Stick to the order of sectionsthat you have decided before coming in: If you have been solving mock tests by following a certain order of sections that you attempt, stick to that. Do not change it. Build confidence by attempting the easy ones first. The confidence will create a positive momentum for you to do well over the 120 minutes.
Keep the difficult and time consuming questions in each section for the end.Build confidence by attempting the easy ones in each section first. The confidence will create a positive momentum for you to do well over the 120 minutes.
Manage Time well:-Do not spend more than 20 minutes overall on General Awareness or Computer Knowledge. You either know the answer or you do not. Within each of the other sections as well, work on the easy ones before moving onto the more difficult ones.
Do not get stuck on any question:-Give yourself a cut-off of, lets say 90-120 seconds, and if any question takes more than that, leave it and you can return in case you have time. Remember, every question carries the same weightage within a section, so do not waste time on one question only.
Do not take guesses: There is negative marking and hence be judicious on questions where you decide to mark an answer without knowing the correct option. You can choose to take educated guesses (or guesses after eliminating 2-3 incorrect options) but we do not recommend blind guesses.