JEE Main 2020 exam will be conducted in the month of January and April by National Testing Agency in computer-based mode. You can solve and practice JEE Main mock test at NTA website, registered centres (schools and colleges) or join an online test series.
How to Solve/ Practice Computer-Based Tests for JEE Main 2020?
Here are the tips to solve and practice JEE Main computer-based tests in January and April 2020.
- Get comfortable with a computer (If you have not done yet). Create an exam like environment at home.
- Don’t allow any distractions coming in your way when you attempt an online mock test. If needed, lock yourself in the room for the test duration. Keep a water bottle with you.
- When you sit for JEE Main CBT (online test), once you’re logged in, take a moment to relax and get focused.
- Read the instructions carefully (will be the same in online mock tests and JEE Main exam).
- Set the question for review later (Mark for Review and Next) if you get stuck at any question and have a half idea only. Going back to the reviewed question will be much easier in CBT mode.
- Remember that anytime you can change your answer easily by selecting a different option. But you should not waste too much time on this and just do a quick rewind during the last 15-20 mins.
- Keep the focus when you are using rough sheets for calculation to avoid silly mistakes.
- For your convenience, there will be a timer (Time Left) on the computer screen during the test. Sometimes it can make you edgy and nervous, so avoid thinking about it too much while solving the questions. Just make sure you devote enough time for each section as planned.
When you are in front of the computer and JEE Main exam begins, don’t worry about any other thing. If you have practiced enough online mock tests, there is nothing extra you need to do at the day of JEE Main computer-based examination.
To ace JEE Main computer-based exam, solve as many online mock tests as possible. You can practice JEE Main computer based tests in JEE Main 2020 Online Crash Course.
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