The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main is conducted to shortlist candidates seeking admissions to undergraduate engineering programmes at NITs, IIITs, other centrally funded technical institutions, institutions funded by participating state governments, and several other Institutions.

The offline exam is scheduled for April 3 and the online exam will be held on April 9 and 10.

Candidates can check the last minute tips provided by Ananya Gangopadhyay, Pearson Author, to know which parts of the syllabus should be stressed on:

Never neglect a single topic in the syllabus and don’t go beyond the syllabus:

Do not neglect a single topic from the syllabus. Try to practice from the NCERT book.

Don’t start afresh and do not try anything new:

Don’t try anything new just before the week of the JEE Mains. Revise the books (or, study materials/class notes) that you already have gone through before.

Keep a balance between Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
Try to keep a balance bwtween all the three subjects because they will have equal weightage in the exam.

If you have applied for online JEE MAINS, try some online tests:

Online candidates must be completely familiar with the online test format. These days, many online tests are obtainable on the internet. You can choose any reliable platform for the same, but make sure that the software interface is exactly the same as that of JEE MAINS.

Make a systematic revision plan

Make a plan that suits your study pattern. Suppose you have six days to prepare before the examination, you revise chemistry in first two days, physics in the next two days and mathematics in the last. Try to study at least two subjects per day. It would be wise to revise inorganic and organic chemistry in the last two or three days as these topics demand a lot of information to recall.

Before the day of examination:

Sleep well before the day of examination. Eat light on the day of the examination. Students must reach before the time of examination.

During the examination:

Read the question paper carefully. Attempt organic and inorganic chemistry before other subjects as these two subjects require the least calculation. Do not attempt questions about which you are not completely sure– don’t forget negative marking is applicable.

Wishing students good luck for the exam.

With inputs from Ananya Gangopadhyay, Pearson Author

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