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JEE Advanced Exam

Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) Exam

How to Crack JEE Advanced

JEE Advanced is an engineering entrance exam conducted by IITs for admissions into under graduate engineering courses. JEE Advanced will be jointly conducted by IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Guwahati, IIT Kanpur, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Madras and IIT Roorkee.

IIT-JEE is has been a most challenging and competitive exam as it assess the aptitude and analytical, logical and reasoning skills of students.

JEE exam is conducted at two levels: JEE Main and JEE Advanced.

The exam is schedule to be held on May 24 and students are under pressure to tackle the exam.

Here are 10 tips that help you plan your reading:

  • Begin your JEE preparation with XII NCERT textbooks. Secondly, solve at least one hour on numerical problems daily from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics

  • JEE question papers are designed to understand your comprehension on the topic. Thus, clear and concentrate on basics

  • Prepare priority list. In the list have a strategic plan of subjects, from tough subject to easy subject and reading time need to be scheduled accordingly

  • Join coaching classes meant for IIT-JEE. These classes guides on the topic to be prepared and which books to refer.

  • While reading analyse which formulas and theoretical concept do you find tough and why. Revise it till you gain confidence on the topic

  • Try to meet the daily target and also ensure to be perfect in whatever you have learnt

  • Opt tough syllabus to read in the beginning and this should be followed by concise notes

  • Time yourself and answer set of questions to improve the time-management

  • Solve old question papers and take up mock test. This enables you to get familiar with the kind of questions to be expected, way to answer and managing the time. Students should solve at least 15-20 sample papers before appearing in the entrance exam

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