If you are appearing for the offline version of this year’s AIEEE, oops JEE Mains, it is now time to go through the last minute rigors. To help you, our team of experts at FaaDoOEngineers.com have come out with a quick guide on what to do and what not to do before your exam tomorrow.
- Revise Formulas
- Hot Topics: Progressions, Permutations and Combinations, Binomial Theorem
- Calculus has many hidden easy questions. Think through before attempting because at times, these questions might appear to be easy but are infact difficult to crack.
- Geometry questions too could fetch you some easy marks.
- Do not stick to a question if it is eating up too much time. Try not to spend more than 5 mins on any question.
- Expect almost 70% questions to be numericals.
- 30% theory questions could be easy to crack if you have studied well.
- Hot Topics: Optics, Modern Physics, Mechanics, Newton’s Three Laws, Thermodynamics, Heat
- This section should be attempted first as it is a good mix of theory and numericals to get your mind going on the “D-Day”.
- Expect this year to have 33% questions each from inorganic, organic and physical chemistry.
- Chemistry could be a breeze for many and fetches some of the easiest marks.
- Many aspirants in the past have said that they were able to boost their scores significantly during the last hour by attempting Chemistry last.
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