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Math Made Easy: 6 last-minute tips for JEE Main 2023

JEE Main 2023: A senior math teacher from Apeejay School, Saket, shares a list of important topics to revise for JEE Maths



The dates for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2023 Session I have been announced by the National Testing Agency. The exam is scheduled to be held on January 24 and 25, and from January 27-31.

In the final days of preparation, JEE aspirants must devote their time to comprehensive revision. “Revision is an important study exercise for JEE aspirants. So, before the main exam, students should engage in conducting revision and go through the important concepts,” says Zenia Dutta, PGT Maths, Apeejay School, Saket.

The senior school math teacher also recommends the following tips for JEE Maths. These tips can benefit future JEE aspirants as well:

1. Keep formulas handy

Writing the formulas in a notebook or making flashcards can help in last-minute revision.

2. Clear doubts immediately

Candidates should not leave any doubts unattended. They should clear all their doubts regarding any topic or concept immediately or at least before the exams.

Also Read: Math Made Easy: 7 useful tips to score above 90 in CBSE class 12 exam

3. Take mock tests

Candidates can take several mock tests for either JEE Main or Advanced. This will mainly help them test their preparation level. In addition, they will be able to get a clear idea of the JEE exam pattern, types of questions, marking scheme, and more. With these, candidates will be well-prepared to tackle the actual exam.

4. Avoid overworking

It is a common practice for many students to burn midnight oil before the exams. Candidates tend to study for very long hours and it is most of the time more than the required amount. This is a wrong practice. They should get a significant amount of sleep and rest. Only then will they be able to study properly with a refreshed mind. Along with proper rest and sleep, they should also maintain a healthy diet and exercise on a regular basis.

5. Have the right mindset and attitude

While JEE has a reputation for being a tough and challenging exam, candidates should develop a positive mindset. They should be focused on their goal to achieve success in the final exam. Avoid any stress and try to remain calm. They can also engage in stress-relieving or fun activities in between their study routine.

6. Study regularly

Refer to good magazines like Mathematics Today, Physics Today, and Chemistry Today for the latest questions on JEE. 

Disha Roy Choudhury is a Principal Correspondent at Apeejay Newsroom. She has worked as a journalist at different media organisations. She is also passionate about music and has participated in reality shows.