IIT JEE Preparation Tips 2021 by Toppers
IIT JEE Preparation Tips 2021 by Toppers - Aspirants must check the JEE toppers tips to add value in their preparation. The stories of JEE Main toppers inspire you to work hard. Also, following their steps will make the journey easier for the aspirants. While many students start their JEE Main preparation tips with big dreams in their eyes, some give up on that dream even before stepping inside the exam hall. One of the main reason for the withdrawal is the realization that their preparation is nowhere near what is demanded for the exam. Then some are left badly bruised by the time the bell rings at the exam hall signaling the end of the exam. There is no denying JEE Main is brutal. Every year close to 12 lakh candidates appear in JEE Main exam for the seats offered by the NITs, IIITs, and CFTIs. The perplexing question for many is how do the toppers then manage to tackle this beast that gives others sleepless nights? What do they do differently? In this article, we bring you JEE Main preparation tips by toppers, which will provide answers to all these questions and more.
IIT JEE Preparation Tips 2021 by Toppers
Here, students can check the JEE Main preparation tips and tricks by toppers
IIT JEE Main Toppers' Tip 1- Build a solid foundation
A majority of questions asked in JEE Main are concept-based that are designed to test the candidate’s mastery of the subject matter. Then there are also questions that combine multiple concepts, which pose an even more daunting prospect. Now if your fundamentals are strong and you have properly imbibed the underlying concepts, tackling all these different types of questions will become much easier. Bhogi Suraj Krishna, who secured the AIR 1 in JEE Main 2018, realized this hard fact very early on in his preparation. It was therefore no surprise that he aggressively started working on a plan to improve his basic understanding of the concepts, which ultimately paid him rich dividends!
Hemant Kumar also stressed the point of how candidates should have a proper understanding of concepts, and that they mustn’t try to skip them. If a candidate gets stuck with a concept, the candidate shouldn’t despair but try with renewed determination to master them, he opined.
JEE Main Preparation Tips by Vasu Jain AIR- 2 (JEE Main 2018)
IIT JEE Main Toppers' Tip 2- There is no substitute for hard work
Everybody has probably heard the phrase There is no shortcut to fame umpteen number of times, but still some of us don’t give up looking for miracles to happen. The problem though with hinging one’s success on miracles, especially when it comes to JEE Main, is the national-level exam is known as a reliable bubble-buster. Don’t work hard but rely on some supernatural hand to carry you through, and you are going to be disappointed. Echoing similar sentiments, Koushal Reddy (100 Percentile in JEE Main January 2020), said that hard work, determination, and perseverance helped in attaining good marks.-->
IIT JEE Main Toppers' Tip 3- Start early
A common trait observed among JEE Main toppers is they tend to start their preparation for the examination early. Bhogi Suraj and Hemant Kumar in fact started their preparation as early as in class IX and VIII respectively. One advantage of starting early is you will have enough time at your disposal to comprehensively tackle each and every topic. Also, if you start as early as Hemant or Bhogi Suraj, you are most likely to have a very strong foundation, and consequently won’t be spending precious time grappling with a concept trying to understand what it means. Consequently, a major chunk of the time can be dedicated to practicing different types of problems. JEE Main January 2020 topper Parth Dwivedi (100 Percentile) also commenced his preparation process from 11th standard which led to his success in the examination.
Also Read- JEE Main Syllabus
IIT JEE Main Toppers' Tip 4- Be passionate about the task at hand
Bhogi Suraj is also of the opinion that one should be passionate about the task at hand, as it will ensure one doesn’t get bored or sap at any time during the preparation. Keeping boredom at a safe distance is crucial as it often can lead to restlessness and side-track you from your goal. Being passionate however doesn’t mean you have to go overboard, but simply that you have to stay in the present, study your daily quota of hours, and also take stock of things, all the while with inner happiness bubbling inside you. This inner happiness, as you will realize will emanate from the belief you are doing the best within your abilities.
Also Read- JEE Main Exam Pattern
IIT JEE Main Toppers' Tip 5- Take mock tests
These days, JEE Main mock tests are a part and parcel of the exam preparation process and are usually taken closer to the exam to give finishing touches. A simulation of the real exam, the advantages of taking mock tests are many. For example, the candidate through these tests will become familiar with the functionalities of the computer-based test and also types of questions asked, marking scheme, etc. These details could be really handy when one considers how closely candidates can be grouped together - so, you score that additional mark more, and your rank can sky-rocket, likewise you get 1 mark less and you rank will nosedive. NTA authorities have already opened the registration process for JEE Main 2021 mock tests at the practice centres and it is also available in online mode. Rongala Arun Siddardha, who secured 100 percentile in JEE Main 2020 (January session) agrees with the important of mock test and sample papers - "I used to daily practice one previous paper. This helped me get the idea of the difficulty level of JEE mains paper, such as question framing and the role of calculation in the paper".
JEE Main topper 2020 Thadavarthi Vishnu, who secured 100 percentile in the exam also said that "Mock tests help in analyzing the level of preparation and are quite important."
Pawan Goyal the JEE Main 2018 - AIR -6, said that it is very important for candidates to take mock tests, as it will give them a true taste of what the actual exam would be like. He also urged candidates to solve JEE Main question papers of the last ten years.
IIT JEE Main Toppers' Tip 6- Look after yourself
The closer the exam gets, the higher are also the anxiety levels. Maladies like insomnia and restlessness also pay a visit during these testing times. And the victims mostly are candidates who spend the bulk of their time looking too far ahead than staying in the present - thus putting too much pressure on themselves. The solution to such a delicate problem is to take one small step at a time, and build your repertoire brick by brick. This way you will be able to complete most topics even without your realizing it. And in between your preparation - you can listen to music, play cricket or badminton to de-stress, as suggested by none other than Kalpit Veerwal, who scored a neat 360/360 in JEE Main 2017.
Pranav Goel - AIR 4 in JEE Main 2018 in fact likes to read novels in his down-time to keep himself fresh and motivated.
If you follow the JEE Main preparation tips by toppers listed above, you will put yourself in a very good position to get a good score and rank in the exam. Best of luck!
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Questions related to JEE Main
is nta reduce syllabus of JEE main and advanced ,what is exam pattern of JEE main and advanced?
Jee mains exam will be based on the previous syllabus. And as the information brochure has been released so the syllabus will be uncut. So in jee mains can have the full syllabus as per the previous syllabus.
Also this year, JEE Main 2021 ( paper 1 ) will have a total of 90 questions, 25 each from Physics, Chemistry, and Maths. And you have to attempt only 75 questions.
Each subject will have 20 MCQs and 10 numerical questions and correct answer will get you 4 marks and for every wrong answers 1 marks is deducted. 5 out of 10 numerical questions are optional.
Numerical questions don't have negative marking.
JEE Main 2021 for paper 1 (B.Tech) will be conducted for 300 marks, while paper 2 (B.Arch/B.Plan) will be conducted separately for 400 marks each.
And for jee advanced there is no pattern. Every year the pattern gets changes, the full marks changes and marking scheme changes.
Also check out the following link to know more about syllabus of jee mains :-
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my marks is 180 out of 300 in jee mains what is my sc category rank
If we go through the analysis of marks Vs Percentile Vs rank for JEE-Main 2020 then according to the marks mentioned by you in the question your category rank and percentile is expected to be in the range of 5 - 105 and 99.74 - 99.94 respectively, you can check out marks Vs ranks Vs Percentile from the link given below :-
You can also use JEE-Main Rank Predictor to predict your rank :-
To have a list of all those colleges which you can get based upon your marks, category, and state you can use JEE-Main College Predictor:-
If you are preparing for JEE-Main 2021 or 2022 then I would recommend you to check the resources made by our experts to help aspirants like you in the best and smart preparation of JEE-Main 2021 or 2022 :-
I hope this information helps you.
when did nta will open new registration for jeemain exam 3 session
The dates have been not released for the registration process of the other sessions of jee mains. But we can predict that the registration process for March session will start at the end of February, for April it would start in the last week of March and for may the application window will open in the first week of may. Students are advised to keep an eye on the official website so that they do not miss the dates. For more info you may visit the following link:
I didnt register the jeemain exam what is way too register for the next exam
For the year 2021, the JEE Mains exam is going to conduct in 4 sessions i.e. in February, March, april and may.
The candidates can apply to all the sessions at one time, but the application form fee has to be paid, depending on the number of sessions you want to appear.
But if you have not filled the february application form, then don't worry. You can fill the application form for next 3 sessions.
NTA will open the application form window for the next 3 sessions separately. So, you can fill the form that time. For more, visit the link given below.
Hope it helps.
how long do it take to get our exam centre after filling jee form 2021 ? and how do we check that which centre did we got ?
You will get to know about your examination centre for JEE main ,once your admit card gets released as it is your admit card which mention details like your examination centre, its address , exam date, reporting time to the examination centre, instructions to be followed in exam and other details
Your JEE main admit card will be released 15 days before your examination. For February session it is expected to be released in the second week of February
National Testing Agency will release your jee main admit card at its official page jeemain.nta.nic.in
You can follow the below steps to download your admit card once it gets released
*Click on Download admit card
*Then you need to enter your application number, your date of birth, and the security pin and then click on submit.
*Your admit card will appear , save it and take a printout
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