Do’s and Don’ts for JEE Main 2019

18 Sep, 2018
Do’s and Don’ts for JEE Main 2019

With most aspirants busy with finalizing their JEE Main 2019 preparation, several other aspects are also crucial. In terms of other aspects, one of the critical aspects for prospective candidates is knowing what to do and don’t do for JEE Mains 2019. Although the pattern and difficulty level for the JEE main exam are the same in both online and offline modes, it is only a matter of comfort level. Computer-based testing is just another way to do the exam, and all your performance figures are based on your practice method. JEE Advanced runs in full online mode. The choice of computer-aided testing in the JEE Main could have some additional advantages over the traditional pen and paper method. With many options for practicing online-based tests (mock tests), this increases confidence in online tests.

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Things to do while in the JEE Main 2019 CBT

– Remember, in JEE (Main) -CBT, the right options are sent with a mouse click. It is important that questions are tried in a sequence to remember your order of attempting the questions. It is advisable to take multiple dummy tests in online mode for JEE (Main) original exam.

    – You must scroll the screen to see if all the questions appear on the screen before you start the questions.

    – Since all pages can be displayed on a tab at the top right of the screen, select the topic that you want to capture first, and make sure you click the correct option and save the option immediately. You have to be careful not to submit the paper until all questions have been answered in the respective subjects- physics, chemistry and mathematics.

    Things to Remember while taking an Drawing Test in JEE Main 2019

    – For the offline paper of drawing, check that you have received the entire questionnaire and that no page is missing due to a print error in between.

    – Try keeping all the stuff required for drawing.

    – To solve questions in the order of their ease, where the ease depends both on the ability to solve a question and the time it takes to solve it.

    JEE- Do’s and Dont’s: Things to do

    1. Keep calm because that’s the basic mantra you have to follow. Getting panic does not help you, but is dangerous to both your health and your exam.
    2. Keep silence during the test and focus only on your question paper. That saves time for you.
    3. Do not distract yourself; do not be talked by gestures, or talk to anyone. Once caught by the examiner, you can be disqualified.
    4. Do not take unfair resources to the exam room. Once found with something, you are definitely “disqualified” from the exam room. Wearing anything can lead to the cancellation of your candidacy permanently or for a set period of time.
    5. Carefully read the entire questionnaire for the first 5-10 minutes.
    6. Try simple questions first. Choose sections that are less risky and more profitable.
    7. Check again before marking the OMR sheet.
    8. Record a reasonable number of online dummy tests for JEE from a known source, if you have registered for JEE in online format.
    9. Do not forget to write your roll number correctly on the answer sheet.
    10. Also, correctly write the test book code and the answer sheet number on the attendance sheet.
    11. It is your duty to ensure that all details on the attendance sheet are correct and that the signatures are made at the prescribed location / column.
    12. Carefully follow all markup instructions listed on page 1 of the answer sheet.
    13. You need to make sure the code on the answer and test book is the same. In case of discrepancy, inform the supervisor immediately and have them replaced.

    JEE Do’s and Don’ts: Things not to be Done

    1. Do not arrive too late, but reach the venue on time. The registration deadline for the candidates is 7 am as the exam hall is opened two and a half hours before the beginning of the exam. This extra time is used to search the candidates with metal detectors. If you are late, it could be a huge loss for you as you might miss some of the exam instructions announced in the exam hall.
    2. Avoid last-minute studies because they only build tension in your head. You have to feel relaxed.
    3. Do not compare your preparation with others. Everyone can prepare differently for the test and apply different strategies.
    4. Do not carry gadgets or items to the examination center such as calculators, pencils, slide rules, log tables, electronic clocks, printed or written notes, cell phones, pagers or other devices.
    5. Do not forget to write your roll number correctly on the answer sheet.
    6. Also, write the test book code and do not select multiple answer options in the OMR sheet. It will not be considered and you will lose grades.
    7. Do not fold and do not stain the answer sheet.
    8. Do not use a pencil while marking the answers. Answer sheets marked in pencil will not be entertained.
    9. Do not remove any papers from the test booklet. It is believed that this action was unfair and considered a criminal act.
    10. Do not waste your time on questions that you do not know, or do not spend too much time with a question. The answer sheet number on the attendance sheet is correct.
    11. It is your duty to ensure that all details on the attendance sheet are correct and that the signatures are made at the prescribed location / column.
    12. Carefully follow all markup instructions listed on page 1 of the answer sheet.
    13. You need to make sure the code on the answer and test book is the same. In case of discrepancy, inform the supervisor immediately and have them replaced.
    14. You may only carry the JEE Main Admit Card into the examination hall.
    15. Be careful not to eat or smoke in the examination room or to take any food. It is not the right place for it.

    This is all about the Do’s and Don’ts of JEE Main 2019. Stay tuned to be informed about how to prepare for this exam.  

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