Acet Exam Preparation Plan
Overall as the exam is divided into 5 parts and each part has its fare share in the exam and the cut off in the exam is about 55 to 65 so an overall comprehensive approach is required.
With respect to Preparational requirement the sequence of studying can be subdivided in the following way
Mathematics >>Logical Reasoning >>Statistics >>Data Interpretation >> English .
Sections from where most questions come subject wise can be given in the following way::
Differentiation, Integration, algebra , graph based problems
Dispersion, correlation regression , probability, distribution
Date problems , blood relation, number series, analogy
Line chart, bar chart, pie chart application
Grammer, finding mistakes, meanings , opposi
For preparations start with Logical Reasoning.
Work on the common and most repeated areas in the beginning and later move to advanced sections like date problems , faulty clocks, family tree
Then start working in Mathematics
First with on the basic algebra and then differential calculus and later to advanced application
Numerical analysis plays a crucial role in the entire examination so you need ro be extra careful for that.
Then work on Statistics and data Interpretation simultaneously as they are related and most of the topics in these two sections are common. Data Interpretation is nothing but a numerical application of statistics.
Later at the end start working with English. In English grammer plays the most important role in the exam. As most of the things in English you have already done before so it will be easier to get a grip. Along with grammar you need to concentrate on the parts like error finding and techniques on analogy also.
1. Every week you need to give at least 2 tests section wise . You can choose any 2 of the sections
Later it will proceed in cumulative way
2. Special concentration in working with scientific calculators like casio fx 82ms or techs instruments
3. Working on a comprehensive approach for the entire exam throughout
4. Practice working on big analytical questions also .