JEE Main 2020 January Exam is knocking the doors! Now that the National Testing Agency (NTA) has taken up the charge of conducting the exam twice a year and in online mode only, this time the exam nature can be a bit different. The difference will not at all lie in the exam pattern, but a new conducting body into play may bring some slight variations in the nature of questions. Thus, in this article, we will talk about what are the various tricks that one must know to tackle any surprises that the new conducting body may bring out of the blue. One of the important tricks is to have a strong grab over the concepts and accuracy. lets us see how in this article below.

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Improve Your Accuracy For JEE Main 2020

To improve your accuracy for the exam, the one and only way is practice. Since JEE Main 2020 is being conducted online, now is the high time to practice online mock tests as much as possible. Also, apart from practising the mock tests keep evaluating yourself and revise the topics that you feel you are not 100% confident about. In the below table we are listing a list of articles that will help you with the important chapters and last minute preparation tips:

Mock Tests Click Here
Important Chapters Click Here
IIT – PAL Lectures Click Here
Sample Papers Click Here
Tips for droppers Click Here
Recommended Books Subject wise
McGraw-Hill Important Books
Previous Years’ Question Papers Click Here
Syllabus Click Here

Reminder: Do not forget to carry your JEE Main 2020 Admit card on the exam day. Download here.

How To work towards Improving The Accuracy For JEE Main 2020

Now improving accuracy, as mentioned above, comes only from practice. Now, that the exam will be conducted in the online mode only, it will be better to practice the mock tests entirely in the online mode. This will help the candidates to get used to the online interface and prepare themselves for the speed and accuracy needed for the online mode of the exam.

What is needed for Speed and Accuracy?

Daily Practice: To attain speed and accuracy you will be needing the practice of solving the questions on a daily basis. Solving questions daily will help you gain knowledge of techniques and knowing the important formulas. In addition to that, you will be also able to come across some useful shortcuts. The shortcuts not only saves time but also increases your speed.
Clearing The Basics: However, the clearing of basics is not something one can achieve in the last moment. It must start at the primary level of your preparations. However, if you are stuck in some question, try to remember the basic concept and work accordingly. Once you understand the basic concept solving the question will be of no difficulty.
Mock Tests and Previous Years’ Question Papers: Solve as many as possible. The previous years’ question papers will help you understand the trends of the questions over the years in the JEE Main exam. The mock tests that you will take online, will help you understand the online pattern of the examination. It is important to build a strategy to attempt a maximum number of questions in minimum time. Solving question papers will help you in this regard.

There is negative marking in JEE Main 2020. 1 mark is deducted for every wrong attempt and thus it becomes more important for the candidates to achieve 100% accuracy while solving the questions in JEE Main exam.

JEE Main 2020 Preparations


Thus, it is now pretty clear that there is no shortcut to success. To achieve good speed and accuracy in the JEE Main 2020 Exam you will be needing daily practice and dedication. Now that you are in the last leg of your JEE preparations, make sure you are solving at least 3 question papers daily and taking 1 online mock test. This is the only way to achieve a pretty decent accuracy and speed in the JEE Main 2020 exam. These 2 factors will definitely lead to the top JEE Main 2020 AIR.

JEE Main 2020 Admit Card / Hall Ticket

The JEE Main 2020 Hall Ticket / Admit Card is now available online from December 17, 2018. Bo candidates will be able to enter the exam centre without the hard copy of the admit card. The admit card must be downloaded and printed in an A4 sheet and carried to the exam centre. The admit card must be carried with a passport sized photo same as the one uploaded on the application form of JEE Main 2020 and also a valid original copy of the Photo ID proof.


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