Now that JEE Main exam is postponed, how should I study to get good marks in the JEE Main? What could be the new revised strategy for JEE in an uncertain situation (COVID-19 pandemic)?
These are some of the questions JEE aspirants are asking right now. In this post, I will tell you the study plan and preparation strategy to follow for JEE Main and JEE Advanced when you don’t know when the exams will happen.
Study Plan for JEE After Exam Postponed
- Stay calm and not lose your focus on studies.
- Make a new revision plan to revise complete syllabus.
- Don’t get distracted by outside factors, news and social media.
- Don’t become complacent thinking that the exam is delayed but your preparation is already complete.
- An additional opportunity for aspirants whose syllabus is not completed yet.
- Join a short online course to keep JEE preparation on track.
- Practice new mock tests as per the exam pattern.
- Follow COVID-19 appropriate behaviour.
Stay calm and not lose your focus on studies
Some students get stressed, tired and frustrated due to delay in exams which is understandable seeing them preparing for a long time. You have to realize that the situation is not right to conduct the exam. It’s for your own health and safety. Stay calm and confident. A relaxed mind will tend to focus more on studies than the one with uncertainty and anxiety.
Make a new revision plan to revise complete syllabus
Revision is a key part of JEE preparation. Now when you have more time in hand due to the delay of exam, make a new revision plan to cover the full JEE syllabus. Do revision in short blocks, like 40-60 minutes sessions, where you can revise theory and solve some problems.
Don’t get distracted by outside factors, news and social media
The situation outside is very difficult due to COVID-19. There are news everywhere on TV and social media about the pandemic. You’ll feel bad about everything but as a student, things are not on your hand. You just hope everything comes back to normal soon. So don’t get distracted and focus on your job, which is to study for the exam.
Don’t become complacent thinking that the exam is delayed but your preparation is already complete
“Whenever you are wasting time, someone somewhere is getting smarter than you.” JEE is a competitive exam between lakhs of students. Only a few thousands will get good ranks and get admission in top colleges. Majority of JEE aspirants preparation is over by now but still they are studying, practicing hard, trying to improve their marks.
An additional opportunity for aspirants whose syllabus is not completed yet
The postponement of JEE exam has given an additional opportunity to those aspirants whose syllabus is not completed yet, either due to starting the JEE preparation late or studying for Boards exams till now. Make the best use of this time by strengthening your concepts, practicing questions and solving previous year papers.
Join a short online course to keep JEE preparation on track
Many students nowadays are studying for JEE in online mode from IIT qualified experienced teachers at the comfort of their home. Joining an online crash course will ensure you learn something everyday under the guidance of teachers who will continuously monitor your progress.
Practice new mock tests as per the exam pattern
Practice new mock tests or already solved tests as per JEE exam pattern to improve your chances of performing well in the exam. Use test analysis to find your weak areas, silly mistakes and suggestions to increase your score in upcoming tests.
Follow COVID-19 appropriate behaviour
Take all precautions and follow guidelines to stay safe from the Corona virus. Make sure all your members in the family do the same. Eat nutritious food, do regular exercise and have a good sleep at night. It will help you in concentrating more on your studies, revision and exam preparation.
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