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How to Prepare for JEE Main in Last 15 days?

Shilpa Pradhan
Shilpa PradhanUpdated On: June 17, 2022 02:42 pm IST | JEE Main

 With only a few days left to prepare we have put together some very helpful tips and the ultimate plan to help you prepare for JEE Main 2022 in 15 Days

JEE Main Preparation Tips

JEE Main 2022 exam is going to be conducted by NTA from June 20 to 29, 2022 as per the official website nta.nic.in. There are only a few days remaining to face one of the country's most challenging and popular engineering admission exams. Thousands of candidates are expected to take the Joint Entrance Exam, which will put some of the country's smartest minds against one another in a very competitive exam. Despite the fact that JEE Main is one of India's most difficult engineering exams, applicants can secure good marks in its event in their first attempt with a strategic plan, perseverance, and persistent motivation in these remaining 15 days. 

To help applicants, CollegeDekho brings to you the ultimate plan to help you prepare for JEE Main 2022 in 15 Days. We have included some of the most efficient last-minute study methods to help students prepare for their JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 exam. Candidates should refer to and follow these guidelines to get the highest marks. 

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Tips to Prepare for JEE Main in 15 days

S.No.

Preparation Tricks

1

Plan a Revision Schedule

2

Follow up the Plan

3

Time Management

4

Follow Pomodoro Approach

5

Make Short, Handy Notes

6

Make a day-by-day schedule

7

Practice Solving Important and Challenging Questions

8

Solve JEE Online Practice Tests and Track the Pattern of Solving Questions

9

Optimize Your Exam Strategy

10

Don't start a new topic

11

Avoid Negativity

12

Do not Panic

Let us look at each pointer in a descriptive way to have a better understanding. 

1. Plan a Revision Schedule

Candidates should first create a fresh revision schedule of 15 days. Candidates may split their time into five days for each course. It is important to remember that the timetable must be adhered to strictly; otherwise, it will be impossible to update everything. It is now up to you to decide what you wish to revise. It refers to whether they want to revise the full syllabus or only a portion of it. This is totally up to the applicants; if they desire, they might focus on key subjects from each area and extensively revise them.

2. Follow up the Plan

Make it a habit to go through all of the formulas and JEE Main study material according to the schedule at least once a day until the exam day. You may also develop a chart and stick it near your bed to check them out.

3. Time Management

Concentrate on time management while taking a practice exam or answering previous year's papers in a timed way. Developing a realistic strategy will be really beneficial. For example, if the actual exam is scheduled for three o'clock in the afternoon, students should take their mock test at three o'clock in the afternoon to align their biological clock with the precise exam time. Following the exact timing of the actual JEE Main will help applicants get used to the schedule and avoid any unpleasant surprises during the test.

4. Follow Pomodoro Approach

Do you become easily distracted? If that's the case, the Pomodoro Technique is the solution.

POMODORO TECHNIQUE

It is a simple strategy of setting a timer for 25 minutes for a job and doing nothing else during that time.  There should be no phone, no social media, and no email; the whole attention should be on the work at hand, which is now JEE Main 2022 preparation. After each 25-minute session, take a 5-7-minute breather. Take a long rest of 25-30 minutes after you've completed four of these sessions to recharge your brain.

5. Make Short, Handy Notes

Candidates should make some short, useful notes that they may keep with them. Candidates can use these brief notes to jot down key formulas and concepts. Candidates can devote 20 to 30 minutes per day to these notes. This will make it easier for the applicants to memorize important formulae and concepts.

Your JEE Main syllabus can be divided into three sections:

  • Most difficult 
  • Moderate difficulty
  • Easy subjects

6. Make a day-by-day schedule

  1. 0-5 days – Revise the most difficult subjects
  2. 6–10 days – Choose topics that are moderate.
  3. 10–12 days – Practise easy topics
  4. 12 to 15 days Solve  Mock exams to help you figure out where you're lacking and what you can do to improve.

Just make sure you don't put off the difficult things until the last possible moment. Covering them first will increase your self-confidence.

7.  Practice Solving Important and Challenging Questions

You should have come across a few questions or a specific sort of question asked frequently when solving JEE Main previous year's question papers or JEE Main mock test, which you also found difficult to answer. Leaving such questions unanswered is not a viable option. Rather, you should seek for ways to solve these problems fast and accurately in order to do well in the exam.

8. Solve JEE Online Practice Tests and Track the Pattern of Solving Questions

To answer the questions fast and accurately, you'll need smart work in addition to hard labour. One method to achieve this is to come up with a routine for answering the questions and stick to it on the big day. This is only possible with consistent practice.

You should keep track of the sequence in which you should answer the questions when taking the mock tests. It's not necessary to answer the questions in the same order as they're asked. Depending on your preferences and convenience, you can begin with Physics, Mathematics, or Chemistry. It will assist you in being calm and confident during the exam.

9. Optimize Your Exam Strategy

As per the general trend, 50% of the JEE questions are found to be easy.  Look for such questions and solve them first. Do not be stressed if you notice a series of difficult questions at the beginning of the paper; continue with the exam and you will discover simple problems as well. Don't quit up simply because you're at the beginning; there's always the chance that as you go forward, you'll come across a less difficult set of questions. Make an effort to improve your ability to choose questions. Mock tests can assist you in achieving this goal.

10. Don't start a new topic

Whether you've finished your syllabus or not, never start a new topic at this point. It will just add to the tension and worry that already exists. Rather, concentrate on revising what you've already learned.

11. Avoid Negativity

If you're confident in 15 of the 20 chapters in any topic, don't worry about the five you're not sure about, especially in the last days before the exam. There is a chance of getting an admission seat at one of the top NITs even if you get 180 total marks (i.e. 50% of the marks).

12. Do not Panic

Aspirants should not be anxious at this moment. You should avoid stress and maintain a healthy lifestyle. It is essential that students take adequate care of their health at this time since any health issues will have a direct impact on their preparations. Do not let stress get the better of you Stay relaxed and confident, and get enough rest. 

Since there are only 15 days left for JEE Main 2022 exam, students might be worried or losing confidence, we assure you that you can still achieve the goal of cracking the JEE Mains exam with sheer dedication and smart work. 

The tips given above are very well curated and brought together to make the last days of preparation worthwhile and result-oriented. We would always suggest you to start preparing way earlier to avoid being stressed out during the last few days before the exam but never underestimate yourself or the time that you have in your hand now, stay confident and calm. 

All the best and we hope these tips will help you in preparing better and boost your confidence. Follow College Dekho for more such tips and information.

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