Some Insane Tips on passing the NUST Entry Test NET I 2 3

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There is only one thing that is on a student’s mind when he is done with FSC/HSSC, to get into a reputed university.

Getting into the prestigious NUST is not an easy task. In order to be admitted, one must demonstrate remarkable intelligence and dedication through a series of rigorous tests. If you’re in need of some help on how to prepare for these grueling exams, don’t worry! We’ve got your back.

Some frequently asked questions about NUST entry test:

What is NET:

The NET is a three-series test that takes place in Islamabad, Karachi, and Quetta. The questions are taken from textbooks used at HSSC/FSC courses.

Candidates can take the test more than once with their best score being considered for admissions. However, in any one series, only one attempt is allowed on a particular discipline. Suppose if you fail NET-1 then you can still take NET-2 and NET-3.

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What is the Exam duration?

The duration of the exam is 3 hours.

What is the format of NUST NET?

The test is a comprehensive, 200 question multiple-choice questionnaire that covers various subjects depending on the degree you are applying for.

Best Tips on preparing for NUST NET exam:

Register and take all the 3-exam series (NET-1, 2 & 3)

It is a good idea to register for all the series of exams i.e NET-1.2 and 3. Even if you do not score a good score on the first attempt you will still have 2 more attempts left and you would know how the test works. So you can prepare accordingly. The best score among all the attempts will be considered final.

 

Learn the chapters conceptually- don’t focus on learning entire chapters by heart:

Fsc students have an edge over A-levels students because the test is based on the Fsc course. But this does not mean that the test will have subjective questions. Learning the chapters smartly will help, you need to understand the concepts and understand everything rather than memorizing it.

Not going through some topics for NUST Entry Test is a bad idea:

You have to go through the whole course. It’s not like that you will be exempted from attempting those questions which you didn’t prepare. You have to attempt all the questions. Suppose you didn’t prepare for chapter 3 and the test has questions related to that, what will you do?

 

Read the question twice before answering it:

Sometimes when we see a question we think that we have got it figured out but in reality, we haven’t actually read the question carefully. So you don’t want to end up making a mistake, do you? Go through the question twice at least. There are some questions that require some patience, don’t be hasty. 3 hours are sufficient to solve 200 questions so don’t worry about the time unless you are very slow.

If you don’t know the answer, make smart guesses:

It’s natural that you might not know the answer to every question. Instead of wasting time on it leave it and get back to them when you are done with the whole paper. Since there is no negative marking there is no harm in making smart guesses for the questions you are not sure about.

Try to make an educated guess by reading the question and its answers. Since the paper consists of MCQs you can get it right.

Prepare for the test according to subject weightage:

Every discipline has different subject’s weightage. For example, if you apply for Computer science then you will have 80 math’s, 60 phy, 20 English, 10 general knowledge, and 30 computer science questions. So, you will have to prepare for maths and phy the most because it has the most weightage. Subject weightage depends on the discipline you are applying to so prepare accordingly. Giving equal time to prepare for all subjects may not be the best idea

 

Practice past papers and give Mock exams if possible:

Past papers are a very useful resource when it comes to passing NET. You get acquainted with the paper pattern and exam style, though the paper pattern may change. But it still prepares you for the exam.

Various institutes offer mock exams, you can take those exams. You will get an idea of how exams are conducted and this will also determine how prepared you are for the actual exam.

 

Use online resources:

There are tons of online resources available on the internet for NET. Go through those resources and see what you can find useful. Moreover, Facebook groups are a goldmine for resourceful content. Join NET-related groups and connect with people so you can get something resourceful out of them.

We hope you’ve found this blog helpful and have a clearer understanding of the process. If not, we encourage you to watch videos or read other articles about how NUST entry test preparation works. You can also ask your teachers for advice on what to do next! There are many more resources available online that should be able to help answer any questions you may have in regards to getting into engineering school if it is something you’re interested in pursuing. As always, good luck with everything!

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