JEE Main 2022: Repeater Preparation Tips by Expert

The JEE Main 2022 Notice, for admission into undergraduate programs in NITs, IIITs and other Centrally Funded Engineering Institutions (CFTIs), etc. is expected to be released soon by The National Testing Agency (NTA).

Last year, due to Covid, the NTA had conducted the exam in four phases. However, in preparing the final merit list for JEE Main, the candidate’s performance in the best of the four sessions was taken into account. The exact dates and no. of the attempts for the upcoming phases are yet to be released by the NTA.

Many students drop out every year due to lack of preparation, not getting the desired technical data, health problems or because of a wrong strategy to pass the exam. The reasons can be anything to take a drop, but the ultimate goal remains the same, which is to successfully crack the JEE Main with good rank. Dropping a year is a call from students who are confident they will improve their performance on their next attempt.

The following tips will help the Repeaters prepare for a desired rank in the JEE Main 2022 exam.

A. Work on Your Weaknesses: You know your weaknesses, so focus on strengthening them. Work on not repeating anything you did before that led to your poor performance. Have a positive attitude and don’t let this thought cross your mind, what if I fail. Trust the process you followed in your preparation. The focus should be on earning better concepts and not just on the points after the test. Rather, make a note of the concepts you are missing and revise it to solve questions related to them and make sure you get the hang of it.

B. Take mock tests and develop the right exam temperament: After finishing a few subjects, take a mock test or solve the questions from previous years, which would help you analyze the progress in your preparation. The candidate must evaluate the test results to understand where he/she is lagging. This would help to get perfection in the weaker subjects. The mock test also helps improve one’s speed and accuracy. students

Also get to know the exam pattern and types of questions asked through mock tests.

C. Join a Crash Course/Short-Term Test Series: If you previously did self-study or enrolled in a correspondence course, you can now enroll in a Crash Course along with a renowned All India Test Series to check your national ranking to check. These tests will help you know your current national-level ranking so that you can close any loopholes in your preparation. In addition, you must attend the test analysis sessions after each test

which will help you with the kinds of mistakes you make so that you don’t repeat them in the actual exam.

Quick Tips for the D-Day:

* Sleep 6 to 7 hours the night before the exam.

* Reach the exam location in plenty of time.

*Don’t forget to bring your admission card on the exam day.

*Do not discuss anything with friends outside the exam center.

*Remember to carefully read all instructions on the question paper.

*Start with the topic in order of your comfort level to maximize the number of question attempts

with no more than 45 minutes per subject.

*Use the last 45 minutes to solve balance questions on a second attempt and for revision.

* Don’t spend more than a minute on a question if you find it isn’t

solution is approaching. Go to the next question.

*Don’t guess if you’re unsure in a question that has been assigned negative numbers.

*Must try and even guess all questions that have no negative points.

*Just do your best. It’s the relative performance that counts, do your best and you’re sure to get a win on JEE Main.

(Author Ramesh Batlish is a FIITJEE expert. The opinions expressed here are personal.)

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