JEE Main Exam 2021: How to make last-minute preparation
Here're some valuable tips and experts' suggestions that can help you do a last-minute revision to crack the JEE Main Examination
As the JEE Main Exam is going on, it is time for students to overcome last-minute challenges and calm down their mental status.
This year National Testing Agency (NTA) has given relaxation to appear four times a year in this exam.
Candidates will be ranked on the basis of their best score that they have got.
Session I of JEE Main for February is in the progress and it will continue from February 23 to February 26. On the first day, exams for BArch and BPlanning were held. The next is for BE and BTech.
The first-day exam was reported to be moderate with a lot of emphasis on the class 12 syllabus.
Shedding negative thoughts and heading on with a positive attitude is key to success in any examination and JEE Main is not different from others.
Candidates need to bank on their preparations and abilities. They should not waste time on something which seems to be unnecessary time consuming and confusing. This will bring down the confidence.
The clarity in thoughts and approach matter a lot. It is time to focus more on strengths than weaknesses.
Experts say that when students prepare for any exams they should continue to maintain a stronghold in their strong areas while at the same time they should practice a lot to improve upon their weaknesses.
They should convert their weakness into their strength with a lot of practice. It may be possible that certain areas continue to remain their weak points.
However, during the last-minute preparation, they should rely more on their strong area.