Joint Entrance Exam is one of the toughest exams in all over India. The exam is conducted to get admission in best engineering institutes of India including all the IITs and NITs. It has 2 phases - JEE Main (I & II) & JEE Advanced
According to JEE Main Result, lakhs of students are selected for the second phase. This selection process is called JEE Advanced.
If you want to crack the JEE Advanced 2020 Exam to ensure your entry in IITs then, you must need a lot of hard work and sincere preparation. In the last week of the exam, you should revise all the important topics for all three subjects, which you’ve covered.
Here, we are providing the Last-Minute Preparation Tips of JEE Advanced Exam for those students who want to get admission in Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). So, stay connected with Eduncle and read further below.
Below we are giving important dates as per JEE Advanced Notification 2020. You should remember these days while preparing for the exam for being on track.
|1||JEE Advanced Dates of Online Registration||1st Week of May 2020|
|2||Last Date for Online Registration||2nd Week of May 2020|
|3||JEE Advanced Exam Date||17th May 2020|
|4||JEE Advanced Result Date||3rd Week of June 2020|
JEE Advanced 2020 Exam consists of two objective type papers. If the first one hasn't gone well, don't panic! Keep calm and give best in your second paper. Each paper includes Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics questions. There are three separate sections in both papers (Paper 1 & Paper 2).
It is very important to know the Last Minute Preparation Tips for JEE Advanced because many students make few mistakes in their preparation. So, we are providing some vital tips below, that will help you to avoid those mistakes and crack the exam.
You always need to know your strength and weakness for any test preparation. Like, if you are strong in Physics, average in Chemistry and totally clueless in Mathematics, then you should start your Last-Minute Preparation for JEE Advanced from Physics so that you can save your time for the preparation of Mathematics.
This is important because it helps you in creating a plan to turn your weakness into strengths and improve your strengths even further.
There is no use of studying if you don’t remember the topics you studied during your JEE Advanced Preparation. Humans’ memory fades away gradually if they don’t revise them. Without proper revision, you will not be able to commemorate things in our mind. It plays a very big role in your preparation, so it is very important.
You devote many months to complete your syllabus, which can’t be covered in just a few hours. So, you should spend the remaining last few days for revision and cover all the topics which you have studied. You should not start any new topics that you haven’t studied because it creates confusion and wastes your time too.
It is impossible to cover complete JEE Advanced Syllabus 2020. So, you should practice all the topics, which would cover 80% of the questions in the exam. To optimize your last minute preparation for JEE Advanced, the best strategy is to focus on those topics, from which you can get more score, which is easy to understand for you or which can be studied faster. You should try to use short but simple tricks.
In the remaining last days of the exam, you have less time and you wouldn’t be able to cover all the topics. Therefore, you should focus on important topics, which are given below and have more weightage from other topics in the Advanced Exam.
Important Topics for Physics
Mechanics, Electricity & Magnetism
Ray Optics, Wave Optics
Heat and Thermodynamics, Waves (Specially Sound Waves)
Error & Measurements
Important Topics for Chemistry
Chemical Kinetics, Electrochemistry
General Organic Chemistry
Properties of atoms
Important Topics for Mathematics
Although, this exam will not ask you any formulas, theorems, and reactions directly while most of the questions are based on it. Sometimes, even you are confident in concepts, you can miss some questions because of the formulas, theorems just skipped from your mind and you wouldn’t be able to attempt those questions fairly.
So, you should always concentrate on formula, theorems, and reactions to get good marks in the exam.
During the last days or a week before the exam, you should solve JEE Advanced Previous Years’ Question Papers and practice mock test series. If you have prepared well then you can easily solve the previous papers. The mock test should be best used to develop your own strategy.
After solving the mock tests and previous papers, you can analyze each question that didn’t go right and try to improve them to avoid the mistakes in the actual exam. When you solve the papers, you will find that some topics are not so strong. It will help you to take the correct direction for your JEE Advanced Preparation and you can improve your weaker sections to get higher marks.
You should clear your doubts with your teachers, friends, or previous aspirants. Also, many sites provide you to discuss your doubts with experts. If you clear your basic concepts along with your preparation simultaneously, you can have better chances to clear the exam.
JEE Advanced Exam Paper is not about solving all the questions which are asked, it is about solving the maximum number of questions accurately within the given interval of time. If you are unable to solve a question, please don’t waste your time on the same and move on to the next question. You should try to solve easy questions first and complete your test within the specified time.
Throughout the last days of the exam, you should be free from negativity and must sleep for 7-8 hours to take complete rest. This is the time to give your preparation a stress-free final touch, so you can go for exam freely, hopefully, and confidently.
We hope, now you have cleared your doubts with the help of last-minute preparation tips for JEE Advance Exam. However, if you have any query in your mind then you can ask our experts via dropping them into the comment box below.
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