GATE 2017 Topper Interview Rohit Sachdeva AIR 93 (CE)
Constant practice through mock test is really necessary !!
Almost every GATE aspirant cherishes a top rank in the exam because it can open doors to the IITs and IISc. That being said, not everybody reaches the pinnacle because the competition is tough and one needs to plan in advance and study hard to succeed.
Rohit Sachdeva, who secured AIR 93 in Civil Engineering, goes a step further and says that candidates need to take as many mock tests they can to maximize their chances of success in the exam. A resident of Delhi, Rohit completed his graduation in 2012, and was working in the private as well as government sector in various capacities for the last five years. His GATE rank has now finally given him the chance to pursue his dream of becoming a teacher. Rohit plans to study M.Tech in IISc Bangalore, and later do research. He also shared how he managed to juggle between his job and GATE 2017 preparation.
Some details about Rohit Sachdeva :
- He did his b.tech on civil engineering from dtu.
- Worked for 2 years in Samsung Engineering India as a Structural Design Engineer.
- currently working in Bureau of Indian Standards as a Scientist since last 3 years..
- Appeared for gate 2017 in civil engineering and bagged AIR 93.
- After completing his graduation 5 years ago , he still had the passion for teaching work and become more effective as he thinks there are lot of skilled teachers.
- Started Preparation for gate on September 2016 and worked simultaneously for his company without taking any leave
- Did self studying this time , only took help of the notes he prepared when he was a student.
- STICK TO THE BASICS – This will help you build your own concepts, own techniques and tackle new type of questions in the exam. You will also no longer feel the urge to memorize formulas.
- The toughest aspect was revisiting the subjects that I have not studied for 5 years. It took me some time to absorb the essence of the subjects once again
Submitted by Rohit Sachadeva
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