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Preparation tips for JEE & NEET during Corona Virus Outbreak

The outbreak of Coronovirus has resulted in the heath crises in our country. We can together handle this situation by taking precautions and creating awareness among the people. It is our responsibility to follow the guidelines given by the government.

As per the official notification released by National Testing Agency JEE Main April-2020 exam has been postponed due to the outbreak of COVID-19. New dates of JEE (Main) examinations will be announced on 31st March 2020.

This time is very critical for the JEE & NEET aspirants. The students need to utilize this time to enhance time management and speed. ALLEN Career Institute has taken a social initiative to provide FREE Online DRILL TESTS for students appearing in JEE Main 2020 April attempt & NEET UG 2020. These Online DRILL TESTS will help students prepare for the exam seamlessly. Also, students who are confident and have scored well in the January attempt can opt for All India open online tests which are available on www.onlinetestseries.in. The test series are free of cost for the students.

Guidelines for the JEE Main April 2020 & NEET-UG 2020 aspirants

The students who have completed their syllabus should now start revising and practicing. Also, the students need to take precautions and stay at home. In case of any doubt, they can connect to their faculties via phone or through online means made available by ALLEN.

The students who are preparing for the exams online should keep in mind that while studying through youtube you should not switch to different videos. Watching multiple videos of a single topic will kill your time. This will hinder your performance as a result of a lack of practice. At this stage, it is very important to practice to score well in the exam. These are the basic guidelines for the students who would appear in the upcoming exams.

Tips for the JEE Main 2021 & NEET-UG 2021 aspirants

The students who have completed their Class 11th should not panic as JEE Main 2021 is not postponed. You need to utilize the time properly as “Time once gone is gone forever”. So you need to be careful and utilize it in an organized way. During this COVID 19 outbreak, you need to follow the guidelines given by your coaching institute. This is just a temporary phase and as a responsible citizen, we should carefully handle this situation. The students can revise their Class 11th syllabus and follow the guidelines for class 12th given by the institute.

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The students who have completed their Class 10th, have 2 years for their preparation. This is an opportunity for them. In Class 11th & 12th there are almost 30 to 40 topics that are mapped from Class 9th & 10th. So the students need to pick up the NCERT of Class 9th,n10th, 11th & 12th and do the mapping of the topics. They need to find out the terminology which is being mapped.

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Now you need to review these topics from Class 9th & 10th and after that cover the topics from Class 11th & 12th. This will help you to build up to 30% foundation of these topics in these. You will grow a rock-solid foundation for NEET and JEE. This is an extreme advantage for the students while the classes remain suspended. Along with this, follow the guidelines and instructions given by the institute and utilize the time systematically.

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