The National Testing Agency (NTA) is expected to release the notification for the Joint Entrance Examination or JEE Main 2022 soon. Similar to the previous years, the upcoming entrance examination will be conducted four times. The first examination is likely to be held in February 2022. JEE Main 2022 will mainly be taken by the students who are presently in their Class 12. However, the upcoming CBSE Term 1 board exams are imminent and these students have to keep up with their preparation for the entrance test as well. So, here are 6 tips that one can follow for guidance during this stage.
#1. Students can divide the four units: Electrostatics and Capacitors, Current Electricity, Magnetic Field & Magnetic Force, and EMI and AC within the remaining time. For JEE Main 2022, a total of 6 chapters will be covering these four units.
#2. While studying, experts recommend going through the class notes first and then switching to the NCERT textbooks. Going through the class notes first will enhance the JEE Main 2022 preparation.
#3. After completing the second step, one should immediately start with their practice sessions. However, keep in mind that the practice sessions will be as per the CBSE Term 1 examination pattern. The best way to do this will be the sample question papers.
#4. Another tip that the students can follow is that they take up any two chapters from class 11 and revise them while studying for the Term 1 board exams. Although it is very unlikely that questions from class 11 will be asked in the Term 1 board exams, it will only help the students keep up with their pace for JEE Main 2022.
#5. Practicing MCQs can be of great help since the Term 1 examinations will follow the same pattern. So, students can look up objective-type questions and exemplar problems from the books by Oswaal Publications, Arihant Publications, XamIdea, etc. A pro tip to ace the Term 1 exams will be to solve a minimum of 10 sample papers.
#6. An in-depth study of every subject is very important for both Term 1 and JEE Main 2022. The reason behind this is that there will not be any descriptive questions. Students will not be required to write long answers. In that case, precision becomes important to get every MCQ correct. Therefore, a thorough reading of every chapter for each subject will be essential since the questions will be MCQ-based.