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Published On: Wed, Mar 30th, 2016

How to Ensure That You Do Well In JEE

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As everyone knows, JEE is the most important entrance exam for the 12th standard examination. Students, who want to get admission in most prestigious institutions like IITs, appear for this exam and try to get a high score so that they get admission in their dream institutions. However, it is not so easy to have a high score in JEE be it mains or Advanced. It is a tough examination as they need only the most talented, brilliant students in those institutions. For scoring high marks in this examination, only being brilliant is not enough. This exam is a stepping stone towards the dream of many so it tastes your endurance, in-depth knowledge and application of the knowledge in the examination. If you are serious enough about your dream and are ready to work hard for it, then there are ways in which you can prepare for the JEE Mains and get a high score which will get you into the college of your choice.

While preparing for the JEE Mains, you have to remember that the qualifying exam that is the 12th standard examination is also equally important as the combined score of JEE and qualifying exam to decide your admission in the desired college. Therefore, it is important that you should not neglect the studies for your qualifying exams when you are studying for JEE. To make sure that you are giving equal importance to studies for both the exams, you have to have a study plan with a detailed timetable so that you are able to divide your time equally. Neglecting any of them will be dangerous for your career. You can use the following tips to ensure that you are ahead in your studies and practice so that you will get a good score on the exam.

Tips for Preparation for JEE Mains

  • Complete Knowledge of syllabus

Knowing the syllabus for the exam is very important because if you are not aware of the syllabus, it is possible that an important topic is left out while studying. Covering the syllabus is important as you need to understand the subjects very well. This is necessary so that you can solve the questions in the stipulated time in the exam. As there is negative marking for every wrong answer, you have to be well prepared.

  • Managing your time

Management of your time is most important aspect of the preparation. As you will be preparing for two exams, you have to allot time slots to both studies so that no subject is neglected. You also have to allow time for your health and fitness because if you are not healthy, you won’t be able to perform well in the exams.

  • Study material and reference books

You have to study from the NCERT books which are prescribed by the Board and you can use some reference books for a further understanding of the subject. However it is important that you use only a few reference books as too many books may confuse you. Better practice will be to use one reference book for understanding the subject and another book for practicing the concepts which you learned.

  • Proper revision

It is important that you should be able to cover the complete syllabus in the month of December because after that you will have to focus on your qualifying exam. You will get only two weeks for revision after the 12th standard exam. So you have to have some revisions of each subject before this time period.

  • Self-study

You have to develop the habit of self-study even if you have joined coaching classes. Take notes of important topics and concepts while you are studying. These notes will be very helpful when you won’t have time to go through all the books of all subjects in last 15 days before the exam.

  • Time for relaxation

Although it is true that you have to be focused and dedicated towards your studies, but that does not mean that you should be scooped up in your study room all the time. You need to take the time to relax and refresh yourself. Develop a hobby which will help you relax and relieve your tension. This way you can take a break and return to your studies fresh and focused.

Author: Rohit Takhtani

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