How to score above 200 in JEE Mains in 21 days?
How to score above 200 in JEE Mains in 21 days? - If you are someone who has already registered to appear for JEE Main exam, you must be in a dilemma due to postponement of the exam. As the National Testing Agency is yet to announce JEE Main 2021 exam dates, aspirants are hereby advised to use this complimentary period wisely to get a good score in the exam. As it's said that “Aim for the moon, even if you miss, you may hit a star”, one should definitely aim to score the highest in the exam so that they end up with a respectable score. As of recent trends, 200 is the basic score to grab a seat for yourself in the top institutes including NITs. Hereunder, we will check out how to score above 200 in JEE Mains in 21 days in the article below:
1. Focus on Each Subject Individually
It is not at all advisable to keep a common eye over all the subjects. The subjects asked according to JEE Main syllabus include Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, a fact that is known to all. One of the major mistakes made by students while preparing for the exam is that they give equal time, strategize and prepare singly for all the subjects. However each subject needs special focus based on practice of numericals, reactions, etc., and also upon the candidate’s individual interest.
2. Follow the NCERT Books
There are many students who run after a variety of books focussing upon preparation for the exam that they forget the roots. The National Testing Agency usually sets JEE Main question paper in such a way that almost all the questions have direct link with the content provided in NCERT books. Even the JEE Main syllabus is in compliance with the syllabus covered in these books as a standard. Thus, the primary goal of a student should be to thoroughly understand what has been provided in NCERT books for all three subjects. Once these are exhausted, then only some other source should be eyed for. One of the reasons behind such advice is that these explanatory books only elaborate what has been said in the NCERT books in a clear and direct manner. Thus, if one understands it directly, there is less requirement to gush over excessive explanations and illustrations.
3. Daily and Weekly Targets
A candidate preparing for the upcoming JEE Main exam should strategize seriously. There are many who aim for devoting a certain number of hours but don’t have a specific division of topics to be studied. This leads to a situation where they lose focus and end up wasting more time and covering less. That is why candidates are advised to keep a target for a particular day, and the week as well so that if some topic is missed out on a day is covered the next day.They will know exactly what topics are left out and thus prepare accordingly.-->
4. Practice Previous Years’ Questions
Candidates who are preparing for the exam should not at all avoid the questions asked previously. So, along with studying for long hours, students should devote some time for checking that knowledge as well with the help of previous years’ question papers as well as JEE Main mock tests. This will firstly make them aware of the exact exam pattern of JEE Main, additionally, they will know what topics they are not that good at and may focus upon them. They will also get to know the manner in which questions have been asked previously and prepare accordingly.
5. Revise Smartly
Once a candidate has studied it all, the main task that comes up is that of revision. Candidates should not just revise in flow but take it all afresh as if they’re blank and should put in all the focus so that things are memorized permanently. Now the candidates who are already done with the course once and also have practised some of the question papers, they know what topic is asked repeatedly, such topics should be marked this time and be revised again and again. One can study the whole course and revise it all once.After that, revision of important topics shall prove enough to score above 200 in JEE Main in 21 days.
There are many factors that decide the candidate’s preparation for an exam, but nothing can be an explanation for not performing well. At this stage, one should just be determined that I have to anyhow crack this exam. For such dedicated students are the tips above on how to score above 200 in JEE Main 2021 in 21 days. Thus, inculcate the practices in your study regime until the exam dates are announced for JEE Main January 2021 session.
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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
Feel free to comment if you've any doubt
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