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Last minute tips to crack the IIT JEE 2016

March 18, 2016 09:29 IST

Ramesh Batlish, head of FIITJEE Noida shares crucial advice for engineering aspirants who want to make it to the leading IITs.

How to prepare for the IIT Joint Entrance Examination

The Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) (formerly known as the IIT-JEE) is one of the toughest engineering entrance examination of the Indian Institutes of Technology in India.

It is also one of the toughest engineering entrance exams in the world.

Students from all over the country spend hours preparing for this exam.

Time management and strategy are two important aspects which need to be followed with precision in order to succeed.

The JEE main offline exam will be conducted on Sunday, April 3, 2016 and the online exam will be conducted on April 9 and 10, 2016.

The pattern of JEE main is discussed below:

Pattern of JEE (Main)

BE/BTech (Paper 1)

Entrance examination constitutes of a three-hour examination and objective questions from subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are displayed.

Every question is scheduled to include four options.

There will be negative marking in the exam.

BArch/BPlanning (Paper 2) 

The entrance examination will have three parts: Mathematics, Aptitude test and Drawing test.

While Mathematics and Aptitude test will include objective questions, the drawing test will offer questions to check the drawing aptitude of a student.

With less than a month remaining for the JEE (Main) some preparation guidelines to achieve this objective are mentioned below:

Once you have cleared the Mains, the next step is to prepare for the JEE Advanced.

Subject-wise tips to crack the JEE Advanced




A vast part of JEE (Advanced ) consists of questions related to physics and is also important in terms of marks. So, a lot of practice is required for this topic.

Other scoring topics consist of Optics, Electricity and Magnetism, etc.

Some subjects which require extra attention constitute Kinematics and Particle dynamics. These are important parts of Mechanics and are regularly witnessed in JEE papers.

According to the general trends, Mechanics and Electricity and Magnetism are the most important topics in terms of the number of questions asked in the JEE of previous years.

Some Physics topics which were a part of previous year's papers are mentioned here:

How to crack the JEE (Advanced) 2016

Tips for the D-Day

All the best!!

Lead image used for representational purposes only. Image: Ahmad Masood/Reuters 

Ramesh Batlish