6 Tips to Crack JEE Main 2020 by FIITJEE Expert
6 Tips to Crack JEE Main 2020 by FIITJEE Expert- National Testing Agency (NTA) will now be conducting JEE Main 2020 second session on September 1 to 6. The first leg of JEE Main 2020 that is January session was conducted from January 6 to 9 in computer-based test (CBT) mode. Candidates must be wondering how to crack JEE Main 2020, what strategy they need to adopt and so on. Despite two exam being coinciding, as per the official data over 9.65 lakh candidates have registered for the first attempt of JEE Main. With the released figure, it is clearly that majority of students are enthused and willing to take two attempts- one in January and other in April as the ‘better’ score out of the 2 tests will be considered for the final merit list. So, to help candidates in their preparation, Careers360 has complied tips to crack JEE Main 2020 by FIITJEE Expert. Srikant Kumar, Expert from FIITJEE has shared some tips and tricks to crack JEE Main 2020 for all the aspirants. Read on to know what Srikant advisies to all the candidates who are appearing for JEE Main 2020.
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6 Tips to Crack JEE Main 2020 by FIITJEE Expert
Srikant suggest candidates to stop worrying about the imminenpostt ‘midway’ test, instead they should try to complete their syllabus and look forward to a sound revision using the tips to crack JEE Main 2020 shared below:
Tip 1- Gather Previous Year’s JEE Main Paper and Solve Them
Procure the past 4 to 5 years papers of JEE Main. Divide these papers randomly into 3 equal sets (call them A, B & C). Attempt these set topic-wise to understand your command on concepts involved and accordingly plan further revision and practice. Jot down all such concepts where you committed mistakes and refer to them frequently to avoid repeating those in further practice/tests. This part should be over by first week of December, 2018.
Tip 2- Work on Improvement, Clear Doubts
While attempting questions check for improvement and need for more practice in topics where you still face problems. At this stage, you are advised to get in touch with your respective teachers to clear any conceptual doubt you might be having.
Tip 3- Avoid Learning New Concept, Focus on Strong Areas-->
If you find any concept that is still not clear, it is better to avoid questions based on them and focus on topics where you have better command and confidence.
Tip 4- Divide Time Equally Between All the Subjects
You should make sure that you divide your time equally between three subjects- Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics as all them are equally important.
Tip 5- Don’t Compromise With Your Health
It is important to score good mark and study hard but ignoring health while doing so is not the correct way to go about it. Take proper diet, sleep properly and stay fit. Taking unnecessary pressure will not help in the long run.
Tip 6- Be Positive, Don’t Give Up
While preparing for the examination be positive. Have an optimistic attitude. Don't let negative things happening around you affect you. Remember, that you can crack the examination.
Subject Related Tips on How to Crack JEE Main 2020 by FIITJEE Expert
JEE Main 2020 Tips for Physics
Make yourself familiar with various units associated with physical quantities. Compile a list of all units where you often get confused.
Pay special attention to topics which are there in syllabus for JEE Main but not in JEE-Advanced like Semi-conductor devices, Electromagnetic waves, communication system etc. Questions based on these topics are often straightforward and simple. A little extra reading helps you improve your score significantly. A through understanding of all that is given in NCERT text books on such topics is usually sufficient to solve questions in JEE Main 2020.
Make sure you have good command on ‘Vector treatment’ wherever required.
Along with any standard formula also understand their limitation. For example, the famous equations of Kinematics are for uniform acceleration only.
JEE Main 2020 Tips for Chemistry
Physical Chemistry: You should maintain a diary for quick revision of simple formulas pertaining to chapters like atomic structure, solid state, ionic equilibrium, electrochemistry and thermochemistry. Also keep in mind the situations where these formulae cannot be applied directly. An extra emphasis should be given to the topics mentioned above as more questions are often asked from these topics. One should also remember values of log 2 (0.3010) and log 3 (0.4771) as they often come up during calculations.
Organic chemistry: Here the focus should be on various name reactions that you have come across and their mechanism. Reactions like Ozonolysis, Aldol, Cannizzaro, Perkin and Hoffmann’s should be thoroughly understood and questions related to them should be practiced. Special focus should be on GOC and one should be good at comparing stability of reaction intermediates and questions related to acidity and basicity. Isomerism and Organic compounds containing Oxygen should be dealt with in minute detail. Lastly one should remember tests of the various functional groups.
Inorganic Chemistry: Here again one should maintain a diary for noting down trivial facts pertaining to formula of ores and composition of alloys which often come up in objective tests. Besides this the focus should be on chapters like chemical bonding, p block elements and coordination chemistry from where the bulk of questions are asked.
JEE Main 2020 Tips for Mathematics
For Maths, Srikant advise to have a list for formulae and important concepts handy. It is better to make this list oneself rather than rely on some pre-prepared list as while writing it out one can modify it to suit individual requirements.
Topic-Wise Tips for Mathematics
Co-ordinate Geometry: Go through the formulae with an eye on trying to pick up similarities between them – this will help in recall during the examination. Do not underestimate geometrical properties especially for straight lines and circles; include those in your notes too.
Trigonometry: Split your notes in four parts - basic formulae, trigonometric equations, inverse and solution of triangles. Though there seem to be a lot of formulae in this chapter in reality JEE-Main questions are likely to be based on the more common results so keep those in mind.
Algebra: There are few formulae here, mainly properties. For Quadratic or Theory of equations be clear about how the symmetric sums of roots occur in an equation as well as transformation of equations. It is important in Complex Numbers to revise the interpretation of various formulae in the geometric form, it makes them more intuitive and easier to remember. Binomial, Permutation and Combination, and probability are all connected and should be revised together. In the latter two its good to have a marked a few typical problems to revise as well since they are less formula based and geared more towards problem solving strategies.
Calculus: You should be very clear on the standard limits, differentiation formulae and standard integration results. Beside this also revise the theoretical requirements for Continuity and Differentiability as well as the properties of Definite Integration.
Vector and 3-D Geometry: Try to do them in conjunction as they are closely related. The questions in this section are likely to involve standard formulae.
We hope these tips to crack JEE Main 2020 by Srikant Kumar, FIITJEE Expert will help you to score good marks in the entrance exam and you will come out as flying colours.
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Questions related to JEE Main
I cant able to understand nee Patten of jee main how 300 marks for 90 questions??
Some changes that will be conducted in the new pattern are:
- Four sessions of the exam instead of two. The Paper 1 exam will be held in February, March, April and May. ( BTech students)
- Paper 1 will now consist of 90 questions where 20 questions will be asked in section a and 10 in section b.
- You can answer a total of 75 questions – 20 questions in section a and 5 questions in section b for each subject – Physics, Chemistry, and Maths.
- The question papers will be set in 13 different languages.
In simple words 25 questions of PCM subjects .total questions 90 and you have to attempt only 75 in section A.
Section B which are numerical ones so 10 of each PCM. So you to attempt only five in each subject.
That's why the total is 300 marks and 90 questions.
You know that four marks for correct answer is there right.
Section A will be of Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) and
Section B will contain Questions whose answers are to be filled in as a numerical value. In Section B, you have to attempt any five questions out of 10. There will be no negative marking for s ection B.
hope this helps!!!!
The JEE main application correction window is open now.I previously filled my form under GENERAL category because I was unaware that uploading the Undertaking for GEN-EWS will work.So now,can I upload the undertaking, since I dont have GEN-EWS certificate now?
Yes, you can apply as general ews candidate for JEE mains and you don't need ews certificate right now but you will have to provide your original and updated ews certificate during the JEE mains counseling and at the time of admission.
Apply for ews certificate with valid documents.You can get the EWS certificate from your local government authority (Tehsil).
I hope this helps.
i paid money for 4 attempts in jee paper 2 whereas it is only been conducted twice will they refund my money?
Yes, any extra money that has been deducted from your account during online payment will be refunded to you within 7-14 days.
If you do not receive after a month then you can drop your concern to NTA and they will look into the matter and you will get the refund.
I hope this helps.
what should be my score and rank in jee mains to secure CS in NIT Trichy
Hello student cut off vary every year on various factors like level of question in examination seats available and total number of applicants in the entrance examination. As per previous year records, considering you as a general candidate it's expected that you need to secure rank around 1350 if you're from other state and around 5300 if you're from home state. I request you to please help me with your category for more exact information.
For more details refer to the link mentioned below - https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-main-cutoff-for-nit-trichy
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Do Maharashtra engineering colleges under MHCET also accept JEE test scores?
Yes , Maharashtra engineering colleges under mhcet also accept Jee main score.
Eligibility to appear for mh CET / Jee main
Candidate must have passed xii board with Science stream and having secured minimum 50% in Physics, chemistry and mathematics.
The candidate must have domicile of Maharashtra