It is a large choice to take a fall for JEE. One of the benefits of being a JEE dropper is not having to worry about college, unit tests, board exams, etc. You can focus entirely on JEE.
Study Plan for JEE 2020 Droppers
Here are the perfect research plan and JEE dropper preparation tips.
- Make a study schedule in the remaining time (before January for JEE Main) to complete the JEE class 11 and class 12 syllabus.
- Find out about your weak JEE 2019 topics and ideas and work hard to make them your powerful areas. Do not commit your errors before, but rather learn from them.
- How did you manage your time during the test? Was that messed up? If so, exercise a lot of mock exams (preferable internet tests) to prepare this time a better examination approach.
- You should also be aware of the correct way to practice JEE issues.
- Comply with your research. Practice daily questions and frequently review the subjects from your notes.
- If in some important subjects you have any doubts pending, clear them up. Just because you think it’s too hard, don’t disregard any subject.
- About each subject you should have a general idea.
- There will be instances where, even after working very hard, you may not get your desired score. Do not get impacted by this and continue to study hard, identify where you’re missing, and work on it.
- Stay concentrated on each day. You have to understand your dream and why you have to take a fall. Be positive. Never let yourself be distracted and demotivated by adverse people / thought.