The Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Main replaced the All India Engineering Entrance Exam (AIEEE) from 2013 onward. This year, the exam schedule for offline candidates is 2 April, 2017 and for online students it is 8 and 9 April, 2017. Here are some preparation tips for the JEE Main 2017 for engineering aspirants preparing for to apply to engineering colleges across India.
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It is important to understand the pattern and syllabus of the exam to prepare effectively for it. Build up your skills in areas that you are strong but make sure you don’t ignore your weak points. The JEE Main paper is divided in two sections. Paper 1 has objective type questions that are based on Physics (tough topics include rotational dynamics & geometrical optics), Chemistry (tough topics include solid state & inorganic chemistry) and Mathematics (tough topics include probability, permutation & combination & integral calculus). Paper 2, also objective, is divided into three sections, Part I deals with Mathematics, Part II is Aptitude test and Part III is the Drawing test. Choose questions carefully to demonstrate your grasp of various topics.
NCERT text books can be helpful, but if you want to improve your skills, you could consult H.C. Verma for physics, S.L. Loney for trigonometry, K.C. Sinha for Algebra, and O.P. Agarwal and R.C. Mukherjee for Chemistry.
Coaching centres may offer focused integral classes and advise on how to prepare for the test. With dedicated effort, classes can be a helpful resource for you. A few well-known coaching centres for engineering entrance exams:
Note: In the actual test, the same sequence might not be followed.