The National Testing Agency (NTA) is yet to release the notification for the Joint Entrance Examination or JEE Main 2022. Although it was expected for the notification to be out in December 2021; there has been no official update regarding the same. This, as a result, is now seen to bewilder the aspirants as they are waiting to know the examination dates. Despite that, preparations should not stop. To provide some relief to lakhs of JEE Main 2022 aspirants, here are some topper tips that will help them in enhancing their preparation.
1. The foremost tip is to understand the question paper. For that, students can take a glance at the previous year question papers. This will help them in getting an idea about what they can expect in the actual question paper.
2. Toppers are of the opinion that the reason behind scoring less in a mock test or internal exam is the lack of confidence. If an aspirant faces the same issue then they should work on it because this may compromise one’s performance in the actual exam.
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3. Students should read the NCERT books completely, especially for Chemistry. As seen previously, the questions are mostly covered from the NCERT books. Moreover, students should look into the diagrams, mostly the ones in ‘Chemistry in Everyday Life’.
4. While studying Physics, toppers have stressed that one should focus more on applications and concepts. Some questions in Physics are based on in-depth theory. The types of questions that are seen in the subject are theory-based and assertion-based. These require the student to have a crystal clear idea of the concepts.
5. Even for Mathematics, NCERT is considered to be the base study material. To ace this paper, students should have a good command of the previous years’ question papers. A pro tip for solving difficult questions is to know and understand the process for reaching the solution.
6. The lab manuals provided by NCERT are said to be very important for JEE Main 2022. Often at times, there are questions which the candidates think to have been outside the NCERT books. However, toppers say that this is not necessarily the case as the questions are asked from the lab manuals.
7. Lastly, as the rhetoric goes, ‘practice is the key’. As per the toppers’ understanding of the question papers, very few questions are asked beyond the textbooks. Hence, it is extremely important to revise and practise what one has studied so far.