Preparation Tips for JEE 2019

IIT JEE is a national level engineering entrance exam conducted for admissions to undergraduate courses offered by IITs, NITs, IIITs, and other government-funded technical institutes. Every year lakhs of students appear for JEE with a single dream of getting admissions in their preferred technical institutes. The major challenge during JEE preparation is proper time management because along with IIT JEE, the students have to prepare for class 12th board exams as well. Therefore, the students are advised to kickstart their JEE preparations from NCERT textbooks. NCERT textbooks not only helps in developing a strong conceptual base also makes easier for students to understand concepts important for the examination point of view. Around 66 to 70% of questions asked in JEE Main 2017 question paper were directly based on the concepts covered in NCERT textbooks. JEE Preparation is a serious task, especially if you have planned for JEE Advanced. Here we have provided a few important tips that can help students in simplifying their JEE 2019 preparations.

jeemain-edu.co.in preparation tips for jee-20191. Focus more on weaker sections: Nothing is important or less important in JEE Exam, therefore, have a thorough practice of all the concepts covered in JEE syllabus. For better results, focus more on weaker sections. By practising mock tests you will get to know your weaker sections and accordingly, you can put efforts into preparing those topics.

2. Avoid distractions: JEE Preparation demands dedicated preparations. Therefore, instead of wasting time watching movies and social networking, Utilize most of your time in preparing your weaker sections. Install educational apps that can help in an easy understanding of concepts and utilize the internet for studying only.

3. Know the Syllabus: Before starting preparations, it’s better to understand the structure of JEE 2019. Analyze all topics included in JEE Mains and advanced syllabus and formulate a proper study plan.

4. Practice question papers: Once you are done with your preparations, practice at least past 5 to 6 year question papers. It gives an idea about the concepts you are strong and weak at. It also refreshes all the basic concepts and formulas that are likely to be asked in the examination.

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