How To Proceed on Preparing for JEE


JEE or Joint Entrance Examination is a common engineering examination conducted by CBSE. It consists of two parts – JEE-Main and JEE-Advanced. Why passing JEE is important? It is the gateway for admissions to various engineering colleges in our country. JEE-Mains will take the successful students to various ‘Indian Institutes of Information Technology’ (IIIT) and ‘National Institutes of Technology’ (NIT) for admissions. JEE-Advanced examination is conducted for admissions to ‘Indian Institutes of Technology’ (IIT) and ‘Indian School of Mines’ (ISM) which is in Dhanbad. Apart from these prestigious institutes, there are some reputed institutes/colleges in India ask for the JEE score at the time of admission. So students should prepare themselves in such a way that they do not miss out on these opportunities.

Preparing for JEE

Practice Make Perfect:

Uniformity, regularity is very important while preparing for JEE. Students studying 15 hours one day and takes a break next 2 to 3 days does not help in any ways. It doesn’t work that way. Some students are more productive in the morning hours while others prefer to study late in the night. Even if you study only 4 to 5 hours per day, if you study with utmost concentration, then it is enough. Either ways choose your most comfortable time and do the practice and the preparations. Since JEE is a huge intense competitive, all India examination, many institutes are available for aspiring students.

Students should download mock exam papers online and solve them. They should attempt nearly 15-20 mock exams. Students must practice solving 25 to 30 full time bound mock tests while preparing for JEE-Mains/JEE-Advanced. Well, the number of attempts are not limited, the more the attempt, the more perfection at the time of facing the real entrance. During little free time, try solving problems from NCERT books, they also count as practice, because they are quite related even if very small.

Do not have this wrong notion that by reading NCERT books or solving problems from NCERT books does little help towards the preparation of JEE entrance. Do consider NCERT as a benchmark to test your basics. They are related even if in small amount.

Various textbooks and Question Banks written especially for this exam are available for JEE aspirants. Compilations of past years’ JEE questions, which comes with solutions is a much have. In addition to these books, as mentioned earlier, practice done on NCERT school textbooks also counts.

Students should keep in mind that there have been changes in question patterns in 2015 for JEE-Advanced. For instance, there were no-single correct Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) at all, but multi-correct questions. Negative markings level was also increased.

Source to get JEE Mains/JEE-Advanced info/Updates:

The below links gives all the latest info and updates related to the Joint Entrance Examinations, from latest JEE-Mains and JEE-Advanced syllabus, JEE-Mains 2016 application form, JEE-Mains, JEE-Mains/ JEE-Advanced 2016 exam date news, latest updates on JEE-Mains and Advanced, JEE news for Mains and Advanced, JEE-Mains admission form, JEE-Mains admission form, JEE mains admit card 2015, JEE-Mains answer key 2015, FAQs etc.

For 2016, JEE-Main will be conducted on 03rd April 2016 (offline mode) and 09th Apr 2016, 10 Apr 2016 (online mode).

For 2016, JEE-Advanced exam to be held on May 22, 2016

NOTE: Students who qualify JEE-Mains can appear for JEE-Advanced examination.

Also an important part of the preparation is to relax the mind, go out with friends and enjoy or watch a good TV program as part of the relaxation.

Believing in yourself, believing in your practice, believing that you can achieve your goal of clearing JEE, you will achieve it.