Cracking the JEE main exam is not a hard job if you have cleared your all the doubts. Many students take tension before the exam without any reason. They think that what will happen to them if they can’t clear the exam. In India there are many engineering exams, which you can give after the 12th class, so you don’t need to be worry just prepare well.
Below are some of the tips from our side. These tips will helps you a lot.
Start replicating the exact time table you will follow on the day of JEE Main 2018. Start waking up at exactly the same time, and work towards a routine to ensure your body and mind gets tuned in to this pattern.
Revision is one of the most effective ways of learning. Revise as much as you can. Focus on all the concepts you have learned in the past two years and mastered them. Before starting your revision have a look at the JEE Main 2018 syllabus.
Several years of experience with students have proved that one of the best value-added activity for JEE preparation is to give previous JEE-Advanced papers exactly between 9 am to 12 noon and 2 pm to 5 pm in the days leading up to it.
Go to sleep for at least 7 hours but do not exceed 8 hours of sleep each day.
Stay relaxed, yet focused. Temperament plays a vital role for success in IIT-JEE. Nervousness can decrease performance to such an extent that a student who expects and has the potential to get a top rank in JEE, fails to even qualify.
Always start with your favorite subject and keep the weakest subject for the end. Usually, students prefer to start with Chemistry (Do this only if you are good in chemistry, otherwise not) and finish it off within 40 minutes. Then, go for Physics and finish it off within 60 minutes. Devote the remaining time i.e. 80 minutes for Maths.
Avoid common mistakes. For example, while attempting one question, don’t think of any other question. This negatively impacts your speed while solving a certain question. Also, understand the question very clearly. Negative marking can severely impact your rank.
Taking a totally un-calculated risk in guessing an answer can prove to be disastrous. Instead, go in for a deterministic rather than probabilistic approach.
We wishes you all the best for your preparation.
The article is provided by JEE Main website.