As you all know that my quants score in my first attempt was not great and so I am really focusing a lot on improving quants with the objective of hitting a 49 on the D day. And I have been analysing my mistakes. I think I will be able to improve considerable if I do not miss steps. Let me explain it in detail to you. Whenever I see a DS question, I tend to come to conclusion quickly and the result is that I tend to miss a crucial step such as considering zero for inequalities. I need to stop jumping the stairs and go step by step. I am going to make conscious efforts to improve this. The strategy is two folds:
1. Do each question step by step in order to get it right, not worrying about the time. This way it will become a habit.
2. Do them RIGHT!
And I should mention that I have to incorporate this habit in my personal life as well. I need to stop missing the stops (doesn’t it sound cool..stop missing the stops..I think it does) and be more cautious in making decisions. But in the hindsight (or is it “on the hindsight”), I think processing things fast and missing the smaller steps is somewhat important when it comes to personal life. Isn’t it?
How is your preparation going on? Tell me. Tell me.