BVP CET 2015 Tips:
The BVP CET stands for the “Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Common Entrance Test” , this is an entrance examination which is conducted by the University for the purpose of admitting and offering all Candidates and Students to several Engineering Degrees and Programs.
The University conducts this engineering examination for the following engineering Undergraduate degrees and programs, mentioned below:
- Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture
- Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Biomedical Engineering
- Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Chemical Engineering
- Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Civil Engineering
- Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Computer Engineering
- Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Electronics Engineering
- Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Electronics & Communication Engineering
- Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Mechanical Engineering
- Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Production Engineering
All those Candidates & Students who are interested in pursuing a degree or program in the Bharati Vidyapeeth University will have to appear for the BVP CET 2015 exams. So here is an article on the BVP CET 2015 Tips, to help students and candidates prepare for the examination
(a)Cross Reference of your Syllabus:
This is in fact the first step towards the preparation of the entrance examination, it is an absolute necessity for all Candidates and Students to check the syllabus and the course content for the entrance examination. Click here
(b)Prepare a Study Program / Routine:
The best way to prepare for any exam is to make yourself a study program or a study routine, this will enable you to study regularly and result in timely completion of the syllabus. Preparing a study program can also enable to break up the entire vast portion in to easy patches.
Its far better to study everyday regularly then to study at one time, just before the examinations. All the Candidates should remember that proverb “Slow and Steady wins the Race”.
(d)Pay attention to important chapters and topics:
Its very important to pay very special attention to important chapters and topics that are not only having more weight age but also which are asked regularly in the previous examinations. There is always a chance that 2 or 3 questions may be asked in the present examination.
(e)Revise last year exam papers:
Practicing and solving the last year question papers will definitely boost your morale and confidence. Moreover, the more you practice the better for you, this would enable you to know your weak points and also overcome your fears.
(f)Remain Calm and Cool:
Always remain calm and cool, both before the examination and also during the examination. It is very necessary to keep a cool temperament at all times, this would also help to understand the question in a better way and also answer it properly.