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How to Prepare Well for JEE Advanced 2017

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JEE Advanced 2017

JEE Advanced 2017, conducted to shortlist candidate of the respected Indian Institutes of Technology and certain other highly reputed engineering colleges in India, is said to be one of the most difficult engineering aptitude tests worldwide. Many students appear for this exam each year however only a few are able to qualify and make it to their dream college. Five simple yet helpful ways to prepare proficiently for JEE Advanced shared here should help you crack this exam.

  1. Begin Early:

You eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced only if you clear JEE Main with good grades. However, this does not mean you have to wait until your JEE Main result is out to begin with your JEE Advanced preparation. As you prepare for your JEE Main exam, squeeze in a few hours every week to study the JEE Advanced topics. Begin the preparation at least a year prior to the exam.

  1. Follow a Systematic Approach:

It is essential to follow a systematic approach to prepare the right way for this tough examination. The best way to do so is to prepare a plan. It is wise to prepare a rough yearly schedule just (just in case definition) to get an idea about how much you require covering each week in order to complete your syllabus on time. Then move on to prepare weekly schedule. Make sure you stick to your weekly schedules diligently.

  1. Seek JEE Online Coaching:

Expert guidance is a must to prepare properly for JEE Advanced. You must thus seek coaching from an institute of good repute. Since most of you may be preparing for your JEE Main, JEE Advanced and CBSE board exams simultaneously, it is suggested to go for JEE online coaching as it helps in managing time (race against time phrase meaning) efficiently so juggling between these becomes easier.

  1. Solve Previous Years’ Papers:

Going through the JEE Advanced previous years’ papers and solving these regularly is an essential part of the preparation. In addition to it, you must also solve as many sample papers as you can and give mock tests on a regular basis. Begin with these papers once you have covered a considerable amount of syllabus.

  1. Revise Well:

As you cover one topic after the other, make sure you schedule time to revise them simultaneously. Revising the previously studied chapters regularly would help retain them well. It is best to revise from your hand-written notes and at a time you can concentrate best.

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