Ceed 2019 Books

There are some prescribed books available on the net. In addition, there are blogs written by students who have been successful in obtaining admissions to the M.Des courses. But the general consensus is that books as such are not very helpful in the preparation for CEED exam. Candidates must hone their sketching skills and must be design-inclined as well as passionate about it.

Timetable

Every entrance exam requires a minimum amount of preparation time. Candidates need to prepare a timetable for CEED 2019 preparation too. Sketching, practising your designing skills, solving papers and such activities should be part of the timetable. A minimum of 2 to 3 hours should be devoted to the CEED 2019 exam preparation.

Practice with CEED 2019 Sample Papers:

Unlike other entrance exams, CEED is a hands-on exam which requires a lot of practice and observation. In order to gauge the questions that may be asked in the exam, candidates must practice with the CEED 2019 Sample Papers and question papers from the previous years.

Candidates will know the type of questions asked and can practice on those lines. They can also understand the topics that need to be covered from the previous year papers and sample papers.

 

CEED 2020 Applicants Can Refer the Following Books for Drawing:

Name of the Book Author
Design Drawing Francis DK Ching
Rendering in Pen & Ink Robert Gill
Perspective Drawing Handbook Joseph D’Amelio
Art perception David Cycleback
Cracking CEED Ashok Goel Arjum Kamal
CEED (M. Des) Test Series TRENDZ ACADEMY

 

CEED + NID AFAINDIA
Seed for CEED Patil Bhushan
CEED 2020 Exam Preparation – Advance Course Study Material ICR Education

CEED 2020 Preparation Guidelines:

  • Go through the Previous year papers to get an idea of the type of questions asked in the CEED exam.
  • Learn some free-hand sketching as candidates will not be allowed to use any instruments during the CEED exam.
  •  Visualization is an important aspect that a candidate has to be best in. By improving visual skills, one can easily get a mental picture of the art that needs to be drawn and put it down on paper.
  • Use 2 grades of a pencil, for rough work, light drawings, etc, use H-grade for rough work, and B-grade for rapid work and shading. A wooden pencil works best, but sometimes a 0.7 mm pencil is best if kept in reserve. Also, use a non-dust eraser.