What do you once you have appeared for the Joint Entrance Examination?
“What to do after JEE Main results?” is a profound question that haunts all the students. It has nerve wrecking and stressful feelings. The answer or response to the question is depended on the performance of the JEE Mains and ALL India Rank list.
There are two clear scenarios; either the student is selected or not selected.
If you are among the top 1.5 lakh candidates and shortlisted for JEE Advanced; then start preparation for the JEE Advanced. Have a word with subject experts, teachers and mentors to take tips regarding the preparation of the Exam.
Be focused and sincere
Remember to stay focused and not take it easy for the preparation of JEE Advanced. Confident preparation with adequate motivation will help to crack the JEE Advanced. Make sure to plan strategically and realistically instead of going overboard with unrealistic exam preparation.
Set your timetable
Prepare a realistic timetable with the help of your subject tutors, experts and mentors with the focus on JEE Advanced. This will help you to keep motivated, plan well and at the same time have a realistic approach with the help of experts in the field.
Build concepts well rather than learning everything
If the concepts are stronger then you will not face problems to solve any questions asked for application based questions.
Make notes of important concepts
It will be useful to jot down important formulae, tips, techniques and tricks in a separate notebook for study. This will be useful for the final run through.
Solve sample papers
It is beneficial to solve sample papers in exam like conditions to be prepared for JEE Advanced exam. It will be useful to opt for short methods for calculations to save time.
If you are not selected for the JEE Advanced Exam then do not be disappointed. It is still possible to make it to good engineering colleges.
It will be useful to opt for CSAB Counseling which will provide details regarding the admission for engineering colleges that is organized by the Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB). It is a centralized admission and counseling; this can be helpful. The scores of JEE are also used for regional and state colleges. The preparation for centralized counseling for admission to NITs/IITs/CFTI/SFTI and other institutes will be useful.
Make a list of colleges
It will be useful to prioritize and make list of colleges, according to the various branch. Explore the details of each college and the scope of the branch of interest. Make sure you focus on factors like structure of fees, food, facilities, location, infrastructure etc.
State level engineering entrance exam
You can prepare for state level engineering college entrance exam if you have not got through centralized counseling. Many colleges have their own entrance test for admission to engineering courses. There are in fact few universities that provide admission to students based on other national or state level entrance exam.
Plan to give JEE Main next year
There are three attempts for JEE Main exam. So if this is your first time or second attempt; then you can still opt for another attempt. Start preparing for the exam and analyze your scores. Understand the reason for your low performance and start working on your strengths and weaknesses.
Mentioned below is a list of articles which have been banned from JEE Advanced 2016 examination halls
According to a recent report there is to be a dress code for the forthcoming Joint Entrance Examinations Advanced 2016 (JEE Advanced 2016). The dress code listed below is in fact a list of items that have been banned from the examination hall.
a) No full-sleeve shirts,
b) No Kurtas
c) No heels or shoes
The list of prohibited items also included watches. This was however removed from the list after the organizers received appeals from students and parents to allow students to wear watches.
The imposition of a
dress code might seem excessive. But the organizers believe that prohibition of
the aforementioned articles will help them prevent cheating or any other unfair
Students who are found to not follow the rules will not be
allowed to give the exam.
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