JEE Main 2021 : Study Material, Tips, And Tricks To Crack The Exam

National Testing Agency (NTA) has postponed JEE Main May session. The Joint Entrance Examination has been postponed due to a rapid increase in COVID-19 cases across the country. The fourth session exam was scheduled to be conducted on May 24, 25, 26, 27, and 28. The registration for the May session will be announced at a later stage and also the rescheduling of the April and May sessions will be done subsequently, said the official notification released by NTA.

This time is the right time for candidates due to appear in the remaining sessions of JEE Main 2021 to speed up their exam preparation. Here, you can find some JEE Main 2021 preparation tips to crack the exam.

JEE Main 2021 Preparation Plan

Time Management:

Candidates must find out the right study materials and spend the right amount of time practicing each topic. Not only one needs to follow an efficient plan but, also make use of efficient time management in the entire process of JEE Main 2021 preparation until the final day of the exam.

Cover All Topics:

Students must be well versed in the JEE Main 2021 syllabus and exam pattern. One should know the topics from which the questions will be asked in the exam. Hence, JEE Main 2021 preparation tips incorporate being thorough with the syllabus. Along with the JEE Main syllabus 2021, students are advised to be also familiar with the exam pattern.

Study Materials:

In order to crack the JEE Main 2021 exam, candidates should make sure that they are using study materials wisely. Students should read the NCERT books repeatedly. Having a strong grip on concepts is always going to help for JEE Main 2021. You need some books other than reading NCERT books to crack the JEE Main 2021. The following are the recommended books of JEE Main 2021.

Mathematics: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma, Arihant & Cengage Publication, KC Sinha, ML Khanna, and Complete mathematics for JEE Main TMH(All Material Available for free on our app/site)

Physics: NCERT, Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick & Walker, HC Verma, DC Pandey(All Material Available for free on our app/site)

Chemistry: NCERT and coaching material (if any)

(All this material is available at our platform too)

Practice

After you have solved all these books completely, it’s best if you can start solving the JEE Main previous year’s question paper. You have to be stronger at your concepts and question-solving.

JEE Main Mock Tests

After solving the JEE Main previous year’s papers, you need to take JEE Main mock tests series as well. This practice helps in improving self-confidence, accuracy, and time management.

Revision

Students should create a plan for subject-wise revision and give time to each subject--Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

Good Luck! Stay Safe!

 

7 May, 2021, 2:36 pm

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NEET 2021 : Physics Chapter-Wise Conceptual MCQs With Solution

This article contains the conceptual MCQs of all the chapters that are included in the NEET Physics syllabus for Session 2021. As the Exam is just a door ahead, these Sureshot MCQs will tell the students their preparation for the coming NEET exam. Given below are the chapter name with their respective links containing MCQs and solution:

Chapter Name Question Solution
1. Physical World, Units & Measurements Click Here Click Here
2. Motion in a Straight Line Click Here Click Here
3. Motion in a Plane Click Here Click Here
4. Laws of Motion Click Here Click Here
5. Work, Energy, and Power Click Here Click Here
6. System of Particles & Rotational Motion Click Here Click Here
7. Gravitation Click Here Click Here
8. Mechanical Properties of Solids Click Here Click Here
9. Mechanical Properties of Fluids Click Here Click Here
10. Thermal Properties of Matter Click Here Click Here
11. Thermodynamics Click Here Click Here
12. Kinetic Theory Click Here Click Here
13. Oscillations Click Here Click Here
14. Waves Click Here Click Here
15. Electric Charges and Fields Click Here Click Here
16. Electrostatic Potential & Capacitance Click Here Click Here
17. Current Electricity Click Here Click Here
18. Moving Charges and Magnetism Click Here Click Here
19. Magnetism and Matter Click Here Click Here
20. Electromagnetic Induction Click Here Click Here
21. Alternating Current Click Here Click Here
22. Electromagnetic Waves Click Here Click Here
23. Ray Optics and Optical Instruments Click Here Click Here
24. Wave Optics Click Here Click Here
25. Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter Click Here Click Here
26. Atoms Click Here Click Here
27. Nuclei Click Here Click Here
28. Semiconductor Electronics - Materials, Devices & Simple Circuits Click Here Click Here

 

5 May, 2021, 2:12 pm

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CBSE Board Exam 2021: Major Decisions On Final Exams, Promotion, Assessment Policy

CBSE has canceled the board exams of Class 10 taking students’ well-being into account and said that the students of Class 10 will be promoted to the next classes on the basis of scores obtained by the candidate in the “different tests/exams conducted by the school during the year”.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its associated aftermath have thrown the board exams out of gear. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has canceled the board exams of Class 10 taking students’ well-being into account and said that the students of Class 10 will be promoted to the next classes on the basis of scores obtained by the candidate in the “different tests/exams conducted by the school during the year”. The Class 12 board exams in schools affiliated with CBSE have also been postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

CBSE Class 10 Assessment

CBSE has announced the assessment criteria for the canceled Class 10 board exams. As part of the CBSE Class 10 assessment criteria, the students will be evaluated on the basis of marks obtained in the tests and exams held during the academic year at the school level. The students will be assessed out of a maximum of 100 marks for each subject. While 20 marks have to be submitted by the schools as internal assessment as they have been doing, the remaining 80 marks will be based on scores in periodic tests, half-yearly or mid-term exams, and pre-board examinations.

However, the board also said: “In case schools have conducted more than one test/exam within each category [periodis test, half-yearly or mid-term], the resulting committee [formed for the purpose] may fix the weightage to be given to each test/exam within the category subject to the overall maximum marks for that category.”

CBSE Basic Mathematics Criterion

The board has allowed students who have opted for Basic Mathematics in Class 10 this year, to opt for the subject in Class 11 without having to write the Standard version of the paper later. This relaxation in policy has been prompted by the sharp rise in cases in the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The relaxation is only for the current academic year.

“Exemption has again been extended to permit Mathematics in Class 11 if a student has offered Mathematics Basic (241) in Class 10,” the board has said.

Class 10 CBSE Compartment Exam

The compartment examination will be conducted by the school when the situation arising out of COVID-19 normals. As per the CBSE document, the compartment exam would be an objective paper based on sample papers shared by CBSE. Schools will have the discretion to hold the compartment exam in online or offline mode, depending on the situation.

"After the declaration of result, the school will conduct an objective type offline/online compartment examination based on the Sample Question papers provided by CBSE," the board said.

CBSE Class 9, 11 Exams

CBSE, on February 11, has advised the schools to conduct the final examinations of Classes 9 and 11 by following COVID-19 safety protocols and begin the new academic session from April 1, 2021.

CBSE said that the schools must follow all the by-laws to hold examinations. “This exam will also help in identifying learning gaps which could be addressed by the schools in new academic sessions at the beginning of the classes”.

Class 11 Admission

Students who fail to qualify for CBSE Class 10 board examinations on the basis of the evaluation criteria will also be permitted to continue with their Class 11 without seating for the compartment examinations.

“In case, the student is not able to meet the qualifying criterion, she/he may be allowed to continue in Class 11 till the declaration of result of compartment examination by CBSE,” the board added.

With respect to Class 11 admission, CBSE has directed the schools to avoid streaming in Class 11. Earlier, students had to select one stream from Arts, Commerce, or Science in Class 11. This year, students will be allowed to take any combination of subjects without any streaming.

“As per the scheme of studies of the Board, students are allowed to offer any combination of subjects without any streaming, hence, schools should also follow the same,” read the CBSE statement.

CBSE Class 12 Exams

Considering the difficulties a student might face while taking the Class 12 board exams, CBSE has postponed the final exams. The board will release the new Class 12 board exam dates at least 15 days before scheduling the exams. While announcing the postponement, the CBSE had said that the board will review the situation and take a call on Class 12 exams on June 1.

“The Board exams for Class 12 to be held from May 4 to June 14, 2021, are hereby postponed. These exams will be held thereafter. The situation will be reviewed on June 1, 2021, and by the Board, and details be shared subsequently. A notice of at least 15 days will be given before the start of the examinations,” CBSE said.

 

4 May, 2021, 1:27 pm

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