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Benefits of Solving Past Papers

1. Increased confidence

Practicing previous year question papers can also increase your confidence in attempting competitive exams. Since most competitive exams have a somewhat fixed question pattern, becoming familiar with it can actually help boost your confidence and prepare you for the real examination.

For example, attempting the Quantitative Reasoning questions in the GMAT exam requires significant practice. Many of these questions can be quite perplexing to candidates if they have not attempted similar questions before. For example, if you sit for the GMAT exam with only theoretical knowledge and no idea about the question pattern, you might find yourself in a difficult situation.

2. Making a check-list of questions repeatedly asked previous question papers

– In addition, observing the general trend in which questions are being asked.

– You can get an idea easily about the chance of getting a question repeated by listing down the questions asked multiple times for the upcoming test.

– There is no full-proof way to predict if a question will be asked in the same manner as asked in the previous one but mostly, the same topics get repeated year after year because of the emphasis put on those sections of a chapter.

– However, it is sufficient enough to practice, revise, and get an insight through solving these question papers before attempting an exam. It can guarantee a decent level of assurance about scores one is going to achieve in a test.

3. Get to know about your drawbacks

Learn from your mistakes and try again. Once you have completed solving the previous year's question paper, you can use the marking system to grade your performance and analyze the results.

These are practice papers that will help you prepare for the D-DAY. This allows you to identify which aspects of the subject must be revised. This will enable you to stay on top of your corrections and adjust your schedule.

Be satisfied with the result after finishing previous papers. Try harder every day, and one day you will definitely succeed.