Here are some tips and tricks for students who believe in self preparation for the JEE Main exam without any coaching classes.
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main is considered as one of the toughest engineering exams to crack. It is considered the toughest task to crack the JEE Main exam without any coaching class and only self-preparation. Students devote months of preparation to crack this exam. Definitely, good guidance is needed to secure a decent score in JEE entrance exam. However, there are a lot of students who believe in self-preparation and using their own abilities and aptitude to clear the exam. After cracking the exam you can ensure admission in the top engineering colleges in India.
So, here are some tips and tricks on How to Prepare for JEE Main Without Coaching:
First of all, you should be mentally prepared and keep a positive approach towards your goal. With the really high levels of competition and peer pressures, it is very easy to get distracted and doubt your methods of preparation. It is important to just focus on your preparation and believe in yourself and your methods. Since JEE Main preparations can be very intense, it is very important to be ready to put in all the mental and physical efforts required to clear the exam.
Relevant Study Material
You should know the entire syllabus that will be covered in the exam; so that you can collect study material for preparation. Reference to best JEE Main preparation books and previous years question papers for JEE Main will go a long way into your preparations. Although it is said that NCERT syllabus is sufficient to clear the JEE Main exams, students who appeared for the JEE Main 2017 exams felt that reference to other JEE preparation was a must to clear the exam and only NCERT was not enough.
Following a strict time table as per specific syllabus targets is very important if you want to complete the syllabus on time and also leave ample amount of time for revision. JEE Main preparation must also include solving sample papers, previous year's JEE Main papers. To save time during revision, you should make notes of topics while preparing them, so that during revision you don't waste too much time revisiting each chapter and instead you can refer to the notes. Solve more and more problems, discover more and more new tricks. Try to give more time to chapters and topics that you feel are your weak pointsThis will help you to perform well in the exam.
Interact with JEE Experts and students
It is always a great idea to know tips and tricks from those who have 'been there, done that'. Speak to students who have cleared the JEE Main exams, experts, teachers, professors etc. and try to gain as much insight into the JEE Main exam and preparation, as you can. They will let you know about Do’s and Don’ts for JEE Main test.
Working with a competitive study group goes a very long way in the successful preparation of JEE Main. Group discussion with teachers and fellow students will recreate a cooperative environment to multiply your knowledge exponentially. Students can Quiz and challenge each other with questions from the JEE Main syllabus.
You should revise the syllabus as many times as you can. It will help you in:
- It will increase your test-taking speed.
- It will help you overcome panic.
- It will give you a clear picture about the topics you’re weak in.
Eat & Sleep Well
Having a good diet is as much essential as studying. Your brain needs regular energy and rest to work and function efficiently. You must have at least 8 hours of proper sleep to relax your brain. A regular hobby like running, singing etc. anything that you like, will help your brain refresh and get ready to absorb another few hours of studying. Monotony gets in the way of the brain absorbing new concepts and lessons, so it's necessary to keep giving it breaks at regular intervals.
It is always better to start early and revise towards the end to come through with flying colors!!
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