JEE Main 2018 Preparation
JEE Main – Joint Entrance Examination is the largest engineering entrance exam which occurs both in online and offline mode. Every year around 15 lakh students appear for JEE Main. Around 2 lakh aspirants are selected to appear for JEE Advanced. There are around 11,000 seats in 23 IITs that are filled through JEE Advanced. So, when JEE is knocking at your door, don’t get frightened and start your preparation in full swing from today onwards; make best possible utilization of every second. It is better to the start the preparation with NCERT books. They help in forming good conceptual base and are easy to understand.
Tips to Crack JEE Main 2018
Cracking the JEE Main needs one to have a very well-structured study strategy. It demands the students to be academically strong as well as have other skills like analytical skills, time management, exam taking strategy, and situational intelligence.
Know the inside outs: Know the exam head to toe. What is the required syllabus, eligibility, test dates, Exam pattern, time limits, No. of questions and instructions.
Know the topics: Know the précised topics covered by each test and the difficulty of individual question which varies with the two tests. Below are just a few examples of the topics you may encounter on the test which by no means are definitive:
Physics: Kinematics, laws of motion, gravity, thermodynamics, electromagnetism, optics, electronic devices.
Chemistry: States of matter, atomic structure, redox reactions, chemical kinetics, environmental chemistry, periodic groups, basic organic chemistry principles.
Mathematics: Quadratic equations, mathematical induction, sequences and series, matrices, integral calculus, differential equations, coordinate geometry.
Mock Tests: Appear for as many mock tests as you can. it is the simplest and the effective method to evaluate yourself and gives you valuable experience of getting through your preparations.
Solve past 10 years questions: Another important resource for applicants looking to pass the JEE are the question papers from past tests. Unlike the mock tests, which have questions specifically made for them, JEE Main question papers contain the exact questions included on past exams, making them a very valuable resource.
JEE Main 2018 Important Dates
JEE Main 2018 Notification – 3rd week of November 2017
Online Applications Starts from – 1st week of December 2017
Admit Card Availability – 2nd or 3rd week of March 2018
JEE Main 2018 Examination Dates – 8th April 2018 (Announced)