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Diksha Nautiyal Updated On: 22 Aug, 2019 14:21 IST
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The importance and advantages of practising JNUET 2020 mock tests are immense. Experts and toppers advise aspiring candidates of JNUET 2020 to practice mock tests on a regular basis in order to ease the pressure of exam preparation. Jawahar Nehru University Entrance Test is an offline mode exam that is conducted by the Jawahar Nehru University for admission to a number of courses in the field of Engineering, Humanities, Computer Science, Life Sciences, etc. Students get admission in various graduate, postgraduate and PhD courses offered by the university through JNUEE.
Since the exam dates are approaching, its high time that candidates start their preparation. To start the preparation, practicing JNUET 2020 mock tests would be of great help. Candidates will be provided with a series of mock tests to polish their preparation. To strengthen the preparation process, aspirants are advised to practice JNUET 2020 mock tests regularly. Not only do JNUET 2020 mock tests help in preparing for the exam but also makes it easy for candidates to understand the exam pattern and syllabus well.
Candidates can access to a series of mock tests, here and start with the practice sessions. Going through the pointers mentioned below, aspirants will also be guided on how to practice mock tests and why is it an essential part for the preparation of the examination.
The JNUET 2020 Mock test series will be available soon.
Candidates can follow the steps given below to access JNUET 2020 mock tests and start practicing it.
Click on the links given on the top.
You will be redirected to a new page.
Enter your credentials and log in.
Once logged in, you will be redirected to a mock test.
Start solving the test.
Make sure to keep track of the time for better preparation.
Solving mock tests is considered to be a great practice in the run for JNUET 2020 preparation. This has a lot of importance. Candidates can go through the following pointers that explain the importance of solving mock tests on a regular basis.
Exam pattern and structure: Solving JNUET 2020 mock tests helps in comprehending the structure and pattern of the exam. Exam patterns could be confusing many times but to get a good hold on that, candidates are advised to practice mock tests.
Time management: Mock tests give a very clear idea about how much time a particular section is taking. Once the candidates are aware of the total time taken to complete each section and the paper as a whole they can manage the sections engaging more time accordingly. It will also help to save time during the exam, leaving enough time for the examinee to recheck the whole test to make sure that there are no mistakes left.
Experience: Mock tests give experience and once candidates have experience of how the actual exam is going to be like, it will help them a lot in the exam.
Self-confidence: As mentioned above, mock tests give an experience, which in turn, builds confidence in the candidates to solve the exam easily. If the candidate is able to solve the exam without anxiety, the chances of making mistakes reduce.
Tricky questions: Getting stuck in tricky questions is a common problem among aspirants but one can get rid of this problem by practising mock tests as it helps candidates understand the type of questions that can be asked from a particular topic. The more the candidates practice tricky questions, the handier they will become with such questions.
Weak areas: Candidates will not be able to know their weak areas until they practise mock tests on a regular basis. Once they identify the weaker sections, they can start working on these and improve each section so that they are able to solve a number of questions in the main examination.
JNUET 2020 is a three hours long offline entrance exam.
Every correct answer secures one mark and for every wrong answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted from the total score.
The total number of questions will be 100.
The type of questions will be different for every paper. For some papers, the questions are Multiple-choice Question (MCQ) while for some it will be in the format of Subjective type questions.
Papers for M.Sc. and M.A. comprise two parts.