JEE Advance 2015 Preparation Tips:
The Joint Entrance examinations, also known as the (JEE) are Engineering entrance examinations, which are conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education in India. This entrance examination is conducted every year in the months of April & May.
The JEE examinations are divided into 2 phases namely: JEE Mains & JEE Advanced. The JEE Mains entrance examinations are conducted every year for the admitting all candidates to Undergraduate Courses in programs in several reputed public engineering Universities & Colleges.
While the JEE Advance examinations are conducted only for the purpose of filtering the best and the brightest candidates to be admitted only to the Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) all 16 of them and the Indian School of Mines (ISM) Dhanbad.
The JEE Advanced Examinations are conducted after the declaration of the JEE Mains Results. Only those top / merit 150,000 students who have passed and qualified the JEE Mains Examination are allowed to appear for the JEE Advanced examinations.
JEE Advance 2015 Preparation Tips:
The following article given below has been written exclusively for the JEE Advance 2015 Entrance examination. The article suggests and prescribes the suggestions and the preparation tips for JEE 2015 Exams. The following includes the methods and techniques for Step to Step preparation for all candidates intending to appear for the JEE 2015 exams.
(a)Start Preparing Early:
This is probably the 1st tip from my article “JEE Advance 2015 Preparation Tips” because looking into the nature and the complexity of the examination, along with the number of candidates appearing for it, the best suggestion to all Candidates would be to “Start Early”. An early start would sure shot elevate all problems of stress & anxiety, apart from this it would also enable you to study at ease, with great detail & depth, thereby ensuring and guaranteeing you with adequate & timely preparations.
(b)Check your Syllabus & Course Contents:
Before you take the final leap and plunge yourself completely into your preparations, it would be highly advisable that you check and cross refer your syllabus for the examination. Skipping this part of your preparations could actually prove fatal to all the efforts that you put in.
(c)Prepare a Study Plan or Study Routine:
Since the Syllabus / Course Content for the examination is very lengthy and time consuming, it would prove to be very beneficial to break down the entire syllabus into study programs or study plan or study routine (you could name it whatever you want to). This would break the entire syllabus into small portions, thus making it look a bit easy to the eyes and also would help you “not to Press the Panic Button”
A study plan would also help you to analyze as to how much productive time you could put in everyday? How much time is required to complete the syllabus? Whether the time put in by you is sufficient enough? Etc.
(d)Study Regularly / Study Everyday:
Remember the quote “Slow and Steady wins the Race” and this surely holds true for this situation. Its is far better to study every day (regularly) or study at the last time just a few weeks before the date of the examination.
There are many benefits of studying everyday: in the first place it would allow you to study with great depth and detail (with a cool mind, without any hurry), it would also ensure timely completion of your syllabus, thus avoiding a great deal of stress and anxiety (because of the last minute preparations, just before the last days of the exams)
(e)Revise, Revise & Re-Revise:
It is very necessary to constantly remain in touch with your study material even after you have completed your syllabus. Finishing your syllabus does not finish your task as a student, because we all tend to forget after some hrs or days of what we study.
The best way to eliminate this issue would be to remain in constant touch with your studies by revising and re-revising on a daily basis. This would ensure that you remember what you study, thereby also eliminating fear of forgetting what you study during the last days of your examination.
(f)Practice & Solve Previous years Question Papers:
This is probably the last suggestion from my article “JEE Advance 2015 Preparation Tips” and also probably the most important of all the above mentioned tips. Practicing the previous years question papers would not only ward off examination fears but also give you a fair idea of the nature and the pattern of questions which are asked in the examination, thereby boosting your morale and confidence to a great extent.
I hope the above article “JEE Advance 2015 Preparation Tips” would surely help all those candidates, intending to appear for the Upcoming JEE 2015 Examinations. So go ahead and Good Luck to all those, planning to “Play it Big”.
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