IIT JEE Preparation can be difficult, considering the vast syllabus and tricky problems. It consumes approximately one’s entire day to prepare for this highly competitive exam. Despite giving so much, some aspirants fail to perform as per their expectation in the test. What could be the reason?
Here We List Down Certain Points That Every Engineering Aspirant Must Avoid While Preparing For IIT JEE 2015-
Don’t Stay Up at Night:
At least 8 hours of sleep is necessary to stay fit, fresh and focused. An appropriate amount of sleep helps your mind function properly and grasp anything that you learn during the entire day. Research shows that a fresh and active candidate covers entire syllabus as compared to sleep deprived aspirants.
Don’t be Over Ambitious:
Generally during the initial days of the JEE Preparation, most students create a study plan for 10-12 hours of the day. Before you create a study plan, don’t forget to be practical i.e. think about how many hours you’ll actually study. Make plans you will seriously follow and not one that go into dustbin after a few days of trail.
Don’t Just Cram:
This is what most candidates do while preparing for Joint Entrance Examination. Ideally, this is not the best practice. Since when we just mug up, the chances of forgetting things increase. Make short summary notes, formula sheets and tables to remember important points better. Short notes are always a good studying tool especially a few days before the exam.
Don’t be Unstructured:
Before you start preparation, always make a JEE study plan. Planned things always fetch traceable and desired results. The more disorganized you are, the more confused you’ll get while preparing. Hence, make a plan and follow it religiously to complete your syllabus on time.
Don’t Get Lost in World of Books:
It is very important when it comes to planning and preparing for JEE. Always remember, there is also a world outside JEE. Try to take study break and freshen up your mind. When you go for a movie or hangout with friends, do not ever discuss about studies or books.
Generally, candidates panic a few days before the exam and ruin their days. Stop panicking. You have studied all that you could and what was in your capacity. There is no point in getting worried during the exam. Stay calm and revise as much as you can for better result.
Nobody can actually tell you what to study and how to study. You are the best person to decide that. But the above points could help streamline your exam preparation and score well in IIT JEE 2015 test.
All the best!
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