JEE MAIN 2019 NEWS
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National Testing Agency (NTA), the newly formed committee to conduct the JEE Main 2019 exam in two sessions, has released the mock tests for the aspirants registered for the Session I. The mock tests are available for both the Paper I (for the B.Tech. courses) and Paper II (for the B.Arch. and B.Plan courses).
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The candidates registered for JEE Main 2019 (January Session) will be able to attempt the mock tests by accessing the official website of NTA - nta.ac.in. For this, enter the credentials created during their registration.
The first session of the JEE Main 2019 will be carried out from January 06 to 20, 2019. The eligible candidates will be able to register through the official website of NTA from September 01 to 30, 2018. Post their successful registration, they will be eligible to access the mock tests issued by NTA.
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Following are the simple steps to take the JEE Main 2019 – Session I mock test:
Step 1: Visit the official website of NTA - nta.ac.in.
Step 2: Click the ‘Mock Test’ link available at the home page. The Mock Test page appears.
Step 3: Select ‘JEE Main’ as the examination and either ‘Paper 1’ or ‘Paper 2’ as paper, whichever is applicable.
Step 4: Click the ‘Start Mock Test’ button.
Step 5: Login using your credentials generated at the time of JEE Main 2019 – Session I registration.
Step 6: The instructions of Mock Test will appear.
Step 7: You must read all the instructions carefully to avoid confusion.
Step 8: Once you read the instructions, click the ‘Start’ link to initiate the mock test.
With around just three months left for the Session I of the examination, all the aspirants must be on their toes and working so hard with complete dedication for qualifying for appearing in the JEE Advanced exam or securing a seat at some reputed institution (like NITs) in India. By this time, many of the aspirants would have covered the entire syllabus of JEE Main.
Along with this, you must have prepared your strong areas of syllabus and enhanced your weak areas for qualifying JEE Main 2019. The last 2-3 months are primarily meant to be reserved for the fast track revision and practicing ample of model papers.
Additionally, the most important task for this time is to attempt JEE Main mock tests available online at the NTA’s official website. This is a major preparation strategy that many students lack in. But they must follow this magical move to build up their confidence for attempting the real JEE Main exam.
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The purpose of the mock tests for the students is to be familiar with the layout or the user interface of the exam. It is likely that candidates who are appearing in the JEE Main exam for the first time in the online mode, or in any computer-based exam for first time, may get confused during the exam.
They may not clearly understand all the options which are available during the exam. Therefore, to eliminate this confusion, you must go through the mock tests available online for understanding the exact user interface and pattern as that of the actual JEE Main exam.
Also, for developing your confidence, understanding the pattern, and sectional distribution of questions, you must attempt the previous papers of the JEE Main exam. Go on to the next section to know about the pattern of the JEE Main 2018 exam.
Candidates will be able to attend the JEE Main 2019 exam either in the English, Hindi or Gujrati language. The exam will have 90 multiple choice questions to be attempted in three hours. Each of the Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects will cover 30 questions.
Starting 2019, the exam will be held only in the online or computer-based mode. Each question will carry 4 marks, and 1 mark will be deducted from the total score of the candidate for each incorrect attempt. There is no negative marking for unattempting any question.
This article must be useful to you if you were seeking information related to the JEE Main mock tests. In case you practice with full dedication, you will definitely crack the exam through the real paper. Wishing you all the great luck!
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