Students Speak: JEE Main 2020 Preparation During COVID -19; Devshree Singh talks about her experience
JEE Main 2020 April session exam has been further postponed to June from last week of May due to the increasing number of positive coronavirus cases in the country. This has also led to lockdown in the country. Although the lockdown is creating problems for the general people, it can be beneficial for JEE Main aspirants if utilised wisely. However, the further postponement of JEE Main 2020 has created various queries among the students like will the exam be cancelled, will it be further postponed and much more. These queries and confusions will definitely have some effect on students. In order to know the effect of postponement of the exam and experience of students during this lockdown, Careers360 team interacted with Devshree Singh who is appearing in the JEE Main 2020 April session. Devshree also appeared in the January session of the exam and secured a NTA score of 97.86. When asked about her preparations, she said that her basic aim is to score better than her January attempt. For this, she is following a special 1 month time table and is taking up difficult topics first. Read the full article to know about Devshree’s JEE Main 2020 preparation strategy during COVID-19.
Careers360: Tell us about your JEE Main preparation strategy amid lockdown?
Devshree: At present, my strategy is to focus on the topics that are difficult and which take more time. I am giving proper time to these topics to understand them well and boost my JEE Main preparation.
Careers360: How are you coping up with the anxiety and stress?
Devshree: I am not taking any kind of tension at present rather I am spending more time about how to reach my ultimate goal. I want to achieve a better score than my January attempt and I think this additional time will help me a lot. For taking a break from studies and refreshing my mind, I read novels.
Careers360: Which topics are you focusing primarily in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics?
Devshree: I already mentioned that I am focusing on difficult topics during this time. Topics which I am currently focusing on are-
Physics- Mechanics, Electrostatic, Electromagnetic Induction (EMI) and Optics.
Chemistry- P block elements, Electrochemistry, Salt Analysis, Chemical Bonding and Coordination compounds.-->
Mathematics- Calculus and Coordinate Geometry
Careers360: How often do you practice JEE Main mock tests?
Devshree: I attempt one JEE Main mock test each alternate day. I think practicing mock tests is very important during this time as I can analyse my performance every time I give the test.
Careers360: Do you follow any time table for preparation?
Devshree: Yes, I do follow a time table. I have prepared a special timetable for 1 month and also following it seriously. As the syllabus is already completed, I am taking up chapters which I think deserve more attention.
Careers360: How much time do you study every day?
Devshree: I am giving 8 to 9 hours daily to my studies. I have divided my time such that I give proper time to each subject every day.
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Questions related to JEE Main
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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can you send question paper for jee 2021 Feb sample paper NTA
using sample papers for preparation of JEE Mains is one of the most efficient methods of preparation, it not only helps you self evaluate yourself on your weak and strong points but it also gives you an idea of how questions are asked.
Kindly visit the link given below to view and download the sample question paper.
Is linear programming there for Jee?
No, linear programming is not there in jee syllabus as in linear programming one has to make graph and using that one has to solve the question but jee is not subjective examination so it is not there.
You can check the complete jee main 2021 syllabus at :-
*Physics and measurement
*Laws of motion
*Work, energy and power
*Properties of solids and liquids
*Oscillations and waves
*Kinetic theory of gases
*Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents
*Magnetic effects of current and magnetism
*Atoms and nuclei
*Dual nature of matter and radiation
*Some basic concepts in chemistry
*Chemical bonding and molecular structure
*States of matter
*Redox reactions and electrochemistry
*Some basic principles of organic chemistry
*Purification and characterisation of organic compounds
*Chemistry in everyday life
*Principles related to practical chemistry
*Organic compounds containing halogens
*Organic compounds containing oxygen
*Organic compounds containing nitrogen
*Classification of elements and periodicity in properties
*Block elements i. e alkali and alkaline earth metals
*P Block elements group 13 to group 18 elements
*d- and f - block elements
*General principles and processes of isolation of metals
* Sets, relations and functions
*Matrices and determinants
*Complex numbers and quadratic equations
*Permutations and combinations
*Limit, continuity and differentiability
*Binomial theorem and its simple applications
*Sequence and Series
*Statistics and probability
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