The Lucknow University has released the UP B.Ed exam admit card 2021 on the official website i.e. lkouniv.ac.in on July 15, 2021. The UP B.Ed exam is scheduled for August 06, 2021, it was earlier scheduled for July 30, 2021. The entrance examination is conducted annually by Lucknow University to provide admission to eligible candidates in the 2 years B.Ed programmes. The scores of the UP B.Ed exam are used by the candidates to take up admission in around 16 colleges registered with the University.
The examination is not easy to crack and the candidates have to do a lot of hard work to qualify the same. Hence, it is very important that the candidates use the last week before the exam and utilize the same to prepare effectively for the exam. Thus, to help the candidates, we have come up with some basic preparation tips and tricks mentioned below:
#1 The students should use the last week’s time to clear the basic concepts on those parts of the syllabus. In this way, they can make their preparations strong before the exam. Clearing the concepts also helps the students to score extra marks in the class UP B.ED examination especially for the General Awareness and Professional subject. These two subjects can fetch more marks in less time.
#2 General Aptitude is a very important subject of the UP B.ED exam and the candidates need to practice well for the examination. The candidates should first try to revise the basic concepts and then go for practicing the probable questions that can be asked in the exam. The candidates can also resort to solving questions of previous years to get a complete idea of the type of questions asked.
#3 The students must try to appear for a maximum number of UP B.ED Mock Tests before the examination. In this way, the candidates can get an idea of their preparation level. Not only this, but the candidates can also check for the correct approach to solve the questions in which he is not able to perform well. The mock test is a real test before the real examination.
#4 One important thing that candidates should keep in mind is that there is no provision of negative marking in the UP B.ED Exam. Therefore, the candidates can opt for guessing the answer for which they are not 100% sure. However, we recommend our students to think a lot before marking answers for any questions in the examination.
#5 The candidate should keep his mind calm and cool before the exam and avoid any unnecessary tension before the examination. Another important thing that candidates have to do is not studying anything new for the UP B.ED examination in the last week. This will not do any good and will only create confusion in the mind of the students.