Study tips: 3 Untapped Techniques to Score More in Exams

Are you tired of searching study tips out there in Google? or are you searching for unique ways to improve your exam results?

Well, when you step out to find final exam study tips, the only thing that you will get at the end is “disappointment”.

Study tips: 3 Untapped Techniques to score more in Exams

Because, how many of you would like to hear the same tips in a different form?

Ultimately, Nobody.

When it comes to effective study tips, the very most expected thing is, how to score well with the latest and untapped techniques.

Well, Here’s the deal:

You’ve landed on the right page where I’m going to show you 3 untapped techniques to score well that I’ve found through my research.

These study tips can also help visual learners to score more.

What kind of exam I’m talking about?

We’re about to see,

  • Board exams (for middle schools and high schools)
  • University exams (Colleges)
  • Competitive exams (GRE, GATE, UPSC, etc.)

It is usual that every schools and college have common exams at the end of the academic year.

In schools, it’s called a board exam and is usually conducted at the end of the academic year. In colleges, the exams are conducted twice a year, dividing a year into two semesters.

Regarding the competitive exams, there are conducted based on the schedule prepared by the respective board. Usually, these exams aren’t consecutive and are based on the board’s decision.

How Skyrocket Technique helps you score high marks in your exam

Let me break this mystery today:

Before that, let us see what is Skyrocket Technique is.

Skyrocket Technique is the textbook most uncommon technique used to score high marks in the board, university, and competitive exams based on the evidence-based framework.

In simple:

It is the greatest yet untapped method to effortlessly score well in any exam.

Get ready for the next 10-minutes ride:

1. Give preference to “Highlights”; 79% of Questions are based on Highlights [Proven]

The most common mistake students usually do while reading their textbook is, failing to read “Highlights”.


Well, let me explain clearly:

Highlights are the short form of each unit. This can be usually seen at the end of every chapter or unit in your textbook.

This Highlight page covers the entire unit in short form.

In other words:

Those who feel bored to read the entire unit can read the “Highlights” and can get an idea before they go deeper into the unit.


Do you know the fact?

Highlight covers only the important portions/parts of the unit. It neglects the unimportant things.

Also, Question-makers usually prefer Highlights to set questions. In fact, this is the most unknown thing for all.

Here’s the deal:

Instead of digging the entire unit, walk your mind through “Highlights”. This will help you score a lot than your way of preparation.

As you can see, 5 out of 7 questions asked in this university exam question paper are from Highlights of the textbook “Mechanics of Fluids, by R.K Bansal“.


Yes, mere reading Highlights will surely help you attend all the short-answer-questions.

Adding “Highlights” in your preparation will skyrocket your score for sure.

2. Exam Syllabus/Curriculum: Questions are 39% most likely from the syllabus [Study Tip]

What do you think about the syllabus/curriculum?

Yes, you’d probably say, Syllabus is the most vital part of the portion of your academic course.

But do you know one thing?

Most question-takers see the “syllabus” as 39% of their question’s source.

Can’t get me?

Well, most of the question-takers take questions directly from the syllabus.

We all know, syllabus gives only the title and it is the textbook that brings us deeper.

But do you know? If you’re well aware of what is in your syllabus, you’d probably be able to outshine.

So, what should you do now?

Take your syllabus and make sure you’re aware of all the titles given there. If not, start your preparation now.

Neglecting a syllabus is like standing in warfare without Armour.

Head over now and collect them all as soon as possible.

3. Repeated and Unasked Questions: Keep your eyes on them to catch things

The so-called twisted-question papers aren’t twisted indeed.

In other words:

They are unasked questions

When it comes to board or university exams, people often use to give importance to repeatedly-asked questions.

This is a wrong way of preparation.

It is good to read the frequently asked questions, but in the meantime, give weight to unasked questions.

About 10-20 percent of questions are unasked questions in the most examination.

These questions are often named twisted questions. In reality, they aren’t.

So, when you prepare for your exam, please make sure to give equal importance to unasked questions.

As you see in the above question paper, the most unexpected question is “Define Continuum”. In fact, this is one of the unasked/never-asked questions.

So students would have probably struggled. All the more, if the very first question is unanswerable, it will frustrate your entire exam even if you can answer all other questions.

Think as wise:

A bonus tip: Be good at infrequently asking, asked, and unasked questions, so if question paper seems tougher, you’d probably score first/highest mark.

Additional Study Tips to Outshine in your competitive exam

So, when it comes to competitive exams like TNPSC, GATE, UPSC, SSC, RRB, etc., you must follow the following instruction.

Read the entire part of the book: 

  • Competitive exams are usually chosen the best with 4 or 5 options. So it can be attended only when you’re well in your textbook.
  • For this reason, read your entire textbook. Go line-by-line so nothing shall be a big thing for you.
  • Usually, Question-takers go line-by-line to set questions so they can easily filter unprepared candidates within the preliminary exam.

Don’t be stubborn in old tactics: 

  • As I can say, people usually prepare using old tactics taught to them by many institutions.
  • They’re usually blueprint of questions, and they are like from which part of the textbook more number of questions are taken.
  • To break this law, many boards adopt the modern way of setting questions. So it is wiser to read your textbook line-by-line as per the given syllabus.
  • Do not rely on old tactics that will no longer work for you.

Competitive exam-based books: Good or Bad?

  • To me, they’re neither good nor bad.
  • It is good until you put your entire trust in the textbook and not in this book.
  • It is bad if you depend only on these books.
  • You can spice up your preparation with competitive exam-based books, but you cannot make food with just spices.
  • Hope you can get me. Reading the textbook is the most promising way to outperform.

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