National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting JEE Main 2021 in four sessions, one each in February, March, April and May. With four attempts in JEE Main 2021, candidates with less score in one attempt can improve their scores in the next attempt. To take the maximum benefit increased chances, candidates need NTA JEE Main 2021 preparation strategy for phase 1, 2, 3 and 4 exams. Also, candidates must have JEE Main preparation tips, a time table for JEE Main preparation and knowledge of best books for JEE Main. Along with the increased attempt, as per new JEE Main Exam Pattern, there will be a total of 90 questions out of which candidates have to attempt any 75. Thus, to score well in the exam with a good score, check these JEE Main 2021 Preparation Strategy for Phase 1, 2, 3, 4 exams.Latest: Check JEE Main previous year papers; also practice JEE Main mock test 2021
The important thing which all candidates must know is that JEE Main 2021 syllabus remains unchanged in-spite of reduction in class 11 and 12 syllabus by CBSE and several state boards. Candidates have to study the full syllabus including topics which have been removed for board exams. NTA also released the detailed JEE Main syllabus 2021 in its official website and the same is provided here. For deciding the candidates’ rank in JEE Main 2021, the best score of all the attempts a candidate appears will be taken.
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With four attempts in hand, JEE Main aspirants have higher chances of fulfilling their dream of studying in NITs, IIITs and GFTIs. Besides everything else, what is most important is JEE Main 2021 preparation strategy for phase 1, 2, 3 and 4 exams. Careers360 provided specially crafted JEE Main study plans by coaching experts as well as tips and tricks from previous year JEE Main Toppers. Check these tips below
The first and foremost thing which a candidate should do is to cover the entire syllabus of JEE Main. This will make sure that nothing in the exam comes from anything which you have not studied. It will also increase your chances of scoring more marks. However, to complete the entire syllabus requires time. For this, candidates should start studying early, from class 11 and in the beginning of class 12. Also, make a study plan and divide out hours of study so that every subject is studied regularly.-->
Regularity in studies is very important to clear the JEE Main 2021 exam. To study regularly, make a time table for your daily studies and allot time for all three subjects. Study all three subjects daily as it will ensure that the complete JEE Main syllabus is covered on time.
Students must solve previous year JEE Main question papers to understand their preparation level. It will help candidates in understanding how questions have been asked in previous years, difficulty level of questions, topics with weightage. Practising the previous year papers will also help in understanding your preparation level and evaluate how much you need to study.
It is a must to revise the complete syllabus of JEE Main before the exam. Revision will ensure that everything you have studied in your course of study for JEE Main preparation is recalled to the fullest and you answer everything correctly during the exam.
JEE Main mock tests are officially released by NTA and are available on the official website jeemain.nta.nic.in. Every JEE Main candidate must practice mock tests to evaluate their preparation and find out their strong and weak points. Students can also practice mock tests from the NTA mobile app - National Test Abhyas.
Many students face poor time management during the exam. This makes them anxious and perform poorly in the exam. Candidates must note that as the exam is of three hours duration, you have to give a fixed time to every question. If any question is taking longer than what is needed, skip it and solve the next question.