Life at an IIM
If you have given a mock initially i can suggest you but if not, you should give a free mock shared by shweta, as you are working you will not have time to go through all, but if you will give a mock test, you will realize what are weak and strength points and so, you should start preparing as if solving rcs is difficult read articles from aldaily.com, aeon or the guardian, while you have a free time. From a mock you can see which concepts of quant need a revision. And solve a DILR set everyday from YouTube. I have various material, you can contact me and I will share with you.
@singhsimrat810 how to contact you? For material..
@chitranshgupta123 you can send me your phone no. On my mail email@example.com
Just solve and analyse, make notes of mistakes and give ample of time to this and don't count how much is done because doing out of your capacity is useless rather gradually try to increase your capabilities
@singhsimrat810 Thank you, I will do that :)
VARC should be your daily routine. Keep reading from articles for one hour everyday.
Quants should usually be given double the time you give for Lrdi, cuz Quants puts the base for LRDI as well. So try giving time this way. You'll see the results when you give a mock
@Sreyavarshini K Thank you for your help:)
Thank you for your advice. Currently I'm also doing unacadamy classes. I was solving a couple RC questions and couple sets of DILR on alternate days. And rest of the time i spend on classes and quant. Will this approach work? Or do i solve 1RC and 1DILR set everyday?
Appreciate your help :)