JEE Main 2023: 6 tips to score well in the exam

JEE Main 2023 is expected to be released soon. Know what steps to follow to score well in JEE Main.

JEE Main 2023: 6 tips to score well in the exam JEE Main 2023
Vikash Kumar Vishwakarma | Dec 2, 2022 - 2:20 p.m. IST
Share Via

New Delhi: National Test Agency (NTA) will soon release the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2023 notification online. Aspirants shall be able to check the NTA JEE 2023 notice on the official website, JEE Main is a national level exam held for candidates seeking admission to B.Tech, B.Arch, and B.Plan courses.

Latest: Start your JEE Main 2023 Preparation with AI Coach Study Modules & Unlimited Mock Tests. Join Now!
Browse: Just Study 40% Syllabus and Score upto 100% in the JEE Main exam, All you need to know about JEE Main Highest Scoring Chapters And Topics. Know More.
Don't Miss: Free Download JEE Main previous year question papers. Click Here
Recommended: Use JEE Main college predictor to check your admission chances in NITs/IIITs/GFTIs Try Now!

Applications Open for B.Tech @UPES. Ranked #61 by NIRF, #243 by QS Asia University Rankings 2023. 100% Placement, 50 LPA Highest CTC. Apply Now 

Candidates will get admission through JEE Main in engineering colleges only if they qualify for the test. To qualify for the test candidates have to focus on their studies and avoid distraction. Some of the tips for scoring well in JEE Main 2023 exam are as follows.

Also Read: JEE Main exam date 2023 expected this week; Frequently asked questions

  • Know the Syllabus of JEE Main: Before starting the preparation for the test, it is necessary to know the syllabus. Knowing the syllabus of JEE Main will help the candidate to know what to study and what not. When you are aware of the syllabus make a list of topics to study and plan your time table accordingly.

  • Make a Study Time Table: Once you are aware of the syllabus for the test prepare a timetable for study. While making a study timetable divide equal time for each subject. Making a study timetable will not be enough, you have to stick to your timetable and follow it sincerely. Every candidate has their own pace of studying so it is advised not to follow others' study methods.

  • Make Notes: While studying makes notes, as it is said when you make notes while studying it becomes easier to remember and memorize the topics. You should also make a handy note of the formulas, it will reduce your time in finding the formula while calculating.

  • Revision: Practice makes a man perfect, hope everyone has heard this proverb. So, it is necessary to practice what you have learned. At the end of the day, take a note and write down everything topics or formula that you have learned on the same day. Do it honestly, once you have written, check if anything is left or you are unable to recall. Make the point of the topic that you are unable to recall and revise that topic along with all the topics.

  • Solve Previous Year Papers: The best way to check your knowledge of the topic that you have studied is by solving the previous year's question. Candidates can solve the previous year's question every weekend. While solving the previous paper the JEE Main actual time duration. Doing so will help you to manage your time. After solving the JEE Main previous questions check your answer and make the point of the wrong questions. Solve your doubt about the wrong answer. Feel free to reach your faculty for clarification on the topics.

  • Changes in Habits: Health is wealth. Every student studies very hard in preparation for the entrance test and they should not compromise their health. Candidates should meditate and exercise regularly. Medication will improve your concentration while exercise will keep you healthy. Moreover, take a good sleep and it will keep you fresh every day. Reduce the usage of social media to avoid distractions.

Aspirants who wish to appear for the exam should meet the JEE Main eligibility condition. JEE Main 2023 is a computer-based test. The test is conducted for two papers - Paper 1 (B.E/B.Tech) and paper 2 (B.Arch and B.Plan). JEE Main Paper 1 and 2 is conducted in computer-based test mode only. The question paper consists of multiple-choice questions. Moreover, negative marking is done for the wrong answers.

Follow us for the latest education news on colleges and universities, admission, courses, exams, schools, research, NEP and education policies and more..

To get in touch, write to us at

Know More About
Download Exam Brochure
Back to top