How to Prepare For NEET, CUET, and JEE Mains? At a same time
Every year in India lakhs of students appears for the NEET, CUET and JEE Exams with the hope of a bright future. Clearing these exams means they are eligible to apply for admission into the top tier colleges/universities of the country. Every student has a dream that he/she should crack these exams with a high score and secure a seat in one of the top-notch institutions in the country. But clearing competitive exams such as JEE Mains, CUET and NEET is no slice of cake. In this article, we will give you some tips, following which you will be able to secure good marks.
How Should a JEE/ NEET Aspirant Prepare for CUET?- Tips
- Make a Timetable – It is essential that the students should prepare a timetable of what they need to study throughout the day and allot time to each subject properly. Making a timetable will help better manage time and cover the whole syllabus
- Make Own Notes– Although students must have a lot of study materials and Coaching Notes too still it is advisable that the Students should make short and crisp the point notes for a better understanding of the concepts and to revise during exam time.
- Revision– The key to cracking any competitive exam is to do multiple revisions of each and every chapter. The students should do at least 2-3 Revisions of each topic which will help them understand the subject conceptually well.
- Appearing Mock Tests– It is advisable that students should go for at least one Mock test Paper before appearing for the actual examinations and after appearing for the Mocks the student will be able to assess his/her performance better
- Go through Previous Year Paper – It is a high probability that the trend followed in previous years the same is followed in the upcoming examinations. The topics which were asked in the Previous Year have a high probability of appearing in the exams. Also, the trend of questions and the type of questions also can be known from Past Year Question Papers.
- Practice Different type of Questions – Students should focus on practising different types of questions and also those which are conceptual because that will prevent them from getting nervous in the exam if they have already practised the same
- Positive Attitude – Students should keep a positive attitude and be confident that they can appear well in the exams. Keeping a positive attitude and being calm are also important.
NEET stands for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. It is conducted annually by the National Testing Agency(NTA). Students who wish to get admission into the top tier medical colleges in India need to register themselves for the NEET Exams and on the basis of Marks, they achieve they are allotted ranks and then they will be eligible for admission into top tier colleges. NEET Exams can also be given by Non-Residents, NRI, and Foreign Nationals too. The NEET Exam is conducted in online mode and once a year. Candidates who want to appear for the NEET Exams need to fulfil certain eligibility criteria. The Candidate appearing should be at least 17 years of age, however, there are no upper age limit criteria. The Candidate should have appeared for 12th or 10+2 Examinations and should have secured minimum marks, 50% for unreserved, SC/ST 40%, PwD 45%. In the year 2021, more than 16 lakh students appeared for the NEET Exams. In the Year 2021, NEET was conducted on 12th September 2021 and the results for the same were made available on the 1st of November 2021. This Year the NEET exams are set to begin on 17th July 2022.
Central University Entrance Test (CUET) acts as a one-stop solution for students who want to apply for admission into the top central universities and other universities that are registered with the CUET. The CUET makes its debut in the year 2022 only. It is an altogether new concept. Students after clearing their Class 12th or 10+2 Exams can apply for the CUET Exams. The CUET Exams are also conducted by The National Testing Agency. As per the University Grants Commission Chairman, Mr M Jagadeesh Kumar a total of 87 Universities are participating in the CUET 2022 Exams. The CUET Exams are set to begin from the 1st/2nd Week of July 2022. The CUET 2022 received applications from over 9 Lakh Students in its debut year. In CUET applicants can appear for as many as 9 Subjects. The Participating Universities include the likes of Allahabad University, Delhi University, Banaras Delhi University and more. However next year onwards more such Universities will join the CUET.
JEE Mains 2022
JEE is one of the toughest competitive Exams in recent times and is also well known Globally. JEE stands for Joint Entrance Examinations. JEE is conducted in two sets, JEE Mains and JEE Advanced. Students who clear their JEE Mains can appear for JEE Advance. On the basis of rank and marks in JEE examination the candidates can get admission to top-ranked universities in India. Students who clear their JEE Exams can get admission into top colleges such as the Indian Institute of Technology(IIT), the Indian Institute of Information Technology(IIIT), National Institute of Technology (NIT), and BITS, and many more. In the Year 2021, approximately 141699 students appeared for the JEE Mains exam. On the Basis of the JEE Advanced Results, seats are allotted to 23 IITs, 31 NITs, and 23 IIITs.
FAQs on Tips to Prepare for NEET, CUET, and JEE Mains
Q. How many revisions are important for JEE Mains?
No number of revisions is sufficient for competitive exams such as JEE Mains but still, students are advised to do at least 3 to 4 Revisions
Q. Are Adda247 Mock Tests Compulsory for NEET, CUET and JEE Mains?
Yes, Adda247 Mock Tests are more than enough for NEET, CUET and JEE Mains.
Q. Are Previous Year Questions Enough for NEET, CUET and JEE Mains?
No amount of Practice is enough for JEE Mains, NEET, CUET. Students can refer to PYQs for a better understanding of the questions and topics asked in the exams.
Q. Is Self Study Required for JEE Mains, NEET and CUET?
Yes, Self Study is a must, the students must devote most of their time to self-study if they are preparing for JEE Mains, NEET, or CUET.