Preparation Tips for the JGEEBILS 2021

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To get a good score and hence qualify the JGEEBILS examination:

  • The candidates need to make their time table before they start their JGEEBILS exam preparations and need to follow it strictly.
  • Also need to understand the complete JGEEBILS syllabus, examination pattern and the marking scheme.
  • They can also solve the previous year question papers and sample papers of JGEEBILS 2019.
  • Applicants must give as much online and offline mock tests to analyze and check their preparation level and to get an insight into the JGEEBILS examination.
  • Must prepare the notes of important topics and revise the notes before two or three days of the main examination.

This is the very first step in preparation for exams as syllabus will give you an idea of what topics you need to study for the exam. There is no particular syllabus for TIFR GS Biology exam.

  • The test is extremely basic and consists of MCQs covering basics in physics, chemistry, maths, and biology.
  • The type of questions asked in physics and chemistry section is generally numerically based.
  • From Physics, Newtonian laws, graphical analysis, easy problems, vectors, fluid mechanics, electricity, optics, etc. are asked. The intention is to test your basics.
  • Chemistry section is important since a biologist has a lot to deal with chemistry basics. It can comprise of atomic structure, hybridization, enzyme kinetics, organic and inorganic chemistry. Solving equations and mathematical calculations are a must.
  • From the General Section, basic calculus, geometry, statistics, trigonometry, probability, and algebra is asked from mathematics. It may also have questions from general science, awareness and working principles of appliances, etc. It can also be from the environment around you or about a basic everyday solution.
  • Biology section comprises of easy to logical questions from topics including genetics such as based on linkage determination, pedigree analysis as well as population genetics, data sufficiency, and experimental design. Hypothesis or experimental condition based analytical questions are also asked. You can also read about the cell and its structure, animal physiology, and metabolism.
  • Interview conducted after written test is also based on the area of candidate interest and comfort. You may be asked to prepare an SOP and submit it before the interview. It is used to judge your research interest. As there is no precise guide book or syllabus, no special knowledge is required, one just has to revise their basics. You can refer your 10 + 2 level books of basic sciences. The comprehensive conceptual study of physics, chemistry, mathematics and biology NCERT books shall help. The main aim of the interview is to see if you are able to logically derive conclusions and if you are strong in your subject area. The panel may also discuss your past research experience or project and you must be able to defend it.

Some points to clear how to be proper to study;

  • Studying smart
  • Time Management
  • Evaluate yourself
  • Practice
  • Dedication, Discipline, and Devotion
  • Stay Away from Distractions
  • Positive thinking
  • Stay Healthy
  • Please check the question papers of the last few years. This helps in understanding the exam pattern and important topics. This increases your self-confidence, as well as your preparation also moves in the right direction. If needed, help of your seniors and teachers should also be taken.
  • You should be fully familiar with your syllabus. Now all questions are objective, so no topic should be left out.
  • You should give priority to some topics. This exam covers most of the topics of your PG course, so your grip on every subject should be strong. The test papers of general awareness must be solved.
  • Personal notes must be made. These notes are very useful for ‘last-minute study’ .
  • Large note books or registers should be kept. Divide the note book into three columns. Write the topic, title, serial number in the left column, the main cut in the middle column and any updates or references in the last column.
  • You should do your preparation properly. You should know which subject to study for how long and for how long. Should not be a waste of time
  • The most important thing is that you should be positive and full of self-confidence. Self-confidence reveals your preparedness.

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