To open the door, the most important things are:
You must believe in yourself!
You must have a deep interest in engineering!
You must have a burning desire to do it!
Must comprise Hardwork> Luck (or IQ).
Testing the ability of Engineering Graduates (GATE) is considered one of the most competitive exams after UPSC and JEE in India. It is used as a merit for admission to masters programs in various IITs and NITs. Since there are no individual documents for each discipline, competition is lower than the JEE, but it is still intense as some food sources (and other companies) recruit on the basis of GATE scores.
Contrary to popular opinion, GATE is a simple test. I see a lot of enthusiasm created by the management center people and alumni who previously Echelle demotivate many students every year. It is a sad thing when you know that criticism is really for proof.
The GATE tests are you just a good engineer?
If your answer is yes, there is no need to fear. Otherwise, be prepared to deal with this entire year put crazy effort to learn the basics of all core courses. For example, for EA include: power grids, electrical machines, control systems, analog and digital circuits, power systems, microprocessors and microcontrollers, power electronics, engineering mathematics, instruments and electromagnetism measurement. The entire basic and detailed curriculum is available on the official GATE reference site.
Is not easy. And the GATE exam is not a joke. But I would say that you can enjoy the process, if you focus on the right path: aim to be a good engineer, and everyone will recover! People just go so GATE (or similar tests) and lose attention, in building engineering capabilities in the process. Obviously, the result shocking. If you want a good career in engineering, you should be able to go through many obstacles in the future and GATE is a small milestone in this journey, my friend.
Anyway, some of the things that should guide in the preparations are:
Of course, all the learning and preparation for the 4 years of engineering college studies weigh heavily to get the right foundation! So, you may already have begun preparations for your college, even if you have not understood.
Students generally prefer high scoring in each half and above all leaves poor roots in each course. For 2nd / 3rd year students, no additional preparation is required. You just have to learn something beyond “passing your exams” or “marking good marks.” If basic are in place, it is much easier to perform well in GATE.
If you are still in college, be sure to attend all courses in the first 2 weeks of the semester. Because from the beginning, most teachers explain the fundamentals and applications of the course offered.
If the basis is weak, every day spending an hour or two in the morning understanding the “concepts” or “how things really work” in any subject would be of great use.
Be curious at the same time! There are many things that do not teach you in college, but you should know by interest. For example, the number of electrical engineers What do not know how a fluorescent lamp (fluorescent lamp) converts energy stored electron illumination? How many mechanical engineers do they know the correct size of a key that is used to change a punctured tire with a spare key? How many electronic engineers open their own cell phones?
How many software engineers open their own software, and who are improving RAM?