How to Write in AMIE Exams for Better Grade

  • Checkout all your things you required during exam time Pen, Pencil, sketch Pens, rubber, sharper, each and everything whether it is small or big matters a lot during your exam time
  • Time management is important. Read out all the questions carefully before writing anything on an answer sheet and always start your answering from the questions which will carry maximum marks as well as which you think is tougher. Assign appropriate time to the question and justify the marks given to them.
  • Answer sheet should be neat & clean.

  • Write the answer in point method. Just break your answer in the point. This way examiner will be able to check your answer with ease. If the initial points are good, the probability of the getting highest marks is maximum.
  • Underline the keywords. While writing the answer underline the important keywords.This technique will be a good long answer. Generally, an examiner has many copies to check, so he skims over the answer.SO if he finds the required keyword. Your job is done
  • While solving the numerical question, always box the answer. This will help you in grabbing the attention of examiner
  • Write in heading and sub-heading. This way of technique helps the examiner is seeing the important text and impress the examiner also.
  • When you ends up with exam paper or question paper don’t feel like running out of examination hall, Sit there and review each and every answer before depositing that to the invigilator also, look for the questions you left during answering or in which you stuck.Look for the beautification of the answer so that it can grab the eye the examiner easily.
  • Your handwriting should be good and easily understandable.
  • Make sure your answer are not too long and not too short. It should be to the point and justify the marks given on that.
  • Never write anything at the end of answer sheet like your name, roll number etc. Your result will certainly be withheld.

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