JEE Main 2021: Expert suggests a new strategy to prepare for exam amid COVID-19 crisis
Following are some tips someone can use to qualify for JEE-Mains
Due to the rise in the number of cases many entrance exams have been postponed. April and May sessions of JEE have been postponed until further notice. This gives more time for preparation for the exam. Yet there is a need for students to change their strategy. Here are remarkable points to re-strategize for JEE Mains 2021 by Vivek Gupta, renowned career planner. “As the exam is postponed, students will want to refer to updated strategies from various sources. However, you should only rely on professional and reliable sources of information. Following untrustworthy resources can have a significant negative impact on your results. While the postponement of exams can cause you distress, remember that every change has unintended consequences. Those who adapt well to any given situation can transform disaster into opportunity”.
JEE Main 2021 – Tips to re-strategize exam preparation
You are not alone– At certain times when exams are postponed a lot of pressure is created on students. Every student faces an equal amount of pressure. This may create a negative impact on student’s mental health. But one must accept the situations and make the best of them.
Value your time– It’s very important to keep in mind that exams are just postponed for now and not canceled. Hence time should be utilized carefully. One must focus on qualifying for all the 3 exams (JEE Mains, JEE Advanced, and Boards). Remember Time is money.
Honest Assessment– Stay honest to yourself. Take time for assessing yourself. Categorize the chapters in the following manner which can help you in dedicating time to every chapter.
Category I (I feel awesome)-Put a chapter in this category if you are sure about it. Revise the chapter, solve some mock tests related to it.
Category II (I feel Okay)- Put a chapter in this category if you are unsure about it. Read the concept again and try to see which part you feel difficult.
Category III (I need help)- If any chapter goes in this category then with the help of your teacher learn the concept again. Once you get sure about it then and move it to category II, then to the category, and move it to category II, then to category I.
Less is more- Humans always try to go beyond their limits. Do not try to solve the entire book in a short period. It would only confuse you.
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