The most crucial time in every student’s life is when the 12th board exams are coming close as at that time students have to maintain the right balance between board exams and competitive exams. There are a huge amount of students aspiring to clear their JEE Mains but only those who follow the right guidelines and study hard enough clears this competitive exam. So here are a few guidelines which will provide an insight into your JEE preparations.
- Practice more and more Multiple choice questions: The best thing about entrance exams is that you have to solve multiple choice questions in the examination. There will be multiple choice given for choosing the right answer. In JEE advance, there may be a few questions with more than one correct answer.
- Focus equally on 12th board: The board exams usually held in the month of March and JEE mains occurs in April. It is best to finish your JEE preparations well before your board exams begin. You may get the time of a week or two after your board exams to revise your course for entrance. It is seen that those students who complete their entrance exam studies at least two weeks prior their board exams are more likely to clear both.
- Practice objective questions every day: The best way to prepare for your exam is by managing your studies according to the question paper. The best way is by solving at least 25 to 30 objective type questions for any two subjects in a day. This way you will be solving total 50 to 60 objective questions and all subjects will be covered together.
- Mock tests are important: Those students who score well on mock tests specialized for JEE mains are more likely to score well in main exams also. They are the best options for practicing and also helps in improving your speed of solving question paper.
- Manage time spent on solving each question: The most important thing to remember while preparing for your entrance exams is that there is very small time given for solving a very long paper. The best thing to do is to practice your paper solving speed with time management. As you are expected to solve 90 questions in 180 minutes, the average time to be given for each question is 2 minutes.
- Quality over Quantity: There is no specific time foundation for studying every day while preparing for JEE exam. It depends on you and your skills that how much you can grab in minimum time. Although, it is important to learn in better quality than in quantity.
- Learn from your mistakes: The more mistakes you make the more you will learn. The fact is that practice makes you perfect and while practicing you will fail many times. The main thing is to learn from your mistakes rather than taking them as a negative impact on your preparation.
- Self-analysis: There are many students who fall into overconfidence and gradually weakens their preparation. While studying for an exam, the more is less. It is never enough with what you have learned as there is always some more left to learn. The best way to avoid such situation is by doing self-analysis and preparing according to that. If you feel you lack in any subject than increase your time of learning for that subject.
The bells will start ringing as soon as the students will get their JEE main admit card.