The CSIR NET Exam has been conducted successfully on 16th December 2018! The aspirants who have been preparing hard to crack the exam must be feeling relaxed after its completion.
The CSIR NET Exam is undoubtedly a tough race to win! The candidates must showcase their knowledge at a brilliant level to qualify this exam.
As discussed in our previous blogs, the difficulty level of the questions remain very high in the exam and it varies every year. To study the CSIR NET Exam Pattern and its’ difficulty level in detail, we have requested so many aspirants to share their reviews with us.
We would extend our thanks to all the CSIR NET Exam aspirants who shared their valued feedback with us. Based on their feedback we have segregated the reviews into 10 Q & A form. Also, check out the expected cut-offs for CSIR NET December 2018 Exam.
Answer: As compared to the previous years’ papers, the CSIR NET Exam had less difficulty level than the last year. The questions seemed to be shifting more towards the trend in the research atmosphere.
Of course, the difficulty level was high but only in the case of Part – B and the questions from Part – C were the combinations of medium & hard difficulty levels. The General Aptitude section was quite easy and scoring as well. If prepared well, candidates can obtain maximum scores in this section.
The difficulty level increased in ascending order from Part – A to Part – C.
Answer: I attempted the General Aptitude Section first as it was less time consuming and the questions were easier. So, I thought it would be wise to attempt Part-A questions quickly and save time for other sections.
Answer: I had a clear thought in my mind that I would attempt Part- A i.e. General Aptitude Section at first as this will help me in gaining confidence.
After solving all the questions of Part-A, I switched over to Part-B Section and lastly, I attempted Part-C Section which has the highest marks weightage amongst all the 3 sections. Part C was very time-consuming.
So, it’s better to take the third section at last and solve the questions with patience because one single mistake in these questions can hamper your scorecard.
Answer. Truly speaking, before I started solving the questions, I had a quick view of the entire paper to have a rough idea about the questions toughness. And then I got a little nervous after seeing the questions from Part-C Section.
But when I began with the Aptitude Section, I could solve maximum questions from that section easily. This helped me in gaining confidence in me and with a calm mind, I solved other sections too.
Answer: I’ve given the Exam for CSIR NET Life Sciences, so I would advise the Life Science aspirants to focus more on the memorization of specific chemicals, receptors, pathways etc. Apart from these, the basics from the +2 level must be very solid.
Especially the non-Botany students should learn all the basic Botany concepts as the questions which are coming out are quite simple.
A strong base in either Developmental Biology or Molecular Biology is a must as a lot of questions are coming from that.
It would be wise if you study with the brief notes that are prepared to learn the basic concepts in a precise manner.
The point of relief is that section A is very easy. Only a few weeks of preparation can make you score high in this section.
Answer: Well, the last-minute revision from quick notes helped me a lot in keeping the concepts and formulas remembered for long.
Answer: The CSIR NET Cutoffs (official) has not been released yet but you can the CSIR NET Expected cutoffs as declared by our experts.
Please Read CSIR NET Result and Cutoff Marks Declaration Process for detailed information!
Answer: Yes! I felt this very strongly that mock tests and past years’ papers really helped me in boosting up my speed, accuracy, and confidence as well.
The habit of solving those papers helped me a lot while attempting the questions in the exam.
I suggest all the aspirants practice with CSIR NET Mock Tests and Previous Years’ Question Papers.
Answer: I think the huge syllabus and the strain of recollecting things from your graduation level studies and revising their concepts. This was very time taking but if you can prepare a proper plan and schedule your studies wisely, then this tough task can be easier.
Answer: Yes, I took coaching from a near-by coaching center but I wish I could take help of some online courses as it is time-saving and more helpful than classroom coaching.
Folks! Thanks for sharing your valuable reviews with us. We hope that you all qualify the exam with very good scores!
All the Best!
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