How to get started with the FE Sem-II Subjects
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Blog on January 17, 2020
How to get started with the FE Sem-II Subjects.
Till you get used to your Semester pattern exams, finish your first Semester exam and relax a bit, comes in your Second semester. So how are you to face Semester-II with ease? Relax. The key to a successful Engineering career is to stop stressing over. Start now.
Maths can be your favorite subject or not. But, it’s going to be around for two more semesters. So, make it your friend. Find a mentor. The journey with Maths can be made fun only with a great professor (I did that too!). This could be your College professor, a senior or your coaching class faculty. He/She will help you to cope with the subject. Learn from basic topics and keep practicing. Take time to solve at least 5 questions daily. Solve and repeat. Make sure that you solve past year’s questions. Ask faculty even the basic doubts. Connect with your Coaching class faculty on regular basis. This way your concepts will get stronger and will prepare you for competitive exams in future.
If Geometry was your favorite subject, Graphics can be too! To start with, one must always be regular in class, get used to one’s Instrument Box and a Mechanical Pencil with an H-lead. If you have joined a Coaching Class, make sure that your concepts are thoroughly revised while faculty is explaining a question. Ask detailed doubts. Practice questions given by the faculty, regularly. Imagination is key to scoring well in Engineering Graphics. Also name the figures properly, because otherwise, you may lose track. Isometry and Orthography needs a lot of practice completely based on your imagination skills. Engineering Graphics requires clean, bold, neat drawing and lots and lots of practice. Scale, curves are easy. Projection of points, planes, lines needs perfection and practice.
To start with, learn to enjoy this subject. Spend time. As a beginner, you should know the basic concepts. Start from Introduction and History of C. Next, learn about Data Types, Tokens, and Operators. After that, prepare Compilers and execution process. Then start about main function (main () ) functions, library functions, header files, preprocessors. Next, you can go for Arrays, Pointer, Union and Structure. C-Programming is a crucial subject as it helps you build the foundation for all sorts of programming languages or coding platforms.
The first step is to get started. Do it now!
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