JEE 2019 exams are approaching and all the aspirants would be in the final stages of preparation with full dedication and hard work. But have you put your understanding to test? With all our experience, we would advise you to put yourself through a test series so that you can be sure about your level of preparation. In fact, this applies to all the hardest entrance exam and not just for IIT JEE.
What should be your purpose while taking a test series?
Testing problem-solving speed. Solving a variety of question formats (Problems with more than one option correct, Matrix match, etc,). Covering all the topics in the syllabus.
When it comes to time management there are no defined set rules. But however based on the erstwhile experience by JEE aspirants, we would suggest you to follow the below time allocation during JEE exam:
Chemistry: ½ hour
Physics: 1 hour
Maths: 1 ½ hour
This is because you will find the chemistry section to be a bit easy compared to Physics and maths as it involves fewer calculations. Now with the remaining 2.5 hours left, you can choose maths. Solve it in around 1.5 hours and then give the remaining 1 hour to the physics section.
1. Take tests frequently:
We would advise you to take at least 2 tests a week. But when you are left with only a limited no. of months for JEE exam, take 4 tests a week.
2. Solve the tests on a set time:
Productive time management is a key to crack JEE. Try to finish the test 10 minutes before the actual end time. This will give you a breathing space in the actual JEE exam in case if you confront any difficult questions.