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JEE mains 2018 : Maximum scoring techniques for JEE Mains 2018
- March 1, 2018
- Posted by: DronStudy
- Category: IIT
You're putting in best efforts and reading all the necessary material but your score just doesn't seem like going up! You're really tired of discovering the right way of learning that'll help you cut through the IIT JEE exams. Does that sound familiar to you? Hang in tight then. The IIT JEE main 2018 is around the corner and every sincere student is struggling with the preparation trying to cover up all the concepts. But hard work is not the only thing that matters. Blindly being in the race of solving questions after questions, problems after problems is not going to help you too much. There has to be a study strategy plan. Here are some best scoring techniques for the IIT JEE mains 2018. Read on.
1) Get your hands on the relevant study material - Don't read every other study material you stumble upon
Read only what's required and relevant. Do not waste your time in reading different books that are based on similar concepts. Gathering the coaching packages of different institutes and flipping the pages will not h the lp. Take hold of best material and start preparing from those set of books alone. Focus on the quality of studying over quantity.
2) Take up the test series
If you're in a coaching institute, don't miss out on taking up the test series conducted by them. Only fools will tell you that taking up test series is a waste of time. If you don't have a coaching institute, take up these test series from various online coaching platforms where tests are given at absolutely free of cost.
3) Speed solving counts the most!
Many students can solve the questions asked in IIT JEE in their own time frame. But the true challenge lies in solving these questions in less time. Having a timer by your side is a good way to begin with. This way your mind knows that the time is ticking and you've have less time to solve the problem, thus making your mind accustomed to speed solving of the problems.
4) Relax while you're solving questions
A free mind is far more capable of better performance than a mind full of stress. All your preparations will go down the drain if you try to solve your questions with a heavy mind. Be stress-free and think of it as an exam that's easy. This mental condition is the best for your brain to recollect the learned concepts and enhances your problem-solving abilities.
5) Effective revision techniques help immensely
Revision is really not about re-reading the entire chapter wholly. During the first time of study, you should mark the important notes or concepts which must be studied again during the revision time. Bust the myth that says revision is a time waster.