JEE Main Exam 2019 from January 6: Dos and don'ts for candidates

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2018-12-24 19:31
Description : The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the JEE Main (I) exam 2019 from January 6 to January 2019.

The JEE preparation in today's time is one of the toughest fights in the career span of a student's life. The coming session will see a new change in the exams patterns.

A newly constituted body National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting the exam moving away from CBSE which earlier was responsible for conducting the exam. The examination mode will now be computer based only and the exams will be conducted twice a year.

The students will have to follow a strict schedule to ensure that they do not miss the ship before it sails!.

Speed, consistency and discipline, thus become the most important attributes one must develop and improve during this crucial phase. Self-study is as important as classroom teaching and an average of at least six hours every day is the only key to success. Another mistake most of the students commit, as per our observation, is that the students usually do not ask or clarify their doubts after self-study resulting in many problems in their preparation.

To make life easy for the students, here is a list of dos and don'ts for the students:


1. Timetable : Make sure to study regularly for five to six hours every day. Take frequent breaks and start again as your study hours will only increase with the exams coming close

2. Know your syllabus and follow the exam pattern : Very important to know the entire syllabus and understand the exam pattern. Since it is going to be all on computer, students must practice the same and increase their speed.

3. Mock test : Give regular mock tests to check your speed and accuracy. Do detailed test analysis after every test

4. Doubts : Clear your doubts on a regular basis. Don't keep them to last minute and solve all queries regularly

5. NCERT : Refer to NCERT especially for chemistry and minimum, relevant, study material

Notes : Make notes and refer to them as they will help you memorise fast

Coaching : Choose a coaching institute near your place to reduce travelling, stress and time

Exam syllabus : Check the syllabus from JEE website and study only relevant things. Divide the entire course into parts and complete that part in a fixed span of time
Know your strengths and weaknesses topic -wise and subject-wise


1. Never pile up your doubts

2. Do not refer to many books on a single subject

3. Do not refer irrelevant books by getting fascinated from your peer group

4. Do not devote too much time on a single topic

5. Never give test without a time limit



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