So finally the wait is over for one million as the GATE 2018 Result has been announced. Undoubtedly it is one of the toughest entrance exams in which every year lakhs of students appear for. Congratulations to all the candidates who qualified GATE 2018. In the end, it is your hard work and dedication which has paid off. However, those who could not qualify this time, it doesn’t mean you did not put your best foot forward. Just keep working hard and do not lose hope. It must have been a difficult road but the sunset always looks beautiful from the top. So try and give your best next year.
Jyotiranjan Barik has a #1 All India Rank in Agricultural Engineering paper. His overall GATE 2018 Score is 959.
The exam conducting bodies have been increasing the level of difficulty not only to test the knowledge of the examinees but because the students still surprise them. With such a high level of competition in every field, be it education or work, the race to come to the top is never-ending. However, the journey is not as easy as it sounds.
To be on the top, you need to have a clear vision of the goal. This is the mantra of success of every topper in any entrance exam. They know their goal and they just don’t stop until they get there.
Failing is not what everyone likes, but as they say “Failure is the best teacher”. Learn from the mistakes and start preparing for next year. There are many students who might be attempting their GATE for the third time and finally succeeded this time. So if you have not qualified GATE this time don’t be disheartened and remember this is not the end of the world.
The key to success is Understanding concepts. Practice mock tests and solve previous year question papers as much as you can. Make short notes for each subject, in this way you will be organized. Prepare as per the syllabus only. Give equal attention to all the subjects, instead of giving importance to only to that subject which you already master in.
These are the words of one of the GATE topper “I sincerely feel preparation is dependent upon each person. I feel that the hours of study and such parameters don’t matter. How much you study also I feel doesn’t make such an impact as much as the quality of your study and preparation. I also strongly endorse preparing and adhering to a good strategy to taste success in GATE.“