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If you know these points then it will improve your performance
  • If there is no negative marking then you should first try to do as many problems as you can ,use wise guesses ,wherever possible .For blind guesses fix a particular option e.g.you can choose (b) as your choice ,but then mark (b) for all of your blind guesses (those good in probability might have understood the reason for that).
  • In Physics , Chemistry and Maths , identify beforhand the portion you are good at and then in the paper search those objective problem which belong to your area of strength.There is no reason ,why in a paper of say 100 question you should start with question number 1 and then move step wise to hundred , try to find the questions you can do and crack them.
  • The method we suggest is that ,start with looking at question paper .Generally the questions from related topics are flocked together in a group, identify your group and give it a try first.BUT dont waste time looking for that type of group if you can find them quickly.
  • During your exam ,do keep in mind that JEE is not like your board exams here you are not expected to score too high , so dont challenge yourself into solving whole of the paper secularily, do those sections which you are good at .There are few trap questions which are basically made to be left .The game is to ’search the right question’ and then ’solve’,but most of us simply ’solve’ without ’searching the right question’.So ,do include the searching the right question.
  • Also do keep reminding yourself that obvious looking answers are generally not right.
  • “Second Round Efect”–When you revisit a question , which you could not solve in your earlier efforts , you are able to solve it.The reason for this is that when you solve other questions in the first round , lots of other concept gets and your brain is in fighting backspirit (due to the success over other questions) also as time passes you get a liitle relaxed hence your brain is able to operate with more efficiency.So if during the exam if you are not able to solve a particular question in one go then please dont get bogged down by it, have faith on our “second round effort” and you will see the miracles yourself.
  • Make some identification mark on the questions , which you want to give a second try.I used to make ‘*’ on them.
  • Many a times ,but not always, ‘none of these’ and ‘all of these’ option is correct.
  • In the paper where there is a mix of multiple choice and single choice question, you should go in for doing single choice first.
  • It is utmost important to have a high correct strike rate, because MCQ consumes more time and effort so by making a single wrong choice you will lose whole of the question and time , never rush in MCQ’s even if some MCQ are left untried(BUT NOT UNSEEN) .The policy for MCQ should be “DO LESS BUT ACCURATELY“.

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