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Are you ready for JEE Advanced 2013 held on 2nd June

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Are you ready for JEE Advanced 2013?
With only two days left for JEE Advanced 2013 exam, aspiring student prepared well for the exam to score excellent marks to get admission in IITs for engineering courses.

Around 1.5 lakh candidates are eligible to take the JEE Advanced exam on 2nd June. But, only 1.26 lakh candidates filled the JEE Advanced online application form.

CBSE board has still not declared the minimum eligibility cut off score for state board students. JEE, a gateway to the IITs.

As per the 2-tier exam process, JEE (Main) qualifiers are also required to fall in the Top 20 percentile of their respective boards for taking JEE (Advanced).

Last Minute tips for Exam:

  • It's time to revise. So, time your practice sessions accordingly.Devote some time to relax yourself and stay calm.
  • Prepare a time strategy to answer the papers.
  • Remember the format of the papers very clearly.
  • Do not answer in questions in haste.
  • JEE Advanced exam papers carries negative marking for wrong answers, so be careful while attempting to answer the multiple choice questions. This is the section to fetch maximum marks, but avoid making blind guesses.
  • Believe in yourself, do not panic, take the IIT entrance exam as you have appeared all your exams earlier in school and boards.
  • Visit the venue of the test if you are not very familiar with the city geography.
  • Keep adequate time in your hand while leaving for the exam center on the exam day.
  • Double check your admit card, identity proof and writing instruments.
  • Have proper sleep the night before the exam.
  • After the exam, visit www.careerindia.com for question papers analysis and experts answers.

Last but not Least:

  • Attempt questions carefully as there is negative marking system. Remember that its chapters with high weightage that you should prepare and finish first. This will not only complete your preparation to a great extent, but also give you much needed confidence to boost your morale.
  • Try to complete the whole syllabus well in time for the HSC board exam so that you have enough time for revision. This will also give you a head start when you start preparing for NEET after board exam is over.

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