How To Prepare For an Exam While Doing a Job

By | September 12, 2017

How To Prepare For an Exam While Doing a Job: After getting graduated, the entire mind setup of a student rotates around just a single thought, ‘I’ve to get a job as soon as possible’. A great number of candidates join a job with a mentality that he/she will prepare for a government exam side by side. However, after getting a job he/she spend 8-10 hours in office and rest of the time drains out in sleeping, eating, and outing with friends. In simple words, we must say he/she gets stucked in the middle of a tornado full of confusion and frustration, as he/she could not able to make time for studies. To help all of those aspirants, we are here with some tips, which can help you in preparing for an exam while doing a job.

Preparation Tips

We must remember that nobody is perfect and he/she doesn’t even needs to be. All an individual needs to do is control his/her mind and flush out that tornado of confusion. Just relax and think, ‘Did you really tried your level best.’, you’ll automatically get the answer. Getting a job is undoubtedly a great choice, but we must take it as a privilege rather than a destination. We should always try to ‘move on’ and find something better that we have. Hence, to help our fellow readers in getting ahead and preparing for an exam while pursuing a job, we are here presenting some tips, which might not give you any superpower but can push you for going forward.

Tips to crack an exam with Job

  • Initially you will not get entertained by any Math book, so we recommend you to start your studies by normally reading GK magazines such as Current Affairs and many other. This will make your interest once again in studies, which I think is gone after getting the job.
  • Surviving your office hours regularly along with additional activities like hangouts, extra work, meeting with friends make your schedule very hectic. So, you must try cutting out the time from your daily activities other than office, to make some time for studies.
  • After getting a job, you do not have a lot of time to waste, so we recommend you to manage it properly and consider taking help with some notes instead of an entire bulky book.
  • Make a list of your strong and weak topics, by which you can clearly see, which topics needs more attention and practice.
  • Keep solving last year question papers or join any test series if possible, by which you will get to see your own performance on an actual question paper and then you can work upon your weak points.
  • Since you do not have a lot of time, you must turn your back at all the additional activities after office such as outing, movies, friends and all the other activities.
  • If you’re getting trouble in studying by yourself, you can also try weekly coaching classes, which can solve your problems every week.
  • If you’re still having some of your previous exam papers pending, we will highly recommend you either to pay extra attention or leave your job temporarily, because a person riding two boats always ends up sinking in the river. So take your decision seriously.
  • Make a time table and arrange your schedule according to it. We all have made time tables that ended up in dustbin at the end of the day. But you should always remember that, if you’re pursuing a job you’re mature enough to understand the value of time.
  • Stay completely updated with each and every notification of your respective exam, as you must be completely aware with all the latest happenings in the department it is associated with.

These are some tips, which might put some light on your way towards a competitive exam. Apart from this, there is one panacea, which will help you throughout the journey, “Never lie to yourself”, because the day you’ve lied to yourself, will be the day you’ll actually face the failure.

4 thoughts on “How To Prepare For an Exam While Doing a Job

  1. Harshita Mittal

    Thank you so much. This is very helpful and motivating. 🙂

  2. Ashok Kumar

    Is it possible to attend bank jobs without intermediate 10+2 with direct degree after 10th ?

    1. R360 Team Post author

      Hello Ashok,
      You must check out the eligibility criteria of all recruitment processes.


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