The JEE Main will be conducted on January 9, 10, 11 and 12, 2019. Check out some last-minute tips and tricks to excel in the exam.
JEE is the first step towards admission into the prestigious BE/BTech programmes offered by 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 23 IIITs, 23 CFTIs and various other institutes.
The highlight of JEE 2019 Main examination is that it will allow candidates to appear twice for the entrance exam within a single academic year. This is also the first time that it will be conducted online.
As per the framework set by the NTA, the better of the two scores acquired by aspirants will be used for the purpose of ranking.
All through the year, an aspirant prepares ardently for JEE, a process that can be divided across four stages:
1) Attending lectures
2) Building conceptual understanding of topics
3) Practising questions around the topic and
4) Completing mock tests and their analysis.
This comprehensive preparation throughout the year builds a strong foundation for students. With less than a month left for JEE Main, the students might be worried about how to approach the last few days for preparation. It is advisable that a student doesn’t start any new topic in the last 30 days before the exam.
The focus in the last one month should be on revising and brushing up whatever the student has already studied during the year. We recommend that students utilise the remaining time in smart revision that fortifies the foundation already built.
In the last 30 days before JEE, it is worthwhile that we follow these four steps to revise the course:
1) Preparing short notes
2) Converting the short notes into mind maps and
3) Practising 10 questions per topic.
The above approach will help students conduct a comprehensive revision of the entire syllabus and feel exam ready.