JEE (Joint Entrance Exam) Main is conducted by CBSE to offer admissions to interested candidates in engineering and architecture undergraduate programmes at National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs) across the nation. JEE Main also acts as a preliminary exam for admission to Indian Institutes of Technolgy (IITs) and ISM Dhanbad.

JEE Main is a national level entrance exam and almost 1.3 million candidates appear for it every year. Out of these, top 2,50,000 are selected to appear for JEE Advanced. The exam is conducted in both offline and online modes. This year, the offline exam would be held on 8th April whereas the online exam is scheduled on 15th and 16th April. As the number of days left for exam’s limit tends to zero, the heart rate of the students appearing for it tends to infinity.

There are almost two months left for the exam. This is an exam important enough to conclude someone’s future. There are certain things which we are going to tell you that you must and must not do which will affect your performance for good. Here are some tips for the students appearing for JEE Main so that they can increase their efficiency in these remaining two months which, in turn, will improve their result.

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• The first thing you should do in order to increase your efficiency is keeping good care of your body. Eat healthy food. Include fruits and dry fruits in your diet which are an important source of vitamins and minerals required to keep your body active and your mind sharp. Also, start your mornings with mild exercises. Running and yoga keeps your mind healthy and active which increases your ability to understand and learn things faster.
• Not getting a proper sleep is one the most common mistakes students make while preparing for competitive exams like JEE. Most of the students burn midnight oil which affects their learning abilities seriously. Instead of this, you should sleep early and wake up in the early morning. Research shows that the mind’s grasping power is at its peak during early hours.
• Strengthen your strong subjects. As the exam date is getting closer and closer, there is no point of starting new topics. It will just increase the chaos. Instead, take a good grasp of your strong topics so that there are fewer chances of making mistakes.
• Solve as many mock papers as you can. This will not only give you an idea about the types of questions asked but also help you learn time management. This exam not only tests your knowledge but also your time management and problem-solving skills. Don’t just stick to a hard problem. Give it some time and if it still doesn’t seem solvable, move on to the next question.
• While revising, don’t start revising chapters from the beginning. Instead, start solving questions of medium and high difficulty which have a high probability of being asked in the exam. Also, don’t just solve questions in your mind. Solve questions by writing them down. It increases retaining capacity.

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• Don’t start any new topics. Stick to the ones you’ve already studied.
• Don’t lose confidence. Most of that students lose their momentum at this crucial stage and end up in trouble. Stay focused and keep your goal in mind.
• Don’t waste your time on social media. It is good to stay connected to the outer world but an excess of it might land you in trouble. There are many students who lose track of their time and end up in situations that lead to failure.

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Reference Books To Be Used For Preparation

• For chemistry, NCERT is more than enough. It has all the concepts required to solve the problems asked in the question paper. Learn the NCERT textbooks by heart and it will easily fetch you at least 80% marks in this section.
• For Physics, NCERT and HC Verma are decent books. Learn all concepts from the NCERT textbook. Solve each question and solved example from the NCERT textbook and then try solving problems from HC Verma as well. For JEE physics theory, HC Verma is the best book available.
• For Mathematics, try solving McGraw-Hill Series or the NCERT textbooks. These are more than enough for JEE Main Mathematics.

Quick Tips for JEE Main Preparation
• Prepare a list of important formulae in each chapter.
• Note the tips for quick solution of problems.
• Make daily/weekly targets and write them down.
• Revise the syllabus as per study plan.
• Make timetable and distribute time & strive to achieve that.
• Solve previous year questions as per time frame guidelines of the actual exam.
• Have proper sleep and proper diet. #KhabarLive


  1. बेहतरीन आलेख…
    आपने JEE की विस्तृत जानकारी दी, तैयारी करने के लिए शानदार और अनुकरणीय सलाह दी…
    नि:संदेह आपने गागर में सागर भर दिया! ये एक सराहनीय लेख है.
    यह सभी JEE प्रतिभागियों के लिए काफी मददगार साबित होगा.
    बहुत-बहुत शुभकामनाएँ व शुभाशीष!

  2. Thanks man for this wonderful article .you are such an talented person . This article is
    Very helpful for all those students. Who are appearing this year for JEE main exam. I am very inspired by u when I saw this article. Keep doing this work in ur future as u have the god gifted mind?????

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