- Understanding Exam Pattern: By going through previous question papers, students can understand the pattern and structure of the exam. They can identify which topics are emphasized, the weightage of different sections, and how questions are framed.
Practice: Solving past papers is an excellent way for students to practice and refine their problem-solving skills. It helps in time management and in understanding the level of difficulty of questions.
Self-Assessment: After attempting previous question papers, students can self-assess their performance. This allows them to identify their strengths and weaknesses, providing a clear picture of areas that need improvement.
Revision: As part of the revision process, students can use past papers to test their knowledge and reinforce what they’ve learned.