JEE Advanced : Online Competitive Encyclopedia


JEE Advanced is the exam for admissions to the bachelor’s, Integrated Master’s and Dual degree programs in all the 23 IITs of the country. JEE advanced exam is jointly organized by the seven Zonal Coordinating IITs – Kharagpur, Kanpur, Madras, Delhi, Bombay, Guwahati and Roorkee. IIT Kharagpur is acting as the conducting institute for JEE advanced 2021.
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Preparation Tips For JEE-Advanced

Back to basics (NCERT) –

We cannot emphasize much about the role NCERT books play in the preparation journey of a student. They are the very base, the foundation. NCERTs will help you to grab a concept effortlessly. Although they are not enough for the practical questions (for which reference books are required), they may help you to retain the knowledge in the best possible way and solidify your foundation.

Choose the right reference books –

After NCERTs, the next crucial step is to choose the right reference books in order to practice the numerical questions. Use them for problem solving only and not for understanding the concepts. The reference books can help you to ace the preparation game through practicing regularly. The more you practice, more are the chances to score good in this exam.

Make notes –

Organized work is very important when preparing for exams like IIT JEE. Making concise notes for all of the concepts will help you to grab and visualize the concept easily, as well as, it will help you to revise it in the near future. Try to include the flow charts, diagrams etc. while making notes.

Think and Delve deeper –

Simply mugging up concepts will do you no good. You need to have a clear visualization, genuine love and interest to learn something new. Delve deeper in the concept and keep on asking questions so it can widen your understanding, helping you to solve even the most twisted question.

Have a study plan –

Time is money. Utilize your time in every possible way. If you think that without a proper study plan you can excel this exam then you need to give second thought about it. You need to balance things and give equal time to all your subjects and this you can only do, if you have a good study plan.

Revise –

Revision is one of the most important steps in the preparation of JEE, if you want to master your subjects. Read your class notes every day for at least half an hour. Have a proper plan for your revision and make sure to revise everything at least thrice before the examination.

Be Consistent –

You have to be consistent with your preparation. No day dreaming, no procrastination. Work hard daily with sheer dedication to excel this exam.

Take mock tests –

Practicing at home is very effective if you do it regularly. Take mock tests to have an idea about the pattern of the exam, but do not forget to review the mock tests. Usually, the students make a mistake by not reviewing their mock tests. Try to analyze the questions you are facing a problem with and the areas you need to solve. Work on your weaknesses.

Trust your teachers –

You need a proper guidance to crack this exam and only your teachers can guide you in the right way. Always give your priorities to your teachers. Obey their instructions and orders. No one can help you the way they can.

The Right Attitude –

Your confidence will unlock every opportunity in life. Have faith in yourself because it is the most valuable thing one can have. Your attitude towards everything in life decides your success. With positive attitude you will always excel in your life, let alone an examination.

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Anirudh Gupta
IIT Delhi Computer Science CBSE Class 12 - 94.2% RMO Awardee
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