Many aspirants commit one fundamental mistake: they read and revise, over and over, but never practise. Remember that the examiner checking your copy will have no idea about the number of books you’ve read or the number of hours you’ve slogged. Your answers are all that he has to judge you. So it makes sense to learn it, practise it and perfect it.

Test series definitely helps in that sense because it trains your brain to get the hang of how the actual exam feels like. You practice tests so that in the final exam you are not taken in by surprise.

So even if you practice daily questions, you should try your best in tests within dedicated time limits. Attempting such tests with all the seriousness of an actual exam will teach you to manage time and give an incredible insight into where you are going wrong. The feedback on your answers will also help you get an independent, critical perspective.

Moreover, you need to remember that competitive exam demands not only our memory and intelligence, but also endurance. If you lack prior practice mock tests for 6 hours a day and do this for 5 days will cause both mental and physical fatigue. The only way to overcome it is to practice enough before the final exam.

If you want to run a marathon, you cannot simply show up on the race day and expect to run 42 km— it needs prior training. Same goes with competitive exams. By joining a good test series, you will get such practice and it prepares you both mentally and physically for the final battle.

Thank you !

Yours truly karm 😊

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