JEE Main 2020 for the coming session has now been scheduled from July 18 – 23, 2020 as per a statement by MHRD Minister Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal on May 5, 2020. JEE Main Admit card release date shall be announced soon considering the fresh exam dates have been released.
- Official notification regarding JEE Main exam dates and other important events will be released soon on the official website i.e. jeemain.nta.nic.in.
- MHRD announced CBSE exam dates keeping in mind the schedule JEE Main and other competitive exams, the exams will now be conducted from July 1 – 15, 2020 as a consequence of preventing the spread of Coronavirus in the country.
- With the extension of the nation-wide lockdown, JEE Main Form Correction Window had been extended till May 3, 2020. Candidates can also make changes in their exam center preferences.
Suggestions to candidates
What it means to the candidates appearing for JEE Main 2020?
All the candidates appearing for JEE Main 2020 April session need to be well aware with the rescheduling of the exam to July. NTA has also asked the students and parents to keep visiting the official website frequently to be well updated with the rescheduling of the exam.
The candidates and parents need to do the following things until the dates are finalized
- The candidates need to make frequent visits on the official website to be well updated with the schedule of the exam.
- They must be assured and wait till the official dates are made available.
- The exam will be held after the completion of state board exams and central board exams.
- The candidates need not panic and continue with their studies as usual,
- The candidates appearing for both JEE Main and Board exams need to visit official websites of their board exam conducting authority and NTA to get the rescheduled dates and work accordingly.
- The candidates should not panic and utilise this extra time in planning and making the right strategy to clear the exam.
- The candidates those who take coaching should shift to online classes as most of the coaching institutes have started providing online classes
- Prepare short tips and notes that can be easily revised to cover more topics in less time.
It can be a moment of tremendous pressure on the students as the dates are postponed creating havoc in their routing and proper time management is required now to strategically clear the exam.
Also see How to stay motivated during the ongoing Coronavirus crisis.
JEE Main 2020 Important dates
JEE Main 2020 Important Dates
|Events||JEE Main 2020 (April Session)|
|Mode of Examination||Computer-Based Examination|
|Registration Begins||February 7, 2020 |
|Registration Ends||March 12, 2020 |
|Last Date for Application Fee Submission||March 12, 2020|
|Application Form Correction ||Till May 3, 2020|
|Availability of Admit Cards||Post- May 17, 2020|
|Examination Dates||July 18 – 23, 2020|
|Announcement of Results||To be notified later|
Planning Daily Schedule
How can candidates plan their Daily schedule?
The news for postponement of JEE Main was a cloud burst for candidates preparing for the exam and created unrest in their preparation hampering their pace of preparation. Most of the candidates who were preparing for the board exams simultaneously found themselves under pressure to cope up with the situation. Although the delay can be frustrating, it has given extra gap for the preparation to the candidate and they must utilise this time to enhance their preparation. The following guidelines can help them in scoring a better result if they follow it on a daily basis
- Distribute the topics in small chunks and prepare a daily target and finish it the same day.
- Dedicate time for revision in the morning or evening, to sum up, the topics.
- As all major exams are postponed, students have more time in the pocket to assess their performance giving mock tests.
- Take ample of rest and distribute time in the slot of 3 hours synchronised with the actual timing of the exam that will help the brain getting habitual with exam timing.
- Topics in physics and chemistry that overlap like thermodynamics must be covered simultaneously.
- Separate a time slot of 2 hours to watch online classes, 1 hour for Physics, Chemistry and 1-hour Maths.
With the above method, a candidate can easily dedicate 8-10 hours of productive study without getting distressed. A continuous study plan will surely lead to success.
DO's and Don'ts
Do’s and don'ts during this period
- Prepare a well-timed routine.
- Follow the time table religiously.
- Stick to the syllabus Check JEE Main syllabus
- Stay updated with the schedule of the exam
- Focus on health and activity.
- Avoid being lazy, postponing the tasks in hand.
- Avoid spending time on social media, other competitors are working night and days.
- Avoid following the rumours spread about the exam.
- Avoid staying up till late night that can ruin the preparation schedule.
- Avoid too much time on online class, self-study is equally important.
The candidates should continue their preparation as usual and need not panic with delay in the schedules. All the updates will be timely intimated to them and all the students and parents are advised to keep proper care and precautions against the Coronavirus.
All the best