JEE Advanced 2021: How to spend a week before the exam?
JEE Advanced paper consists of a mixture of different types of questions. Multiple choice type questions with single correct answer or multiple correct answer. Comprehension may be followed by two or more objective type questions with one or multiple correct answers. Matrix matching type queries can consist of two columns or even three columns. Integer type questions include a subjective type question with an integer or can be asked correct up to two/three decimal places. Students are advised to be careful as there is negative marking in the paper.
The preparation strategy should be made with effective time management and topic wise planning.
How to use Last One Week Before JEE Advanced Exam:
This is the time to strengthen your preparation and not to start any new subject. The following points will help you to plan your last one week before the exam.
1. Revise the important formulas and brush up all the important concepts in all the three subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
2. Take mock tests on each alternate day keeping in mind your time taken on each question and prepare a strategy for the day of the exam.
3. Take real time mock tests of JEE exam to set your biological clock.
4. Revise from your own handwritten notes, as you will find it easy to understand.
5. Avoid studying any new chapter or reading new books in the last one week.
6. Do test analysis after taking every test so that you avoid making the same mistakes.
7. Most importantly take care of your health. You must be mentally and physically fit on the day of the exam.
8. Disconnect from social media to focus on your exam.
9. Take guidance from your subject teachers when needed as this will boost your confidence.
10. Practice meditation and yoga to overcome any kind of nervousness.
The following tips will help the students to prepare well for JEE Advanced 2021.
speed and accuracy
One of the most important aspects is rigorous practice. To improve speed and accuracy candidates are advised to practice more and more problems, and previous year/attempts questions from reputed online test series. Speed and accuracy both matter to increase your score with the competitive edge. Since JEE is now a computer based exam, it is advisable to practice papers from a reputed source like MyPAT.
Study Material and Concept Clarity
To make it to the merit list it is important that all the problems are categorized in order of difficulty from the single best study material to have correct conceptual understanding and to improve analytical skills. Candidates are also advised not to use calculator while solving problems. Being quick in calculations will help you increase your speed in JEE Advanced exam.
Cover Entire Syllabus – Since most of the topics will be covered by the candidates, it is advised to go through the complete syllabus of JEE Advanced thoroughly. It is advised to avoid selective study and cover the entire syllabus, but looking at the previous year trends, students are advised to emphasize on the following chapters/topics in three subjects.
Math: Quadratic Equations & Expressions, Complex Numbers, Probability, Vectors & amp; 3D Geometry, Matrix in Algebra; circle, parabola, hyperbola in coordinate geometry; Functions, Limits, Continuity and Differentiation, Application of Derivatives, Definite Integrals in Calculus.
Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, Heat and Thermodynamics, Waves & S und, Capacitor & amp; Electrostatics, Magnetics, Electromagnetic Induction, Optics and Modern Physics.
Chemistry: Qualitative analysis, coordination chemistry and chemical bonding in inorganic chemistry, electrochemistry, thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium in physical chemistry and compounds related to oxygen; Amines in organic chemistry.
Strategy to solve different pattern of questions:
Single Choice Multiple Choice Questions Correct: The best way to solve these questions is to go through the question-choice-question route.
Re-scanning the question after keeping the options in mind helps in strategizing the approach to solve the question. Sometimes the choices themselves guide the right strategy or the right answer.
Multiple Choice Questions Multiple Choice Correct: Each question is to be solved and mapped with all the options. It may also happen that the options have the same value written in different forms.
Statistically speaking, these are the questions that have the least percentage of correct answers. In these questions, only the correct options should be answered in case of partial marking.
Comprehension Based: Even if you know the concepts mentioned in the comprehension, you must read it thoroughly, there is a possibility of redefining the concept or providing hypothetical notions. In that case your correct approach can lead to wrong answer.
Matrix Match Type (One to One Matching): If the question is of one to one matching, your approach should be to find out the odds (if any). This will help you reach the correct mapping quickly.
Matrix Match Type (One to Many Match): This type of matrix match will be the most challenging and time consuming. The suggested approach would be to attempt this problem if you believe all 4 lines of concepts, or else put this question away for last.
Numerical Based Answer Type: Generally, these questions are objective type questions, and hence are time consuming. The right way would be to consider them as subjective and solve them only if you have command over the subject or if you have attempted all other questions of the paper. The statistical record of these questions is also short. Last year correct answers to two decimal places were also asked. Therefore, students are advised to write the correct answer to the decimal places as asked.
Reason Assertion Type: These days these type of questions are not asked at all but if there are some questions from this category, then be very careful if both the statements are true. Because, it is very difficult to decide between option A and B or else you can easily mark the correct response.
Tips for exam day:
1. Make sure to get 6 to 7 hours of sound sleep at night before the day of the exam.
2. Reach the exam venue on time and follow all the guidelines issued by IITs for JEE Advanced 2021.
3. Do not forget to carry your admit card, mask and hand sanitizer as per the instructions already given in the admit card.
4. Stay focused outside the exam center and don’t discuss anything with friends.
5. Read all the instructions given in the question paper carefully before you start answering.
6. Solve the paper in two rounds. In the first round, start with the topic as per your comfort level by attempting all the easy and moderate level questions with not more than 45 minutes on each topic.
7. Use the last 45 minutes to solve the remaining questions in the second attempt and those that have been marked for review.
8. Do not spend more than a minute on any question if you find that you are not close to the solution. Go to the next question.
9. Avoid guessing if you are not sure about the answer to a question for which negative marks are given.
10. Attempt all those questions which do not carry negative marks.
11. Remember that it is relative performance that matters, so believe in yourself and give your best shot and you will be successful in JEE Advanced 2021.
(The author Ramesh Butlish is a FIITJEE expert. Views expressed here are personal.)
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