'Examination' is probably the most dreaded word in a student’s vocabulary. The fear of doing poorly in exams makes the life of a student quite miserable. Moreover, most of the students are not sure about how they should prepare for an examination. The result is that they perform far below their true potential. In desperation they look for guidance which, unfortunately, had never been available.
Realizing their problem, and with an aim to help them in their need, I had written and published a book (which subsequently became a bestseller in a regional language 'Assamese' in which it was originally written) named 'How to study for Examination'. It was highly appreciated by one and all.
In the year 2016, I have published it as an eBook for Amazon Kindle. You can buy it from the amazon website www.amazon.com.
To make the content of the book widely available to more students, I am including the content in this website. The content is modified, updated and enhanced - where ever needed - from the original content of the book.
I am sure the content of the following pages will help every student to perform better in exams. So, read on...
It is a universal fact that most of the students do not like to study. And I am one of them. I would rather play than sit down and study! But I had realised at a very young age that studies, however awful, is a necessity which I could ill-afford to sidestep; and scoring better marks in examinations was a part of it. So, I always endeavoured to study regularly.
But I did not want to spend all my time studying. So over the years I learned and developed a few techniques which helped me to accomplish more in less time. Thus I could keep aside sufficient time for playing games and yet do reasonably well in studies. At that time I was not sure whether these techniques, so beneficial to me, would be beneficial to any other student or not. Neither was I sure of whether or not they were based on proven scientific ground. But in later years and specially during my engineering college days in BITS, Pilani I came across a lot of books, magazines, journals (mostly foreign magazines like Science Digest, Scientific American etc) in our college library which proved that these techniques were indeed based on sound scientific ground. And that these concepts were universal in nature, which means that these techniques can be used by any student to a great advantage.