JEE Main 2021 Last Minute Preparation Tips - Effective Preparation Tips To Crack JEE Main 2021
JEE Main 2021 Last Minute Preparation Tips - As the number of days for the national engineering entrance exam i.e., JEE Main 2021 second session comes closer, the preparation levels equally shoot high. Candidates appearing in the exam must be going through a swing of feelings – anxiety, nervousness, tension, excitement but amidst all these, it is necessary for them to stay grounded to give their best during the JEE Main exam. One important point to note is that the last minute preparation for JEE Main will be different from the normal one. How effectively we use last-minute time plays an important role in obtaining satisfactory results. The difference between winning and losing is the attention paid to minute things that contribute therein. JEE Main 2021 last minute preparation tips provided by Careers360 brings the small but important tips suggested by JEE Main toppers and experts to keep in mind during these last days to ensure success.Read the last minute preparation tips for JEE Main 2021 below to keep yourself focused, positive to win your way through.
JEE Main 2021 Last Minute Tips
Focus on your strengths: Don't start anything new. This is just not the time to do so. Instead try and focus on building your strengths. Make the strong points and topics of JEE Main 2021 more strong such that you don't skip any question pertaining to those topics. You must have studied and revised many times. Hone and sharpen those topics that you are good at and know well than the others.
Revise the important formulae: Use the short notes to revise the important pointers as well as the formulae. It is important to use the short notes as there will be no time to check the chapters and topics in detail. You will have just enough time to skim through the most important points for each topic. Check those topics that are considered to have more weightage as per the past year JEE Main question papers.
Keep it real: While many endorse doing mock tests, it is a reality that one or two mock test can be done. To continuously sit and solve previous papers all day long is improbable and impossible too. It is also not the right method to go. So the best strategy is to do a mock test per day, analyse and then revise. This ensures that you correct the mistakes you made and don't repeat them in the actual exam which is what matters. Don't let a bad mock test performance hinder or demoralise you. It is important to keep grounded and improvise at every step.
Say No to self-doubt: Don't allow room for low self-confidence. Keep your faith and do your best. There is no guarantee regarding the performance in the JEE Main. A day may be good or bad. Just do your best and move further. The last few days are crucial but it is necessary to keep cool and avoid stressing. Tune yourself to keep mentally strong and you will see that nothing and no one can defeat you in your march to success. Check a topic, do a mock test, prepare for that section and move to the next one without letting doubts creep in.
Take Regular Breaks: Taking a small break of 5-10 minutes after an hour of study is very important in order to relax your mind. It reduces fatigue, and helps in improving the concentration. Also, taking brief intervals breaks the monotony and refreshes you enough to start studying again with an increased energy level.
Adequate and Good Sleep is necessary: Make sure that you get the right amount of sleep before the exam. Depriving oneself of sleep will result in fatigue and high stress level with a drop in concentration level.
Eat healthy during these days:This is pretty crucial as you don't want to end feeling unwell on what happens to be a very important day for your future. Therefore, say no to Junk food, eat healthy and keep fit.
Enhance your Concentration: Boosting your concentration level is an essential thing to do. It will aid you in focusing during long study hours. Experts suggest that activities like meditation and yoga rejuvenate mind and keep the body fit. Indulging in such activities is very beneficial during the preparation time.
No need to discuss your preparation:It is a common tendency to check with the next person about their preparation. This is illogical as their performance will definitely not boost yours. Instead it may have you worrying that your preparation may be less or inadequate. So avoid discussing your preparation attempts, levels with friends or relatives.
Some tips for the JEE Main 2021:
Spend the first few minutes checking the question paper and reading it.
Don't panic after checking the paper. At first sight it may seem like you don't know anything and this may overwhelm you. So take a deep breath and start.
It may be that the first few questions may be tough. So move on to the next till you find one that is easy to answer.
One important point to keep in mind is that you are not alone. There are thousands of students who are with you. The paper will have been equally tough for them
Set a fixed time to answer each question. Don't waste more time on it than the fixed amount. Move to the next one if you can't answer a question.
You know best whether you can answer a question well or not. If you can't figure an answer, leave it and move on. Don't risk answering it as you may lose marks on account of negative marking.
Any question that requires more time should be marked for review to be answered later.
Remember that success in JEE Main is hard earned and you are just a step away from reaching there and making it yours. Keep in mind the above JEE Main 2021 last minute preparation tips and appear in the exam with all the confidence in you!
Wish you all, best of luck!
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Questions related to JEE Main
what is the eligibility criteria of jee main and advanced ??
Eligibility criteria says that:-
-) Qualification required :- to be eligible for JEE mains for BE or Btech you need 10+2/equivalent qualification with Physics, mathematics as compulsory subject along with anyone of Chemistry or Biology or Biotechnology or Technical Vocational Subject.
-) Passing year :- one is eligible for JEE main examination for consecutive three years starting from the year of appearing for 12th /equivalent examination i. e to be eligible for JEE mains 2021 you should be either appearing for 12th board exam or equivalent in 2021 or should have passed it in 2020 or 2019
-) There is no age limit to be eligible
-) there is no minimum percentage requirement to be eligible for JEE Mains, you just need to have passed your 12th
To be eligible for NITs, IIITs, CFTIs one needs at least 75% marks in class 12th if belongs to General or OBC category or at least 65% marks in class 12th if belongs to Sc or St category. For this year i. e 2021 this minimum percentage requirement of 75% - 65 % has been lifted off.
For detailed information about jee main eligibility criteria go through our page, the link for which is provided below
To be eligible for jee advanced
-) you need to pass your class 12th with at least 75% marks in aggregate in class 12 if belong to general or obc category or at least 65% marks if belongs to SC/ST or must be in the top 20 percentile in class 12 examination. For this year i. e 2021 this percentage requirement in class 12th has been lifted off.
-) You can give JEE advanced examination for the maximum of consecutive 2 years starting from the year of appearing for your 12th examination i. e to be eligible for JEE advanced 2021 your 12th board examination appearing year should be either 2021 or 2020 .
-) There is upper age limit, according to which to be eligible for jee advanced 2021,you should be born on or after 1st October 1996
-) you must qualify JEE mains to be eligible for jee advanced
On the analysing previous year cutoff of JEE Mains, JEE mains 2021 expected qualifying CUT OFF percentile is given below for different categories to be eligible for jee advanced:
. . JEE MAIN CUT OFF PERCENTILE
Category jeemain2020 jeemain2021 expected off
General :- 90.3765335 90-95
GEN-EWS :- 70.2435518 70 -75
OBC-NCL :- 72.8887969 70 -75
SC :- 50.1760245 50 -55
ST :- 39.0696101 40 - 45
PwD :- 0.0618524 1- 2
You can check the same at
sir I have Secured 77.85 percentile in jee main 2021. Can I able to take admission in Nit Kurushetra or Dtu with computer science and engineering.
hello Anand kumar
I hope you are doing good . I will glad to aware you that at your percentile your estimated rank would be around 235290 - 264500 . At this rank you holds very low chances of getting admission in any nits and for dtu it is big no . For these top tier-1 colleges you rank should be atleast below 10000 for getting good nits with core branch . I suggest you not to wait for counselling and start preparing for next attempt with full dedication and following a proper road map
For your references, I am sharing the cut off link of nit
Hope you found this answer helpful. Good luck for your future
I scour 86.99 percentile in jee main 2021 .can I take admission in igit
depending on the cutoff for the previous years, the chances for you to secure a seat at IGIT based on your secured percentile is less. However given below are some of the colleges you can secure a seat at,
- Datta Meghe College of Engineering, Navi Mumbai
- Terna Engineering College, Navi Mumbai
- VIT Pune
- Amity University, Noida
- D.Y. Patil College of Engineering, Pune
- Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Mumbai
Kindly note that the cutoff for each year differs, hence there might be variations to the above list. To know more on colleges as per your percentile kindly visit the link given below.
I am a student of 82 percentile in jee Feb 2021 and category was obc can I get ECE in any nit or iiit (state andhra Pradesh home)
as per the cutoff for the previous years the chances for you to be able to secure a seat at any of the NITs or IIITs is less. But do not get disheartened by this, as there are still two more sessions of JEE Mains pending and you can try your best there again.
In the meantime, given below are some of the colleges you can secure a seat as per your percentile with your choice of branch of ECE,
- Sanjivani College of Engineering, Ahmednagar
- Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Chandigarh
- KIT College of Engineering, Kolhapur
- D.Y. Patil College of Engineering, Pune
- SB Jain Institute of Technology, Nagpur
To know more on colleges suitable for you, kindly visit the link provided below.
in 2021 what is the percentile required in jee mains for ECE in nit tadepalli gudam
Your profile suggests that your home state is Andhra Pradesh so you will be eligible for home state quota in NIT Tadepalligudem i. e NIT Andhra Pradesh
I am assuming you from general category
This is a bit difficult to predict the marks/percentile/rank required in JEE mains to get a seat as cut off keeps changing every year depending upon various factors like number of students that appeared in the exam, kind of marks obtained by them , toughness level of the jee main examination , number of seats available for the branch you want etc.
When we go through previous year trend then ,
In round 6 of josaa counselling 2020 , 21156 was the closing rank for gender neutral for general category for home state for electronics and communication engineering in NIT Andhra Pradesh
You can check the same at
And to get around 21156 rank, you need at least around 98 - 98.5 percentile as per our rank predictor at
To have a personalised report on your chances of getting a college you can go through our college predictor, it will give you complete list of colleges which you can get on the basis of the category you belong to, your home state, your gender etc, the link for jee main college predictor is provided below
If you have any other doubt then you can always reach us to clear them :) we are always available to help you out and guide you