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IIT JEE Main 2017: Tips that will help you crack the exam

The dates of the JEE Main are out. Students are already preparing for their school board exams and feel that they will be hardly left with any time to prepare for the JEE Mains exam. However, the preparation for the JEE Main should be done simultaneously with your Board Exam preparation. We will tell you how.

Follow a strict routine

In the last three months before your exam fix a routine and stick to that schedule. For instance, if you sleep at 10 pm and wake up at 6 am, follow the schedule.

Eat nutritious food and stay away from junk food as oily food makes you lethargic which in turn slows down your brain.

Get used to studying at a stretch for 4-5 hours followed by a 30-minute break. Follow this in the day time.

Revise before starting a new topic

It is important to revise the previous day’s content before you start a fresh topic This helps the brain form layers of information in the long term memory and use it when necessary.

Be thorough with the textbooks

Be thorough with the NCERT solutions and practise solving the in-text exercises from the book. Experts have suggested that the second half of the textbook syllabus in class 11 for your JEE Main.

Make reference notes

Make short notes of formulas, laws, principles, hints to difficult answers, etc and keep these handy for easy reference and revision. You can learn to make notes through our blogpost on note-making.

Spot the important topics

You need to study smart not hard to crack the JEE Main. There are a few topics that are important from the point view of JEE Main. Around 85% of the topics are from the class XI and XII CBSE syllabus. Spot these important topics and pay attention to their preparation.

Solve time-bound mock papers

The only way to increase your chances of scoring well in the JEE Mains is attempting mock tests after you have spotted the important topics. Mock tests increase your familiarity with the paper pattern.

Practise multiple-choice questions

Solve as many MCQs as possible two to three days before the test. This will help you spot your weak areas and work on them.

Watch live classes

Virtual tutoring comes as great help when you have no time to attend physical classes but you need to ace your entrance exam prep. Watching live videos delivered by experts will help you a great deal in last minute revision.  

Apart from all the mentioned advice on the strategy, it is very important to relax and rejuvenate. A tired mind cannot think afresh and being mentally awake is crucial to studying and scoring well in your JEE Main. 

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