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Saturday, November 25, 2017

Easy to follow tips to score more in JEE Main Mathematics | ExamsWatch - Exam News

"Hello and welcome to today’s blog on numerical tips and suggestions. We didn’t mean it’s going to be about equations and formulas, It’s just your hint at understanding the focal point of today’s blog" inform

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Mainly because, we are going to share few essential tips to enhance your numerical skills for the upcoming JEE Main examination, Mathematics being the limelight of the hour.

JEE Main 2018 is indeed an important examination for all determined engineers and architects, in the making. Qualifying this exam opens the gateway of many prestigious Engineering and Architectural programs in various NITs, Centrally Funded Technical Institutions and other engineering institutions. 

And for those hopeful of gaining admissions into IITs & ISM, JEE Advanced is the second examination to qualify after JEE Main.

Now, the exam pattern for JEE Main 2018 is quite simple and easy to understand. And this is where you should pay attention if you want to excel and score your best in this exam. Excelling in the Mathematics section can prove to be advantageous for you.

Why Mathematics section?  Because this is one section where you either score full marks for a correct answer or just loose it all. At the end of every Mathematical equation or formulae, there will be a definite answer. You don’t have to sit and write explanations or descriptive answers in here. And that is your edge. Even in case of applying to real-life situations, if you know the basic fundamentals of any math problem, then the correct answer is just moments away. And with strategical preparation, you can be sure of getting the right answer- and voila 4 marks for that!

It is important to know that JEE Main 2018 is held for two papers. Paper 1 will be for B.E./ B.Tech., and Paper 2 for B. Arch./ B. Planning. And if you are looking for admissions in either of the streams mentioned above, then both papers can be attempted. And an interesting detail about this exam is that Mathematics is a common subject in both the papers. So, that’s one less subject if you are taking both the exams and also improving your chances at excelling as well.

The other subjects are Physics, Chemistry in Paper 1 and Aptitude and Drawing Test in Paper 2. Paper 1 is of 360 marks and 30 questions is reserved for Mathematics which are of 4 marks each. Now they are basically objective type questions. There will be deduction of 1 and ¼  mark for every incorrect answer in Paper 1 and Paper 2.

Tips to Score More in JEE Main Mathematics
Mathematics is usually the kind of subject, requiring maximum practice because of its applications and uses. So more the practice, more will be your satisfaction. And now, we have a few good tips that will facilitate you for getting better scores in JEE Main Mathematics...

...Follow these strategies and you are good to go for JEE Main 2018!

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