This is the third in a series of articles giving last minute tips to JEE aspirants to efficiently crack the exam. Every day, PaGaLGuY will bring to you a tip of the day from first year IIT students sharing their experiences and mistakes of JEE 2015
Anuj Agrawal, First year Chemical Engineering, IIT Bombay
The best thing to do 15 days before the JEE is to revise NCERT books. As NCERT books are the best for JEE MAIN. Also one should solve previous year’s question papers as some of the question are repeated. As we have very less time to solve the given question one should take Mock tests in order to increase their speed and accuracy. This can be done by clocking the Mock tests and also by analysing the attempts.
I prepared brief notes of NCERT books which I read during the short span of time between my boards and JEE. I also made Flash card notes which helped to revise important topic while travelling. The least one can do to clear JEE is remember formulas. I made separate Flash cards for formulas. I would like to suggest my friends to be calm and pour everything that you have in those 3hrs.
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