High score in exams is not guaranteed by in-depth knowledge about all the concepts in the syllabus or rigorous practice. Your exam score depends mainly upon two parameters, namely Academic Proficiency and Test Taking Proficiency. RANKUP’s Advanced Test Analysis has two parts - Score and Time Analysis and Solutions and Conceptwise Analysis, which gives detailed insight into these two parameters:
1st Parameter - Academic Proficiency
The amount of clarity a student has about the various concepts and topics in the syllabus and his ability to apply this to solve the questions form 61% of the score.
2nd Parameter - Test Taking Proficiency
Skills like section level time management, the way you attempt the paper, your ability to select the right question, ability to deal with behavioral issues like nervousness, overconfidence, etc. are crucial to your performance. This determines the remaining 39% of your score.
How can Embibe help me to improve these parameters?
RANKUP’s Solutions and Chapterwise Analysis of tests gives detailed insight into:
- Chapters you got right,
- Chapters you got wrong, and
- Chapters you did not attempt.
This helps in identifying your academic weaknesses which can be worked upon resulting in increasing your Academic Proficiency.
Test Taking Proficiency of a student depends on multiple factors.
RANKUP’s Score and Time Analysis gives detailed insights into these factors and helps in improving your Test Taking Proficiency:
- Wasted Attempt: A Wasted Attempt happens when a student spends only a small fraction of the ideal time on a question and gets it wrong. Wasted Attempts are caused by panic, nervousness, or even overconfidence (behavioral issues). These behavioral issues, like panic attack or nervousness, might be caused by the student’s lack of time management skills or irregularities in his exam taking strategy.
- Perfect Attempts: Perfect Attempts are those questions which are answered correctly within the ideal time. The higher the number of your perfect attempts, the higher is your behavioral and test taking quotient. A Perfect Attempt also means you know the concept well.
- Overtime Attempts: Overtime Attempts happen when you spend more time on a question than the ideal time assigned to it. Overtime Correct Attempts cause loss of time. Overtime Incorrect Attempts cause loss of both time and marks. The more the number of your Overtime Attempts, the more time you have lost which could have been used to attempt other answers. An Overtime Attempt also say that you are not well-versed with the concept.
- Non-Attempt Time: As the term suggests, it means the time you wasted without attempting any question. This happens usually when the student doesn’t have the stamina to sit for three continuous hours of the exam and becomes exhausted. Higher Non-Attempt Time can also mean your basics are weak and you do not know the concepts well.
- First Look Time: This is the time you take to go through the entire question paper once, but not necessarily answer all the questions. Ideally, the First Look Time should be 100 minutes, so that you can use the rest of the time to attempt other questions.
- First Look Accuracy: This is the level of accuracy in your attempts during the First Look Time. Ideally, the First Look Accuracy should be more than 90%.
- Stamina: Stamina refers to your ability to sustain prolonged physical and mental efforts. In order to give your best shot in the exam, you need to sit for three hours with losing your concentration or getting exhausted.
If you subscribe to RANKUP, it will not only help you identify these deficiencies but also teach you how to convert your Wasted Attempts and Overtime Attempts into Perfect Attempts, reduces your Non-Attempt Time, improves your First Look Time and Accuracy, and builds your Stamina.
It also tells you how far you are from the cut-off of the respective exam as well as from your dream college, and gives suggestions on how to improve.
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