JEE Advanced 2023 is Scheduled to be Held on 4th June, Here is Important Last Minute Tips for JEE Advanced 2023
JEE Advanced 2023 is now just a few days away from now so it has become all the more important for the aspirants to know the last minute tips to crack JEE Advanced 2023. Here are the Golden tips from the Allen Expert team for JEE Advanced 2023 Exam Day strategy.
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Just Before One Day of Exam
- Please arrange an Admit card, ID Card, Pen & pencil, and water bottle a day before the exam day to avert any last-minute hustle and bustle.
- Aspirants are requested to read all the instructions on the admit card thoroughly.
- Arrange an Umbrella or raincoat according to the weather if there is forecast for rains.
- Aspirants should also locate his/her examination centre a day before the JEE Advanced 2023 examination so as to avoid any problem in finding the examination centre on the exam day.
- Students are expected to keep their lunch ready for the lunch break between paper-1 and paper-2.
- Students should also take proper sleep of 7-to-8 hours on the night preceding the examination day to stay fresh during the examination.
During Exam Day (04.06.23)
- Aspirants of JEE Advanced 2023 should wake up early on the exam day to give a perfect positive start to the exam day.
- Light breakfast for the aspirants is suggested on the exam day to stay active during the examinations as heavy breakfast could lead to lethargy.
- It is advisable to the aspirants to reach the exam centre at sharp 7 am reporting time to avoid any problem in the last moment of exam.
In Exam Centre
- Read instructions carefully at the examination centre before the start of the exam.
- JEE Advanced 2023 boasts of surprise patterns or unexpected changes in the examination so aspirants should keep close eye on the instructions and the examination paper.
- Don’t panic on the examination day and try to stay normal during the exam.
- Start your exam paper according to your order since most aspirants have pre-decided the order of attempting subjects during the exam.
- Selection of the questions is also necessary which means the sequence of attempting easy, moderate, and difficult questions. Solve easy and comfortable questions first and difficult ones later.
- Manage your rough sheet. It means that the aspirant should attempt solving the questions on a rough sheet in such a way that he does not have to re-write the equation and solutions again and again.
- Be careful to read correct/incorrect in questions as many times aspirants give the wrong answer to the correct/incorrect questions.
- Be confident about your work in the examination and do not try to waste time rechecking the answers again and again.
- Time management of the subjects is equally important as sometimes aspirants get glued to attempting questions of a particular subject only and fail to lay stress on other subject questions in the examinations.
- Do not try to indulge in typo error questions as it could lead to wastage of crucial exam time.
Between Paper-1 & Paper-2
- Take light lunch in the break between Paper-1 and Paper-2.
- After taking the examination, avoid discussing paper-1 and also do not think about your mistakes in Paper-1 as it could spoil your confidence before attempting Paper-2.
- Try to take a nearly 10 to 20-minute power nap for feeling fresh in Paper-2.
- Like Paper-2, read instructions before attempting Paper-2.
- Ensure that your performance on Paper-1 should not affect your Paper-2.
- If you think that any questions are tough for you then believe that such questions will be tough for another aspirant as well.
With this, ALLEN extends Best wishes to all the aspirants for JEE Advanced 2023 Exams on 4th June.
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