The National Test Agency is all set to conduct the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2020. A sample/mock test will be available on JEE Main 2020 website in October/November 2019 for practise and to give the candidate look and feel of the CBT.
In order to help students, the NTA has established a Test Practise Centres spread all over India and train themselves before the examination for the CBT mode of examinations. To know the nearest Test Practice Centre, please see the website https://www.nta.ac.in
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Time Management: Students must have to allocate the time for preparing for the entrance exam. Time management plays a crucial role. Allocate the available time into each subject. While doing calculations in mathematics, use short methods and skip unimportant steps to save your time. Avoid using calculators for calculations in order to increase your speed and strike rate.
Solve Easy Questions: Try to solve easy and average questions first, as it will help you immensely to get through. Go in for the toughest ones later.
Analyse Weak Parts: Analysing those areas where you are taking much time to solve the problems is the best exam preparation tips for JEE. Analyse the sections where you take a lot of time and keep an eye on sections where you are the best. While practising papers keep an eye on the mistakes you have made in the first paper.
Appear For Theory Part First: First, go through the theoretical questions and then for calculative questions. During the first 15 minutes of the exam avoid attempting numerical questions.
Practice Quality Questions: The more you practice, the perfect you will become, and you will be more confident to attend more questions. Practice quality questions more, as doing a hundred quality questions is better than doing thousands of questions.
Try Till You Succeed: Trying till you succeed is another factor that would make your effort fruitful. While looking at problematic areas, try conventional methods first and if they do not work then try to understand the problem again. Try till your limits get exhausted and then refer to the solution.
Solve Old Question Paper: Referring the old questions papers just to understand the important parts of the syllabus. Also, try not to miss put on anything, as the knowledge you will grab from those topics will not get wasted.
Keep Time For Revision: Try to finish the paper before the time, so that in the end you get time to revise your paper. It's good that you know almost all the answers, but revision is a must. In fact, while revising if you find any mistakes, it would be good for you to correct it.
Practice The Format: The format of the JEE is entirely different from the secondary board exams. Practising more and more questions in MCQ format is the most suitable exam preparation tip. There is negative marking in an exam, so confirm before marking the answers.
Avoid Guesses And Unnecessary Steps: While attempting questions, avoid random guesses as much as you can. If you are finding it difficult to crack a question, do not waste too much time on it. In the end, what matters the most is the correct answer and not the steps.