KLSAT exam is hardly 48 hours away now. While some experts say that it is best to stay away from books and exam pressure, others say that some revision will not harm you. What are the pin points to expect on the exam day? Reading on, this article will give you the tips for the KLSAT exam day.
Apart from taking the exam for 3 hours, you need to ensure a list of important things before you reach your exam desk such as checking of admit card, photo identity card etc. We will share you the tips to deal for these two aspects in this article along with some expert insights which may help you to know how to prepare yourself for the eve of the exam day.
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We will start with the practical tips for KLSAT which you must follow for the exam day.
Check your test center: Check your test center location at least a day or two prior to your KLSAT schedule. If possible, you can visit your exam center a day prior to your exam to get an estimate of the distance and time it will take you to reach the center on the very date.
Arrange your documents: Before reporting to the exam hall, you will need to verify your documents in order to prove your candidature. The security person on duty will verify your identity. He will verify your name in the list of candidates and direct you to the registration desk. Any dispute in this matter will be directed to the Centre Coordinator. The documents which you must carry at the KLSAT exam center are as follows:
Attested copy of KLSAT Admit Card with recent passport size photograph pasted on it.
At least one original and valid photo identification which includes Driver's license, Passport, PAN Card, Voter ID, UID card or a notarized Affidavit (in English) with Photo, Signature, Date of Birth and Residential Address.
Physically disabled candidates have to bring the valid Disability certificate in Original and an ATTESTED photocopy. Attestation can also be done by Head of the Institution.
Do not bring any material which is not allowed to carry in the test center including wrist watch, calculator, cell phone etc.
Only the candidates will be allowed inside the examination hall and parents/relatives/friends or anyone else accompanying the candidates will be requested to wait outside the centre.
Reach the test center on time: You can to report at your test center at least 1 hour prior to the test schedule. No candidate will be allowed if he/she is late by more than 15 minutes from the time of start of examination.
Registration of candidates
Candidates cleared by security person immediately report to Registration desk:
You need to produce the hall ticket
Your identification will be verified with the photograph/identity proof
On verification of your identity, admit card will be scanned, followed by capturing your photograph and finger prints of left and right thumb. After all this, you will be allotted a computer number and directed to the computer lab.
Soon after the allotment of computer, you will be directed to take the examination.
Now we will share with you the KLSAT 2014 exam taking strategies.Read the questions carefully: As soon as your test starts, skim through the questions. Mentally mark those questions with which you are comfortable to attempt. Make sure that you have divided a good number of questions in each section in order to maintain a section wise balance and meet the cut off score.
Start with your comfortable section: Start with a section which you are comfortable in dealing with among the total number of four sections. Starting the exam with questions from your section of strength will build your confidence. If you start well, you will take the entire exam confidently. Also, since there is no compulsory section to start with, you can leverage the opportunity and take your call for deciding from where to start.
Manage your time well: The total duration of the exam is 3 hours. The total number of questions is 120. You need to allot time to each of the questions carefully so that you don’t run out of time or attempt less number of questions than you had planned.
Mark the answers: In each of section, every question is followed by four answer options. You are required to choose the option that is most appropriate. You need to indicate your answer by clicking on the circle adjacent to the option, whichever you think is right. You can go to any question directly by clicking on the question number, which will appear at the bottom of the screen. The answered question number will be marked Green and the unanswered/skipped question number will remain in blue. If you are doubtful of the answer, you can mark the question for review using the ‘Mark for review button’ which will be there available on the examination window. Please note that this will be unmarked once you come back to the same question later and change the very answer. If you want to change the answer of any question, you may select the question and change the answer by clicking on the appropriate answer.
Don’t get stuck in a question: At times when any question which seemed easily solvable turns out to be a tricky one. It might take longer than usual to get the idea on which direction to move. In such cases, leave the question and select another question instead. “Do not waste your time in solving one question” says Rajendra Khadav, Director, CrackCLAT.
Utilize your rough sheet: You may be provided a rough sheet for your rough calculation. Make full use of it by showing your step by step method of calculation. The examiners may check your rough sheet to ensure that you have answered a question correctly on the basis of your calculation method itself. Don’t forget to keep it neat and presentable so that your work is decipherable by the examiners. Meanwhile do not forget to mention your name or roll number on each page of the rough sheet, as you would be instructed by the invigilators.
When in doubt, leave it out: It is not uncommon to receive a wrong question in any examination. It may happen that none of the answer options would match with the answer which you have derived after spending a good number of minutes working it out. Either the question is incorrect or your method is wrong. In any way, it is better to leave it out.
Finishing KLSAT 2014 Exam Paper: In case you finish your test before the allotted time, i.e.; 180 minutes, you will get a confirmation page which will give you two options. You can either go back to the test or to complete the test. In case you want to review the answers in the remaining time you can do so, else you may complete the test and click on submit button provided in the window. Ensure that you click on submit as a sign of completion. Once you have completed the on-line test, you will be able to see the screen indicating completion of test with a thank you note.
Revise: If you finish before 3 hours, revise your answers as well as the rough sheet. Ensure that there is no silly mistake in the exam which can mar your score. While taking the test, manage your time in such a way so that you are left with a considerable amount of time for revision.
Wish you All the Very Best for your KLSAT 2014 Exam!!!
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