Last minute revision tips for JEE Main 2020
Last minute revision tips for JEE Main 2020 - The National Testing Agency is going to conduct JEE Main April 2020 session between July 18 to 23 after being postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic. The time left for JEE Main revision in this last phase is not too less but can be said as the deciding factor for many of the aspirants who are going to appear. For such candidates looking on how to utilize the time left for JEE Main, Mr. Pramod maheshwari, Chairman and Managing Director at Career Point Group and chancellor at Career Point University shares the last minute revision tips for JEE Main 2020 candidates. The article below provides on what the 60 days revision plan should be, mistakes made by candidates during JEE Main revision, separate tips for students who were focussed into board exam preparation, and much more.
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60 Day Revision Plan
For those candidates who have gone through the syllabus and have been preparing for JEE Main 2020 for a year or two, Mr. Pramod Maheshwari suggests for such candidates to have a 60 day revision plan for JEE Main. They should make a plan for each of the three subjects of JEE Main wherein they aim to read a part of the theory and solve a few questions followed by taking a test for certain topics so studied. This routine should be followed on a regular basis. Mr. Maheshwari also suggests that this 60 day plan should be distributed on an everyday basis as well which will enhance the candidate’s efficiency.
Chapter wise mock test practice
Those students who follow the above and divide their syllabus for a particular term, as the time period is available. If one starts with reading theoretical concepts followed by going through the solved examples and exercise sheet, there should be a chapter test for that particular chunk of concepts. This will help him or her in understanding the minute points of understanding in that chapter which might go unnoticed in case of full syllabus mock tests. However that chapter might get 1 or 2 questions in the exam, but if those questions belong to the minute points so referred to, it will be difficult to solve in the final examination if missed out during JEE Main last minute revision .
Mistake to avoid while Revising for JEE Main
According to Mr. Maheshwari, the mistake most of the students make during JEE Main revision of the whole syllabus after studying hard is that they focus completely upon the theoretical part. The reason being that they are in the habit of memorizing the theory because the education system, i.e. the board examination involves direct questions from theory like definitions, characteristics, etc. The formula of memorizing works for the whole of school life, which is not the case with JEE Main. In such entrance examinations, questions involve more focus upon the practical application of the theoretical concepts.
Plan for Last 15 days of JEE Main preparation
As Mr. Maheshwari suggested a 60 day plan that has been explained above, the last 15 days of that period before JEE Main examination, candidates should strive for an exam-like environment at their home only. They should start taking full syllabus mock tests at this time while with the limited time of 3 hours as will be provided in the final examination. This will help them build the right temperament required for appearing in the examination. Candidates will understand the various ways of keeping themselves calm during the examination while focussing upon the accuracy and speed.
Board students not prepared for JEE Main
There are many students who dedicate themselves fully preparing for the 10+2 board exams while completely neglecting the entrance examinations like JEE Main. Such students should not be bothered if they have not prepared for the entrance examination because as per Mr. Maheshwari, they must already be aware of the 70-80% of the syllabus and all they need to do is practise accuracy and speed. They should work upon understanding the practical application of the theoretical concepts as well.
Mr. Maheshwari suggests candidates to practice more and more JEE Main mock test papers for practice and then analyze their performance. This will let them understand what kind of mistakes are occurring repeatedly. After that, they need to focus upon that area if it is a matter of not reading carefully or a particular topic that is yet to be understood in depth.
Revision Tips for students done with JEE Main preparation
For candidates who have completed the whole of JEE Main syllabus and are looking forward to last minute revision tips for JEE Main, Mr. Maheshwari advises to read the theory completely once again while not getting into memorizing. Go through the personal notes, if any, and solve chapter wise as many questions as possible. Such students should work on their momentum bringing their performance at peak by the time passes
Questions related to JEE Main
can I get admission in jadavpur university Kolkata through the result of jee mains ????
No, Jadavpur University, Kolkata doesn't accept JEE main score for admission to undergraduate Engineering courses. It accepts WBJEE score and the admission is based on merit in WBJEE. The eligibility criteria is that a candidate must have passed 10+2 with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/Computer Science/Computer Application from a recognised board. Candidates belonging to general category must have scored 45% marks and for reserved categories it is 40% marks. Candidates must have passed in English with at least 30% marks\.
got 95.6 percentile in JEE mains 2020 but got less than 75 percent in board. which college and branch can l get in for btech?
You can apply for good private universities or institutes who are taking their own entrance exam and having their own admission criteria like:
MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
LOVELY PROFESSIONAL UNIVERSITY
BML MUNJAL UNIVERSITY
SRM UNIVERSITY etc
You can also try for state level counselling for engineering admission.
IILM UNIVERSITY,GURUGRAM is offering B.tech in computer Science and Information Technology with contemporary computing areas like:
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Internet of Things (IoT)
i am a JEE ASPIRANT although I am good at concepts in mathematics I amnt good at solving problems , I need to solve in a level wise I mean the hardness level can u suggest me some good books ..so that I a can download it if possible plz send me link to download, this would help
can I get 99+% in jee mains if I start from preparing for it from class 12 and as well as my class 11 is also not that much good...... if I can...how !??
Yes..you can..Everything is possible if one puts hardwork and determination for the goal.
Now coming to the practical process, since you have mentioned that your class 11th is weak,so i am assuming that didn't pay much attention to your studies in class 11th.Beforebgoing further into the preparation the first and foremost thing you need to do is to go back into the chapters of class 11th and study what you have missed because getting good score in JEE, you basic concepts and understanding should be very clear.Give 2 months to the class 11th portion and complete it full-fledged. After that you will be set for class 12th, now start with NCERTs and then move to the standard books.
Divide time equally for every subject or based on your preference.Devote 10-12 hours daily and note that daily means everyday because consistency is the key..you can take 1 days off after 6 days of dedicated studying.
After completing 50% syllabus, start solving previous year JEE question papers and jot down your weak and strong areas and work on it accordingly.
After completing the syllabus,give lot of mock tests honestly and analyze them afterwards.
Be positive during the preparation and take care of your mental and physical health.
Be honest with yourself and give your best everyday.
How to get top10 rank in jee advanced if I start preperation from the remaining months ? New answer needed
Getting top 10 in JEE ADVANCED with a few months preparation is a very difficult task infact it is almost impossible. But, if you really want to crack JEE ADVANCED then I would highly suggest you to drop a year and work really hard on your problem solving skills and be crystal clear with your concepts.
TIPS TO CRACK JEE ADVANCED-