Let’s get the short answer out of the way up front. No, you can’t effectively prepare for NMAT in Two weeks. Two weeks really isn’t good enough, either. I generally recommend setting aside 8-12 weeks.
That said, I know that many people don’t have the time, or don’t plan far enough in advance. While you cannot adequately prepare for NMAT in two week, there are some tactics you can use to maximize your score without sufficienct preparation.
Your first order of business is to get acquainted with the test. You can accomplish this with some reading, and much of it can be done at this site. You can start with catkins NMAT videos to get an overlook about the exams, which will only take an hour.
Next, focus on aspects of the NMAT that you probably aren’t accustomed to. The two question types that pose the most problems for newcomers are Data Sufficiency and Reading Comprehension , especially the former. Again, you can read up on those topics at this site to learn some techniques to help you internalize the question type and pick up a few more points on test day.
GMAT Math in One Week
If you haven’t done any math in ten years, or you have never been very good at it, taking NMAT with only two week of preparation is a particularly bad idea for you. On the other hand, if you can handle quantitative topics, again, familiarity is the key.
I generally recommend that users of my book, devote 50 to 100 hours to read every chapter and do all (or at least most) of the exercises. There isn’t that much time in two week unless you do absolutely nothing else. But you can still benefit from the book.
Instead of carefully going through every topic, you’ll want to skim the content chapters. Again, the goal is to get a sense of what will be on the exam so that you’ll discover as few surprises as possible on the test. As you go through these topics, you’ll probably find a few of them that are completely unfamiliar. Pick out 5-10 such topics and study those carefully.
NMAT Verbal in One Week
One you’ve read through the CETking books and have a sense of the types of questions you’ll face on NMAT Verbal section, the key words are practice and timing.
No matter how much you read, you’ll have a hard time with NMAT Reading Comprehension and Critical Reasoning until you spend a few hours doing some problems. Even though you won’t have time to go through more than a few dozen questions, look for underlying patterns in the passage structures and question types.
Just as importantly, time yourself while doing those questions. Make sure you are getting through a Reading Comprehension passage in four minutes or less, and that you are spending no more than three minutes per question on Critical Reasoning.
You Can Do It, but…
The goal of this TWO-week approach is to get you feeling as comfortable with the exam as possible in a short period of time. You’ll probably be overwhelmed trying to internalize so much information in so little time, but better that than sitting down on test day and having no idea what you’re doing.You can easily score for the other few attempts since NMAT provides you with THREE attempts in total .Don’t be afraid with the time you have and the score you are aiming for, just get done with the chaps slow and steady and you end up covers all the chapters one by one.Just keep focusing and revising the the chapters once you are don’t with the chapters,start with another chapter simultaneously.
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