Practical subjects are always tricky to prepare for as you cannot memorize the theorems and pour on your answer paper. You would have to practice a bunch of problems on regular basis.
#2. Take notes of the practical subjects throughout the course duration.
#3. Take notes of the key terms, meanings, principles, formulae, concepts etc.
#4. Copy down example problems of each topic in full.
#5. Make sure you stick to 1 textbook of a particular publication.
#6. Practice example problems and questions occurred in university exams regularly i.e. once in a week.
#7. Check your answers yourself and rework if the answers are incorrect.
#8. You should be clear with each and every concepts to make your basics clear of the practical subject.
#9. If your concepts are unclear, take help from your faculty, classes or a friend who is master in that subject.
#10. If you are running out of time and stuck with a particular problem, skip it for the time being and come back to it later.
#11. Refer to websites, university papers, coaching classes material for extra problems for extra practice.
#12. Know your exam paper pattern and check what type of problems are allotted how many marks and how you will attempt them within a stipulated time.
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