The JEE exam is one of India’s most toughest exams. JEE or joint entrance exam is conducted every year by the National Testing Agency to pursue admission to top engineering colleges. JEE has two exams throughout the process to get final admission in top IITs, CFTIs, and other government-funded technical institutes. The exams are JEE- main and JEE- advanced among which marks obtained in JEE advanced are used as a basis of admission whereas JEE main is eligibility to enter the second phase. JEE mains consist of two papers in CBT mode:
Paper 1 is conducted for admission to undergraduate engineering programs(B.E/B.tech) and
Paper 2 is conducted for admission to B.Arch and B.Planning courses in the country. JEE main is a 3-hour exam of 300 marks conducted in two sessions in a year from which the outstanding one will be considered for the ranking.
Two sessions help the student to analyze and check their preparation in the first go and can give the best results in the second one because of which there is no need to wait for another year or drop. There is no need to appear in both sessions, one can clear it in the first attempt only. Moving to the second phase of JEE Or JEE Advanced. JEE advanced is the further process after the one clears the mains only. To go for it, first candidates need to know the exam pattern. JEE advanced conduct examination in two compulsory papers.
Both papers have 3 sections: physics, chemistry, and mathematics. The exam has 3 hours for each paper in CBT mode and both are done on the same day as the exam.
Paper 1 consists of MCQs, numerical value answers, and single digit answers while there is little difference in
Paper 2 MCQs and numerical values are common in both, one or more options correct is only in paper 2. Maximum 2 attempts are allowed in consecutive years. Candidates need to officially register on the website of jeemain.nta.ac.in. It is considered one of the toughest exams in the world. It used to be solely a prerequisite for admission to institutions.
Once in an interview in 2018, a former IIT Delhi Director, said that the exam is tricky and difficult because it is framed to reject candidates not to select them due to which percentage goes higher every year.
1 How many times we can give JEE mains?
JEE mains is conducted in two sessions throughout the year once in January and another one in April. A candidate can take the JEE main exam six times over three consecutive years. One can appear in the second phase easily by clearing the exam on the first attempt with the finest preparation. The strategy for the exam should only be with the motive to get selected and to have the best college with a good percentile.
2 How to make notes for JEE?
Good notes will always help you whether it’s your board, JEE, or NEET. So, notes should be clear and easily understandable by the candidate only. One should make notes on their own because copy-paste notes can’t help you get a seat in IITs or NITs. Write down all the shortcut techniques and the most important question and Highlight the most important and repeated questions so that it’s easy for you to revise them in one go during the revision. Try to make your tricks and tips. The teacher in yourself will help you to remember the syllabus in a more appropriate. Self-made notes and self-study are your best teachers rather than any institute or tuition. Institute can help you to crystal clear your concept. only you can achieve success on your own.
3 Can I crack JEE Advanced in 2 months?
A big yes to your question. Through proper preparation and guidance, it’s possible because the syllabus is not new everything is about tricks and strategies which makes questions harder to attempt.
4 How many attempts are in JEE mains?
Six attempts only, so it is better not to ask for it because attempts are not the aim, The aim is to have a seat in one of the best engineering colleges. Just try to clear it in one go with the best strategies.
5 How is percentile calculated in JEE?
Percentile is a ranking instrument used to compare the performance with other candidates. The formula to calculate JEE percentile is 100x[the number of students who secured a score equal to or less than the student]/[ the total number of students who appeared in a particular exam session]
6 Are calculators allowed in JEE?
Calculators are not allowed in JEE, candidates are provided with a rough sheet to perform calculations. So, students need to practice mental calculation and improve their speed and accuracy to tackle complex mathematical problems as mathematics has a major role in JEE.
7 Can PCB students give JEE mains?
Yes, you can write JEE mains or JEE advanced exams if you have done PCB but mathematics is a compulsion for it. Colleges prefer PCM students over PCBs.
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