JEE Main 2020: One month preparation strategy for JEE Main

JEE Main 2020: One month preparation strategy for JEE Main

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The current health crisis of the COVID-19 epidemic has also left a serious impact on the education sector. While the previously scheduled competitive examinations have been postponed, the NTA has released a new schedule to conduct JEE Main Phase 2 from 18 to 23 July 2020. JEE Main is required to enter the most prestigious institute (IIT) with millions of prestigious candidates. Although considered the best of the two phases of JEE Main 2020, the top 2.5 lakh candidates have a chance to appear for the JEE Advanced Exam 2020, which is to be conducted on 23 August 2020. Admission to IITs will be on the basis of category – wise in JEE (Advanced) subject to All India Rank (AIR) terms will be mentioned in JEE (Advanced) -2020 website.

While students and serious candidates have an extended preparation time that must be used in a careful manner, the need of the hour is to use the extra time productively and plan the preparation in a consistent manner.

Read more to check the one-month preoperation plan for JEE Main 2020.

Smart Preparation Tips in the last hour

The most important to succeed in JEE is a smart action plan that covers the entire syllabus well in time. Although most serious candidates will have covered the entire course by now, following effective and strategic means will yield better results.

Use of time – After analyzing the confusion and wrong attempts and weak areas from Phase 1 of JEE Main, candidates need to start working on these areas without wasting time to improve their performance. Along with better evaluation of current preparations, a strategic timetable will help in gaining a better insight. All subjects need to be given equal attention and hence the remaining weeks for all three subjects should be judged wisely.

  • Create a feasible schedule for revision at the micro level – subject wise and chapter wise.
  • Making handwritten notes and listing the formulas will help in quick revision during the last few days before the exam.

Follow a reputable source – Start preparing from NCERT books. Undoubtedly, NCERT books form the basis of JEE Main and JEE Advanced. These basic books form a good conceptual foundation and are easy to understand. Identify topics that you have difficulty memorizing the formulas to solve the questions. Follow the question banks from reputed sources and solve them in a reputable way which helps in efficient practice for the main 2020.

Focus on your goal – Successful candidates always learn from their weak areas and hence focusing on these areas will definitely help. Having a systematic revision plan with proper time management will be the key to your success. Rigorous practice has been found useful and students learn from their mistakes and avoid repeating them.

Concept clarity Instead of keeping your concepts clear, just focus on mug. This step should be used for problem resolution, improving deadlines for solving difficult questions and understanding your strengths and overcoming your weaknesses. Building confidence and the right exam temperament is the key to score better in the actual exam.

Online mock test – Attempting rigorous revision and multiple mock tests will help you to connect well with the topics, develop concept clarity and keep you well updated with the current trends and patterns of JEE Main exam. MyPAT Online provides full use of previous year papers, online mock tests, doubt clearing sessions, and expert opinion that will provide a real-time analysis.

Exam-appropriate strategy

Sometimes smart work takes hard work and strategically preparing ensures better performance than peers. Adaptability and fast response to questions come with regular practice and hence making the most of the available time in revision helps in better scoring.

Pay more attention to flashing powers by frequent revisions to correct concepts. Making self-written notes helps one to memorize formulas, tips and tricks and helps a lot during the preparation of JEE and is easy to modify.

By taking some time to relax or relax, the brain is prepared to remember things learned at your fingertips. Stay calm but do not stay focused as temperament plays a key role in your success in JEE.

Finally, it is relative performance that will be counted when it comes to your All India rank. So, give in your best and you will enter JEE.

all the very best !

Disclaimer: This article has been written by FIITJEE expert Ramesh Battleish.


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