JEE Main 2022: How To Prepare In The Last Month

JEE Mains 2022

The National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting the Joint Entrance Examination 2022, or JEE Main 2022, which is to be held this year from June 20 to 29, 2022. The JEE Main session 1 applications closed quite a while back, and the candidates are now eagerly waiting for NTA to release the JEE Main admit card 2022 on its website- jeemain.nta.nic.in. The engineering aspirants should now get ready for the undergraduate engineering examination and pull up their sleeves in this last leg of preparation to make productive use of the remaining time to stay ahead of the competition.

The NTA will keep JEE Main 2022 in 2 sessions – JEE Main 2022 session 1 scheduled to be conducted between June 20 and 29; and JEE Main session 2 from July 21 to 30.

 JEE Main 2022: Paper Pattern

Candidates looking for the paper pattern of JEE Main 2022 can refer to NTA’s official website. This year too, there will be 20 multiple choice questions per subject in Part 1, followed by 10 numerical type questions out of which the student has to attempt 5. The difference in this year’s and last year’s paper pattern is that the numerical type questions did not have negative marking until last year, but will do this year.

For every question in Section B, the appropriate integer answer of the solution will have to be input via the means of a mouse and an on-screen keyboard. For Section B, the solution would have to be rounded off to the closest Integer.

At this point, the students should no longer hunt for new books to prepare from and stick to the mode of learning they have been following throughout their preparation. However, conventional texts like HC Verma books for physics, and the NCERT textbooks for Chemistry can still be used to clarify concepts. The students should focus on problem-solving, learning shortcuts to save time and quickly solve questions, memorizing important equations, working on strengths, and brushing up on weaknesses should all be prioritized at this stage. Mock Tests should also be given in CBT (Computer Based Test) modality, which shall prove to be essential for aspirants to enhance their self-confidence and exam temperament. To achieve more marks in the actual JEE (Main), time management is key

JEE Main 2022 Preparation Tips To Ace The Exam

  • Time Management: For timely preparation and dealing with study pressure, proper planning is essential. Serious pupils must have evaluated their preparedness by now, or their teachers must have told them of the same. So now is the time to finalize your preparation and ensure that you perform exceptionally well in the JEE(Main) exam.
  • Material: At this point, it is not advisable to begin reading any new books. However, conventional texts can still be used to clarify concepts. Problem-solving, finding shortcuts, memorizing equations, and identifying one’s strengths and shortcomings should all be prioritized at this level. Mock Tests in CBT (Computer Based Test) modality are required for aspirants to enhance their self-confidence and exam temperament. Time Management is critical to attaining greater marks withinside the real JEE (Main).
  • Take Mock Tests: To develop a winning exam temperament, take a series of mock tests, particularly in CBT (Computer Based Test) mode. Try to take them at the times of the actual test each day, if possible. If you have to appear in the morning session, take the mock tests at the same time, and if you have to appear in the afternoon session, take the mock tests in the afternoon. Keep track of your errors and aim to overcome them in each test you take.
  • Don’t Overstress Yourself: For physical and mental fitness, get five to six hours of sleep every night, especially three to four days before JEE Main 2022. This is essential as your mind needs to be performing optimally on the day of the exam.

Exam ParticularsExam Details
Exam NameJoint Entrance Examination (Main) or JEE Main
Conducting BodyNational Testing Agency (NTA)
Exam LevelUndergraduate Exam at the National level
Exam FrequencyTwice a year (June and July)
Mode of ExamComputed Based Test (CBT) for BE/ BTech/ BArch/ B.PlanningPen and paper-based test (PBT) for Drawing section in BArch
Total Registrations10.4 lakh (in 2021)
Courses offered through the Entrance ExamBE/BTech, BArch, BPlanning
Exam FeesINR 650 (male unreserved/OBC/EWS category)INR 325 (female unreserved/OBC/EWS category)INR 325 (SC/ST/PwD/Transgender category)
Exam Duration3 hours for BTech/ BArch/ BPlan3.5 hours for BArch and B.Planning both4 hours for PwD candidates
No. of Papers and Total MarksPaper-1: BE/BTech (300 marks)Paper-2A: BArch (400 marks)Paper-2B: BPlan (400 marks)
Total QuestionsBE/BTech: 90BArch: 82BPlan: 105
Marking Scheme4 for each correct response-1 for each incorrect response.
No marks for unattempted questions
Language/Medium of ExamEnglish, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu
Colleges Accepting Exam ScoreAll NIT, IIIT, CFTIs; JEE Main is the qualifying exam for JEE Advanced for IIT admission
No. of Test Cities501 in India25 outside India
JEE Main official Websitejeemain.nta.nic.in
Contact DetailsNTA Telephone Number: 0120-6895200NTA Email ID:[email protected] and write at JEE (Main) Query Redressal System (QRS)NTA Helpline: 8178359845 | 8287471852 | 9650173668 | 9599676953 | 8287471852
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