There are many things that you should keep in mind while preparing for the REET exam. Does not matter how much time is left, you do not have to take tension, motivate yourself constantly to prepare best so that you can score excellent marks in the exam. Some students think that if they read more and more it will be beneficial, but when you have one month left with you do not commit that mistake! We all tend to forget what we have learned if we do not revise timely.
So your focus should be on revision, revise every topic you learned earlier, make them your strong points. We all know that when we read something we are not actually learning it or even understanding it in-depth, we will forget that in a few days, so focus on the topics you have already prepared.
Some students see the exam pattern just before when a few days are left for the exam, they think that learning the syllabus is enough. You should not do that, you should always know the pattern properly before even starting the preparation, not only that, you also need to practice according to the exam pattern.
It is a fact that students who practice according to the exam pattern score better than those who have not practiced according to the exam pattern. Practicing according to the exam pattern helps you to understand which types of questions are asked, how much time do you have for each question, which types of questions are difficult for you, what are your strong points, know the topics where you need to focus so in this way when you are giving the real exam, you are already familiar with the types of questions.
You will not be tense after seeing the question paper, and try to solve it in the best way possible in less time. At the time of choosing study material, you should focus on studying from authorized and good quality books which are specifically made for the REET exam. At the time of studying, make notes properly, and at the time of the revision, revise from your notes. In this era of online teaching, you should know how to make use of technology properly.
Analyze which topics are more important, then spend more time on them, do not give more time to the topics from which generally no question is asked. Prepare a schedule, some students complain that after making a schedule, they are not able to follow it. So you need to be careful at the time of making a schedule, do not write anything that comes to your mind, if you write too much syllabus that can not be covered by you in one day, there is no use of such a schedule.
Write sensible things, divide the time for each topic properly according to the importance. Solve as many papers as you can, sometimes there are similar questions which are asked every year, this will also help you to build confidence. One of the most important things while preparing for any kind of exam is time management. If you know how to manage your time effectively, you can score excellent marks.
This is highly beneficial when you are solving papers, see the clock start answering questions, and decide how much time you need to give to every question. Do not feel bad when you are not able to manage time on the first attempt, no one is perfect from the start, perfection comes by practice. You should practice so many papers so that at the time of the REET exam you know exactly how much time each question requires, and set a time limit for every question. If you get stuck, do not panic, move to the next question, students often waste a lot of time on one question which leads to bad results so do not let that one question ruin your exam!