The Joint Entrance Examinations (JEE), previously known as the IIT-JEE, is a test conducted for the admission to engineering programs in India. It comprises of multiple-choice questions that test the applicant’s proficiency in various engineering-related fields. The race to become an IITian has never been easy. With changing time, the pattern of the test keeps changing but fundamentally remains the same. Here, in the article, we provide a few tips that will increase your chances of cracking JEE Mains exam.
- Know the Structure of the Exam
The JEE Main question paper consists of 90 multiple choice questions and lasts for about three hours. The exam consists of three sections: Maths, Physics and Chemistry each consisting of 30 questions each. For each correctly answered question, four points are awarded. For every incorrect answer, one point is deducted. No marks are awarded for unanswered questions
- Don’t Neglect The NCERT Textbooks!
The JEE Mains follow the syllabus followed in the NCERT textbooks. A few questions that come in the exam are directly picked from the textbook. So do not forget to refer the textbooks.
- Take Official Mock Tests
The most useful way to prepare for the JEE is simply to take the test itself. The mock test available on the official website mirrors the actual JEE in terms of format, structure and content. It can be accessed wholly through the computer and no physical testing supplies are required. Taking mock tests helps find strength and weakness in advance to the exam.
- Solve Previous Year Question Papers
It is highly beneficial to look at previous year JEE Mains Questions Papers to get accustomed to the pattern of the exam. For every question correctly solved, one feels a sense of accomplishment and boosts the confidence further. It also helps you identify the areas that need improvement.
Don’t forget to take breaks while studying to unwind yourself. Make sure to strike that perfect balance between studies and free time. Read success stories of previous candidates of JEE Mains to keep you motivated. And, lastly, believe in yourself! All the Best!