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August 25, 2009, 08:05:58 PM
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Dear sir,
            with my deep worry iam saying iam unable to see the information Tips for preparation when i switch over Tips for preparation then again same page coming please say me any other prosedure is there


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seems good...


Always try to write some notes..when u will read anything....
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September 08, 2009, 10:47:56 AM
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Dear all,

I want to add little bit, regular reading is best solution for exam, because by regular reading we can cover all syllabuses easily. We can also become fearless during exam.
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September 08, 2009, 06:08:05 PM
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dear all
i like to give one Engg.pocket book it's very sort and cover all subject importent so.u should refer that it is helpfull for u.
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September 11, 2009, 05:43:38 AM
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hi everyone
i like share ppt on material science.this good one for understanding the material science subject.so plez refer that. :)
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September 14, 2009, 09:38:55 AM
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Dear Comal it is very nice!

but, i want to add little bit!
1       Read the questions – answers book three to four times, which is available at any technical book store.
2       Make the list for most important questions from Questions- answers book(jain brothers)
3       If possible, write down all important questions answers for easy to understand
4       Some important formulas and diagrams write-down on single paper and keep always with you for utilization of      spare time during trawling or any where
5       For detailed description of any question, you can get help of individual subjects textbook, which is AMIE syllabus oriented, these books are easily available in the market
6       You can also easily identify the most important chapter (by marks) with help of Questions- answers book, and prepare that chapter throughout.
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October 05, 2009, 03:09:03 PM
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Thanks for the tips.

I think we have to solve the problems which we knw the answers instead of goin as per question paper.
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October 09, 2009, 09:23:57 AM
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Hi,
I think with your common tips for exam I can add a few for review.
1) society & environment , Fundamental of design & manufactoring are the easier subjects in sec-A. Try to secure atleast A in these subjects.
2) One should attempt material science & engineering ,computing & informatics first.
3)Sect-B subjects are most of the relevant branch and easier.
4)Material science & engineering is trougher and one should prepare seriously .
5) For material science & engineering one should prepare from the IEI books on the line of last question papers with through logic .
6) Do not rely on jain brothers solution books fully as these books are full of error.In practical examination question may be known to you but you get lesser/ no marks for writing wrong answers.
7) Make the own course material taking the question from earlier years and solution from IEI provided books.
Please review my points.

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Dear all,
Here is the tips for the preparation of exmas.I know it is very very difficult for the working people to take time for the exams preparation. Here i am posting some tips based on my experience may be it will help you all.
1. Complete atleast 65% of your syllabus.
2. Refer old question papers.
3. Stop reading before 15 mintus of exams.
4. Try to attempt the questions which you know very well.
5. Always support your answer with diagram,it will give good impression to checker.
6. Dont leave the page blank which u dont know the answer.try to write something related to question.
7. Underline your question number & heading in the answer if any.
8. Write your answer in points & not in paragraph,it will take less time of checker so u will get more marks.
9. Do not write something which is not related to question,crack your logic properly.
10. DO NOT COPY.


I REQUEST YOU ALL FRIENDZ TO GIVE YOUR REPLY BASED ON YOUR EXPERIENCE.

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October 27, 2009, 01:36:11 PM
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Hi to all
After long breack in study now after 14 yers of job study is a big problem so please give me  a tip which may be useful to me as I am working so I have very less time to study. Specially material science is a tough subject for me.

Thanks
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1. Be ready to face anything which u never know and don't be afraid , no one completed 100% studies in AMIE
2. Be 1 hour before the exam at exam venue
3. Don't learn new revise what u know
4. Don't copy :D  :lol:  :mrgreen:
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Hi to all
After long breack in study now after 14 yers of job study is a big problem so please give me  a tip which may be useful to me as I am working so I have very less time to study. Specially material science is a tough subject for me.

Thanks
if you are getting board with studies , train yourself to sit at one place for hours by first reading story books for more time and study material for less time. as you increase your stamina gradually decrease time alloted to story and increase for study.this will help in continuing ur timetable for studies..
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