A lot of you have asked me a question: how did I qualify as an ascendant? I'm going to make a separate DVD set to share my secrets and strategies that I developed over time for the CS end. It will be available by December. For now, I will briefly talk about what I did to create and crack the season. During my first attempt, I sat for the exam to understand how it operated and to analyze it in my environment. The second time, I successfully cracked it. Here are the strategies I used: 1. Understand the subject well: To be successful in any field, it is important to have a deep understanding of it. In my case, I needed to understand the CS and IT exam very well. I dissected the syllabus and focused on the important sections. 2. Analyze previous question papers: I analyzed question papers from the last five years to determine which topics were most frequently asked. I categorized them into green (frequently asked), yellow (less frequently asked), and red (rarely asked) topics. I then focused on learning and preparing for the green topics. 3. Recall concepts: I realized that people often forget simple concepts. To overcome this, I made sure to recall and review the concepts multiple times to keep them permanently in my mind. By following these strategies, I was able to crack the exam and achieve success.