Written byRamya Patelkhana
It comprises Main and Advanced exams. JEE preparation can be quite stressful for some students, but they need to know how to deal with the stress to perform better.
Here are some tips for JEE aspirants to handle stress.
A proper timetable and study plan are very important to prepare well for JEE.
Adhering to their schedule will help aspirants in combating stress because it will ensure that they have sufficient time to study or revise all subjects/topics. They need not worry about covering the syllabus.
This will allow them to study/revise at their own pace and boost their confidence level too.
Regular revision and written practice will also help aspirants get a hold on the concepts as well as improve their speed and accuracy. Also, if they have any doubts, students should immediately get them cleared to enhance their understanding of concepts and boost their confidence.
Aspirants must regularly test how effective their preparation is by solving previous papers, mock tests, and test series.
This will help them familiarize with the exam pattern, build confidence, and manage stress. Aspirants can analyze their performance, identify strengths/weaknesses, and make changes to their preparation strategy accordingly.
It's also important not to compare their performance with others' as it will only increase their stress.
Aspirants must avoid procrastination in order to cover the entire syllabus on time. However, they should also avoid studying continuously for long hours and take breaks in between to relax. Eating healthy food and getting sufficient sleep are also important to reduce stress.
Meditation is considered one of the best ways to help students manage stress, improve their health, and focus better.
Also, performing light physical exercises/activities, doing yoga, or playing their favorite sports can help deal with stress. They can also pursue their hobbies in free time.
Apart from the preparation, being optimistic and having a positive mindset is of utmost importance for JEE aspirants.
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