The Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Main 2021 exams are going to start from tomorrow. The exam for the February session is to be held over a period of 4 days, i.e on February 23, 24, 25, 26, 2021. As many as 11 lakh aspirants are going to sit for the national level entrance test, which is conducted for admission to undergraduate engineering and architecture programmes.
Hall ticket for JEE Main is available at jeemain.nta.nic.in. Besides carrying the print out of the admit card, it is mandatory for the candidates to also carry the self declaration / undertaking regarding COVID-19,. Examinees need to paste their photograph, put their left-hand thumb impression and have it signed by their parents before reaching the JEE Main test centers. A valid photo ID, a 50 ml sanitiser bottle, face mask are also to be carried on the day of the examination.
With the D-day now arrived, here are some last minute touches which you can give to your preparation for the engineering entrance exam.
Take mock tests – Though the exam has started, however, candidates must not forget the basic for the exam preparation which is taking the mock tests. This will help the candidates to test their preparation level. In addition to this, they will able to get a clear idea of the JEE Main exam pattern, difficulty level, type of questions asked, and more. Hence, do as many mock tests as you can.
Solve past year papers and sample paper – Apart from the mock test, candidates must also solve past year papers and sample papers. In the past, repeated questions have been asked in the exam.
Don’t pick up any new topic – Since the exams is so near, it is best that the aspirants should not pick any topic to study. Instead, candidates should revise the topics they have already studied and make the most of the time.
Revise important formula, and reactions – Revision is a must and must not be skipped by the examinees as it is an important study exercise. Hence, before the examination JEE aspirants should engage themselves to go through all the important formulas, theorems and the reactions. It will help them to easily solve questions, additionally writing these formulas, theorem or reactions in a notebook or making flashcards for the same will them to remember these for the examination easily.
Do not overwork yourself – A day before the examination, many students burn the midnight oil to do their best on the exam day. They tend to study for long hour which is more than the required amount of time needed for preparation. However, candidates should get a significant amount of sleep and rest before the examination. Only then, they can sit for the exam with a refreshed mind. Besides a healthy mind, aspirants should also take a balance diet and take care of their health.
Reach the exam center early – To avoid any hassle on the day of the examination, it is advised to the candidates to reach the examination center an hour before the reporting time. Report at the examination center well advanced in time and avoid risk by getting late on exam day and double check before leaving your house that you are carrying all the necessary documents with you.
Lastly, you must remain confident and think positive. Read the question paper properly and attempt the questions first which you can easily solve and then gradually move on to questions which are difficult. It is also advised to not to mark answers in which you are not confident as there is a negative marking for incorrect answers. Have faith in yourself and you have worked hard for the exam and executive whatever you have learned, practice perfectly.