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There are a few points to be kept in mind while getting ready for JEE (Main) exam day.

Think positively and don’t discuss about your preparation as this may indirectly make you nervous even if you are well prepared. Don’t talk anything about JEE (Main) with others.

One day before the exam, do not study anything new.

Stay calm, confident and trust yourself.

Brush up important formulae in all three subjects.

Say to yourself — “I am excited about JEE Main and I can crack it easily”.

Relax yourself or indulge in meditation a day before the actual exam in order to give your best on the exam day.

Don’t ask your friend how much they have studied. It will create unnecessary pressure.

Have a sound sleep for at least six to seven hours.

Prepare yourself to reach the exam centre at least half an hour before the exam starts.

Ensure to carry your JEE Main 2017 hall ticket and stationery as mentioned on the admit card Avoid borrowing anything inside the examination hall.

Finally, it is the relative performance that will matter on the exam day. So, put in your best performance and you will ace JEE Main 2017.

Advise: Always attempt theoretical/fact based questions first and then questions which require calculation. It’s human nature that if you attempt a few confident questions in the beginning then you feel loaded with positive energy which increases your efficiency and speed for the rest of the paper. It is advisable to avoid lengthy numerical questions in the first 10 or 15 minutes of the exam.

 
 
 
 
 

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