Hardly, two weeks are left for the aspirants to take one of the prestigious engineering entrance examinations in the country, JEE. The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), conducted for admission to NITs, IITs and other engineering institutions spread across the country, is all set to start its selection process with the JEE Main in the month of April.
We know that the JEE is a highly competitive entrance examination for engineering aspirants in the country, which has less than 20 percent success rate. Out of the total JEE aspirants, more than eighty percent are freshers who dream to qualify at the first attempt. This is not a tough job because hundreds of students have cleared the exam in the first attempt. However, clear planning and execution of strategy is required to do so. Here are the tips for freshers to do in the last week!
Solve The Practice Papers
Compared to others, freshers have less experience in tackling the tough questions in JEE. Only practice canend this situation. Here you will learn how to solve them in less time.
Attempt Mock Tests
Obviously, freshers are not exposed to the examination process. If you want to crack the exam, you should be familiar with the test format and everything. Attempting the full-length mock test will help you better.
Do A SWOT Analysis
You need to assess yourself before going to the exam. Identify your strengths and weaknesses in this last week and try to rectify them. This will also increase your precision.
Never Ignore Class 11 Topics
One should give equal importance to the topics in Class 11 and Class 12. Though you are more focused on Class 12 because of the board exam, you should understand that the JEE paper has weightage for Class 11 also.
Solve Previous Years' Question Papers
If you feel you have less experience in the JEE, solve the previous year's question papers. This is the only difference between you and the seniors. It will also help you to figure out the questions for this year.
Keep Basics On Fingertips
One should keep all the basic concepts on their fingertips. Compared to seniors, you have one advantage in memorising the basic concepts that you have prepared for the board exam recently.
Focus on Theory
You feel that your seniors are ahead in understanding the question format. No need to worry, we willgive you the trick. The JEE puts questions on both numerical and theory. However, if you're good at theories then you can solve numerical questions also.
Don't Take Stress
Almost all the competitive examinations are tricky and play with test-takers strategically. As a fresher you should never encourage stress in the last week of exam preparation.
We've identified these tips for freshers who feel less motivated after observing the seniors. After all, how can these tips can restrict you when you're committed and devoted for years to crack the JEE exam!