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Only 3 more days to go when National Testing Agency will begin the JEE Main 2019 Registration process again for the April endeavor. NTA is discharging the JEE Main 2019 Application Form for the April endeavor on February 08, 2019. The last date to enlist for the April test is March 07, 2019. The hopefuls will get the application shape over jeemain.nic.in.

For the January test, NTA has gotten around 9,29,198 enrollments for Paper 1 and for the Paper 2, they had gotten 1,80,052 applications. The numbers are relied upon to rise this time. This is on the grounds that this is the last endeavor, the competitors who have not showed up in the January endeavor will endeavor this time alongside the hopefuls who have showed up in the January test and plan to show up once more. The JEE Main 2019 April Exam will happen between April 06 – 20, 2019.

To apply for the April test, the hopefuls need to pursue comparable advances. they have to validate themselves utilizing the verification frame. From that point they have to fill the application frame, transfer the checked pictures and pay the application expense utilizing the online mode or the e challan office.

NTA will discharge the notice about the JEE Main 2019 Application shape discharge and after that the connection to fill the application frame will be enacted. The hopefuls need to finish the application frame before the last date and present the equivalent. There will be no different window opening for the last accommodation office. In any case, the application shape rectification window will open.

Presently, what would we be able to expect this time in the NTA JEE Main 2019 April test? Here are the accompanying desires that one can have according to the test of the January endeavor:

The enrollments are relied upon to rise: Most of the understudies who have showed up in the January endeavor are vouching to return in the April endeavor as well. Notwithstanding that, numerous competitors who have missed the January test will take the April endeavor. Along these lines, the enlistments are relied upon to rise this time.

Trouble Level of the test: When contrasted with CBSE, according to the hopeful’s response, NTA has set very idea based inquiries. The normal reaction of the applicants after the test was that, if your ideas are clear the test is a moonlight trip for you! Material science was said to be the hardest area in the majority of the movements, arithmetic the moderate segment and Chemistry being the most straightforward of the 3.

PC Based Test – a no issue: NTA may direct the test in the online mode out of the blue, however there are no issues with the CBT method of the test. In the January test, there were no specialized glitches. Taunt Tests will decrease any dread that the hopefuls may look with the online method of the test. The PC based test interface is very understudy cordial and simple to deal with.

Changes in example and schedule: None. there was no adjustment in the test design or the schedule in the January test. the applicants said that greatest inquiries were NCERT based. There were no out of the prospectus questions and neither the test design was adjusted using any and all means.

National testing Agency has effectively directed the JEE Main 2019 test for the January endeavor. The outcome for paper 1 was announced on January 19, 2019, and the aftereffect of Paper 2 turned out on January 31, 2019. The April test is the additional opportunity for all the candiadtes who have showed up in the January test to enhance their scores. The best NTA scores out of both the endeavors will be utilized to set up the last AIR of JEE Main 2019, based on which the confirmation will be made in the NITs, IIITs and the CFTIs.

National Testing Agency (NTA) Launches Mobile App For Mock Tests


Now, the candidates who are appearing for JEE Main, NEET or NTA NET exams will be able to practice for these competitive exams using an official app. The NTA or National Testing Agency, the newly formed organisation which conducts Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) main for undergraduate engineering admissions and National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for medical admissions, has launched a mobile application through which students can practice or take mock tests on their smartphones, according to the government. 

The NTA recently conducted two competitive examinations under its supervision, the first edition of JEE Main 2019 in January and National Eligibility Test (NET) in December last year.

The second edition of JEE Main 2019 will be held in April for which the registration will begin next week.

The registration for NEET 2019 is over and the entrance test will be held in May.

In reply to a question in Lok Sabha, Union Minister of State for HRD Satyapal Singh said that in order to ensure no student is disadvantaged, the NTA has established a network of more than 4,000 Test Practice Centres (TPCs) to acquainten aspirants, especially those from rural areas, with computer-based tests (CBTs).

Students across the country can register themselves online at the NTA Website or the NTA students app for visiting the TPCs, he said, adding all these services are provided to the students free-of-cost.

More than one lakh students have registered at these TPCs and over one crore students have benefited from these app and web services, he added.

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JEE Main April 2019: Here’s how to improve AIR ranking

With NTA’s decision to conduct the JEE Main exams twice a year from 2019, many aspirants are at an added advantage. The first phase of the JEE Main 2019 concluded on January 12 and the students who are not sure of getting a better rank also have a second chance to take exams in April (April 6-20). Registration for the JEE Main April 2019 examination will be begin from February 8 and the last date to apply for the exam is March 7, 2019.

The Common Rank List for JEE Main 2019 will be available in the first week of May after the declaration of the results of the April exam. The better of the scores of candidates who have appeared in both JEE Main January and April will be considered for the ranking purposes while the scores of the candidates who have appeared for just one exam will be used as it is. The common rank lists will denote the All India and Category ranks of the candidates in addition to the details of the candidates and marks obtained. The JEE Main rank will be the basis for admissions to the NITs, IIITs and GFTIs

With NTA’s decision to conduct the JEE Main exams twice a year from 2019, many aspirants are at an added advantage. The first phase of the JEE Main 2019 concluded on January 12 and the students who are not sure of getting a better rank also have a second chance to take exams in April (April 6-20). Registration for the JEE Main April 2019 examination will be begin from February 8 and the last date to apply for the exam is March 7, 2019.

The Common Rank List for JEE Main 2019 will be available in the first week of May after the declaration of the results of the April exam. The better of the scores of candidates who have appeared in both JEE Main January and April will be considered for the ranking purposes while the scores of the candidates who have appeared for just one exam will be used as it is. The common rank lists will denote the All India and Category ranks of the candidates in addition to the details of the candidates and marks obtained. The JEE Main rank will be the basis for admissions to the NITs, IIITs and GFTIs.

For those who missed out on the first attempt or want to improve their ranking to qualify for JEE Advanced, here is a better chance. Attempting the first Main exam should be considered as a mock test which clarifies the weak areas for detailed analysis and further preparations.

Strengthen your weaker subjects

Identify the chapters whose questions were difficult to solve. Consult teachers and faculty for clearing doubts. Allocate extra hours every week for the difficult subjects and doubt-clearing sessions. Discipline is the key to follow the time table. Keep one hour in a week for self-analysis and correction.

Utilise the gap between board exams

Board exams and the second attempt to JEE Main being closely scheduled, preparations for both need to be planned meticulously. However, the challenge remains about how to focus and go about it to emerge victorious in both the exams. There are certain sub-topics in various subjects which generally get more weightage in the Boards because the questions are subjective type. There are also some topics which are included in JEE Main, but not part of the JEE Advanced exam and students tend to ignore them during their preparation. For example, in Physics, the chapters on Electronic Devices and Communications Systems are part of JEE Main and the Board exam, but not part of the JEE Advanced Exam. Students should carefully study these chapters along with the questions from the sample papers so that they can comfortably handle descriptive questions from these chapters.

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JEE Main 2019 Result: Link to raise objection, challenge answer key activated on jeemain.nic.in – how to apply

Joint Entrance Examination, JEE Main 2019 answer key were released by NTA on Monday, January 14, 2019. As many as 9,41, 117 candidates have appeared for the JEE Main 2019. As per the official notification, the answer key and question paper for both Paper I and Paper II have been released and are now available on jeemain.nic.in. Yesterday, January 15, NTA also activated the link to Challenge Answer Key on the official website jeemain.nic.in. Important instructions regarding raising objections are provided below. JEE Main 2019 result would be released based on final answer keys by January 31, 2019.

Students to please note that the facility to raise objections would be available only till 11:50 PM on January 17, 2019. Also, a fee of Rs. 1000 per question challenged is applicable. Objections without fee payment would not be considered. Also, in case the challenge is accepted, the fee for that particular question would be refunded to the candidate.

  1. Go to the official website jeemain.nic.in and click on the activated link of ‘Challenge Answer Key’.
  2. On the new window that opens, login using your Application Number and Date of Birth or Application Number and Password and enter Security Pin as displayed to access your account.
  3. Click on the link for ‘Challenge Answer Key’. You would be able to see 90 Questions IDs for Paper I (Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics) and 80 Questions IDs for Paper II (Mathematics/Aptitude Test).
  4. The option as per the answer key would be provided there. In case you wish to challenge the answer, you can select any of the option ID given in the next column by clicking on the given check boxes. Do this for all the questions you need to raise claim against.
  5. Once complete, scroll down and click on ‘Save your Claims’.
  6. System would display the Options that you have challenges. Students may upload supporting documents by clicking on Choose File. Remember, all the documents should be in a single pdf file.
  7. Click on ‘Save your Claims and pay Fee’.
  8. Pay your processing fee @ Rs.1,000/- for each question challenged. Debit/Credit Card/Net Banking are accepted.

This completes the process of raising an objection. In case your claims are accepted, the fee paif would be refunded to the account (or card) it was made through. The JEE Main 2019 result is scheduled to be released by January 31, 2019.

JEE Main 2019 Day 3 analysis: Chemistry easiest, Physics toughest; students react

JEE Main 2019: The cut-off is expected to go high, according to experts as students are finding exams to be easier than last year. Many questions directly from NCERT class 11 and class 12 books. For session 1 of Day 3, Physics remained the toughest and lengthiest of all sections.

JEE Main 2019: The third day of the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) shift one has concluded and the second shift began from 2:30 pm. Students who have appeared for the January 10 first shift found Physics section difficult today. While Mathematics was considered easy to moderate, Chemistry was considered to be easiest by the students. This is similar to the reactions students gave after second shift exam yesterday.

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“The day 2 of the JEE Main exam was similar to yesterday’s. The overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate. The Physics section was logical with difficulty level between moderate to tough. Mathematics section was between easy to moderate. While, the Chemistry section was easy as compared to the other two sections. Some questions in Physics and Chemistry were simple and directly picked from NCERT,” said Navin C Joshi, Academic head and VP (JEE and NEET) at Gradeup.

“In Physics and Mathematics sections, few concepts and questions were repeated from day 1. Therefore students are advised to go through day 1 and day 2 exam analysis before appearing for future slots. Considering the papers of past 3 slots, the cut-off is expected to be in the range of 80 to 85,” he added.

“Last year, the cut-off went low. The exam was of moderate difficulty level however, students with their concepts cleared found it to be easy. So we are expecting the cut-off to be on the higher end. Around 85+ cut-off can be expected,” said Amit Kumar, mentor, career launcher. Talking about yesterday’s exam, Joshi too said that the cut-off can be expected to be on the higher side.

Candidates who appeared for the first shift exam yesterday found Mathematics to be the toughest. Chemistry for two days of engineering entrance exam has remained the easiest subject for students. The JEE Main overall, this year is considered to be easy as compared to last year by students and experts, alike. On the first day, NTA had conducted exam for entrance to architecture colleges.

Today, no error has been reported by the students. Yesterday, a student took to Twitter to inform that he had one answer appearing twice in one of the questions in Chemistry. It is the first time the JEE Main is being conducted as the computer-based test (CBT).

Source: https://indianexpress.com/article/education/jee-main-2019-day-3-analysis-chemistry-easiest-physics-toughest-students-react-cutoff-5531858/

JEE Main 2019 Exam Analysis Live: Experts hint expected cut off to remain rather low, share interim review

JEE Main 2019 Exam Analysis Live Update @14:15:Experts have spoken. As per the basic analysis of JEE Main 2019 and the first attempts of students, experts suggest that the expected cut off would remain similar to what it has been over the years. Of the total raw scores, experts feel that students who manage to get about 115 or above should be able to qualify for JEE Advanced 2019. However, it is important to point that giving an expected cut off at this point is both premature and not recommended.

Speaking on the soring, an expert pointed out, “This is only the first paper. The scores would be normalized this year…then there is April 2019 attempt as well. Expected cut off would vary and may increase drastically after April examination. However, prima facie a students who is expectting above 115 should feel confident.

JEE Main 2019 Exam Analysis Live Update @13:55: More reports are coming in from students. The consensus on Mathematics being the toughest section in JEE Main 2019 Day 1 Slot 1 continues to build. Rating the three sections, 8 out of 10 students commented Mathematics was the toughest section. On a decreasing level of difficulty, the sections for JEE Main 2019 were ranked as Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as easiest in comparison.

Experts too have spoken and based on initial reactions of the students, experts feel that the difficulty level of the paper was pretty much constant. NTA was not expected to make an easier paper. However, it was expected to be more graded than the one prepared by CBSE. Experts have also pointed out that students should not worry about expected cut off as it is bound to vary.

JEE Main 2019 Exam Analysis Live Update @13:45: Speaking after their JEE Main 2019 Computer Based Tests, students reported that there was no technical glitch. A student noted that he had also attended the Mock Test at the study centres and the interface was exactly like the one mentioned. On the difficulty level, the questions on Physical Chemistry seemed to baffle a few students. Some students also noted that the coordinate geometry section was the toughest bit and required lengthy calculations.

Since JEE Main 2019 is completely computer based, experts would not be able to comment on the exact difficulty level. The analysis is based purely on the feedback received by the students who have appeared for the examination. More reports are expected soon.

JEE Main 2019 Exam Analysis Live Update @13:30: First reactions for JEE Main 2019 examination have started to come out now. More and more students have reacted to the level of difficulty of the paper. While the number of respondents is limited at present, the general consensus is that JEE Main 2019 Slot 1 Mathematics was the toughest section. When asked about the other two, students expected Physics to be the highest scoring. Expert analysis would be available by 4 pm. More reactions awaited.

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Talking about the general arrangmentts of the examination centre, students noticed that the security was sound and it took them a good half hour to complete all the processes. Slot 2 for Day 1 would commence at 2:30 pm today.

JEE Main 2019 Exam Analysis: Joint Entrance Examination, JEE Main 2019 first slot is finally over. While the examination is not new, the format, the conducting authority and the process was all new. Students had, for the first time, a choice to appear for the examination on the date they preferred. The examination was completely computer based and the responses would be evaluated almost instantaneously. Coming out of the various examination centres, students, however, had a similar reaction to the earlier years. Here is what they have to say about the examination and how it was in comparison to when CBSE conducted it last year.

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Starting with exam analysis, the students found the paper typical and expectedly tough. Mathematics section was said to be the toughest by many respondents. Some students claimed that physical chemistry questions were rather unexpectedly lengthy. Overall, however, the response was much like it usually is…there were no easy questions.

When spoken to about the entire feel of the examination, a few students who were appearing for JEE Main the second time pointed out that it was very much like CBSE. “The only difference was perhaps that we know that its all computer based.” As for the diffiulty level, the general suggestion was that the paper was tough.

JEE Main 2019 Exam From This Week; Important Test Day Rules For Candidates


The National Testing Agency or NTA will organise the first JEE Main examunder its supervision from January 6. The JEE or Joint Entrance Examination Main, an eligibility test for admission on premier engineering and technology institutes in country, will be held as a computer-based test in various centres across India till January 20. The JEE Main admit card and other exam details have been released on the official website of this competitive exam, jeemain.nic.in.

The NTA, which conducted the UGC NET exam –the first ever exam organised by the newly-formed agency — recently, asked the candidates to not to adopt any unfair means during the exam.

“We wish to inform you that to ensure strict confidentiality, integrity, fairness and smoothness in the examination, following steps are required to be taken. No Candidate should adopt any unfair means, or indulge in any unfair examination practices as the examination centres are under surveillance of CCTV and equipped with Jammers,” NTA said in a statement.

JEE Main 2019: Exam day rules

Candidates may visit the examination centre, a day before and familiarize themselves with the location and means of reaching at venue of the JEE Main 2019on time.

Candidates should reach the venue of the exam at the reporting time mentioned in the JEE Main admit card. According to NTA, if candidates report beyond the gate closing time of the centre, they will not be allowed to enter in the test venue.

“Instructions have been issued for strict compliance. Several pre-examination formalities need to be completed and therefore please reach on time,” said the notice from NTA.

Items allowed in exam centres

Candidates should carry only following items with them:

Admit Card downloaded from the NTA Website (a clear preferably colour printout on A4 size paper).

One Passport size photograph (same as uploaded with the online application form) to be pasted on the attendance sheet at the centre.

A valid photo ID proof in original (PAN card/ Driving License/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Aadhaar Card/E- Aadhaar/Ration Card)

PwD certificate issued by the competent authority, if claiming the relaxation under PwD category
Diabetic students will be allowed to carry eatables like sugar tablets or fruits (like banana/apple/ orange) and transparent water bottle to the exam hall/room. However, according to NTA, they will not be allowed to carry packed foods like chocolates or candy or sandwich etc..

Pen or Pencil and blank paper sheets for rough work will be provided in the exam room.

Items prohibited in exam centres

Candidates are NOT allowed to carry following items:

Geometry instruments, Pencil box, Handbag, Purse, any kind of paper or stationery, eatables and water (loose or packed), mobile phone, ear phone, microphone, pager, calculator, docupen, slide rules, log tables, camera, tape recorder, to wear or carry any type of watch including electronic watches with facilities of calculator, any metallic item or electronic gadgets devices

NTA also said there may not be any provision for safe keeping of valuables at the centre.

Follow this two-month strategy to crack JEE Main 2019

With less than three months left for the first session of JEE Main 2019, here is the two-month strategy to help you prepare efficiently.

While November might be a month of festivities for everyone else, but if you are a JEE Main aspirant, it is a crucial time for your future. With less than three months left for the first session of JEE Main 2019, just like you, lakhs of students across India are leaving no stones unturned to secure a seat in prestigious institutes like IITs and NIITs.

November 7 – 10

Summarise each chapter: Write down the highlights of each chapter of every subject in a notebook to easily access them whenever you want. Since you won’t have enough time for an in-depth revision one day before the exam, these notes will help you remember the key points.
Create flashcards: Besides this, make a large stack of flashcards containing all important formulae, concepts and diagrams to learn them better.
Clarify your doubts: You can also use e-learning apps to clarify your doubts regarding a particular topic. These digital platforms let you upload a picture of your problem and chat with an expert to solve it. What’s more, through these platforms you can keep a tab on your progress.

November 11 – 30

Take mock tests: Once you have gone through your entire syllabus, it’s time to start taking mock tests from reliable sources to get yourself familiar with the exam environment. Apart from offline coaching centres, there are online platforms where you can enrol yourself for mock tests. The JEE Main exam’s question paper is designed to test your aptitude, analytical, logical and reasoning skills. Thus, taking mock tests will not only help you improve your time management skill but also make you aware of the exam pattern.
Work on your weak areas: Writing the test is just a job half done. After the test, make sure to evaluate your paper and find out your mistakes. Work on your weak spots to resolve them well before the actual exam takes place.

JEE Main Slot Booking: Check Here the Complete Procedure

NTA has scratched the space booking process. According to the new framework, JEE Main space booking procedure will be directed by NTA and hopefuls won’t have the relaxation to choose their opening. NTA (National Testing Agency), the new exam directing expert is in charge of distributing the date, move, and timing. Apportioning will be finished by NTA utilizing PC programming on an arbitrary reason for effective candidates.

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The space reserving for JEE Main including date and move booking is a vital part of all understudies who are showing up for JEE Main 2019. In any case, according to reports, NTA has realized couple of changes. The examination will now be directed in two movements and 8 settings. Besides, the Mains will be directed in two sessions (i.e. in January and April).

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The date and time move for both Paper I and Paper II will be advised by October 05 while the examination focus/city for JEE Main 2019 will be told by October 21 on the official site. Numerous understudies anticipated that would have the benefit of space booking however NTA because of coordinations and other reasons seems to have revoked the facility.

About JEE

JEE or Joint Engineering Entrance Mains is a standout amongst the most troublesome selection test led for understudies who try to seek after Engineering (B.E./B.Tech) or Architecture (B.Plan/B.Arch) later on. It is one of the vital examinations which esteems qualification of applicants looking for affirmation in best IITs the nation over. The examination includes two papers. The paper I that arrangements with Engineering and Paper II is for Architecture.

Notice by NTA

JEE Main examination has realized vital changes in parts of conduction of examinations and the space allocations. The examination will now be led in 8 settings and applicants will be required to book their work day. As per reports distributed, the Paper I for Engineering will be led in two move timings one toward the beginning of the day and other at night though the Paper II for Architecture will be led in the primary move i.e. Morning shift as it were.

A portion of alternate subtle elements made reference to in the notice are as per the following:

  • Paper 1 will be for designing understudies, trying to seek after B.E./B.Tech.
  • It will involve inquiries from Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.
  • The Paper 1 will be led on online mode as it were.
  • The timetable will be directed in two movements which will be from 9.30 – 12.30 and 2.30 – 5.30.
  • Paper 2 will be for Architecture understudies who seek to take up B.Plan/B.Arch.
  • It will contain inquiries from Mathematics, Aptitude Test and Drawings.
  • The Mathematics exam and Aptitude Test for Paper II will be led through online mode, though the Drawing Test will be directed Offline (pen and paper mode).
  • Paper 2 will be led just amid the first move i.e. 9.30 – 12.30

Notice of dates

The application frame for JEE Main 2019 is accessible from September 1, 2018. The for enlistment closes on September 30, 2018. Applicants are encouraged to apply ahead of schedule when the procedure begins on the official site of National Testing Agency (NTA).

The NTA will assign openings to competitors which will be founded on “First come, First serve” premise. The hopeful can pick a space for the exam at the season of filling the application, in any case, a ultimate choice of the opening will be finished by NTA that will be chosen haphazardly through a mechanized procedure.

The last date and schedule vacancy alongside dispensed focal point of examination will be imprinted on JEE Main Admit Card.

Steps to Download JEE Main Admit Card 2019

JEE Main 2019 Admit Card for Phase I is likely booked for discharge on December 17, 2018. Competitors can download from the official webpage of NTA. Note that the concede card will be issued for fruitful candidates. Here are the means to download concede card effectively:

  • Go to the official site of National Testing Agency on www.nta.ac.in Or Go to the official site of JEE at www.jeemain.nic.in
  • Tap on “Concede Card for JEE Main 2019” connect
  • Enter JEE Main 2019 Application Number and Password alongside security stick.
  • Tap on the submit catch
  • Concede Card is shown in your program.
  • Check for every one of the points of interest imprinted on the card and in the event of any inconsistency, answer to the experts quickly.
  • At last, download the card in your framework and take different printouts of the equivalent for future purposes.

JEE Main 2019: This study plan will help you get a good rank

Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Main and Advanced are the gateways to the top engineering institutes in this country, including IITs and NITs. Some students start preparing for JEE after Class 8, however, most begin after Class 10. By the time they step into 12th standard, they have already completed most of their portion. They start gearing up for the JEE by attempting numerous mock tests and solving previous year question papers.

This year, the HRD ministry has announced that JEE will be conducted in two sessions in a year. Students will be able to choose the date of their exam for either one or both sessions. The first session will be held in January, and the second session will be held in April. Both exams will be held in the computer-based mode.

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This new mode of testing can become a little overwhelming and challenging, especially for rural children. Last year, students had the option to take the exam either in the pen and paper mode or the computer-based mode. Of the 11 lakh students who registered for the exam, approximately only two lakh opted for the pen and paper mode. This is because a large percentage of the youth does not have any access to computers.

Follow these JEE Main preparation tips

  1. Get used to solving complicated questions on a computer. Since school, most of you are used to receiving your questions on a paper. Download ed-tech app will help you warm up to the concept of receiving questions on a screen, solving them and then marking the answer on the computer.

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  1. Register for the January exam even if you have not completed the portion. Use this exam to become comfortable with the new computer-based format. Develop some tips and tricks that work for you. Registrations for the January exam begin from the 1st of September, and the deadline is the September 30.
  2. Visit the practice centres. The National Testing Agency (NTA) will set up over 3000 practice centres across the country to help you become more comfortable with this new mode of testing. They will release an app that helps you locate the closest test centre. Download it and visit the practice centre. It is free of cost.
  3. Concentrate on your Class 12 board exams. Remember that you need a minimum of 75 per cent in your Class 12 board exam to qualify for JEE Main. Do not lose focus from this exam, and spend time practising theorems, diagrams, and other long answers that are often asked during your board exams.

Apart from the change in format, the difficulty of the exam will be the same. So, stick to the timetable that you have already created and study well.