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12 Oct 2018

#CareerBytes: Experts and toppers' tips to crack the IIT-JEE exam

Experts and toppers' tips to crack IIT-JEE exam

The JEE entrance exam is the ultimate test for any engineering aspirant in India.

Clearing the two-level test is vital for getting admission to the the coveted IITs, NITs, and other top engineering schools.

However, good news is, with dedicated and resourceful preparation, one can crack it.

Here are experts and toppers' tips to crack the JEE exam.

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Experts and toppers' tips to crack IIT-JEE exam
Formulate a study strategy; Get acquainted with the exam details

Strategy, Details

Formulate a study strategy; Get acquainted with the exam details

Strategy: As suggested by exam toppers, it is important to plan and formulate a preparation strategy. For this, look at your strengths and weaknesses, decide your number of study hours, arrange practice sources, and follow-up.

Exam Details: Aspirants are advised to understand all the nuances of the exam, ie. syllabus, pattern, model papers, number of aspirants/colleges, nature of questions etc.

Practice

Practice is vital, can't stress this enough

Practise past years' and mock test papers to get an idea about question framing, difficulty levels, exam pattern and time distribution.

Additionally, take online mock tests to understand the various nuances of the computer-based test.

It'll help brush off the nervousness, in case you're appearing for the JEE test for the first time.

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Allot plenty of time for revision

All exam toppers and experts suggest aspirants to allot at least 2 months exclusively for revision. This will help you retain all that you've learned all this while, for the final test day, and will also help calm your nerves.

Balance your Boards and JEE preparation

What a lot of JEE aspirants tend to do is that they overlook their preparation for the Boards exams. However, as suggested by experts and toppers, Boards are crucial for building your conceptual base. Thus, always balance your preparation for the Boards and JEE exam.

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How to prepare for the JEE exam?

How to manage my board exams and JEE exam?

How to balance the 12th board as well as JEE exams?

What are the important chapters which will cover the maximum part of the IIT-JEE Main exam?

How to manage for class 12th board exams?

What are the best books to prepare for the JEE Main exam?

Which book to study to prepare mathematics for IIT-JEE Main?

What are the easiest chapters to prepare for the IIT-JEE exam?

How many questions should an IIT-JEE aspirant solve per day?

How to manage time for IIT-JEE preparation?

Which is best, discussions or self-study for IIT-JEE preparation?

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How to prepare for the JEE exam?

Asked 2018-10-14 11:32:26 by Raghwendra Pratap Singh

Answered by NewsBytes

You can prepare for the JEE exam by following these simple steps: (1) Prepare a study plan, (2) Know your weak topics and start preparing them first, (3) Assess how much you need to invest in one topic and set small goals daily to achieve that, and (4) Be consistent.

How to manage my board exams and JEE exam?

Asked 2018-10-14 08:52:06 by ANKIT LENDE

Answered by NewsBytes

To manage your board exams as well as JEE exam, follow these simple steps: (1) Decide the number of months you'll dedicate to the board exams and JEE exams, (2) Prepare a study chart and set daily small goals to achieve in time, and (3) Try to focus on board exams first as they will also provide basic details on several topics.

How to balance the 12th board as well as JEE exams?

Asked 2018-10-13 23:51:40 by Deepak Kumar

Answered by NewsBytes

To balance your 12th board as well as JEE exams, follow these simple steps: (1) Decide the number of months you'll dedicate to the board exams and JEE exams, (2) Prepare a study chart and set daily small goals to achieve in time, and (3) Try to focus on board exams first as they will also provide basic details on several topics.

What are the important chapters which will cover the maximum part of the IIT-JEE Main exam?

Asked 2018-10-13 19:02:22 by 3D K-Learners

Answered by NewsBytes

The subject-wise list of important chapters are as follows: (1)Physics- mechanics, electricity and magnetism, Thermal Physics, and Optics, (2)Chemistry- Mole concept and atomic structure, (3)Mathematics- Calculus, coordinate geometry, algebra, trigonometry, and vectors.

How to manage for class 12th board exams?

Asked 2018-10-13 17:45:57 by Sushil Panjor

Answered by NewsBytes

You can manage for class 12th board exams by following these simple yet effective steps: (1) Study the theory from NCERT for basics of chemistry and physics, (2) Solve the previous year papers as many as you can, (3) After you complete NCERT, take help of practice books for English and mathematics.

What are the best books to prepare for the JEE Main exam?

Asked 2018-10-13 12:51:42 by Abhi Shek

Answered by NewsBytes

The textbooks which you should refer are Arihant, RD Sharma and Amit Agarwal for mathematics; NCERT, LG Wade, and OP Tondon for chemistry; and NCERT and DC Pandey for physics. These books will cover your entire syllabus for IIT-JEE Mains.

Which book to study to prepare mathematics for IIT-JEE Main?

Asked 2018-10-13 10:08:35 by Prakhar Upadhyay

Answered by NewsBytes

The books you can study to prepare mathematics for IIT-JEE Main are (1) NCERT from class 9-12th, (2)Mathematics for JEE main by Arhihant, and (3) Objective Mathematics by RD Sharma.

What are the easiest chapters to prepare for the IIT-JEE exam?

Asked 2018-10-13 06:35:18 by PASUPULETI SINGARAIAH

Answered by NewsBytes

The clarity and understanding of a topic differ from candidate to candidate. Though we present you the list which you can prepare to score more marks in the IIT-JEE exam. The subject-wise list is as follows: (1)Physics- mechanics, electricity and magnetism, Thermal Physics, and Optics, (2)Chemistry- Mole concept and atomic structure, (3)Mathematics- Calculus, coordinate geometry, algebra, trigonometry, and vectors.

How many questions should an IIT-JEE aspirant solve per day?

Asked 2018-10-13 00:06:51 by ujjwal singh

Answered by NewsBytes

An IIT-JEE aspirant should start with 60-70 question a day and then as the speed increases, can solve as many questions as they can daily. They should keep the lower bar at 60 and upper bar as per their capabilities.

How to manage time for IIT-JEE preparation?

Asked 2018-10-12 22:10:31 by Udit Solanki

Answered by NewsBytes

You can manage time for IIT-JEE preparation by following these simple steps: (1) Prepare a study plan, (2) Know your weak topics and start preparing them first, (3) Access how much you need to invest in one topic and set small goals daily to achieve that, and (4) Be consistent.

Which is best, discussions or self-study for IIT-JEE preparation?

Asked 2018-10-12 21:55:14 by Malleshwari Kaligandla

Answered by NewsBytes

Both the methods of preparations are equally important. By self-study, you're preparing your basics about any topic, and by having discussions on that topic, you are kind of revising the same content again which will help you to retain it better.

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