Indore (Madhya Pradesh): The top 2.5 lakh students are all set to appear in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced, 2022, across the country this coming Sunday (August 28, 2022). After recently released admit cards, the truly crème de la crème in the said examination are struggling to find a balance to score well, especially as qualifying for JEE Advanced is enough to get into the best Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) across the country.
Aspirants must ace in JEE Advanced, as well, to secure admissions and for further study to become excelling engineers of the country and the world. So, the question arises: How to ace the examination?
At this point, it is not about learning new topics and working on fresh ideas. Rather, it is more about keeping yourself ready for the hectic round of examinations.
According to the JEE Advanced paper pattern of 2022, the exam is conducted in the online mode having two papers—Paper 1 and Paper 2. Both papers will be of 3 hours duration each. That makes it about 6 hours of focused application of the subjects. So, how should you prepare to stay focused for 6 hours of JEE Advanced? Here are expert tips from JEE mentor Kamal Sharma.
You must prepare a well-laid-out plan that has a daily schedule with timelines. Remember that timelines play an essential role in JEE advanced attempts.
§ Plan your sleep and never sleep during examination time
§ Take care of your diet, avoid fast food, which can cause lethargy and affect concentration
§ Do not pressure yourself into learning any new topics. Focus on what you know, ensure proficiency in it now
§ Attempt mock papers at the same time as the examination
§ Make it a habit to practice 8 questions every day from the JEE website
§ Focus on avoiding mistakes and doing your best to score well
§ The JEE Advanced, 2022, will be held on August 28 for 2 compulsory papers between 9 am and 12 noon and from 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm
§ The examination date, centre, reporting time and all important instructions are mentioned on the JEE Advanced admit card, 2022
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‘Focus on better performance, not score’
‘Even less score can gain a good rank! Most students feel that they cannot get a good rank with a low score, but that is not sure. You can get a good rank if your performance is good. So, you must focus on avoiding mistakes and doing your best’ — Kamal Sharma, JEE mentor