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Ultimate Guide on your preparation of JEE Main 2021

by Avinash Malhotra Digital Marketer

Preparation for JEE Main requires an aspirant not only to have a study plan in a silo, rather building an overall strategy would help to lead in the final lap to crack JEE Main exams. Students who aspire to pursue engineering and look forward to explicitly aim to acquire a seat in the IITs, NITs, and other best private engineering colleges must build an elucidated strategy on how to plan to crack JEE Main from the beginning of one’s preparation period. Apart from building strategies on how to plan to crack JEE Main, it is also important that the aspirants are well informed on how to apply for JEE Main. Aspirants must list down important dates and tips to crack JEE exams. Further scouting prestigious private engineering colleges and prepare a list of the best engineering colleges is another milestone that may be achieved well in advance. While scouting the best engineering colleges, students must list down engineering colleges that are popular in terms of infrastructure, highly experienced faculty, and campus placement. 


Dronacharya College of Engineering is one of the Best Private Engineering Colleges in Delhi NCR which students must add to their list of best engineering colleges. Established in the year 2006, the Dronacharya Group of institutions has been one of the best engineering colleges in Delhi NCR. Dronacharya College of Engineering has primarily two campuses, Greater Noida and Gurugram. Both the campus has world-class infrastructure with remarkable facilities which would definitely be a point of consideration while selecting amongst the best engineering college in Delhi NCR. 


Those students who aspire to pursue engineering through the IITs have to clear 2 important exams – JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Every year around 9.5 lakh students appear in the JEE Main exams for seeking admission to IITs, NITs, and other prestigious private engineering colleges. JEE Main exams are one of the most difficult examinations and thus, require an intrinsic approach in the preparation procedure. 


The JEE Main 2021 is conducted by The National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to Undergraduate Programs in NITs, IIITs and other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs), etc. National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the exams in two sessions; the first session is expected to be held in January while the second session will be held in April. 


JEE Main pattern has an objective type test conducted in an online mode. There is a total of 75 questions. Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics consist of 25 questions each, 20 questions will be MCQ (Multiple choice questions) type and 5 questions will be numerical value questions. However, in the year 2021 NTA has released the new JEE Main 2021 exam pattern for B.Tech, B. Planning, and B. Arch papers. Let’s expedite step by step to understand the exam pattern of JEE Main 2021. The exam is divided into JEE Paper 1 pattern for B.Tech and JEE Paper 2 pattern for B. Planning and B. Arch. As per JEE Main exam pattern 2021, each subject will contain 20 MCQs and 10 Numerical Value Questions. Applicants will have to attempt 5 out of 10 MCQs. As per the JEE Main 2021 exam pattern, both the papers will be conducted in online mode except for the Drawing test for B.Arch. 


A quick review of the main features of JEE Main 2021

  • JEE Main 2021 will be held twice in the year i.e January and April.  

  • National Testing Agency (NTA) is the conducting body for the computer-based test  

  • Aspirants can seek admissions to 31 NITs, 25 IIITs, 28 GFTIs, and other private engineering colleges are through JEE Main.  

  • The entire application process is online.  

  • The tests will be held in manifold sessions in around 267 cities in India and 9 cities abroad. 


Things that you have already taken into consideration


  • Must be having complete information on JEE Main syllabus 2021  

  • Thorough with the exam pattern of JEE Main 2021  

  • Acted upon the JEE Main 2021 preparation plan  

  • Should have referred the best books for preparation  

  • Must have practiced the mock tests and previous year's papers.  

  • Develop strategies on how to crack JEE Main Exam 


How do you plan your last month of preparation for JEE Main 2021? 

By now aspirants must have been at the last leap of preparations and burgeoning with nervousness. The last month should generally be utilized to consolidate one’s preparation by focusing on revision at a glance, elucidating on all your doubts, taking into consideration all the important factors, and overcoming the weaker areas in preparation. However, the following points should be kept in mind:  


  • Maintain your calmness and remain focused with a positive attitude while studying  

  • Take mock-test series to build a strong and competitive attitude  

  • Device ways in solving the quizzes and mock tests with speed and accuracy  

  • Refer to sample papers to derive a fair idea regarding the pattern of questions  

  • Must solve Previous year’s JEE/AIEEE papers for understanding the level of questions asked.  

  • Understand and improve upon your weaker areas and sharpen your concepts. 


Dos for JEE Main 2021-  


  • Attempt easy questions first.  

  • Choose sections that you find easy to attempt.  

  • Take good 5 minutes to scroll through the entire question paper  

  • Do keep a watch on time  

  • Attempt all numerical value questions first as there is no negative marking. 


Don’ts for JEE Main 2021-  


  • Attempt the questions which you are well aware of.  

  • Getting upset about the tough question will make you nervous. 

  • Maintain your calmness as you can score in other sections.  

  • Avoid guesswork 


Above all harness upon your strengths and work on your weaker areas. Allow yourself some quality time. Do not overstress yourself and remember to take breaks. Meditation can help you to develop inner calm, poise, confidence, and power of concentration. These habits will help you on the day of examination.


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About Avinash Malhotra Freshman   Digital Marketer

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