JEE Main 2019 Expert Speak: Last Month Revision Strategy

There are only few days left for the JEE Main 2019 April Exam to begin. The exam is scheduled to be conducted from April 7 to 12 (except 11) in two shifts i.e., First Shift (9:30 AM to 12:30 PM) and Second Shift (2:30 PM to 5:30 PM). As per the schedule announced by the national testing agency, Paper 2 (For B. Arch/ B. Planning Aspirants) of JEE Main 2019 will be conducted on 7th April, while the Paper 1 (For B.E/ B.Tech Aspirants) will be held on April 8, 9, 10 and 12. Most of the appearing students want to know the revision strategy that should be followed in the last month to score good marks in JEE Main April 2019.

Jagran Josh presents a special video of IIT JEE expert who is giving answers to the queries of students who are going to appear for JEE Main April 2019.  

A brief summary of the complete video is given below:


What is the best way to prepare for JEE Main in the last one month?


In the last one month of JEE Main Preparation, students are advised to consolidate the preparation with Mock Tests, revision and notes which you have prepared while studying for JEE Main Exam. Take help from your subject teachers on the areas where you need more attention. It is advisable to not pick up the topics which you were not confident about earlier. In the last one month try to attempt at least 10-15 Mock Tests based on the actual pattern of JEE Main and JEE Advanced. After each test do a test analysis to find out your weak areas and work to improve in them and also the areas which you are already confident about. Avoid too much of distractions. Try to get into the biological cycle of the actual exam day by attempting sample papers within the actual timings of JEE Main April 2019.


How can students do effective study in less time?


Students are advised to cut-short their timing of study. When you are studying for JEE, you must devote a lot of time in concept building. To gain confidence, students must focus on solving quality of questions instead of quantity of questions. Try to cover all the topics of a particular chapter so that if any question is asked from that chapter in JEE Main, you can solve it confidently.

Watch the complete video to know answers to some other important queries.

About the Expert:

Mr. Ramesh Batlish is the Dean as well as an IIT Mathematics Trainer at FIITJEE, Noida. Earlier, he was the centre head of Guru Education Ltd (FIITJEE Group Company) from August 2007 to February 2010. He joined as Mathematics Professor & Co-ordinator in Mathematics Department at FIITJEE, South Delhi in November 2001. He has been teaching and guiding JEE aspirants for more than a decade.


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