Joint Seat Allocation Authority 2015 (JoSAA 2015) every year conducts the joint admission process for a total of 18 IITs, ISM Dhanbad, 32 NITs, 18 IIITs and 18 other Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs). It is two phase process i.e., JEE Main and JEE Advanced. JEE Main is conducted by CBSE and JEE Advanced is conducted by one of the IITs every year. Around six months are left for the JEE Examination 2018. All students want to crack this exam and get selected in TOP JEE Colleges. This article consists of best tips which will help all candidates to clear the exam and get selected in TOP JEE Colleges through JEE Examination 2018. If a candidate takes care of these following things, while preparing for the exam & in the examination hall then he/she not only can get selected for IIT but also enhance his/her rank.
1. Prepare a time table:
Students cannot crack JEE Examination 2018 without proper planning. Students should prepare a time table and strictly follow it. These final months are very crucial for all JEE aspirants. Students can follow the time table of JEE Toppers for preparing their time table. It will help them to equally distribute time for all subjects. Every student should make time table according to their body clock. As we know that all students have different body clock i.e., some students like to study early in the morning while some students prefer late night studies.
2. Focus on Standard text books:
Best books to prepare for JEE Examination 2018 are the NCERT text books of class 11th & 12th. Students should not ignore these books as these books are very important for JEE Main. NCERT text books are conceptual and easy for students to comprehend. These books are developed according to the mental abilities of the students of particular class. These books help the candidates in preparation and in creating a strong base of concepts which will help the candidates in solving the higher level problems. There is a very rare chance of any error in NCERT books as the content of these books are prepared with the help of highly experienced professions of Top Colleges.
To crack JEE Main exam, a candidate shouldn’t neglect any of the three subjects. Candidates should have equal command over all the three subjects. Students should also prepare of notes of all subject as we cannot study the complete syllabus just before the examination. The notes should include important concepts, formulae and previous year questions. For achieving equal proficiency in all the three subjects, a candidate requires regular practice of questions and revision of all the concepts at regular intervals.
4. Previous year papers and mock test series:
Before appearing for the JEE Examination 2018, all JEE aspirants want to know the exam pattern of the JEE Examination. For this they can always refer previous year question papers. It will help them in understanding level and the type of questions asked in the JEE Main. Top rankers of JEE Examination always refer previous year question papers as an important part of study material. Mock tests are also considered very important as they help a candidate in estimating his/her preparation and the area of improvements. Students should practice more and more mock test to improve their proficiency and speed.
5. Take care of 3 – C rules:
While preparing for the exam and in the examination hall, every candidate must follow the 3 – C rules i.e., Calm, Composed and Confident. Students should be Calm, Composed and Confident during the preparation and in the examination hall. Every candidate must be relaxed and tension free as stress may ruin a candidate’s yearlong effort and hard work. Composed represents the self control which means that during the preparation and while solving the question paper, a candidate must not get distracted by anything. Confident is the most important rule for solving the question paper which means that there should be no doubt in marking the answers of the questions and this confidence can only achieved through the hard work. So while preparing for the JEE Main & JEE Advanced, a candidate must take care of the 3 – C rules.
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