Here are important tips to how to clear JEE mains exam for engineering 2020
Leave all the tensions and excitements of JEE Mains result behind. Sprucing up self-belief will help you to bolster your position in this critical period. Remind yourself of the things you do well and ensure that your positivity accompanies you till 5 pm on May 21, 2020.
Start replicating the exact time table you will follow on the day of JEE-Advanced i.e. May 21, 2020. Start waking up at exactly the same time, and work towards a routine to ensure your body and mind gets tuned in to this pattern.
Revision is one of the most effective ways of learning. Revise as much as you can. Focus on all the concepts you have learned in the past two years and mastered these days. Questions in JEE-Advanced are more application-based; so practice a lot of application-based and conceptual questions, possibly from mixed topics.
Several years of experience with students have proved that one of the best value added activity for JEE preparation is to give previous JEE-Advanced papers exactly between 9 am to 12 noon and 2 pm to 5 pm in the days leading up to it. Even solving the last five years’ papers will prove to be a great tune-up!
At this stage, it is best to consolidate your position by working on your strengths rather than trying to muster up the courage to take on your weak areas. At best you can think of mastering your weak areas in stuff like calculation errors and nothing more!
Do not harbour a wrong assumption that you do not need to sharpen the areas that you have inherent strengths in.
Stay away from those chapters you have not done at all in the past at this stage. Do not fall to the temptation of solving some test series which are notorious for being WAY ABOVE the JEE-Advanced level. It can prove to be catastrophic.
Have similar/same food that you plan to eat during lunch on the D-day.
Go to sleep for at least 7 hours but do not exceed 8 hours of sleep each day.
Stay relaxed, yet focused. Temperament plays a vital role in success in IIT-JEE. Nervousness can decrease performance to such an extent that a student who expects and has the potential to get a top rank in JEE, fails to even qualify.
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Be mentally prepared for any exam center as you may not necessarily get the centre of your choice. The first paper is at 9 am and normally, every JEE-Advanced center insists on “checking in” the center at least an hour earlier or even before. Please check this out directly with the center, leaving no room for conjecture. Make allowances for the commuting time, mode of transport and work out the details to the last tee!
It’s summer. To keep yourself cool against the scorching heat, wear comfortable cotton clothes.
Do not get perturbed by small irritations in the exam hall like a wobbly fan over your head, or a creaking desk. Carry your own weather to the exam hall! Tune in your mind and body to this thought in the intervening period.
You can only expect the unexpected in the JEE-Advanced. Read the instructions well because no JEE- Advanced is a stereotype exam like say your class 10 and 12 board exams which are always very straight jacketed.
Always start with your favorite subject and keep the weakest subject for the end. Usually, students prefer to start with Chemistry (Do this only if you are good in chemistry, otherwise not) and finish it off within 40 minutes. Then, go for Physics and finish it off within 60 minutes. Devote the remaining time i.e. 80 minutes for Maths.
Avoid common mistakes. For example, while attempting one question, don’t think of any other question. This negatively impacts your speed while solving a certain question. Also, understand the question very clearly. Don’t rush into solving it. Negative marking can severely impact your rank.
Taking a totally uncalculated risk in guessing an answer can prove to be disastrous. Instead, go in for a deterministic rather than probabilistic approach.
Ensure that you carry a good quality HB pencil and bubble all correct options correctly. You may either fill up the bubbles while solving questions one by one or start bubbling once you have solved all questions, minimum 30 minutes before the exam end time.
Avoid eating rice or food items prepared from rice during the break. Students usually feel tired and sleepy in the second session (2 pm-5 pm).
Lastly, do not discuss the questions in the first paper with anyone in the one-hour lunch break. If someone insists on discussing, ask him/her to telephone you after 10 pm on May 21.
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