How to Effectively Clear JEE Exam?

The Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) attempted by over twelve lakh students from all over India is one of the most pristine entrance exams in the country. JEE grants admission to engineering aspirants in more than 31 NITs, 23 IIITs, and 23 CFTIs. For a student who aims to pursue engineering in an esteemed institute, JEE is the path to take and it is not an easy road to tread on. The exam requires extensive preparation and devotion and can be cracked with the help of some key tips which are proved to be helpful to many batches of JEE aspirants.

Competitive exam on a large scale like the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) plays a very crucial role in a student’s career and a better to good score in these examinations can help them secure a good institution of education as well as provide them with better exposure to the competitive world ahead.

The Joint Entrance Exam is a national-level competitive exam conducted in two phases over the course of the academic year. The first phase or the JEE Main is an entry-level exam with a moderately lower level of difficulty and grants admission in institutions like IIT. The JEE Advanced is the next level of examination that a student qualifies for after clearing the JEE Main. The JEE Advance allows the students to be eligible for more prestigious engineering schools in India.

Since lakhs of students appear for this examination, it is important to be very well versed with the exam pattern and the syllabus and equally confident about your own preparation before attempting the exam and stepping into the competitive world. It is also important to keep these tips in mind to help ace the JEE and secure a good rank and percentile.

  1. Familiarize yourself with the paper pattern

The Joint Entrance Exam or JEE which is a national level engineering exam is divided into two sections: the JEE Main and the JEE Advanced. On clearing the JEE Main, it is compulsory to appear for the JEE Advanced examination in order to secure a seat in the IIT’s.

  • The JEE is conducted through an online mode in both levels of the exam. The students are given examination centers that provide them with the software and hardware to attempt the exam.
  • The paper is three hours long and has both MCQ-based and non-MCQ-based questions. For the MCQ questions, which are a total of 60 questions, there are four marks allotted for every correct answer while one mark is deducted for every wrong answer. The unattempted questions do not get or lose any marks. 15 questions will be non-MCQ type having a numerical answer which needs to be deducted. Such questions also gain the student a total of four marks for correct answers while there is no negative marking for either wrong or unattempted answers. To questions.
  • The total paper is worth 300 marks for JEE Main while the examination for JEE Advanced which is also online, consists of 2 papers worth three hours each, making it a total examination of six hours.
  • The questions in the JEE examination are derived from physics, chemistry, and mathematics and are based on the topics from class eleventh and twelfth.

Students can refer to the question papers available online to get an idea of the types of questions asked in the JEE exam. The physics and chemistry questions are said to be comparatively easier than the mathematics ones. It is important to familiarize yourself with the paper pattern before starting preparation to get an idea of the strong points is it MCQ questions or the subjective questions with the numerical values. Students can refer to the JEE Main Maths Important Questions with Solutions to know the difficulty of the question paper.

  1. How to start the preparation

Start the preparation for the Joint Entrance Exam through the NCERT textbooks prescribed for class eleventh and twelfth first. The questions asked in this entrance exam are more or less based on the topics from the CBSE prescribed NCERT books. Therefore the base or the foundation of these topics must be made strong before moving on to solve questions of more difficulty on the same topic. The most common mistake made by students who aim to crack JEE is to start the preparation from reference books with much higher difficulty levels. These books make them confused from the very beginning and do not allow for the strengthening of the foundations of the subject or the topic.

Most of the questions asked in the JEE paper are derived from the NCERT question bank and thoroughly preparing these textbooks can provide a great advantage to students hoping to clear the exam. However, after grasping and understanding the topic and the concept from the NCERT books, students can move to reference books available for JEE to practice more questions and delve into the more practical knowledge-based questions that aren’t available in the NCERT. Furthermore, questioning the material studied and challenging the concepts can help students take a step towards furthering their knowledge which will give them a lead from their peers.

Another great tip that can be applied while preparing for the examination is to solve a large number of questions for the same topic. At least 100 different questions can be solved for a single concept using question banks and previous year papers available in books and online. Solving multiple questions can help reduce the chances of a new type of question whose format and method of solving is unknown to be asked as the student becomes familiar with almost all types of questions that can be framed from the topic. This also helps the students become very well acquainted with the topic and not hesitate in solving questions from the same topic during the exam. The method of solving multiple problems also opens the students to various approaches towards finding the solution to one problem and enhancing their problem-solving abilities which can be very beneficial for the overall paper.

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