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Two days left for JEE Mains online exam 2018: Here is how to prepare

PUBLISH DATE 13th April 2018

Engineer your dreams!

There is a beautiful ring to the adage – “Nothing succeeds like success!”

JEE Mains online exam 2018: It is that time of the year when lakhs – even crores – of youngsters prepare for their first steps towards the world of engineering. With JEE Main Computer Based Test scheduled to be held on 15-16th April, students across the country are preparing to ace this three-hour long exam that will determine their chance to earn a seat in an IIT or an NIT.

With just one-two days left for this exam, different students must be at different levels of preparedness. However, the last minute revisions and strategizing always comes handy especially for a competitive examination of this stature.

This is an online exam which is different from the conventional paper-and-pen exam. Unsuspecting students might land up overlooking several elements given the online format.

In this format – a simple, uncomplicated interface presents the questions on a computer screen and candidates are given an all-you-can-use/unlimited supply of rough sheets to carry out the calculations. This is unlike the paper-and-pen version, where the candidate is expected to utilize the limited available blank space for rough work judiciously. The new format can become a massive advantage if students meticulously plan and organize their rough work so they can quickly verify if the right option has been picked at a cursory glance.

Another significant factor is that the interface constantly displays both the number of unattempted questions as well as the remaining time. While this allows candidates to track their progress and allocate time wisely, the unprepared candidates often feel the pressure of every ticking minute which leads them to take unreasonable risks. Hence, it is pragmatic and wise to get used to the format via mock tests and develop a sense of ease with the process.

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Further, we want to bring out the best performance in the three hours, and thus candidates should attune their mind to that specific time window for optimal results. It is important for every candidate to be on time, keep calm, eat light, and dress for comfort as per the local weather.

No doubt, learning from the screen has become our primary habit; but when it comes to taking a three-hour long exam with constant shuttling of focus between the screen and paper, it can be an unsettling and tiring experience. The key here is to practice in the similar format that will make the candidate comfortable on the main exam day.

Lastly, many students go overboard and take too many mock online tests which might create fatigue. It is important for the candidate to find his/her personal balance between just-enough practice and overexertion.

JEE Mains online exam 2018: Here are last minute tips 

1. Analyze the paper-and-pen JEE 2018 paper. It is very important to understand the level and weightage. Try timing and solving this paper like a Mock JEE paper

2. Do not pick up new material/concepts right now. Focus on your strengths and do not do anything new last moment.

3. Revise what you had covered

Final pointers!

Pay attention to the type of questions that have been asked in the paper-and-pen version(s). It is reasonable to assume that the online version of JEE wouldn’t be too different from its conventional counterpart. Hence, the candidate can gather clues to the type of questions and length of the different sections of the exam.

For instance, the general consensus is that the mathematics section was lengthy, with calculation-intensive questions. Should the online JEE retain a similar flavour, the candidate can be mentally prepared to allocate more time for the section and even choose battles wisely. Since we are well into the eleventh hour of the journey, it is important to keep the spirit up, stay calm, and maintain a positive and hopeful outlook. Try not to venture into new topics; it is a better trade-off to revise what you have already covered over the years. Good Luck & Go Conquer it.

VidyarthiMitra.org Launch National Level MHT-CET, JEE and NEET Mock Exams

All the students, after their 12th Board Exams, have started earnestly preparing for the entrance examinations of MHT-CET, JEE, NEET 2018 for their careers after 12th Science. They will have the opportunity to check their level of study and level of preparedness, vis-à-vis all other students, by appearing for our mock examinations.

The Mock Examination will be held in Pune, Mumbai, Aurangabad and all major cities of Maharashtra & India, in two modes viz. Online and Off-line (Paper & Pen mode). Offline exams will be held on 29th April 2018. The Online exams will be held daily from 5th April 2018 . With a lot of practice in the Mock Examinations, students can earn good marks in the actual exam and get admission in a good college. To succeed and to get admission in to the best possible course/college, they should get the right guidance and enough practice and hence they should examine themselves in the exact environment to check the level of study & preparedness and take a look at how much preparations are still pending and are balance. It will help them to make further corrections and make last hour serious studies. Keeping this objective in mind, offline (pen and paper) and online exams are made available to the students to benefit.

Maharashtra’s Biggest Educational Portal www.vidyarthimitra.org and its information brochure were inaugurated on 18th April, 2017, by the hands of Hon. Shri Vinod Tawde, Minister, School Education, Higher and Technical Education, Maharashtra State in the presence of Prof. Smt. Medha Kulkarni, MLA & Chairperson - Marathi Bhasha Samiti.

On this occasion, Mr. Vinod Tawde said, "I congratulate Vidyarthi Mitra for their stupendous work for the benefit of crores of Marathi Students and appeal to maximum number of students to visit and benefit from this content rich and user friendly exhaustive portal, in their education and careers.

Last year, on April 30, 2017, Prof. Smt. Medha Kulkarni and Vidyarthi Mitra had successfully conducted the Mock examination of MHT-CET & NEET, in Pune city. Similarly, this year, it will be implemented in the entire state of Maharashtra, both in online and offline (paper & pen).

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Prior to the actual MHT-CET, JEE, NEET exams, this is the largest ever Mock MHT-CET, JEE, NEET, simultaneously being held across Maharashtra & India.

Soon Vidyarthi Mitra will also conduct Mock exams of NDA, Banking, SSC, Railway Recruitment etc. So, we appeal more and more students should take advantage of the Mock Examinations.

The main features of the Mock Exams are:

  • Paper set and guidance by Expert Teachers of IIT, NIT and Doctors

  • One Online exam with offline (pen and paper) exams will be free.

  • Mock exam will be held in the exact main exam environment, helping increase marks and get better colleges. Eg. COEP, Pune, VJTI, Mumbai

  • This examination is needed to see how and how much the student has studied compared to other students giving Mock examinations.

  • Subject wise & Chapter wise, questions with solutions

  • Last year's cut-offs available for all other courses of Engineering, Medical and all courses under DTE.

  • State wise, District wise Rank.

  • More and more students should take advantage of these Mock Exams (Practice Test) as they will be guided by WhatsApp for admission to all other engineering, medical and DTE admissions.

Mock MHT-CET, JEE, NEET exams are very important for students' careers, because of which, we appeal to all the students to maximize their career opportunities

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