Most Effective Revision Techniques for JEE 2020

18Jan 20

Before beginning with the topic, the students should understand the meaning and demand of JEE and its important dates, when to apply for it and when exams are been held by NTA (National testing agency) and its syllabus and demand. Exam patterns should be understood and the time table should be made according to the time available and keeping some days free for revision. There are many students competing in this exam so there should be a focus on yourself and your target should be to beat yourself accepting all the challenges and conditions.

JEE main information is announced 4 months before the first phase exam. The first phase exam is held in January, so the information is announced in August and the second phase exam is held in April. The best score from the 2 tests is counted for the merit list.

Till mid of November, all syllabus should be completed and half the month of November and month of December and a few days of January should be used for revision.

After completing the syllabus, practice previous year question papers and self-made notes and study material to revise all the syllabus. Question papers should be practiced weeks before as if there is any problem that can be solved before the exam and on time, to revise the solution.

Take the test of yourself by giving test series and finding your mistakes which will let you know where you lack and need practice.

The question paper should be attempted in a way, according to topic wise which will give more marks. Answers those ones in which you are sure of the topics that will give more weight for scoring the highest marks.

As JEE consists of 3 subjects: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics; all concepts and problems should be cleared on time. These three subjects mainly consist of logical understanding and calculations of formulas and equations. Equations, formulas, theorems, laws everything should be cleared and remembered correctly. Minor doubt will change the accuracy of the answer.

List of all the formulas, equations, theorems, laws and things to remember should be made and keep revising it with a small interval of time and before the exam of JEE.

Important topics of physics, chemistry, and maths should be prepared first and should be thoroughly revised during revision time.

Keep study sources limited. NCERTs are the best and reliable source and whichever add-on book is chosen, it should be thoroughly practiced and should be on tips.

Such competitive exams cannot be cleared with grabbing information and cramming data, it requires conceptual understanding, speed and time management to solve the problems. Mock tests should be cleared keeping in mind to increase speed for solving problems and time management for solving questions and accuracy of answers.

The student should not attempt such questions whose answer is not known and should prevent scores from negative marking.

Any exam can be cleared with the desired aim and focus. Competitive exams require a lot of practice and study of months than of days or studying at the last moment which will not even give time for revision. Exam pattern should be firstly understood, time table should be made according to the syllabus and time left for the exam. Keep yourself motivated, self-motivation is the best thing to keep yourself energetic and goal-oriented.

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