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I'm not saying this is the universal truth to achieve great results, every individual has his/her own thinking and mindset and capabilities.

So Take my input & work according to yourself. For first six months give proper time in concepts buildings of each & every topic in the syllabus....

GATE is mostly Numerical based Exam. So Focus on Numericals & Practice questions as much as you can.…

Give subject wise online test as you finish the subject, Leave mock Tests for the last 2 months....

In given test, right down the tough & different conceptual question in one handbook, study this in last 2 months ... While giving test series, Work on yourmistakes & NEVER compare yourself to others…

 

Remember -

a. Give tests Sincerely

b. Don't care about its Rank ...

Revision is MUST. Without revision you can't do anything, Our brain has a tendency to forget things in some time. So Revise finished subject in every 15 days to be sharp.…

Otherwise after one month, this subject will be new to you, and your hard work will be wasted....

If possible, make short notes, because it will be helpful in last days of revision time, you could revise concepts in 1-2 days.....

Don't make thesis in short notes, be very precise & specific....

Last Two months give your time mostly in mock tests & practice & revision....

You should solve previous year question of last 10 years Atleast 3 times....

Concepts revision should be done Atleast 10 times till the date of exam....

One thing you should remember Hard work beats talent, If talent doesn't work hard....

BEST OF LUCK, BE HAPPY, WORK HARD. ...

 

Can you tell me how you make your own notes while preparing from the books?

Reasons of not getting 90+ in cs ..

There was no need to get 90+ marks when you are getting rank 1 in 80s and top 200 are in like 70s range and last year in 2022 you were in top 500 if you get 55+ out of 100. So if you are in top 200 you are getting same college as air 1 or an equivalent college so that's why nobody thinks of getting 90+. second thing is gate cs paper is one of the conceptual papers so scoring 90+ requires a lot of accuracy and brainwork since there is time bound. other papers in which there are 90+ score it is because most of the paper is formula based and less conceptual as compared to computer science. if one is able to remember formulaes and has accuracy in calculation then he/she can easily get 60+ and with hard work he/she can push himself/herself to 90+.

 

I am not saying that other papers are easy. third thing due to which student get 90+ is competition. you have a high level of pressure to get as much marks as possible because someone is there who is preparing harder than you to get more marks. There are lot of CS jobs available and after mtech placement of cs is better than most of the branches so people are less serious for getting 90+ coz they have backup options available whereas other branches mainly compete for psu as core jobs are less in other branches as compared to cs and most of them are less interested in doing mtech due to poor placement as compared to cs branch.

How to get 90+ working hard is the only option to get 90+. for me working hard means that you should be able to attain a level such that whatever question I give you related to gate syllabus you should be able to give me the answer within 3 to 10 minutes. ways to achieve 90+ Ways to achieve it is by practicing good quality of new questions and learning each and every concept thoroughly....

whenever some asks you some concept you should be able to visualize what is happening in the question. if that is not happening then you are weak in that concept. Nowadays competition is increasing in cs , so you can expect someone to get 90+ in the coming 4 to 5 years.…

If you think about backups for GATE, you should only try for those backups and not GATE. This is what I have seen from previous people....

 

1. https://gateoverflow.in/previous-years

 

  1. https://csedoubts.gateoverflow.in/357718/different-types-of-numerical-in-gate-2022

 

  1. https://csedoubts.gateoverflow.in/357718/different-types-of-numerical-in-gate-2022?show=357856#a357856 

 

    4. https://csedoubts.gateoverflow.in/357924/how-to-prepare-for-gate-2022 

 

   5. https://csedoubts.gateoverflow.in/357924/how-to-prepare-for-gate-2022?show=357934#a357934

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