If you are reading this article then we are sure you are ready to take the scholarship challenge. Now we can take this article forward to provide some insights on the preparation.
The Subject – First and foremost important header of the preparation is the choice of the subject. We know you have special knack on a particular subject and you are doing exceptionally well but that subject has many chapters. All we are trying to say is to focus and pinpoint your choice of interest. For instance you may like biology in your 12th but in reality you are actually best at molecular biology. Same can be said on other subjects like physics, history, mathematics, literature or subjects like dance, singing and playing instruments. Pick your choice of subject carefully. This is the stepping stone of your success as well as your storehouse of confidence. This will be a cakewalk for you if you pick the correct subject .
The Time – We all know time is precious and we also know most of us finding it really hard to keep the pace with time. So, stop chasing time. Instead, sign one mutual agreement. In this agreement both you and time will share a good amount of cosy yet fruitful exchange of passion, concentration and accumulation of knowledge. All you need to do is to plan much ahead and properly. Distribution of time and topics will be helpful. Time you invest here will give you the return in time with unimaginably higher interest.
The Plan – Create a blueprint of your success and work on it. Take a survey which will allow you to know more about successful candidates. You must plan according to your strengths and weaknesses, which will help you to build up a winning strategy. Moreover, plan to relax and plan to have some fun in between planning and preparation.
The Preparations – Prepare yourself for the worst and you will smoothly sail over all the odds. Take every precaution, seal each and every loophole and take notes to counter the problems. Remember, you are going to fight against the best. If you are not in your best condition then you may better not take the plunge. Few important things you must not ignore are
- Subject knowledge
- Pattern of the examination
- Your own benchmark
- Daily goal setting
- Not to overstretch
- Get the latest update
- Build a support team
- Practise, practise and more practise
Do you think you are ready to take up the challenge? Why are you waiting then! Go get it…