How to Prepare for WBJEE 2019

Deepika Narwal Updated On: 10 Jan, 2019 17:10 IST

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How to Prepare for WBJEE 2019

WBJEE is one of the most competitive and prominent entrance exams. It is taken by a large number of candidates every year. If you are planning to take WBJEE, then you must start your preparation well in advance to face such strong competition. To prepare for WBJEE 2019, it is important for you to clear your concepts and have a thorough understanding of each topic/chapter in the WBJEE 2019 syllabus.

WBJEE is expected to be conducted on April 21, 2019 in offline mode, for admission to undergraduate programmes in Pharmacy & Architecture, Engineering & Technology in Universities, Self Financed Institutes and Government Colleges of West Bengal.

Here are a few tips and tricks, which can make your WBJEE preparation easier.

Plan Your Exam-taking Strategy:

When you sit down to prepare for WBJEE 2019, you must also focus on making an exam-taking strategy before actually appearing for the entrance exam. Your exam-taking strategy for WBJEE 2019 must include practising questions on a regular basis so that you can excel in the entrance exam.

Practice Consistently:

The essential steps while you are preparing for WBJEE is to practice consistently. Once you are in the habit of practising consistently, you will get used to all types of questions that are asked in the exam, which will boost your confidence.

Seek Guidance:

Getting some guidance for exam preparation is important as it is not possible for you to know everything in your syllabus. While preparing, there are chances that you run into a concept/ topic, which you may not understand at all. In that case, it is best for you to seek guidance from an instructor or a teacher and clear your doubts at regular intervals.

First Attempt What You Know:

Before you start attempting the question paper, you should first take a look at the question paper and see which questions can be solved easily and in less time. The best approach when you're attempting an entrance exam is that you should first attempt what you know or can easily solve and keep difficult questions for last.

Stay Physically and Mentally Balanced:

Many students neglect their physical health while preparing for an entrance exam, which can lead to bad performance. Therefore, exercising daily and sleeping well are keys to keeping the mind and body ready for the exam day.

WBJEE 2019 Study Material

Best Books for WBJEE 2019 Preparation

The first step to WBJEE preparation is getting the right study material, which may include books, sample papers, previous years' question papers, etc. You may refer to the following books for your WBJEE preparation.

For Physics

NCERT Textbooks – Class 11 and 12

Understanding Physics series by D.C Pandey

Concepts of Physics, Part 1 by H.C Verma

Concepts of Physics, Part 2 by H.C Verma

For Mathematics

NCERT Textbooks – Class 11 and 12

Objective Mathematics for Engineering Entrances – Vol. 1 by Amit M Agarwal.

R.D Sharma Mathematics

Problems in Calculus by I.A. Maron

Trigonometry, Geometry Books by S.L. Loney


For Chemistry

NCERT Textbooks – Class 11 and 12

O.P Tandon books – Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry

A modern approach to chemical calculations by R.C. Mukherjee

Numerical Chemistry by P.Bahadur

WBJEE 2019 Mock Tests

As part of WBJEE 2019, candidates should try and solve the maximum number of mock tests. Taking mock tests helps candidates in getting an idea of their preparation level and the pattern of exam. With the help of mock tests, candidates can build their speed and confidence to face the exam. Additionally, mock tests are an effective source of revision, which can boost candidates' performance in the entrance exam.

WBJEE 2019 Previous Question Papers

Another source of WBJEE preparation is previous years' question papers, which can be downloaded and practised by aspirants. Those who will be appearing for the exam can use these papers as practice material before appearing for the examination.

Download WBJEE Previous Question Papers Now!

Important Instructions for WBJEE 2019

  • Candidates must report at the exam centre allotted to him/her in the admit card.

  • Candidates are advised to enter the exam hall at least 30 minutes before the commencement of the entrance exam.

  • Candidates must occupy the seats allotted to them at least 15 minutes before the commencement of the entrance exam.

  • Under any circumstance, no candidate will be allowed to enter the exam hall after the scheduled time of commencement of the test.

  • Candidates must carry a hard copy of WBJEE 2019 admit card, a copy of coloured photograph (the same one uploaded during online application), and a photo ID proof in original such as Passport/Aadhaar card/ Pan card/voter card/ 10th standard admit card/ School – ID card.

  • Candidates are not allowed to carry any written or printed material, log table, calculator, pen, wristwatch, any communication device like mobile phones, etc. inside the exam hall.

  • Before the commencement of the test, question booklets will be distributed to the candidates. Candidates must check whether their OMR number & question booklet number are same and must put their signature on top of the question booklet.

  • Candidates must read the instructions given on OMR & on the cover page of question booklet very carefully.

  • Candidates must write their name in BLOCK LETTERS, name of the centre and put their signature in appropriate places on the OMR. Putting any unwanted marks in OMR may lead to rejection of OMR.

  • In the exam hall, candidates must check their Roll number, Photograph, spelling of their name in the attendance sheet. The details of the candidate should match with the information in the admit card. In case of any correction requirement, candidates must bring it to the notice of the invigilator.

  • All candidates must maintain silence during the entrance exam.

  • If any candidate is found adopting any unfair means, his/her candidature will be cancelled and he/she will be debarred either permanently or for a period from taking the exam as is deemed fit by the centre- in- Charge.

  • Until the exam is over, no candidate will be allowed to leave his/her seat without permission of the invigilator.

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