Ridhi.Khurana|May 18, 2021
JEE Main revision strategy by experts during lockdown
With JEE Main April postponement, candidates have got extra time to prepare for the exam. Candidates can find JEE Main 2021 revision tips by experts to score better.
NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency is conducting JEE Mains 2021 in four sessions. Now that JEE Main April 2021 is postponed till further notice, candidates have got extra time to prepare for IIT JEE 2021. Given below are some tips on JEE Main revision strategy by the experts. Candidates should have a study plan until JEE Main exam dates 2021 are declared by the authorities. Given below are JEE Main 2021 tips to prepare during lockdown.
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JEE Main Revision Strategy by Experts
“More than 50% syllabus of JEE Mains is same as the CBSE Class 12 board examination syllabus. Therefore, while revising the syllabus for Class 12 board examination, candidates should revise it to the fullest at JEE level to perform well in both exams. As the board exams are postponed now, candidates can revise Class 11 syllabus for JEE Main and again focus on board exam revision fully from May end or when the dates of board exam are announced,” Saurabh Kumar, National Academic Director, Vidyamandir Classes.
“Board exam shall start at least by the third week of June. So, candidates have more than six weeks in hand. They should use three to four hours for revising Class 11 syllabus for JEE Main and use the remaining time for revising Class 12 syllabus. This will help them do well in the board exams as well as NTA JEE Main 2021. Once the exact dates of board exams are announced, focus only on Class 12 at least 15 days prior to the exam. Use one hour per day for English and the fifth subject,” Brij Mohan, Co-Founder, Vidyamandir Classes.
Along with JEE Main revision tips, candidates may have a look at the revised JEE Mains 2021 exam pattern applicable for the upcoming exam as shown below:
JEE Main 2021 Exam Pattern (Paper 1)
Mode of Exam
Computer-based test mode
3 hours (4 hours for persons with benchmark disabilities)
Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics
Total number of questions
90 (need to answer 75 questions) (Each subject will have 20 MCQs and 10 numerical ques out of which 5 is must)
Type of Questions
20 Objective questions having 4 options each with only 1 correct option
10 Numerical questions out of which 5 needs to be answered
JEE Main Marking Scheme
For MCQs - 4 Marks will be awarded for every correct answer and 1 Mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer
For answer with a numeric value - 4 Marks will be awarded for every correct answer and 0 Mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer
Medium of paper
English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.
The authorities will announce revised dates for JEE Main April 2021 session 15 days prior to the actual exam date.
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