The dates for the IIT JEE exam 2018 has been announced and many students have already started to begin the preparations. One of the major questions a student needs to answer before preparing the study timetable is how to go about the preparation for IIT JEE exam because it is not one of those regular exams. We would not comfort you by telling IIT JEE exam would be a Cakewalk for you because let us face it: IIT JEE exam is one of the most challenging exams but with the right tips and techniques, no exam is a hard nut to crack! We bring you the 5 top most tips and techniques which will help you crack IIT JEE exams.
1) Gather the best study material
The first step would be gather the best study material. You can start off by taking the class 12 text books prescribed by the NCERT syllabus. These books cover the most basic concepts which you have to know in order to crack IIT JEE exam. In case you are already an expert in the concepts covered in these subjects, it is still advisable to go through the chapters again to ensure that no concept is missed out.
2) Do not study from every other study material you come across
One of the major mistakes that the students who take up the IIT JEE exams make is to study from every other material they stumble upon. You have to know that the basic concepts covered in all the study material is almost the same and you'll only be wasting time if you run through the pages of all study materials. You can instead use the same time to improvise and revise the learnt concepts.
3) Time management is crucial
The biggest challenge in cracking the IIT JEE exams is to solve a particular question in less than 60 seconds. To be able to do so, you need to have a good pra, tice on solving many questions and of course the understanding of concepts should be very clear. It is very important for you to train your mind to solve the questions in less than a minute so that your mind is accustomed to the practice of solving questions in very less time.
4) Solve previous examination papers of at least last 3 years
Doing this will not only tell you where you stand but will also give an idea of the areas on which you have to work upon. It will also help you in getting used to the exam atmosphere and thus, you won't be facing any exam blues during the actual examination.
5) If you are taking more time in solving a particular question the best tip is to MOVE ON!
Do not waste time in finding the answer to questions that are taking too much time. You can instead move onto other questions and get back to this question if you are left with more time.