JEE Mains 2021: Tips to avoid negative marking in the exam
As we all know, recently the NTA (National Testing Agency) has been released the JEE Mains 2021 exam dates for the third as well as fourth session. The exam dates were postponed due to COVID- 19-second wave. Now, the JEE Mains 2021 exam for Phase third will be held on 20, 22, 25, and 27 July 2021, and for Phase 4 the exam will be held on 26, 27, 31 August, and 1 & 2 September 2021.
Applicants who are going to appear in the third and fourth session and want to avoid getting negative marking in the exam then read the given below key points:
Tips to avoid negative marking in JEE Mains Exam 2021
Here are some key points are given below for the students who want to avoid negative marks in the third and fourth phase of JEE Mains exam 2021:
1. Read the Question Paper Carefully
Applicants should read the JEE Mains question paper carefully before writing the answer. This trick will reduce the chances of missing the point of the question.
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2. Better time Management Skills
For better time management, applicants can take mock tests available on the internet. A mock test will help you to know the strategy of attempting the question paper in the given period.
3. The smart way to write answer
If you are solving the JEE Mains 2021 question paper then you should use smart guesswork instead of following your intuition. This will help you to get the correct option by following the process of eliminating the wrong options.
4. Don’t focus on the total number of attempted questions
Most of the students focus on their total number of attempted questions them and because of this they need to answer questions and even they are not sure of their given answer. It is advisable that try to give an answer only for those questions and not need to focus on a total number of attempts.
5. Don’t be in a hurry
Try to solve each question correctly and then write an answer, most of the students can cause panic because they tend to make silly mistakes. So it is advisable, students should keep themselves calm to avoid unnecessary mistakes.
6. Follow the easy, medium, and tough strategy
During solving the question paper, the students should solve the questions in order to easy, medium and difficult.
7. Don’t waste your time
Many students waste their time to look other students and go again and again washroom or drinking water. Don’t do these types of activities because this may waste your time.