Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued admit card of JEE Main 2018 today, on March 12, 2018, at 7 PM. Candidates who are registered for the Joint Entrance Examination (Mains) can log in to download it at jeemain.nic.in. After downloading it, it has to be printed on white paper, and kept safely to be taken to exam hall on day of exam.
JEE Main 2018 is scheduled to be conducted on three dates April 8, April 15, and April 16. On April 8, JEE Main will be held in offline mode. Both paper 1 and paper 2 will be held on this date. After that, on both April 15 as well as April 16, the exam will be held in online mode. On those two dates, only paper 1 will be held.
The JEE Main 2018 admit card is also known as hall ticket. It contains key details such as roll number of candidate and centre assigned. Roll number is specific to each test taker and no two can have the same roll number. It is a critical data which will also be used later to check result of JEE Main 2018. You can download JEE Main 2018 admit card here.
Upon downloading the admit card, candidate will get to know about the assigned exam centre. This cannot be changed now. Thus, one should make requisite arrangements to arrive at the centre on time, on the day of exam.
It is suggested that test takers try to visit the centre of exam at least one day prior to it. This will help one get a rough idea of how much time it takes to reach the centre from their home, and also its exact location. It saves a lot of time on exam day.
Candidates must keep relevant documents and stationery ready to take on the day of exam. only important things should be taken, and anything that can be avoided should be left behind. Any valuables should not be carried. Mobile phones, calculators are strictly not allowed.
With just a little time remaining for the exam, revision might have already begun for many of the 10 lakh applicants. However, board exams are also going on, and one has to also concentrate on those. JEE Main 2018 revision is likely to begin in full swing after all board exams get over.
It is vital to stay motivated in the last few days. Whatever you have studied, you can definitely remember and apply that in your exam. Staying calm and confident is a vital component of doing well in exam.