JEE Main 2020:
A life-changing exam for students around India is the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Central. More than 10 lakh students try it each year as it opens doors to premium colleges across the world, including Indian Technology Institutes (IITs) and National Technology Institutes (NITs).
The National Testing Agency (NTA) administered the JEE Main review last year in the computer-based test format and over two sessions–January and April–in several days. The goal of the NTA was to provide students with a better opportunity to put their best foot forward.
Deciding between January and April
Also in JEE Main 2020 this new trend was continued. The first meeting from 6-11 January and the second from 3-9 April will take place. There is uncertainty among many students about which session they will take the test in. The NTA just takes the best score into account. Even if you are not fully prepared for the January meeting, you have the opportunity to experience the real test and learn how well under pressure you are doing.
What if the whole section hasn’t been completed?
Try to complete the segment as much as you can. Use an ed-tech app to watch free online courses, answer customized questions to enhance your comprehension, take mock exams, or get an expert to clean up your concerns quickly while talking. In a defined amount of time, ask the questions you learn. You’ll also get an understanding of how percentile works in JEE and how much effort you need to bring in to get a better rank and apply for Advanced. To thousands of children, this January session serves as an eye-opener.
What if you’ve finished the portion?
Doing the test twice gives you good scoring chances. You won’t feel panicky or stressed when you score really low. Instead, though speeding your JEE training, you can confidently pursue other choices including state CETs. This will help you get admitted to a high-quality college of engineering, even if it is not an IIT. If you score well, you will concentrate on your board test earlier than other students who rely solely on April when you begin your JEE Advanced training. Even if you get a good score, to improve your results, I will still suggest re-attempting the April test.
All sessions are equally important for January and April and have their own purposes. Seriously try both of them and give it your best shot.