JEE Main 2017: Exam Starts on 2nd April 2017

JEE or Joint Entrance Exam is one of the toughest Competitive Exams conducted in India. This exam is conducted by the CBSE for acquiring seats in the various Government and Private Engineering colleges. The Offline Examination of JEE Mains 2017 is to be held on 2nd April 2017 followed by the Online Exams on 8th and 9th April.

The students who get higher ranks in JEE Mains are able to get seats in colleges like NITs and other Government owned colleges. There are a few things that are required to keep in mind while appearing for the exam.

This article consists of some points to remember to avoid mistakes in the examination.

They are as follows:

  • Read the Question Paper Properly Before Solving it

Most of us start solving the question paper before reading the instructions provided in the very beginning. This should not be done and the full question paper must be read properly before answering a question.

  • Managing Time is must

As all of us know that all the competitive exams including JEE Mains has time foundations and therefore a student must try to answer all the questions in the given time. The easier questions must always be solved first as the questions that are harder to solve, decreases the level of confidence in a student and it ends up solving the easier questions wrong.

  • Don’t Panic

There are some questions which are framed in such a way that they confuse the students. In case you get such a question, try to solve it calmly and in a correct way. Try being cautious while attempting such questions.

  • Try Solving those Questions that Carry More Marks

Students may find a lot of easy questions to in the question paper but they tend to forget those questions which carry more marks and are easy too. Thus, those questions must be necessarily solved in order to fetch more marks in the exams.

Note: The questions which are easy to be solved must be solved first. Always try to answer the full section that contains more marks than others. Check twice before submitting the OMR Sheet.


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