Engineering is always a hot topic among students. The dream of most of the students is to take admission in Top Engineering Colleges like IITs, NITs, IIITs, ISM Dhanbad, Harcourt Butler Technological Institute [HBTI], Institute of Engineering & Technology [ IET], Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology [KNIT], Madan Mohan Malviya Engineering College ([MMM], Bundelkhand Institute of Engineering & Technology [BIET], Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology and so on. Students can take admission in these colleges after clearing various Engineering Entrance Examinations like JEE, UPSEE/ UPTU, WBJEE, VITEEE, SRMJEEE etc. For the benefit of students, we have listed down the key tips and tricks that will surely help all engineering aspirants to stay on the right path and prepare well for the upcoming Engineering Entrance Examination 2018.
1. Perform SWOT Analysis
SWOT is an acronym for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. Many students perform SWOT analysis while beginning the preparation for any Engineering Entrance Examination like JEE, UPSEE/ UPTU, WBJEE, VITEEE, SRMJEEE etc. It is very important to identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to ensure that you are on a right track.
2. Work on your Concentration
As we know that to start preparation for Engineering Entrance Examinations like JEE, UPSEE/ UPTU, WBJEE, VITEEE, SRMJEEE etc, the most important thing is Concentration. We need a great amount of effort and time for this. Even after practicing any topic more than a month, we may not get the result if our brain does not perform well. Train your mind to concentrate for longer time periods, to understand complex problems and find out alternative applications of the common and general concepts. This will help you to get a good rank in Engineering Entrance Examination.
3. Time Management
Time management is the key to success to get Good Rank in any Engineering Entrance Examination like JEE, UPSEE/ UPTU, WBJEE, VITEEE, SRMJEEE etc. As we all are aware with the fact that the maximum duration of any examination is 3 hours. Therefore, you will have to perform very well in these 3 hours to score good marks in Engineering Entrance Examination. Students usually get 2 minutes on an average to solve any question in Engineering Entrance Examination. Therefore a good time management strategy will serve you well when it comes to preparation phase as well.
4. Right Study Materials
It is very important to have good study material. It will definitely help you to score good Marks in Engineering Entrance Examination like JEE, UPSEE/ UPTU, WBJEE, VITEEE, SRMJEEE etc. Do not use too many reference books as at the end you will get confused. A good study material does not have any type of error, as. Also, it will help you to clear your basics in simpler way. Try to use the ones that cover maximum syllabus and suit your learning style. NCERT books are very important for board examination as well as Engineering Entrance Examinations. Approximately 70 percent of the questions are asked on the basis of NCERT books in JEE Main Examination.
5. Track Progress
You should solve mock test papers and monitor your progress daily. With the help of this activity, you can identify your weak areas. Preparing for any competitive exam is a two-fold process. The first part is studying, learning, unlearning and relearning important concepts, topics, chapters and sections with the help of study materials. The second part would consist of testing your preparation and how well you are prepared for the upcoming Engineering Entrance Examination like JEE, UPSEE/ UPTU, WBJEE, VITEEE, SRMJEEE etc. You must invest more time and give more focus on your weak areas. Tracking your progress will help you evolve as a better competitor for the entrance test. Simultaneously, you should also concentrate on improving your speed and accuracy. Also, there are different websites which provide free practice papers. With the help of this, students can easily boost their performance and score good marks in JEE examination.
6. Seek Help whenever you need it
We all know that preparing for Engineering Entrance Examination like JEE, UPSEE/ UPTU, WBJEE, VITEEE, SRMJEEE etc is not an easy task. While you can definitely try and learn all that you can, but unfortunately that might not be enough to take you beyond the finish line. Seek help from your teachers, tutors, guides, mentors and try to build conceptual clarity about the concepts. You can also use the internet to learn most difficult topics with the help different Channels on YouTube. You can also find the best study material on the internet but before taking that try to find out the correctness of the same.
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