Tips to Get Ready to Ace in JEE Main 2020 Exam


Are you preparing for the upcoming JEE Main exams? Get some great tips to prepare for the JEE Mains.

Joint exams are very difficult to crack especially when there are so many aspirants who appear in it. The best students from all over the nation participate in order to get their chance to get admission to their favoured college or institute. JEE Mains holds the sole responsibility to give the aspiring students their dream admission in the top-most college of India. And that is why it is mandatory for the student to take their study seriously.

Most of the students start their preparation at a very early age. And it is mandatory because to pass the joint exam one must be good in the science stream. The JEE Main exam conducted by the National Testing Agency is always held in two sessions and also in the year 2020, it will be held in two sessions. The January session is already over and now students are preparing for the April sessions. There are two papers for this examination- Paper 1 and Paper 2.

Paper 1 is for those who want to get a chance in engineering colleges or institutions. And paper 2 is for those who want to go to the architecture and planning field. Both the papers consist of tough and tricky questions and the pattern also changes every year. And because there are many aspects of this exam which makes it difficult for the students to crack their tests, so we are here to make it a little simple.

This article has a preparation strategy, tips and study advice for the students.

Preparing for the JEE Main 2020


It is suggested by the experts and the toppers that the students start to prepare for the exam as soon as possible. Preparing along with the board will be the ideal practising method to stay ahead of your competition. The student will understand the concept better and have time to gradually get comfortable with the process.

JEE Main 2020 Syllabus


Getting familiar with the syllabus is the next step. Make sure to understand the syllabus at first because all the questions in the exam will be from the syllabus. Get to know every inch and corner of the syllabus because you cannot miss a single part as every chapter is important when it comes to the Joint exam.

Divide your study into three sections


The main three sections of JEE Main are- Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The three sections are very important and the aspirants should cover each of them equally. We are going to provide you with preparing tips for each subject.

Physics: All physics chapters consist of logic and concepts. It is a suggestion that the aspirants start to practice this subject from the 9th grade and it is the introduction class for Physics. Physics is also the most feared subject of Vedantu JEE main 2020 aspirants. Just get a clear knowledge about the difficulty level and importance of this subject and you will be good to go.

Chemistry: Even though Chemistry has always been the easiest exam to crack in JEE Mains but most of the students tend to ignore this subject due to the fact that it needs a lot of memorizing. You will just need to work your brain into memorizing all the important parts of this subject and that will be it.

Maths: Now, this is one of the toughest subjects of the JEE Main exam. The countless topics of this subject make it the most difficult section. Just play smart and try to focus on the most scoring topics.

Other important tips that may help


Mock tests- Every year CBSE conducts many mock tests for the aspirant so that they can know the pattern and difficulty level of the question papers. You can also know how tricky the questions can be. The mock test will also be able to help you in terms of accuracy and speed. You should take one mock test per week to analyze your performance.

Solving previous question papers- If you are not keen on the mock test method, you can also get better by solving the previous year's question papers. This is similar to taking the mock test but with this method, you can also practice for taking offline JEE Main exams. Just make sure that you are getting these papers from a genuine place.


Article by Tony John
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