Study Guide to Improve Your JEE Main Result


The National Testing Agency (NTA) is going to conduct the second session of JEE Main 2019 from April 7 to 20. Having observed that around 9, 41,117 candidates appeared in the first session of JEE Main 2019. According to the different sources, more than 6 lakh January session candidates have registered again for JEE Main April 2019. There is no argument with the fact that the number of appearing students will increase to get admission into their favourite IITs, NITs, IIITs, CFTIs and other reputed engineering colleges across India.

In this post, we’ll discuss a few tips that will help the candidates to improve their result of JEE Main 2019. Let’s talk about them in detail.

Prepare a Proper Schedule: Without proper planning, it is quite difficult for students to crack exams like JEE Main. It is quite important for engineering aspirants to prepare a subject-wise time table and strictly follow it. This month is definitely very crucial for all the students appearing for the examination. Students can follow the weekly schedule which must include formulae & concepts important theories, previous years’ questions papers, and numerical questions.

Focus More on Weak Subjects: If you have already appeared for the first phase of the exam held in January, you would easily identify the chapters whose questions were difficult to attempt or solve in the first attempt. If you have doubts, consult respective teachers and faculty for clearing doubts. This will not only help in clearing the weak concepts but also helps in managing the time, ultimately result in better outcomes. To get 100 percentile in JEE main result; make sure you allocate adequate time to each subject. When you start allocating extra hours every week for the subjects that are difficult, this will clear all your doubt regarding the topic in which you are facing difficulty.

Use your Time Wisely: Every aspirant is well aware of the fact that JEE Main April session and board examinations are scheduled close to each other. So, it becomes more important for all the engineering aspirants to work hard and perform well in both the upcoming exams. Meanwhile, apart from focusing on scoring good marks, it is important for candidates to prepare simultaneously for JEE Main exam.

Solve Previous Year Papers: To boost JEE Main result, engineering aspirants should solve JEE Main question papers of last 5 years as a few questions of them are asked in repetitions. When candidates start solving the question papers, they would be able to grasp the exam pattern and most importantly, difficulty level of the exam. Students can download previous year question papers from the official NTA website easily.

Practice More & More: Keep this in mind that the main focus of the aspirants should be towards clearing their underlying concepts. It is important to solve more and more questions until they clear their basics. Talking about the best medium for the same, there is nothing better than NCERT. So, make sure you just don’t run into other books. It is wise to study from the NCERT textbooks of class 11 and 12. As a matter of fact, cracking JEE requires a great amount of hard work and time to understand the concepts.

Apart from the tips mentioned above, candidates should keep this in mind that it is their confidence and hard work which will help them to get top JEE Main result. All you need to do is be focussed on your hard work and studies.