A brief introduction:
I took the CDS exam three times.
On the first attempt of SSB, I reached the conference stage, but unfortunately I could not get to the final list.
On the second SSB attempt, it was eliminated.
The information about the exam:
There are three exams every 2 hours.
The three reviews are carried out on the same day.
It is necessary to prepare three subjects, that is, English, general knowledge and mathematics.
There are 120 questions in English, 120 questions by G. K. and 100 questions in math.
If your choice of OTA service, it should not be given to math exams.
Books I was preparing for the exam:
Vocabulary – Norman Lewis
English Grammar S. P. Bakshi
Manual of General Studies by Arihant Publications.
News from the Internet.
1.Quantum CAT by sarvesh kumar Verma
The strategy I used in the exam:
English is the most important topic. I avoided all the questions about the error, since they are the most important for the negative mark.
English exam is simple compared to GK and math.
I scored almost 75 points in English. I needed only 20 more marks to eliminate the cut for the OTA.
For IMA, you need about 120 brands.
On the math test, I could not solve 33 questions. There are no negative marks.
In general knowledge, he could not solve 60 questions.
Overall, I have 135 points. I gave an interview to IMA
For more help you can give me a message.
Glad to help you.
Disclaimer: This strategy has worked for me. This may or may not work for you.
Here are the tips to prepare:
The CDS review consists of three articles: English, General Knowledge and Mathematics. If you are preparing for the OTA, you will have to appear for the first two documents if not the three documents are important.
If you are not yet prepared personal notes, then it is time to work and take specific notes. This will give you a better understanding of the subject and can also refer to those cases of need.
View the documents over the past few years and try to solve each one. This will help you to identify your level of readiness as well as their strengths and weaknesses. A post analysis, you can work on your weak points as well.