<![CDATA[It is one day before the day and you haven't looked at previous year question papers yet. Shoot! You didn't even get them photocopied from the library. Didn't buy the 'kunji' as well. No clue what to do? The answer is kind of simple. Delhi University's website comes to the rescue! Keep in mind that DU has a history of repeating a particular type of questions every year. It follows a trend and more often than not, it asks similar questions. So getting an idea by going through past year questions really helps. After all why to study those topics which have less chances of appearing in your question paper, right? When you have one day to finish a semester worth of syllabus, it is the time to adopt the methods of 'smart study'. Want to know more such tips that can help you improve your score? Do read 5 Ways to Ace Delhi University Exams!
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