National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct JEE Main 2020 April exam on April 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 2020. Registration for the exam has opened on February 07 and it is expected that around 11 to 12 lakh candidates will apply for the exam.
For Joint Entrance Examination Main January attempt, around 8 lakh candidate applied yet the competition in the exam was stiff. Nonetheless, JEE Main April attempt is the final opportunity for the B.Tech / BE and B.Arch / B.Plan aspirants to improve their score. So, here are top 10 tips to improve your score in JEE Main 2020 April attempt.
#1. Learn from mistakes and move forward: Realization is important. The first thing that a candidate need to do is learn from the mistakes made in January paper. If needed, jot down your mistakes in a paper.
- The most common mistake that students make is not finishing syllabus on time.
- Making a time table but not following it.
- Not solving mock test or sample papers from beginning.
- Jumping from books to books but not finishing any.
- Not setting targets.
#2. Make revision plan from the beginning: Revision is as important as preparation. However, generally the candidate do not have the material to revise. Hence, it is advised to make preparation material like short notes, memory card, etc. while preparing.
- From the start, divide your preparation material as per easy, moderate, and difficulty chapters.
#3. Convert moderate chapters into easy category: For every student some chapters are tough, some moderate, and some easy. It is a task to turn difficulty chapters into easy. But one can turn moderate chapters into easy by practicing daily.
#4. Set Targets: It is very important to set short term and long term target and fulfilling it. A short term target can be to finish a certain topic in a day. Whereas, a long term target can be to finishing the entire syllabus within a due period of time.
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#5. Solve previous year question papers: These are the best resource to understand the exam pattern, level of difficulty, and type of questions asked in the paper. The pattern of the examination changed this year. Hence, solving JEE Main 2020 Jan question paper is a must.
Analyse JEE Main January question paper for all the session and make a list of all the topics from which questions were asked. Cover these topics properly this time.
#6. Speed and accuracy matters: JEE Main is a 3 hour examination, in which 75 question are to be solved. Aspirants of B.Arch and B.Plan have to solve 77 and 100 questions, respectively. Seems like a lot of time. However, that is not true. Questions in JEE Main are tricky, lengthy, and mind boggling. The faster you are, the better are the chances of finishing the paper on time. Also, just the speed is not enough, accuracy matters too. Else, negative marking will pull your score down.
- Best source to gain speed and accuracy are the JEE Main online mock test.
#7. Take help from teachers: While studying or revising, do take help from teachers and clear out all the doubts which were not cleared for the Jan exam.
#8. Remember the formulas: It is always handy to remember the formulas. This also helps in improving the speed.
#9. Avoid new books: It is advised by the experts that the candidates should avoid taking any new book before the exam, as it might decrease confidence level. Instead, solve those NCERTs again and clear out your concepts.
#10. Studying on point but maintain mental peace as well: Now this is the most common mistake that all the aspirants might have in common. Apart from studying, make sure your mental peace is at bay. So, try to take break in between the studying period. Also, try to eat healthy, have proper sleep and exercise well. Try to boost your confidence as well as try to stay calm.
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