Grasp the concept of negative marking and its implications in government exams.
Avoid hasty assumptions and carefully analyze questions before attempting them.
Begin by solving questions that you are confident about to secure positive marks.
Use the process of elimination to rule out incorrect options and increase your chances of selecting the correct one.
Allocate sufficient time for each question and avoid rushing, which can lead to incorrect answers.
Take calculated risks when making an educated guess, considering the probability of selecting the correct answer.
Focus on maintaining a high level of accuracy in the questions you attempt rather than attempting a large number of questions.
If you lack knowledge or are unsure about an answer, it may be better to skip the question.
Regularly practice mock tests to familiarize yourself with negative marking and refine your strategies.
Analyze your performance in mock tests and previous exams to identify patterns of errors and work on improving them.