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Do’s & don’ts

Wednesday, 15 March 2017 | Pioneer

Dos

lCarefully read the entire question paper in the first 5-10 minutes.

lAttempt easy questions first. Choose sections that have less risk and more gain.

lDouble check before marking the OMR sheet.

lTake up adequate no. of Mock Online JEE through a well-known source in case you have registered for JEE in Online format.

 

Don’ts

lDon't start from question you don't know.

lDon't get upset if any section is tough. You can score in other sections.

lDon’t guess if you have no idea about the concept involved in a question.

lDon’t be nervous if you find the paper tough, since it is the relative performance that counts. Hence, put your best analytical mind to work, it will take you ahead.

lDon’t take the online exam if you are not comfortable with computers and are not adequately trained for the same.

The writer is Ramesh Batlish,FIITJEE expert

Handling surprises

Though there may not be any surprises as such. But there is no harm is being ready for some. Do not panic if you see something new (if not seen earlier in any sample paper or mock test) as this will be new for all aspirants taking the exam. You may come across some questions like:

Options are marked differently or may be increased.

Match the Following with correct match as options.

Integer type with last digit in options.

More number of statement assertion type questions.

Some lengthy and time consuming questions.

 
 
 

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