Vidyamandir Classes share important guidelines for Jee Main Exams Preparation
New Delhi: Vidyamandir Classes, an exemplary name in IIT-JEE coaching has listed few important guidelines for the students to ease down their nerves ahead of the JEE Main examinations offline scheduled to take place on April 8, 2018.
Boosting the morale of the students, Founder of Vidyamandir Classes Mr. Brij Mohan Gupta said, “It is the last few days of a very long journey that each one of
you has gone through. And as they say, a journey complete is a journey successful. How you spend these last few days will play a crucial part in shaping up your future. Before I delve into the details of how to spend the last few days, I would like to say that each of you have one unique power within you and its time that you recognize it and use it to your advantage.”
More often than not, students have their panic mode on just a few weeks before the exam which although natural, is not the best thing to have. Take confidence and realize that you have undergone a long, arduous journey preparing for this moment and have conviction and belief that it will be sufficient for you to get through the exams. The second and another very important thing to keep in mind would be to strengthen your core strength areas (yes, not the weakest) which will go a long way in boosting your confidence level. It is almost a disaster to start with new chapters. Believe me; it will do more harm than good.
It is a good idea to get your hands on some previous year papers. It will stimulate our mind so that you are more comfortable on the day of the actual examination.
A lot of students are skeptical about attempting questions they are unsure about. My advice to all of them would be to take calculated risks. Do not waste your time to answer the questions that you are uncertain about. However, do not hesitate to take a chance if you are reasonably sure about the answer.
All these aside, it is always advisable to meditate for half an hour or so. It definitely helps in increasing the concentration and keeps you at peace with yourself. Also, try to shift your biological clock as per the exam timings. If you are solving past year papers, do so at the same time as the actual paper would be at.
And, last but not the least, relax! This exam is not the whole and soul of your life. Try and be as active as you can. Take some time to do something that you really enjoy doing.