Tips to Prepare JEE Advanced Exam: The Joint entrance exam (JEE) to be conducted by Indian Institute of Technology slated to be held in July 2018. The right strategy should be allocate equal time for all the three subjects (say one hour each) in JEE start with the subject in which you are really good at and then proceed to the subjects in which you are less confident.
If the candidates feel that they have done good enough in their weak subject (in around 40 minutes) to clear the subject cut-off, then they would switch back and spend rest of the time (remaining 20 minutes) in a strong subject so that the overall score can be improved. If the candidates are attempting a particular subject starting from the first question of that subject, they will encounter questions of various types.
Tips to Prepare JEE Advanced Exam, Some Cracking Tips
Following are the points, which will help the candidates for cracking the joint entrance exam (advanced) In a systematic manner:
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- Prepare without losing tempo: While the students are preparing for two distinct exams, the good thing is that the syllabus and the paper setting authorities are common. The JEE Main exam paper as well as the CBSE Board paper are set by the CBSE. Sometimes considering the proximity of the Boards, students tend to exclusively focus on the board type questions and start losing touch with the IIT JEE type questions. However, one must understand that if one is preparing for IIT JEE, one is automatically preparing for the Boards. The focus should be on understanding the concepts rather than mugging them up.
- Confidence level: The candidate has must be a good confident level. Don’t be nervous during the examination. One has to be very regular in studies while preparing for JEE. This will give a boost to your confidence level.
- Concept building : It is very important for JEE preparation that whatever concepts the candidates study should be strong, otherwise they will face problems while solving questions as all the questions asked in JEE are application based.
- Negative marking: If there is no negative marking, the candidates can take an educated guess and mark the answer. Concerns have been raised over the relatively poor performance in the Mathematics section of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) – Advanced paper.
- Lengthy question: If the question can be solved, but the solution is very lengthy – the candidates can note the problem number on a rough sheet under the category ‘lengthy’. Come back to these problems later on, if there is some time left.
- During mock paper: While attempting mock papers try and pace yourself, so that on the day of the exam you have an estimation of how much time will you take for each section
- Practice makes man perfect: Practice from question banks. Take a good question bank which has solutions as well, so you can check your mistakes. Also, practice with the past years’ IIT JEE papers, this would give you an idea about the upcoming JEE Advanced.
- Firstly you remind it: When you get the exam paper on the day of JEE Advanced, do not start attempting it blindly. Read the entire question paper carefully and identify your strong and weak points. Then begin with the easier questions which carry more marks and move on to the more difficult questions.