The world is finely coping up with the challenges raised by Covid-19 pandemic as the life of people are returning back on the normal track as it was pre Covid. However, people still need to take some precautionary measures as the danger is not over yet completely. Meanwhile, various competitive exams are also being conducted now which were delayed earlier. JEE Advanced, the examination to get admission in India’s premier engineering institutes such as IITs, was also scheduled to be held on July 3 but it got postponed because of the unprecedented situation caused by Covid-19. Now, the exam of JEE Advanced is scheduled to be held on 3rd October 2021.
Last Minute Tips for Strengthening the Preparation for JEE Advanced 2021
Since exam of JEE Advanced 2021 is almost here, aspirants are already on their toes to finish the race to secure a seat in the prestigious IITs. The JEE Advanced is considered as one of the toughest engineering exams all over the world. So, to clear it with good scores, candidates need proper preparation strategies, books or sample papers for rigorous practice. As the exam is approaching near, the pressure and stress level of candidates is increasing. So, here are some tips for them that will help them to reduce stress and give their best shot in the exam.
1. What and How to Revise?
The syllabus of JEE Advanced 2021 is extensive. Every aspirant need to prepare each topic from the latest syllabus but one also needs to focus on those areas where they are lacking. So, at first candidates should find out the topics which they need to prepare more effectively. For this you can also take self-assessment survey of School Megamart. If candidates think that they have enough time to prepare for their weak topics, then only they should invest time otherwise it is better to revise those topics which you have thoroughly prepared before and have a good command.
2. Make a Strategy to Attempt Questions of Different Patterns
The pattern of JEE Advanced 2021 paper includes several types of questions and each question must be answered correctly to avoid negative marking. But different types of questions need different types of strategies to solve them.
The best method to solve these types of questions is to run through Question-Option-Question way. If you are not satisfied with this method then another way is that you must try to solve the question without looking at options. Once you find your answer then check it with your options. This will help you to reduce your confusion as many students know the correct answer but because of the similarities among options they get confused and choose wrong answers.
b. Comprehension Based Questions:
Always read the comprehension thoroughly even if you know the concept mentioned in paragraph. In such questions there are chances of redefining of concepts or these types of questions use hypothetical assumptions. So, to avoid any confusion, try to read the paragraph of the comprehension thoroughly.
c. Matching Based Question:
If the question is of one-to-one matching, then candidates must try to find the odd one out option. This will help you to quickly reach to the correct mapping. One-to-many matching type questions could be proved more challenging and time consuming. So, it is very important that a candidate should only attempt these types of questions when they have confidence on the concepts of all rows. Otherwise, keep such questions for last or leave them for avoiding negative marking.
d. Numerical Based Questions:
These types of questions are generally subjective questions which have been converted into objective ones. Numerical based questions are time taking ones and have a low scoring statistical record. So, prefer to solve these questions when you have completed all the questions from other sections and have a good command over this section.
3. Revision of Important Topics
Candidates should revise the important formulae and brush up all important concepts of all three subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. By setting the clock in accordance to JEE Advanced 2021 exam timings, take mock tests to know your preoperational level for the exam. Then revise the topics, on which you want to get command. Do not study any new topic or chapter at the last moments as it will create confusion.
4. Keep Yourself Healthy
Amid the pandemic situation, not only variants of Coronavirus are creating problems but there is a risk of various other viral diseases and infections as well due to change in weather. So, it is important to take care of your health and you must remain mentally and physical fit for the exam as well as during the preparations. Exercise regularly, take nutritional diet, practice meditation and Yoga to stay healthy and remove any kind of nervousness and stress.
5. Preparation of Examination Equipment
Collect the required examination stuff two or three days before the exam to avoid end time rush. Do not forget to keep your admit card and pen for the exam. On the exam day, follow the Covid precautionary guidelines like wearing masks and carrying a bottle of sanitizer or hand rub. Read the complete instructions given on the JEE Advanced 2021 admit card carefully and reach the examination centre in time.
What is JEE Advanced?
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) – Advanced is conducted annually by one of the seven zonal Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT). The Joint Admission Board (JAB) guides the procedure of this exam and makes policies for its smooth conducting. This year IIT Kharagpur will conduct the JEE Advanced Exam 2021. This exam is a gateway to pursue Engineering courses through best engineering colleges. After clearing this exam, students can get admission to any of the IITs, other government colleges of engineering and can even apply for the foreign universities like University of Cambridge and National University of Singapore. Candidates who have scored good marks in the JEE Main and fulfil the required criteria are allowed to apply for the JEE Advanced exam.
JEE Advanced 2021 exam Details
Here are few details related to the JEE Advanced exam to get the necessary information:
JEE Advanced 2021 Registration
Registration forms were available for the JEE Advanced 2021 on the official website. The last date for the submission of registration form was September 21 and for fees payment was September 22.
JEE Advanced 2021 Admit Card
Admit cards were released on the official website of JEE Advanced. Registered candidates can easily download their admit cards of JEE Advanced 2021 by filling up the basic details on the official website.
JEE Advanced 2021 – Mode of Exam and Result Date
The IIT Kharagpur is the institute which is organizing JEE Advanced 2021. The exam will be conducted in online mode and candidates have to attempt and qualify Paper I and Paper II for securing admissions in top Indian Engineering Colleges. The JEE Advanced 2021 result will be announced soon after the commencement of exam. The result will be available on the official website and candidates can check it by entering their details.
Nervousness and anxiety before any exam is common, but what matters is that we do not let this anxiety and nervousness to disturb our performance in exam. Exams like JEE Advanced need strategic preparations continuously and regularly, so students start preparing for it months before the exam. Without thinking much about the result, they should think about giving their best in the exam. Their preparation and hardwork will give fruitful results if they have confidence and keep their focus till their exam is completed. School Megamart wishes all the candidates for the upcoming exam.
JEE Advanced 2021: FAQs
Q1. Which organization conducts the exam of JEE Advanced 2021?
Ans. One of seven zonal IITs across India conduct the JEE Advanced exam. These IITs are at Bombay, Roorkee, Kharagpur, Kanpur, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Guwahati. The JEE Advanced 2021 exam is being conducted by IIT Kharagpur.
Q2. Why did the JEE Advanced 2021 exam get delayed?
Ans. Due to the outbreak of Covid-19, many exams including JEE Advanced 2020 were postponed. Similarly, this year also the JEE advanced 2021 has been rescheduled from July 3 to October 3.
Q3. What are the timings of both papers of JEE advanced?
Ans. The exam will be held on October 3. Paper I will be scheduled from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. Timings of Paper II is from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm.
Q4- Which IIT conducted JEE Advanced 2020 exam?
Ans. IIT Delhi conducted the exam of JEE Advanced 2020.
Q5. What is the mode of JEE advanced exam 2021?
Ans. The JEE advanced 2021 is a computer based examination that means it will be conducted in online mode.