The National Testing Agency is going to conduct the 3rd Phase of the JEE Main 2021 exam from July 20, 2021, onward. The third phase of the national level engineering entrance exam is scheduled to be held on July 20, 22, 25 and 27, 2021 as per the latest updates and registered candidates only have 04 days left to complete the last-minute preparations.
Based on the JEE Main 2021 score, candidates are offered seats in engineering, architecture & planning undergraduate courses. Ths, securing a good score is imperative in order to get admission through JEE Main exam. With only 04 days remaining, there is just enough time to practice and revise for the exam to aim for a 100 percentile score in the exam.
As per toppers of the JEE Main exam in the earlier iterations, candidates aiming for 100 percentile marks must be highly dedicated toward study during the last few days. Candidates must refrain from engaging in distracting activities such as social media and focus only on studies. During these last few days, candidates must only focus on revising and practising for the exam extensively.
An important strategy shared by earlier toppers of the exam is to refer to the previous year papers of the JEE Main exam during these last few days. Referring to the previous year papers of the exam can help candidates become more acquainted and versed with typical questions that are asked in the exam almost every year. Thus, if candidates get commonly repeated questions in the upcoming exam, chances are that they can solve them accurately and therefore, increase the overall number of good attempts.
Since the JEE Main 2021 question paper includes a fair share of Numerical Value Type questions, candidates are advised to focus on practising solving such questions extensively. As candidates have to solve the paper within the limited time of three hours only, candidates must practice basic mental calculations in order to save time when solving NVTs or other questions involving calculations.
The JEE Main syllabus is based on the 10+2 syllabus, candidates can refer to NCERT textbooks during the last few days to clear out any confusion in the understanding of fundamental concepts. However, it is not advisable to start learning any new topic during the last few days.
Last but not the least, candidates are advised to solve mock tests and sample papers for the exam during the remaining days. This is to ensure that candidates can devise a strategy to manage the time effectively to attempt a maximum number of questions. The NTA has allowed optional questions in the JEE Main exam and candidates must, therefore, attempt all 75 out of 90 questions in the paper to ensure that they can pass with 100 percentile.