# How to prepare admission test (A short guide)

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Review all the topics which you have learnt in MSc or BS in the following subjects:

- Real Analysis
- Linear Algebra
- Abstract Algebra
- Multi Variable Calculus
- Complex Analysis (Optional)

Read the definitions carefully and do the elementary exercises related to the definitions.

Don't learn new topics, just review the course which you have learn in your previous classes.

It is better to understand important theorems but don't learn their proofs by heart. Just do the applications and do the related exercises.

Utilize full time of the test and try to attempt all the questions.

You should be relax and take a good sleep at night before test so that your mind work properly.

**Recommended Books:**

- Mathematical Analysis by Walter Rudin
- Real Analysis by R A Bartle
- Contemporary Abstract Algebra by Joseph A Gallian
- Schaum's Outline of Linear Algebra
- Schaum's Outline of Advanced Calculus

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