Vagisha Kaushik|Dec 1, 2023
JEE Main 2021 May postponed: Know what to do next
JEE Main 2021 May has been postponed. Students can check tips to use this extra time for better JEE Main 2021 preparation.
NEW DELHI: National Testing Agency (NTA) announced the postponement of JEE Main 2021 May exam due to surge in coronavirus cases across the country. The JEE Main May 2021 exam was scheduled to be conducted from May 24 to 27 as a computer based test. Now that the authorities have postponed the Joint Entrance Examination May, the IIT JEE Main 2021 May aspirants have extra time to boost their preparation.
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JEE Main 2021 aspirants are advised to take utmost advantage of the extra time and ace the upcoming exam. Here, candidates are provided with tips to use this extra time for better JEE Main 2021 preparation.
Revise all important topics - By now most of the JEE Main 2021 aspirants must have completed the JEE syllabus released by the NTA. Students are now advised to start revising all the important JEE Main 2021 topics again. While revising, prefer making short and handy notes containing important concepts and formulas. This will help them to revise the concepts and formulas a week before the exam without wasting much time on it.
Solve previous session’s question papers - According to JEE toppers and experts, solving previous year’s question papers boost the preparation level in a significant way. The NTA has successfully concluded the first two sessions of JEE Main 2021. Students should practice the JEE Main 2021 February and March question papers as released by the authorities. This will give them a fair idea on the pattern and difficulty level of the paper.
Do not skip any topic - In case a candidate has skipped any topic due to lack of time while preparing for the JEE Main 2021 May exam should complete all the topics now. Students are advised to not to skip any topic that is mentioned in the JEE Main 2021 syllabus.
Don’t stress much - Surge in COVID-19 cases has created chaos in the minds of people, students are advised to not to take much stress but must take care of themselves and stay healthy. Note that any effect on students' health will directly affect their preparations.
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