Preparation Tips to Crack JEE MAIN Exam 2021 in February

JEE Main 2021 Preparation Tips: The National Testing Agency is all set to conduct the Joint Entrance Examination (Main) in four sessions. The JEE Main registration process is already underway on the official website- Examination dates are also announced by the NTA. The examination for the February session is scheduled to be held across the country from 23 February to 26 February.

Thus, candidates who are registered to appear in the February session have only two months to prepare for the exam. However, this series has much more to do than solve test series and revise textbooks. We have prepared a list of important study tips and preparation guidelines to crack the exam on the first attempt.

For those candidates who really aim to get admission in UG Engineering, Architecture, and Planning degree courses through JEE Main, these last few days are very important before the exam. Referring to the syllabus of JEE Main said that very little time is left.

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JEE Main Admit Card is expected to be released during the second week of February. Should focus on subjects that are weak at first. Take the most time out of the first six or seven days to clear up confusion in such topics and be prepared to devote the remaining time to implementing the smart study suggestions we are suggesting.

There have been some changes in the JEE Main Exam Pattern. For example, each subject of the exam now has two sections. In the second section, candidates have the option to choose 5 out of 10 questions. This section consists of numerical value type questions and candidates have to attempt five out of ten optional questions. Thus, candidates should capitalize on this opportunity to get higher marks.

Practice NVT questions from JEE Main Mock Test. Candidates should ensure that they get maximum practice in solving science subject-based numerical problems to get full marks in these sections.

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There are MCQ-type questions in section A of each subject of JEE Main. Candidates should note that the JEE Main exam was earlier conducted on the basis of MCQ type questions only. As such, there is a good chance that the candidates can complete the questions repeated in previous years.

Therefore, a useful strategy is to refer to the previous year question papers of JEE Main and list the most important topics from which MCQ type questions are asked in the exam. Focus on preparing these subjects extensively to improve the number of good efforts in the first section of each subject.

Candidates should note that admission to UG courses is based on JEE score. Therefore, those wishing to get admission in the top colleges have to get a high position in the merit list of JEE Main.

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Such candidates should be well versed in the basic principles of science subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, even able to answer difficult or unusual questions. Therefore, candidates should extensively revise important principles, concepts, relationships, formulas, and problem-solving methods. With a clear understanding, candidates can attempt all the five NVT questions in Section B of each subject as there is no negative marking in this section.

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One of the most important strategies to achieve a good number of good attempts in the exam is proper time management. The duration of the exam is only 3 hours, in which candidates have to attempt 75 questions. Candidates should be able to memorize important mathematical and scientific formulas to solve questions quickly. We advise candidates to prepare and revise a chart/note of the most important formulas, scientific equations, relations, etc. every day before the examination.

A final but extremely useful suggestion for JEE Main is to go through the solved sample papers for the exam. In this way, candidates can cover a wide range of topics and specific questions within a short period of time. JEE can also refer to the previous year’s paper in conjunction with the main answer key to serve the same purpose.