National Testing Agency (NTA) is all set to conduct the Joint entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2021 Session 4 on August 26, 27 and 31 and September 01 and 02, 2021. This is the last opportunity for students to buckle up, strengthen their preparation and get a good score. After the conduction of all four sessions, NTA will be releasing a final merit list based on the best scores obtained by each candidate. Therefore, students cannot tale this last opportunity lightly. A better in the last attempt can boost their chances of qualifying for the JEE Advanced 2021 examination.
With 18 days left for the exam, students don’t require a full-fledged preparation strategy but a smart study plan with tips and tricks. Here are some important tips that candidates can follow –
#1 Revise all the important formulae, short tricks and lesser-known concepts for Physics. The subject is vast and often, affects the overall score of a candidate. Therefore, do not neglect the subject. While it’s impossible to revise the entire portion, make it a point to revise the crucial aspects. Candidates can also solve NCERT Physics textual questions just to boost their confidence.
#2 The Mathematics section is all about formulae and shortcuts to solve a lengthy question. Solving this question quickly can help candidates get more time for Physics. Therefore, make it a point to utilise all the short tricks such as the L’hospital rule (useful for questions based on limits), while solving mock exams. This will help candidates register and remember the short tricks during the actual exam.
#3 In case of Chemistry, be it Inorganic or Organic Chemistry, there are bound to be exceptional cases. These cases may be released to the product of a chemical reaction or an element’s behaviour. Questions based on these cases usually come in the exam. Here, students cannot predict but must simply register the exceptions beforehand. Here again, candidates must note down these pointers and revise them daily.
#4 In JEE Main 2021, there is a possibility of questions getting repeated from previous sessions and years. This year, NTA has planned on conducting JEE Main 2021 four times. Therefore, there is a high chance of questions getting repeated. If not the exact figures, questions based on the same concept can be asked in the upcoming session. Therefore, students must make it a point to solve questions papers of all shifts in all three sessions.
#5 Be realistic and solve only two mock exams a day. Continuously sitting and solving umpteenth number of mock tests can force candidates to reach their saturation point. Candidates cannot afford this stage with barely any days left. So, the best strategy is to solve 1-2 mock exams every day, analyse the mistakes and revise the difficult concepts. By doing this honestly, candidates can avoid committing mistakes in the actual paper.
Keep calm, maintain a composure and utilise the last few days wisely. All the best!