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JEE Main 2019 April session exam is all set to begin from April 7. Students who would be appearing in the exam must have already been prepared well. Even though no preparation is a final preparation, having expert guidance is something which could give that much needed extra edge. We at Careers360 had a conversation with Saurabh Kumar, Director of Academics at Vidyamandir Classes regarding tips to score high marks in JEE Main 2019. He shared his valuable expertise and guidance for students which could help in securing good marks in the exam. JEE Main 2019 preparation tips by Saurabh Kumar will help students come over the doubts and hurdles in the path of exam.
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JEE Main April 2019 exam will be conducted on April 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12 across various test centres in India and abroad. The exam is of three hours duration and would be conducted in the morning and evening slot each day. On April 7, Paper II for B.Arch will be conducted while for rest days on April 8, 9, 10 and 12, exam would be for Paper 1 for B.Tech admission. As many as 8 lakh students have registered for April attempt exam of JEE Main 2019 making it a stiff competition. JEE Main has witnessed many changes in 2019 from NTA taking over as the conducting body and being held twice a year. Also JEE Main 2019 is being conducted in complete online mode. Students can find below JEE Main 2019 preparation tips to score high marks.
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Careers360: Now the exam is close by, what should be the focus of the students?
Saurabh Kumar: Now the board exams are over, so the students should focus & devote his 100% time in preparing for the last brace of the race. Giving mock tests revision & strategy framing should be the core focus.
Careers360: What are the main topics that need to be brushed at the last minute? Pls specify subject wise
Vector & 3D
Statistics & logical reasoning
Units & measurement
Chemistry in everyday life
Chemical Bonding & periodic table
Transition Elements and Coordination compounds
Careers360: How should a student’s gear up for the exam in the last week? Should he do mock tests, or just revise?
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Saurabh Kumar: By now, students would have studied and revised all topics/subjects and done a thorough analysis of their weaknesses and strengths by taking several mock test both topic wise as well as subject wise if not then take one mock test each day. No need to study theory just revise important formula & concepts.
Careers360: Can you give tips on how to tackle the exam - which section to do first and which last?
Saurabh Kumar: Which section to start with, it is the student area of strength if he starts with a couple of correct questions his confidence will boost up. Normally we advise 45 minutes to chemistry 60 minutes to physics & 75 minutes to mathematics.
Careers360: What should one do if one is not sure of the answer but one can maybe work out the answer?
Saurabh Kumar: Normally one should avoid doing this, but you can try this in one or two questions not more than that in any case it can be suicidal.
Careers360: Ideally how much time should a student spend on each question?
Saurabh Kumar: It will depend upon subject & difficulty level of the question usually on should spend about a minute & a half in chemistry, one to two minutes in Physics & 2 minutes in mathematics remaking minutes can be used in tough questions but in any case, it should not exceed 5 minutes.
Careers360: Are there any tips you wish to give to combat exam fear, nervousness etc?
Saurabh Kumar: Give all mock tests as final exam & final exam as mock test, Do not think too much about the results, Avoid talking to your peers & friends, Eat a lot of antioxidants & be sure that you will do well. Don’t refer multiple books & study topics which you have never read by doing this you can avoid fear & nervousness.
Careers360: Any message for students?
Saurabh Kumar: This is not the time to learn anything new but to consolidate what one has already learnt. Focus on revision of important formula steps, assumptions, should be on top of the mind of the aspirant. It becomes essential that the student, basis his own analysis and experience, develops a mindset and confidence of deciding which subject to start with in order to get maximum right answers. They should eat healthy and practise meditation to manage stress and maintain calmness.
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Cengage mathematics by.G tewani is one of the best books to prepare for jee.mains or Jee advanced.
But the main point is that You should try learning concepts from G tweani book because every topic has in depth knowledge and lot of practice problems with proper logic behind it .
You should definitely go for it .If you will use the book in proper way means after reading theory if you will for question solving and analysing them then you can acheive very good marks in mathematics.
All the very best
You can calculate your rank in JEE Main Paper 1 using the formula:
Rank = (100-percentile)*(No. of students appeared for the examination)/100
As the no. of students appeared for Paper 1 (Jan) are around 869000, your rank will be around 5000. However as the no. of students in April changes, your rank will change according to that.
With this rank, there are good chances of getting IT Branch at NIT Allahabad. You can check the last years' cutoffs for this Institutes using the link given:
However, to get the list of all Institutes which you may get with this rank, kindly use the college predictor through the link provided below:
For more information regarding counseling, cutoffs, etc.. you can use the B.Tech companion from the link given below:
The official cutoff of JEE Mains will be released long with the final results after the April Mains. The NTA will announce category wise cutoffs then. But you can still check your estimated rank using the formula (100-your total percentile)*869010/100. So with this percentile, you estimated All India rank is around 1,21,000. Now, if the number of candidates giving the exam in April increase, you rank will go higher up.
Well, yes with that percentile, you might be able to get some GFTIs like (Mentioning refering to Other State quota) -
You can refer to the following link -
Also, to predict your college, you can use this college predictor-
All the best!
Following are the last years’ Gujrat Board cutoffs for top 20 percentile to be used for JEE Advanced:
GEN OBC-NCL SC ST PwD
2018 342 321 308 284 284
2017 367 344 336 309 309
2016 363 339 331 304 304
For more information regarding the same, kindly use the link provided below:
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