The Joint Entrance Examination – Main 2022’s first session is expected to be held in the month of March this year. The date for the exam is not final and due to pandemic and current scenario you can expect changes. The exam will be held for admissions to various engineering colleges across the country. It also acts as a qualifying exam for JEE Advanced conducted for admission to IITs across the country. With about one and a half months left for the exam, you need to have a planned schedule and follow effective tips so that the hard work you have put in while preparing for the exam, gives you the desired result. This has become more important because in current times, nothing can be predicted about the exam and planning will help you remain focused instead of getting distracted due to the stress.
In this article we will be suggesting some effective tips and preparation strategies of how you should plan and prioritise your studies before the exam. This will give you the much needed extra edge for your last few days of JEE Main preparation. Before beginning with the tips and strategies, there are certain things that you need to keep in mind. Never forget that, no preparation is the final preparation. An exam like JEE Main which is also considered as one of the toughest exams of our country never fails to surprise us. Hence, you need to be prepared really well to achieve desired results.
Your motto for the upcoming days needs to be Focus and Revision. Below you will find some of the tips and preparation strategies for the upcoming days in order to give your best in the exam.
Follow a conceptual study plan: With the syllabus of the exam being wide enough, and not many days left for the exam, it’s time for you to revise your syllabus conceptually. This will help you get the wider or deeper knowledge of the chapters. And most importantly, it will help you analyse the questions better during the exam.
Introspect and Analyse: Along with knowing your strengths you must also know your weak points. It is better to avoid any new topic that wasn;t prepared well in the past two years as investing extra efforts in new concepts might not give you a very good result but investing that time in improving some of the weak points of a topic of your interest might help you master that. Segregate the topics according to your strengths and weaknesses and try to work more on the part you are good at. This will give you a clearer picture during the exam of what questions needed to be attempted and how much time should be invested in the question.
Plan and Execute: Plan your upcoming days beforehand so that you don’t miss anything important. Make sure to divide your time effectively between revision and mocks along with rest hours to keep your mind fresh. Don’t overdo it in the panic of finishing the revision early. This might lead to losing concentration and hence the revision won’t be worth it. Therefore, trust and follow the plan you prepared for yourself.
Clear your Doubts: Don’t push your doubts to be cleared till the last day. Start clearing your doubts already as more the number of doubts the better is your preparation. And you need to clear them before time and should never hesitate in seeking help from others. It will only waste your precious time which you could have used to achieve those extra marks.
Also, learn and stick to your strengths and work on them to achieve your level best. With only a few days left till the students finally face the much-awaited JEE Main 2022 exam, don’t panic and believe in yourself and your preparation. There might be chances of changes in exam date or exam scenario but you only need to focus on your preparation and everything else is secondary. Even if there are changes or multiple news doing rounds for the exam, the exam will eventually happen when it is supposed to happen. So avoid getting distracted and ace your preparation.
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