The Best Way to Prepare for ANTHE
ANTHE – Aakash National Talent Hunt Exam is an annual scholarship program organised by Aakash Institute. This scholarship exam aims at enabling the intellectual minds to achieve what they deserve. Aakash Institute annually conducts this talent hunt exam for those studying in class 8th, 9th and 10th. The examination is held at various centres of Aakash and qualifying students have the opportunity to avail free coaching and also win cash awards. In the last 5 years, many students have reaped benefits through this scholarship program and have successfully cleared various entrance exams.
So, if you are applying for a scholarship for class 10 passed students, first let us make you aware of the important examination dates and then tell you how to go about with the preparation.
|Eligibility for ANTHE||Class 8th, 9th and 10th studying students|
|Fee||INR 300 (Including GST)|
|ANTHE Exam Date||October 28th, 2018 (Sunday)|
|ANTHE Exam Timing||Offline Mode: 10:30 A.M to 12:30 P.M
CBT: 10:30 AM TO 12:30 PM
02:30 AM to 04:30 PM
|Declaration of Result||November 5th, 2018 (Monday) – Class 10th
November 10th, 2018 (Saturday) – Class 8th & 9th
Keep these important dates in mind and start preparing for ANTHE by following the strategy given below.
Know the Syllabus Well
The official page of ANTHE (www.aakash.ac.in/anthe) has all the information about the syllabus for all the three classes. Go through the syllabus well and start preparing for the scholarship exam subject-wise. Be sure of covering all the topics mentioned in the syllabus to brighten your chances of clearing the scholarship exam. Remember, only the first 50 rank holders will be offered up to 100% scholarship. So, you must be fully prepared to ace it.
Solve Previous Years ANTHE Papers
The pattern of the examination is more or less the same every year. So, be sure to accumulate all the previous year’s papers to know the pattern well. This will also help you understand the complexity of the questions and the manner in which they are framed. Also, solving previous years’ papers will give you a fair idea of how much time you are taking to answer each question. This will also let you analyze whether you will be able to attempt all the questions within the given time period or not.
There is no point of studying a subject if you are not revising it. Revision sharpens your memory and increases the recall power. So as a strategy, at the end of the day revise everything that you have covered in the entire day. Also, plan your preparation in a manner that a week before the examination you only have to revise and not start anything new. The syllabus for ANTHE is not as vast as NEET and JEE, so with proper planning, you will easily be able to cover all the subjects well in time.
Learn Time Management
All of the above tips will fail if you don’t manage your time well. ANTHE is a time-bound exam, and you must know the exact time that you need to dedicate to each question. So, when you are solving the previous year’s papers keep a stopwatch with you to identify if you are finishing the paper in time. At first you might not be able to attempt all the questions within the time limit (2 hours), but with time and strategy, nothing is hard to accomplish.
Keep the tips mentioned above in mind, and we are sure you will undoubtedly ace the scholarship for class 10 passed students. Acing ANTHE is a great way to prepare for NEET and JEE without worrying about the finances. ANTHE is a golden opportunity to reach a step closer to your medical or engineering dream. So, do the best you can to score top marks. All the best!