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These days, CSE Prelims is becoming hyper-competitive. Even the experienced candidates are failing to clear it year after year efforts. But there are some freshers who are clearing in the first attempt only. CSP is not only a test of the range of information but also about your ability to connect to the dots, to identify the scoring areas and to develop some MCQ skills. Once you master the Objective type exams, you don't have to put more efforts into the successive attempts or to crack any other exams. Hence, try to approach the Prelims strategically. Read the Toppers articles. Discuss with your mentors. Put the efforts consistently.
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Leaving the Qn unattended is very important to reduce the negative marking. The ideal scenario is to attend 80 to 85 Qns, and leave 15 to 20 unattended, Provided you have a very good accuracy rate.
Which Qns to leave:
a) Which are too factual and you fail to logically estimate the range of info.
b) If there are too many unknown statements, like out of 4 to 5 statements, you know only one and you can not eliminate others. And if the combination of statements is too complex. Then it is good to leave.
c) Some low yielding areas are Art n Culture, medical history, and some obscure orgs etc.
And as you start giving the tests, you will start developing that habit of leaving poor scoring Qns.