Common mistakes you should avoid in JEE Advanced 2020 exam
Common mistakes you should avoid in JEE Advanced 2020 exam- Every year around 1.6 lakh candidates appear for JEE Advanced exam for admission to IITs. As the competition level of JEE Advanced is very high; candidates often think about the common mistakes that they should avoid in the exam. Streamlining common mistakes candidates should avoid during the exam can help the candidates to score good marks in JEE Advanced 2020. That is why Careers360 team conducted a live interview with Professor Uma Shankar Manchella, All India IIT Coordinator And Senior Maths Lecturer, Sri Chaitanya Educational Institutions to know about tips and tricks for both JEE Main 2020 and JEE Advanced 2020 exam. Professor Uma Shankar not only gave various tips to the candidates but also highlighted the common mistakes which they should avoid in JEE Advanced 2020. Authorities have already announced that JEE Advanced 2020 will be held on August 23, so the candidates must work on these mistakes and avoid them. Read the full article to know about the common mistakes highlighted by Professor Uma Shankar.
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Common mistakes you should avoid in JEE Advanced 2020 exam
Do not guess answers- Professor Uma Shankar advised the candidates that they should not guess any answer or mark any answer which seems closest to their calculations because it simply leads to negative marks. More negative marks definitely affect the final score of the candidates.
Not Solving Questions on Paper- Sometimes, candidates see a question and mark the answer without even solving it completely on the paper. In such cases, there can be calculation mistakes which will again lead to negative marks. Although, in some questions it is good to answer questions quickly without solving them on paper but this is beneficial only when a student has a practice of doing so. But it is advisable to solve the questions on paper completely to avoid silly mistakes.
Read paper correctly- Candidates are in so much hurry after the exam starts that they do not read the questions in the paper correctly. They neglect important points, miss on units mentioned in the questions and much more. Thus, candidates must read the entire question completely and correctly without any hurry.
Do not waste your time- Sometimes candidates attempt a question and waste 5-6 minutes on it and then leave it and move on to the next question. This is simply a waste of time. If you think you are unable to answer any question do not waste your time and skip that question. Skipping such questions can save a lot of your time which you can utilise in other doable questions.
Experimenting during the exam- According to Professor Uma Shankar, JEE Advanced paper consists of three types of questions - known, not known but need to be solved and completely unknown. Candidates should ideally attempt known questions first and then move towards not known but need to be solved ones. Candidates should not do any experiments in the exam by attempting completely unknown questions and wasting their time.
Mistakes that you make during JEE Advanced 2020 Preparations
In addition to the mistakes candidates make during the exam, Professor Uma Shankar also pointed out the mistakes that candidates make during their JEE Advanced 2020 preparations.
Leaving some topics- Many times, candidates leave some topics during their preparations which may be important for the exam. Candidates must check the important topics for JEE Advanced and study accordingly. However, it is advisable not to leave any topic. Also, now students have ample time due to lockdown so at this time no topic should be left.
Less Practice- Professor Uma Shankar said that many times, candidates do less practice for JEE Advanced or stop practicing after their JEE Main examination. Candidates should practice more and more questions during their preparation. Candidates should also attempt JEE Advanced mock tests regularly.
Questions related to JEE Advanced
How to get top10 rank in jee advanced if I start preperation from the remaining months ? New answer needed
Getting top 10 in JEE ADVANCED with a few months preparation is a very difficult task infact it is almost impossible. But, if you really want to crack JEE ADVANCED then I would highly suggest you to drop a year and work really hard on your problem solving skills and be crystal clear with your concepts.
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how is the book problems in physics for iit jee advanced by shashi bhushan tiwari
Hello student Physics book by Shashi bhushan tiwari is good for conceptual problems but not very recommended by teachers and toppers. You should prefer NCERT to build your basic concept and make sure you do each and every example and exercise questions of Ncert before jumping to a reference book after completing ncert thoroughly refer to your coaching material or any reference book as mentioned below -
Concept of physics by HC VERMA
IIT Jee physics 35 year chapter wise - DC Pandey.
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Can I start preparing for Jee in class 12? cause I wasnt that awareof this exam when i was im 11. first off we give 12 exam then Jee mains and then jee advance after a break of one or two months, Is this how it goes? tell me this is a big doubt to me.
JEE MAINS and JEE ADVANCED is an all India level exam so should have started preparing for it from your 11 11th standard itself but don't worry you still have funniest time left to prepare for JEE mains and advanced. First Things First utilise this locked period to strengthen your class 11 concepts and start practicing problems in the same. Dedicate at least 12 to 14 hours of your day for your preparation if you really want to crack JEE Mains.
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what should I do to get air1 in jee advanced by only the preparation of 8 months for jee advanced 2021 if I start preperation from August .New answer needed.
Getting an AIR 1 in Jee- Advanced in just 8 months of studying is going to be very tough. You must prepare very hard for the exam. You should focused on study and study only.
You should start by revising all the chapters in three-four months after that practise as much sample question papers and past year papers you can . You can opt for online test series which will be very beneficial. After two months practising you must be very confident of cracking it. Then for the rest two months revise every concept again and again. Don't practise heavily in the last two months, focus on clearing concepts more. Then by the end of it you will be able to score a very decent score.
What should I do to get top10 rank in jee advanced if I start preperation from now for jee advanced 2021 by only the preparation of 8 months?New answer needed.
Getting an AIR under 10 requires a lot of effort and also a lot of luck is required.
Focus more on clearing your concepts, not only clear but crystal clear, and keep on attempting problems as much as you can. Practice is the key. The more you solve the problems better will be your confidence level. Keep a study plan and stick to it. Don't work hard work smart. Know the exam syllabus and pattern and make plan according to it.