How to prepare for JEE Main 2020 at home during the coronavirus outbreak?
Till now, the impact of COVID-19, commonly known as Coronavirus is known to each one of us. It has become a public health emergency, resulting in self isolation. Almost every other day we are asked to stay at home or avoid going out until something very important comes up. Well, this self isolation could be good for our health, but has become a problem for students. Want to know how?
April is one of the most important months for students, especially for those who are preparing for the engineering entrance exams. JEE Main, one of the most important engineering entrance exams, is also conducted in the month of April. As per many JEE Main toppers, attending coaching classes is important to improve the preparation level. But now, due to the Corona outbreak, candidates are unable to attend their classes and are worried regarding the same. Therefore, to help candidates, Careers360 presents you the ways to prepare for JEE Main 2020 at home in an effective way during the coronavirus outbreak.
National Testing Agency has recently released a notification stating the postponement of JEE Main 2020. The new dates will be announced after March 31, 2020. This means that the candidates have more time to prepare for the entrance exam.
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Ways to prepare for JEE Main 2020 by staying at home
Solve sample papers - JEE Main 2020 was scheduled to be held on April 5, 7, 8, 9, and 11 and many of you must have completed the JEE Main 2020 syllabus till now. Therefore, candidates are advised to start solving as many JEE Main 2020 sample papers as possible. This will not only help you boost confidence but will also improve the time management efficiency. There is no denying the time management is one of the most important factors to score good marks in any examination.
Use technology - Electronic gadgets have become a part of our lives. So, why can’t we use it to gain knowledge or prepare for an exam. Confused? While preparing for any exam, many times we are stuck with doubts. At such a point of time, just remember that the internet has answers to all the questions. There are many websites that are designed to help students prepare for exams without any coaching institutes. You can find many videos and blogs that will help you solve all the doubts. You can also opt for online calls to solve doubts.
Make a revision plan - Do not forget to continue revising the studied topics on a regular basis. This is extremely important and helpful. Revision will help you remember the facts and formulas that are covered in the exam and you have studied long before. Therefore, each JEE Main aspirant is advised to prepare a revision plan that will cover all the subjects and areas covered in the exam. Also, focus more on the topics that are left unattended or are answered incorrectly at the time of solving JEE Main 2020 mock test or sample papers. This will also help you to boost the confidence level and reduce anxiety.
Give more time to studies - Studying at home has a benefit, what’s that? It saves time, which means that you can dedicate more time towards the preparation. Try to take advantage of that. Going out to study not only consumes time but also adds tiredness in the body. This often results in wasting time. During the period of self isolation, give at least an hour extra to your preparation. You can work on anything you wish to, revision, solving papers, or making notes.
Take care of yourself - Taking care of your health is undoubtedly the most important thing. Without good health, you can’t prepare for the exam. Therefore, eat healthy, take a good night's sleep, and stay safe. Don’t let coronavirus affect your preparation for JEE Main 2020.
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Questions related to JEE Main
SHOULD I PRACTICE NEW PATTERN ARIHANT MATHS QUESTIONS OR CENGAGE UNSOLVED EXERCISES FOR JEE ?
Hello student both books are good don't mix up your recourses instead of solving 2 books single time try to solve one book multiple time, arihant practice book is little more preferable by teachers than cenaje for jee main entrance examination.
Before doing any of these two books make sure you've done each and every example and exercise questions of Ncert.
Feel free to comment if you have any doubt
my JEE PERCENTILE 85.8398054 IN JANUARY EXA. I CAN TAKE ADMISSIONS IN AISSM ENGINEERING COLLEGE PUNE PCCC O ENGINEERING AKURDI PUNE
According to the rank formula, [100-85.83*869010/100], your All India Rank is 123060 approximately. Now, the cut-off ranks change every year depending on factors like difficulty of the paper, and the number of students appearing in it.
Analysing the previous year data, the cut-off rank of AISSM was 50000 approximately, for CSE.
You haven't mentioned your category, so I'm assuming that you are from the general category. If you are aiming for CSE, then it is a little difficult with this rank.
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sir presently i m in class 11 and preparing for jee 2022 so but i m unable to decide what should i go for akash live class or unacademy i want all online course
You could go for careers360 online classes for jee mains preparation. It is one of the best online coaching for jee mains preparation. The price is very low compared to other platforms but the quality is the best.
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jeemain holds our biometric data till next year??
It is not just for one year but it will store the data in its Archives using the technology for a considerable period of time. This is important because if there is any misinterpretation of results, NTA can pull up this data and verify the facts. While it is not clear as how long does NTA hold the biometric data, certainly it is more than 1 year.
I got 750 out of 1000 in 11+12 am I eligible for jee
There is no such rule that only after scoring 750 you will be eligible for joint entrance examination (JEE) main. To be eligible to give joint entrance examination (JEE) main a candidate needs to qualify 10+2 level or Candidate appearing in class 12 or equivalent qualifying exam in 2020 can also apply for JEE Main. Please click the below link to know more.