Well, it is not news that Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) - specially the Advanced one, has the reputation of being one of the toughest exams for engineering aspirants. JEE Advanced 2021, the final step to entering the famed IIT institutions of the country, is to happen on 3rd July. Here are a few steps that will help students excel at this Engineering Entrance examination:
Taking routine mock tests
Time management and planning is essential to crack JEE exams. Amrita University has for the same reason hosted a JEE practice mock test portal that will aid aspiring JEE students in getting familiar with the exam pattern. Students can also get a practice on appearing for the exams using computers, as opposed to the conventional paper and pencil method.
With periodic JEE practice tests online that will include questions similar to past exams and what might be expected in this year’s exam, the aim of the portal is to help test takers get acquainted with the different types of JEE practice questions from all domains.
Students can practice test-taking strategies, such as time management, by appearing for a mock test with timed conditions and get an idea about the scoring. This will help them refine their test-taking skills and methods. Once each practice test is completed, students can check the correct answers and analyse where they had gone wrong. With score analysis tools and reports available on the portal, the student will get an accurate picture of her/his progress.
In this free JEE entrance exam online mock test platform, the tests will be scheduled periodically and students will be informed by way of email and SMS. Post each JEE practice paper, students get a clear understanding of their score in each subject that will help them to start preparing accordingly.
Follow a strict routine
With so many exams following up back-to-back, routines are essential to make sure you do not compromise with important results like your board examination while also steadily preparing for your JEE ones. Similarly, all subjects should be given enough attention too. This can be done by allotting time for each, based on the efficiency level of the students. Especially during the revision phase, the subjects and topics you are comfortable with can be given smaller time slots as the rest need more improvement and practice.
Undivided focus on Physics, Chemistry and Maths is also essential while deciding your routine. Devoting the entire month before the exam for JEE Advance preparation will also be possible, as all other exams will be done by then. Expert reports suggest that 5-6 hours of planned and effective study will result in students passing the JEE Advance exam on average.
Implementing all this, students can ensure their preparation for JEE examinations is on the right track and they perform to their best.