Prerequisites of getting success in JEE Main

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JEE is a national level entrance exam conducted for all IITs across the country. Most of the students find it difficult to study for boards and IIT entrance exams as well.  Students who never consider planning as an important aspect of studying always faces difficulty to crack IIT JEE. When students fail to follow a structured study pattern, they tend to mess up. Joint Entrance Exam (JEE), is one of the toughest undergraduate entrance examinations in the country. JEE (Main) is the first hurdle for the aspiring students which they need to cross in order to secure a seat in one of the IITs. We try to bring some tips for you that will help in the preparation of IIT JEE.

We have pointed out an effective preparation strategy for JEEMain and Advanced, to boost up the success quotient with your JEE study plan. In,  IIT- JEE Preparation you first need to know the syllabus.  The syllabus of JEE main is same as the syllabus followed by CBSE board. All the topics that are required for the IIT JEE examinations are covered in the NCERT books. Since the JEE main is being conducted by the CBSE, it is expected that the similar pattern shall continue in JEE Main as well.

Some tips for you that will help in the preparation of IIT JEE.

Prerequisites of getting success in JEE Main

The JEE main examination is said as a race against time. You need to attempt more number of MCQs.  Though there are 90 questions in all that need to be done in 3 hours. So, student can invest 2 minutes per question. Time management is very necessary to crack JEE Mains and for this JEE main sample paper can help you a lot. As we know there is no limited criterion for studying, still we have some topics in every subject which can form the basis for entire subject.

In Physics, Kinematics and Dynamics are essential to learn, in Chemistry Physical Chemistry can be considered as a very scoring topic and in Mathematics calculus is very important. The shortlisted students in JEE mains are called for JEE Advanced exams. The entire CBSE board syllabus is covered under JEE (Advance) excluding few topics. So make an effective plan and study accordingly.

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