GAT Paper is sub-divided into two parts:

 

  • English

 

  • General Awareness.

 

A BRIEF SUM UP OF VARIOUS SUBJECTS:

 

MATHEMATICS –

FORMULA-BASED QUESTIONS OF VARIOUS TOPICS.

ENGLISH –

ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND ITS APPLICATION.

GENERAL AWARENESS – 

KNOWLEDGE-BASED QUESTIONS OF VARIOUS SUBJECTS.

 

STRATEGIES AND TRICKS TO CRACK THE EXAM :

 

  • Having a systematized study plan:

    Make a day-wise timetable so that it helps you to stick to it daily thus enhancing your weekly and monthly preparations. Always make sure to complete the entire syllabus and leave no portion to luck.

 

  • The wise selection of books:

    Always select good books seeking help and advice from your teachers and mentors out here.

 

  • NCERT- the best reference guide:

    NCERT books offer a very precise and to-the-point enlisting of all basic concepts. Use these books as a side reference.

 

  • Read and write:

    Always write what you study. It makes learning more permanent and everlasting. It strengthens the memory.

 

  • Learn and strengthen your formulas:

    Learn all formulas of your course, and keep practicing questions based on them. They must be learned by heart.

 

  • Work up on English Grammar:

    The best way to improve grammar is to read simple paragraphs, news articles, and small short stories. They help to increase vocabulary and also hone the use of tenses.

 

  • Formulate notes and revise:

    After reading, make your own notes which are very handy for last-minute revision. It is practically impossible for anyone to revise the whole book a night before the exam. Our self-made notes are student-friendly.

 

  • Take weekly tests for self-evaluation:

    After a span of a few days, we must take some assessment mock tests to check your speed and performance. It helps to hunt the prevailing weaknesses and work on them.

 

  • Preparations go on and on like the never-ending sea:

    Never take pause thinking that you have studied and covered all topics and sub-topics. There will always remain things that are still weak and need a lot of practice, improvement, and focus.

 

  • Always practice the previous year’s papers:

    Practice the previous year’s papers to evaluate your performance, speed, and score. Remember the old and famous saying- Practice and practice makes a man perfect. There is no substitute for hard work and endurance.

 

  • Know your entire syllabus:

    Every student must know his or her complete syllabus so that the entire preparation time can be wisely spread to cover it. Practice and revise your strong portion of the course and adopt studying techniques to strengthen your weaknesses.

 

  • Never read anything new at the last minute:

    It is advisable not to read and study anything new at the last moment.

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