JEE MAIN: LAST MINUTE STRATEGY
JEE MAIN: LAST MINUTE STRATEGY
As JEE Main 2018 is just 7 days away, it’s time to shift gears of your preparation for the coveted Engineering Entrance Exam. Now when there’s hardly few days left, it can be assumed that your basic preparation is over. The focus has to be shifted now to Revision, Practice and Deciding the test day approach. This article elaborates about the Guidelines for Preparation and how best to utilize these remaining 7 days. With this goal, I present to you Top 5 Tips on preparation for this last 7 days before JEE Main 2018. I hope this “JEE Mains 2018 Last Days Preparation Tips” will certainly help you in drawing an overview of the Do’s & Don’ts to be followed in these last few days & cracking the Exam with flying colors.
Tip #1: Solve Previous Year Papers
By this time, you must have completed JEE Main Syllabus, which means that you must solve questions that appeared in Previous Years. Solving Previous Years Papers is the most essential task that one must start in these remaining few days if he/she wants to excel in JEE Main Exam. By solving JEE Main Sample Papers, you will “Learn Time Management and Technique” to complete the paper on time. It will provide you an insight into the type of questions as well.
Solving these model papers will give you a fair idea about how the actual entrance exam will be. Your question-solving speed will also be improved.
“Solving mock tests is very important to be habitual on the day of exam. It will prevent panic situations and will give you confidence as well.”
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Tip #2: Strengthen Important & Key Concepts
This is the time when you should be working towards strengthening the most important topics of each subject – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. It is seen that all topics don’t carry more marks. Devoting much of your time on such topics that carry comparatively more weightage is recommended. Practice such topics more because if you have Understood the Concept behind these key topics well, then you will be able to solve a major part of the question paper correctly, which will ultimately lead you towards a Good Score.
“Devote your time to topics as per their weightage from the examination point of view.”
Tip #3: Do Not Start any New Topic
Now that there is only 7 days left for the BIG DAY, you should not start any new topic. During this Short Duration, you would Neither be Able to Grasp it Well Nor will it Help you during the exam. You should rather utilize this time in revision. This will help you in avoiding a lot of Confusion and Easing your Stress Level.
“Leave out the uncomfortable areas and select the questions carefully.”
Tip #4: Finalize your Test Taking Strategy
You have to manage time delicately during the actual exam. With a standard number of mock tests, you must have recognized the strategy or the test taking methodology, which suits you the best.
By now, you should have a Final Strategy in Hand which must include the following points:-
- Section to start with
- Time to allot in each section
- Time to allot for each question
- Buffer time for revision and attempting questions that were left earlier
- Selecting back up questions to attempt in case your shortlisted questions turn out to be time consuming
“The best strategy is to take up first what you are best at. Do as much of that as possible. After that, move on to the test area you are ‘second-best’ at.”
Tip #5: Avoid Distractions & Take Care of your Health
This 7 days’ time is the time to focus on your studies only, as all the other things can wait a little bit. Don’t let any distraction come in your way during these decisive days of preparation. You can always get back on social networks and friends, but this precious time should only be dedicated for studies. Playing some sports occasionally or listening to soft music is recommended if you are feeling stressful after long hours of studies.
Doing Meditation to stay calm is also an amazing stress-buster. Maintaining Good Health is essential. If you are not taking proper care of your health, then you may fall sick, and suffer from weakness, headache or fever. This may disrupt your JEE Main Preparation.
“Focus on your health, eat properly and sleep well.”
(Appear for JEE Main 2018 with a Positive Approach. All the Best to all Aspirants!)
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