Ever Heard About JEE Main Previous Year Papers 2.0?

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There is an old saying – Practise makes a man perfect, which stands accurate for JEE aspirants. Haven’t you noticed it yet? Every JEE topper talks about the importance of practise.

JEE Main 2020 is less a month away. Are you following the ‘funda’ of practising dedicatedly? Be it solving online mock tests or previous years’ papers; everything is critical to help you crack JEE Main 2020.

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The JEE Main question paper is structured in such a way that it tests your aptitude, logical, analytical, and reasoning skills. To ace the exam, it is essential to plan your preparation wholeheartedly.

DON’T FORGET tosolve as many Previous Years Papers as you can (solve them again and again). Well, here’s why it is so significant.

Since you would be giving your JEE Main online, how about practicing JEE Main previous year papers online as well? Not only that, get to practise them on real NTA screens!

There’s a bonus here – You get powerful in-built analytics of your performance in the paper to help determine your strengths and weaknesses.

9 Reasons Why Practicing Previous Year Papers Are Critical !

  • Helps you to analyse the exam pattern

Studying concepts is essential but knowing the model of the paper will give you the feel of the actual exam. This is one of the most significant factors that guarantees exam success – getting habitual to the exam environment. This is just your teaser (previous year papers) that helps you analyse the movie (the JEE exam) thoroughly.

  • In-depth understanding of essential topics

You get important information about the topics questions in the exam are usually asked from. It becomes easy to prioritize while studying, as you can’t be 100% prepared with all topics. Pro tip: Give your thorough attention to the topics which you feel are asked again and again in the examination.

  • Helps in adapting to JEE question pattern

While practicing the JEE previous year papers, you also get an idea of the types of questions asked in the exam for every topic – be it analytical, theoretical, or calculation based. You also get an idea about the CBT format when you practise online. To tackle the change in JEE Main 2020 question paper pattern and introduction of integer-type questions, you can attempt the Pre-JEE Main 2020 test series.

  • Enhances your speed

Regular practise of JEE Main previous years’ papers will help you boost your speed in the examination. If the question paper structure and essential topics are known to you beforehand, you’ll not be confused when you see the question paper.

  • Improves time management

Constant practise of previous year papers will make you conceptually strong and help you to manage time better in the examination. Attempting 75 questions in a short span of 3 hours is a tedious task hence attempting previous years JEE question papers is always advisable.

  • Makes you efficient

The possibility of making silly mistakes is reduced as your efficiency, question solving speed and accuracy rate improves with regular practise of previous year papers.

  • Judges your preparation levels

By practising previous year papers, you can decide your ability and, if not satisfied, can undertake more efforts to push yourself in preparation. It helps in a better understanding of your preparation loopholes.

  • Gives you a reality check

JEE Main Previous Year Papers helps you get a reality check of how you have fared so far. It’s easy to maintain a balance in terms of confidence levels, as you know for sure shot know what your level of preparation is.

  • Breaks the monotony

Studying regularly can be monotonous, boring, and tiresome. Take a break regularly, practise previous year papers, and evaluate your performance. It will also increase your enthusiasm levels about one of the toughest engineering entrance exams of the country, a.k.a – JEE.

Okay, that’s it.

Drop everything right now and get straight to solving previous years’ JEE question papers. It is advisable to classify your attempts into easy, moderate, and difficult to help you understand your performance.

This is an age-old method that ensures that the exam is not as terrifying as it sounds. We know it – JEE Main 2020 is tough, but you’re tougher!

Good Luck, Guys!

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