How to Prepare for JEE Main? Best Preparation Tips

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Want to know the best preparation tips for JEE Main? Read this blog post by Sakshi Sinha (From NIT, Patna) that covers the useful JEE Main preparation tips for JEE aspirants.

Tips to Prepare for JEE Main

For JEE Main preparation you can follow below points :

  • First of all, clear all the basics in all subjects. Try not to skip topics.
  • In Physics, topics of 12th are more important and I guess 60% questions are from there and they are damn easy. You can easily approach them.
  • In Chemistry, you should go with NCERT. Just read line by line and repeat.
  • For Mathematics, practice is very much important! Formulae should be on your tips (especially in Coordinate Geometry). For practice, you can go with Previous JEE Advanced questions (Single correct) and obvious Previous JEE Main questions too! Since last two years questions asked in mathematics are little bit lengthy, you have to be prepared for that also.
  • You must target at-least 50–60 full syllabus tests (based on JEE Main pattern) before the real examination and the practice test timings should match with real examination timings. First Shift : 09:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Second Shift : 02:30 p.m. to 05:30 p.m.
  • Try to solve previous years online papers.
  • Try to attempt more and more questions as you increase the number of tests. In JEE Main, you have to answer 90 questions in just 3 hours. Do rigorous practice!
  • Time management is also very important in JEE Main exam. These practice tests will help you to analyse yourself and you will get to know about your weak areas so that you can work upon them.
  • Revise regularly what have been taught to you.

Thanks.

All the best 🙂

Sakshi Sinha
NIT, Patna

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How to Prepare for JEE Main? Best Preparation Tips was last modified: January 3rd, 2019 by Sakshi Sinha