In India, it is the dream of every engineering aspirant to attain a seat in IIT. To make this dream come true, a student has to attend the Joint Entrance Examination. It is conducted by the National Testing Agency. Every year, a huge number of candidates are appearing for this exam. So this is considered as one of the difficult exams. Through proper preparation, one can easily score high marks in this examination.
In 2021, the exam was conducted in four sessions. The exam is a computer based online test. Candidates preparing for the JEE Main need to work hard and be academically strong on the subjects so that they can clear the exam easily. Problem solving speed matters here. Regular practice will help students to enhance the speed of cracking the problems.
Important Tips For Preparation
Following are some tips for JEE preparation.
- Know the syllabus
- Learn NCERT text books thoroughly
- Practice mock tests
- Learn previous year question papers
- Time management
Know the Syllabus
Students should have a clear understanding about the syllabus. The NTA will publish the syllabus and exam related information on their official website. Students should go through the official website and get correct information regarding the same.
Students should have a thorough understanding of the NCERT books. So they are advised to learn NCERT books first. After completing NCERT books, students can move on to other books available in the market by authors like H.C Verma, S.L Loney, O.P Tandon etc.
Practice mock tests
Candidates are advised to practice the maximum number of mock tests and previous year question papers so that they will be familiar with the question pattern. Mock tests are available online. Students should attempt mock tests so that they can boost their confidence level. Mock tests will also help students to be familiar with the exam scenario. Students should analyze their performance after each exam and find weaker areas and give more concentration to them. This will also help students to be tension free during the real exam.
As far as any entrance test is concerned, time management is an important factor. Practising previous year questions will help students to improve their problem solving skills. Candidates should have a proper plan to prepare for the exam. Divide the remaining time wisely and learn for the exam. Revise and clear the doubts. Students are recommended to take the help of their teachers, coaching centre mentors, or friends to clear their doubts.
JEE Advanced 2021
Considering the pandemic situation, the JEE Advanced exam is postponed. It was scheduled to be held on July 3, 2021. The revised date for JEE Advanced 2021 will be announced by the exam conducting authority later. There are 2 papers in this exam. Each contains 3 sections. All sections have a distribution of questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Maths subjects. The duration of this exam is 3 hours. The questions are generally a combination of different concepts. So it might sometimes appear intimidating and complicated to students.
Students are recommended to visit the official website of the exam conducting authority regularly for the latest updates on the exam. Those who clear and rank among the top 2,50,000 students in JEE Main exam are eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced exam.