With NTA’s decision to conduct the JEE Main exams twice a year from 2019, many aspirants are at an added advantage. The first phase of the JEE Main 2019 concluded on January 12 and the students who are not sure of getting a better rank also have a second chance to take exams in April (April 6-20). Registration for the JEE Main April 2019 examination will be begin from February 8 and the last date to apply for the exam is March 7, 2019.
The Common Rank List for JEE Main 2019 will be available in the first week of May after the declaration of the results of the April exam. The better of the scores of candidates who have appeared in both JEE Main January and April will be considered for the ranking purposes while the scores of the candidates who have appeared for just one exam will be used as it is. The common rank lists will denote the All India and Category ranks of the candidates in addition to the details of the candidates and marks obtained. The JEE Main rank will be the basis for admissions to the NITs, IIITs and GFTIs.
For those who missed out on the first attempt or want to improve their ranking to qualify for JEE Advanced, here is a better chance. Attempting the first Main exam should be considered as a mock test which clarifies the weak areas for detailed analysis and further preparations.
Strengthen your weaker subjects
Identify the chapters whose questions were difficult to solve. Consult teachers and faculty for clearing doubts. Allocate extra hours every week for the difficult subjects and doubt-clearing sessions. Discipline is the key to follow the time table. Keep one hour in a week for self-analysis and correction.
Utilise the gap between board exams
Board exams and the second attempt to JEE Main being closely scheduled, preparations for both need to be planned meticulously. However, the challenge remains about how to focus and go about it to emerge victorious in both the exams. There are certain sub-topics in various subjects which generally get more weightage in the Boards because the questions are subjective type. There are also some topics which are included in JEE Main, but not part of the JEE Advanced exam and students tend to ignore them during their preparation. For example, in Physics, the chapters on Electronic Devices and Communications Systems are part of JEE Main and the Board exam, but not part of the JEE Advanced Exam. Students should carefully study these chapters along with the questions from the sample papers so that they can comfortably handle descriptive questions from these chapters.
Practice questions but with concept clarity
Though a good number of problem-solving is essential, but one needs concept clarity to accelerate success as the exam may not have a fixed pattern. Though it is good to solve questions, focus more on making the concepts transparent.
Aspirants are however advised to give in their best shot as it is finally the relative performance in the actual exam that will fetch you a good rank in JEE 2019.
Source Website- timesofindia
Uploaded: Feb 5, 2019