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JEE Main: Revision & Practice

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The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main is usually the dream exam of all the engineering aspirants in India. However, it is not just any other entrance exam but is believed to be one of the toughest engineering entrance exams not only in India but across the globe. With its gigantic syllabus and huge number of students applying for the exam makes the competition fierce with lesser seats available. The success rate of this exam is less than 2%. Therefore, the preparation to crack JEE Main also needs to be done very well. 

Good practice and timely revision is the key to a successful preparation. For an exam like JEE Main, it is very important to remember the basic facts and concepts of a chapter. And since there are a lot of topics, you need to be well prepared and have a good revision. This will help you recall the important things on your exam day. If you strategize your preparation well, It will make your past learnings effective and recognizable during the exam.

A good revision not only helps you recognize the questions and answer them well but also helps and improve your overall performance during the exam. As with marking one after the other answer correct and recalling their concepts boosts your confidence. With security and confidence that you get, your performance certainly gets better and you are able to make the most of those hours you spend in the exam hall. You definitely are saved with that extra time lost worrying about not recalling the right concept for a question or getting distracted due to unnecessary pressure of not being able to perform well. The more you practice the more your confidence is boosted and anxiety level goes down. And you are able to give more effort in the exam hall. 

The syllabus of JEE Main is vast as it covers the topics of two years of syllabus of your High School. JEE Main syllabus is in the line of your class 11th and 12th syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Which means that something you have studied in the beginning of class 11th is also going to appear as a question in the exam which will be held two years later, at the end of your class 12th. Hence the preparation needs to be well planned and focused. With spending a good amount of time revising the topics and practising the questions, you will get used to the exam hall atmosphere. The more you practise, there are chances that you come across a question of a similar line as asked in the exam. This will help you in saving time and scoring those extra marks. In the end, it is always a good revision and practice that gives you the fruitful results that you desire.

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