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How To Manage Your TISS CUET-PG Preparation with Working: A 5-Step Guide.

CUET PG 2024

For many people, the thought of preparing for a competitive exam like TISS CUET, while maintaining a full-time job can be daunting. A high level of preparation and prioritization is necessary to manage both full-time work and your preparation at the same time. 

There is a sizable population of students that are juggling a job while studying for the TISS CUET exam, even though some would prefer not to work while advancing for an exam they have to prepare for. 

Several factors are at play, but generally, money is essential. Having control over your finances as a student gives you the confidence to study while working. The professional credentials you can earn over time will also offer you a strong head start in advancing your career.

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Here are 5 steps for balancing work and your TISS CUET preparation, to make it easier for you to manage.

1. Develop a Strategic Plan

Get all your study material before starting your TISS CUET preparation and you must know what you will be preparing for in the future, make a note of the upcoming exam and schedule your mock tests and mark them on your calendar. Likewise, be sure to note in your schedule any business meetings or professional deadlines you may be aware of.

Also, update your employer about how you are preparing for the TISS CUET examination. Assure your co-workers that you are capable of managing your work schedules with your studies. Also, it demonstrates to them that you are genuinely interested in working for them.

If you can, forgo holidays and vacations to demonstrate that you are committed to your work. It will be simple to work out a more study-friendly schedule with them if you demonstrate your commitment.

2. Make Use of Your Spare Time

It may seem as though you have no free time at all if you are working and studying at the same time. Yet, it's crucial that you make the most of the free time you do have because doing so will make it easier for you to efficiently combine your TISS CUET syllabus and your job. If you commute, you could, for instance, go through the current affairs on the way to work. Moreover, spend a few minutes studying during your break or lunch. 

Also, do not forget to take Care of Yourself. You'll inevitably become stressed occasionally if you have a demanding work and studies schedule. Thus, you ought to be able to manage your stress constructively. 

Physical activity is a powerful STRESS reliever, so work out at the gym or take a stroll a few times per week. You can go to the salon, have a massage, write in a journal, or listen to music. To relieve stress, try to spend at least 30 minutes of your free time in a day.

3. Don't go overboard

Be honest with yourself about how much time you need to spend working and learning. Concentrate on your studies, if you believe you can only take only one thing at a time while juggling your responsibilities then choose to prioritize your TISS CUET preparation. Remember, why you chose to do it, it will keep you motivated. 

Decide exactly how many hours you will be able to devote to TISS CUET preparation in a day if you work a full-time job. People often try to take on too much whether it comes to work or studies. In any business, working a full-time job can present problems and expectations. The strain will only rise if you add studying to an already hectic schedule. 

Remember that you are limited by your abilities.

You must also make sure that you get just enough sleep. Moreover, you must take breaks when studying, particularly if you are feeling exhausted. In any case, putting in excessive work or studying can hurt your results. 

In addition to this, an aspirant has to take care of the diet as well. An exhausting workday demands stamina and concentration. Take good care of your body, and you'll take good care of yourself.

4. Benefit from technology

It is crucial to take notes while studying for the TISS CUET exam. Attempting to take down every word will only cause you to fall behind and lose out on crucial information. 

Establish your system for shortening words and phrases to help you stay on top of your preparation. Use modern technology by using the online resources for a study that are available. You can even give mock tests on our website. The link has been attached below

These mock tests will help you in evaluating your strengths and weaknesses, so accordingly, you can work on them. It will also give you a fair bit of an idea of time and give you a feeling of the real TISS CUET exam which is important to have before entering the exam hall for it. 

5. Choose a comfort zone

Everyone has their ideas about the best time and place to study. Choose a place to study that is convenient for you.  Be sure to adhere to it. As essential as how you choose to learn is where you choose to study. Distractions should be eliminated, such as turning off your phone. Before beginning, have everything you'll need, so you won't have to stop to hunt for a pen.

We hope that after going through the article you can manage your TISS CUET preparation with your work.

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