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Tips To Write Answer of Theoretical And Numerical Questions in CS Exam

Tips To Write Answer of Theoretical And Numerical Questions in CS Exam
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There is No Doubt Everyone has a Different Types of Writing Styles and Approach. But When Comes To Correctness and Validness You Must have to Consider Some Points and Guidelines Before Writing Answer of Theoretical and Practical Questions in CS Exam.


For Numerical Questions.

Important points which student may keep into consideration while answering Practical Questions in CS Exam.


A). Always Leave Left Hand Page for showing Workings, Assumptions, and Notes. Workings are a must for the answer to be valid and should be fairly elaborate. Present them parallel to the question concerned. Use the last page of the booklet for Rough work Related Questions.

B). State Necessary Assumptions and notes wherever possible rather than wherever you feel essential. It is not a serious error if you write some extra assumptions than miss some important ones.

C). Provide Total columns where applicable, similarly state Narrations to journal entries in the case of accountancy.

D). Avoid overwriting. Where they become inevitable, strike off and write again. Clarity is more important than neatness.

E). Wherever possible, check your answers with control figures to ensure the accuracy of your solutions.

F). Apply the rule of rounding off correctly for decimals. The rule is, a digit followed by a figure starting with five and above should be rounded off to the next higher digit.



For Theoretical Question

Important points which student may keep into consideration while answering Theory Questions .

A). Answer to the point and be brief. Valuator does not have ample time to read your answer paper thoroughly. They will abundantly make use of the scanning technique.

B). Present your points as a list wherever possible. This will increase the chances of the point being read by the evaluator. Number the points numerically instead of alphabetically.

C). Questions that use words such as describe and discuss require longer narrative answers. Present such answers in paragraphs with appropriate headings.

D). Present examples and illustrations frequently.

E). Tabulate the comparative points (in a columnar fashion), when you answer questions asking for a comparison of alternatives, techniques, opinions, etc.

F). Avoid writing long and descriptive answers that take up yours as well as evaluator time. They test the patience of the evaluator and it is risky to do so.

G). When you forget some points when writing the examination, leave some space and start a new answer. You can return later and complete the previous answer when you recollect the points.

H). In the case of law, if you are sure of the case laws and sections, provide these on the answer sheet. But in the case of ambiguity, you may avoid, as a wrong quote is likely to have a penalty. The same is true in the case of statistics for economics subject. Professional Program students are expected to give practical examples, application areas and good criticism of the subject matter (in applicable topics).

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