Preparation Strategy for JEE Main 2021 March, April, May Sessions

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Strategy for JEE Main March, April.

As we know, NTA is conducting JEE Main 4 times from 2021, many students are asking how to prepare for JEE Main sessions in March, April and May? Through this blog post we will cover the things you need to keep in mind to prepare well for the JEE Main sessions in March, April and May.

Preparation Strategy for JEE Main March, April, May Sessions

There are some scenarios,

a) Have you attempted the JEE Main February exam?

If yes, what’s your percentile score?

1. Your JEE Main February NTA percentile score is good

If you are getting more than 98 percentile, then your preparation is already going well. You just need to work on a few small areas where you missed out in the paper. Keep on giving online tests, avoid silly mistakes and focus on revision.

You can also solve JEE Advanced level problems, either from previous years papers or coaching modules. Strengthen your concepts and application of logic, if required for any topic or chapter.

2. Your JEE Main February NTA percentile score is very low

You have to work hard my dear student. Adjust your schedule and get ready for intense study sessions. Study your weak topics again. Learn the topics you didn’t study for the first attempt. Make sure you complete the JEE Main syllabus.

Clear all your doubts. Consistently practice questions. Whatever your weak link is, whether it’s speed, accuracy, time management or panic in the exam, improve them now. You need to have good concepts understanding to perform well in Physics and Math.

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b) You have not attempted JEE Main February paper

In this case, you need to continue with your study schedule. During the last month before JEE Main, make a revision time table and revise in short intervals of 40-50 minutes. Solve online mock tests and JEE Main previous years papers, it is of utmost importance.

Will the JEE Main March, April and May sessions be easier or harder than the February?

As per NTA, the difficulty level of all the JEE Main sessions (February, March, April, May) will be the same.

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