JEE Main Application form correction is going on, candidates who had done mistakes in their application form can correct it. Coaching is necessary for the JEE Main Preparation. JEE Main is one of the most important exam conducted for admission to various B.Tech/B.E and B.Arch courses and considering the idea of a coaching center may seem viable but without necessary means and knowledge, even the best of coaching center and hard work can go in vain. With the increase in the number of CFTI’s participating and also a spurt in the number of eligible candidates to be shortlisted for the exam, it is no doubt that the competition is going to be tough. Here we are listing top 10 coaching centers for JEE Main Preparation.
Top 10 Coaching Centers For JEE Main Preparation
|Allen Institute||Kota, Rajasthan|
|Vibrant Academy||Kota Rajasthan|
|Sri Chaitanya and Narayana Institute||Hyderabad|
|Resonance Institute||Kota Rajasthan|
|Vidyamandir Classes||New Delhi|
|Super 30 Institute||Patna|
|Aakash Institute||New Delhi|
|Motion IIT JEE||Kota Rajasthan|
Important Highlights of JEE Main
|JEE Main conducting body||Central Board of Secondary Education|
|JEE Main official website||www.jeemain.nic.in|
|Exam Held||Once every Year|
|Exam Level||All India Level|
|Exam Type||Under Graduate|
|Number of Papers||2|
|Candidates to Appear||11.5 lac|
|Qualifying Rate in JEE Main||72%|
Important Exam Dates JEE Main 2018
|Release of JEE Main Notification||November 20, 2018|
|Release of JEE Main Application Form||December 1, 2018|
|Last date to fill JEE Main Application Form||January 1, 2018|
|JEE Main Application Form Correction Window||January 9, 2018 to January 22, 2018|
|JEE Main Admit Card will be issued on||3rd Week of March|
|JEE Main Offline Exam Date (Paper 1 and Paper 2)||April 08, 2018|
|JEE Main Online Exam Date (Paper 1)||April 15 & 16, 2018|
|Release of JEE Main Answer Key and OMR Sheet||April 24 – April 27, 2018|
|JEE Main Result Date||April 30, 2018|
|Announcement of Top 2,24,000 Candidates||April 30, 2018|
|Declaration of JEE Main All India Ranks||Before or on June 30, 2018|
JEE Main Eligibility Criteria
Candidates need to fulfill the under mentioned eligibility criteria to appear for JEE Main exam:
Age Limit: Candidate must have been on or before October 1st, 1993 to be eligible for JEE Main exam. However, there is 5% Relaxation for reserved category students
Academic Qualification: Candidates passing the 12th class examination or equal with at least 5 subjects are eligible for the exam.
No of Attempts: Candidate can give JEE Main exam for 3 times and it can be attempted twice in a consecutive year.
JEE Main Exam Pattern
It is very important for the candidates to be thorough with the exam pattern to plan out their preparation and give priorities to the topics. Here is a brief of JEE Main Exam Pattern–
- There are 90 multiple choice questions in Paper 1 and 82 MCQ as well as subjective questions in Paper 2
- Exam is held in online as well as offline mode
- Paper 1 is divided into 3 sections Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics and Paper 2 is divided into Aptitude Test, Mathematics, and Drawing test.
- Time allotted for the paper is 3 hours
- 4 marks are awarded for every correct answer and 1 mark is deducted for every answer attempted wrong.
- Maximum marks a candidate can score in Paper 1 are 360 and in Paper 2 are 390.
According to a recent study, as much as 52% of JEE Mains qualified candidates were those who relied on self-study to crack the entrance exam.
- share of candidates cracking JEE exam with the help of coaching classes was 48%, less as compared to self study data.
Candidates can rely on their self studies as much as they can on the coaching centers depending upon their study schedule and concentration levels.
Preparation Tips to crack JEE Main easily
Candidates must not leave any stone unturned when it comes to preparation and preparing for the exam. Here are a few tips to keep you light on the mind.
- Attempting the exam in sequence would help in securing essential marks and The idea is to ensure to solve fact based questions first and then move on to those involving calculations.
- Prepare a subject-wise checklist to revise or to practice
- Attempt a full length test paper every alternate day i.e. a minimum of 2-3 question paper before the main exam.
- Make sure you analyze your attempts, the rights and the wrongs and the reason for the misses.
- Candidates should keep in mind the sections and topics where he/she can score maximum marks and scoring good marks are certainly possible with the appropriate strategy.
- Avoid late night studies and do not forget to keep a watch on your diet. Have your food on time
- Always engage yourself in light, freehand exercise and relax for some time.