TANCET 2020 NEWS
STATE LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
Anna University will conduct TANCET 2020 on February 29,2020 and March 1, 2020. The exam will be held in Offline mode. With all the preparation and hard work that the candidates have been doing all these days, it is equally important for them to make the best of the examination day. If a candidate is not up-to-date with the latest do’s and don’ts regarding the exam, he/she may face unnecessary hassles that may prove costly. Check TANCET 2020 Exam Pattern
The following article majorly focuses on the things a candidate should keep in mind before appearing for TANCET 2020. A lot of research has been done to create this article to help aspirants in the swift completion of the exam.
Candidates must reach the exam centre in advance to avoid last - minute rush and to complete the formalities on time. Take the help of Google Map if you find any difficulty in reaching the exam centre. However, candidates are advised to reach the venue one day prior to the exam if their residence is far away from the TANCET 2020 Exam Centres
It is necessary to carry TANCET 2020 Admit Card to the exam centre. The Candidate will not be allowed to take the exam if he/she fails to bring the hall ticket during the verification process. Along with the admit card, it is mandatory for the candidate to carry valid photo-identity proof. Candidates can carry any of the below mentioned ID proof :
As TANCET 2020 will be conducted in offline mode only. It is necessary for candidates to carry pen and pencil, eraser to the exam centre. All the stationaries should be arranged a day before the exam.
After the identification process, Candidates will be allowed to enter the examination Hall. According to the allotted roll no. on the TANCET admit card, candidates have to take their seat inside the examination hall.
Once the question paper is distributed by the Invigilator, Candidates should quickly go through the instructions. It is advised to start with a section that they can complete in less time with maximum accuracy.
Candidates will not be permitted to enter inside the exam centre if he/she carries any electronic device like calculator, mobile, wristwatch, Bluetooth or any other gadget. As the authorities have banned these items inside the examination premises.
Do not carry anything except for pen and pencil as mentioned in the admit card. No bag, notebook or papers allowed inside the exam centre. Rough sheet for solving Logical Reasoning, Data Interpretation and Aptitude section in the exam will be provided by the Invigilator.
Don’t be late. Entry after half an hour of exam start will not be allowed.
The candidates should not rush while filling the OMR sheet.
If a candidate has finished his exam before time, he should revise the paper for accuracy. It is advised not to leave the examination hall before the stipulated time.
Before leaving the exam centre, the candidates should check that they didn’t leave any personal belongings or ID Card behind in the exam centre. In case they lose their ID Card, the centre won’t take any responsibility.
TANCET 2020 Admit Card has already been made available since February 13, 2020 in online mode, candidates are advised to check that the information mentioned on the hall ticket 2020 is correct. Candidates should check the following particulars carefully:
Name of the Candidate
Exam Centre allotted
Date of examination
Exam roll number
Take the printout of the TANCET hall ticket a day before the exam and keep it in your bag. Don’t forget to take a copy of the admit card with you in case you lose the original printout.
After checking the exam centre, candidates are advised to locate the exam centre a day before and find the shortest possible route to reach the exam centre on time and avoid any kind of hassle on the day of examination. Candidates are advised to take a note on when to depart from home in order to reach the centre on time.
The D-day for TANCET 2020 has arrived and candidates appearing for this exam might be experiencing the last minute jitters. However, the last minute preparation tips can help the aspirants to overcome the anxiety of appearing in the exam and will help boost their confidence. Check the last-minute tips below:
Know the Exam Pattern: It is important for the candidates to know the exam pattern well. The number of sections, marking scheme, duration of the exam, exam type etc so that you can chalk out exam day strategy.
Revising is the Key to Success: Devote your maximum time in revision, analysing, and practise. In order to avoid chaos during the revision hours, it is advised that candidates should start with Mathematics. After revising crucial topics from quantitative aptitude section, move on to English then at last to Logical reasoning section. One of the best methods to adapt for quick revisions anytime anywhere is to create small notes. Note down the formulas and concepts which you may have a difficult time remembering and create small notes.
Practice, Practice, Practice: Practise previous year’s TANCET question papers. Give mock tests and learn from the mistakes as well as work on your weak areas. Check TANCET 2020 practice papers
Time Management: Avoid wasting time on the questions which you don’t know. Therefore, it is advised that candidates should utilise the time on the questions that they are confident.
Positive Attitude: During the last minute preparation, always remain positive and confident. The positivity will definitely affect the candidate's performance in the examination. So, it is advised to stay calm and stressed out.
Health is Wealth: A healthy schedule should be maintained by the candidates for TANCET 2020. Since it is a very crucial time, the students should eat healthily and keep a constant eye on their diet. Unhealthy food should be avoided and students should get enough sleep.
Expert Advice: The candidates should take help from experts such as teachers if there are some concepts which are hard to understand or have any doubts regarding the syllabus of TANCET 2020.
TANCET 2020 is just around the corner and preparations must be in full swing to ace the entrance exam. By following the above mentioned guidelines students can get the gateway to some of the best colleges in the country.
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