IIT JEE (Main) 2015 tomorrow: Do’s and Don’ts

Competing with 13.03 lakh aspirants won’t be easy, especially not if you are aiming for the elite Indian Institute of Technology by attempting the JEE Advanced 2014, which only the top 1.5 lakh rank holders of JEE Mains will be eligible to appear for. With just one day left for the JEE (Mains) 2015 exam, here’s a list of tips and tricks to help you attain a ticket to your dream engineering or architecture undergraduate course:
  • The candidates should make sure to complete the syllabus;
  • The candidates should go through the solutions of problems solved earlier;
  • The candidates should practice filling in OMR answer-sheets to improve speed;
  • The candidates should aim for a balanced score, a good rank can be achieved by scoring well in two subjects and above average in one;
  • The candidates should make all possible efforts to score above average marks in your weakest subject;
  • During the exam it’s important for the candidates to select the right questions, the number of correctly attempted questions will decide your fate. Also, it is important to keep calm and maintain a positive attitude;
  • While solving questions, the candidates should not be impatient;
  • The candidates should not select an answer before reading all the options;
  • The candidates should avoid wasting a lot of time solving a single question;
  • The candidates should sleep for a minimum of 6-7 hours before the exam to rejuvenate the mind and the body.
Paper pattern:
Paper 1 – for B.E/ B.TECH courses
The question paper will have objective type questions with equal weightage to Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
Every question has four options with single correct answer.
Negative marking is applicable for every incorrect answer. One fourth marks or 0.25 marks will be deducted for ever wrong answer. In case, the candidates leave the answer slot blank or does not provide an answer then there will be no deduction of marks.
Paper 2 – for B. ARCH/ B. PLANNING 
Mathematics – Part I – objective questions
Aptitude Test – Part II – objective questions
Drawing Test – Part III – to test drawing aptitude

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