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Gear up for JEE

The JEE (Main) is likely to be more competitive this time. Candidates must prepare well so that they do not succumb to pressure on the D-day.

education Updated: Mar 26, 2014 12:16 IST
HT Education Correspondent
HT Education Correspondent
Hindustan Times

The JEE (Main) is likely to be more competitive this time. Candidates must prepare well so that they do not succumb to pressure on the D-day. Giving some valuable tips to aspirants, RL Trikha, director, FIITJEE, says, “Attempt the easy questions first, followed by logic-based questions. Marks are deducted for every wrong answer,” he adds. “The best way to get a high rank is to attempt at least 25 questions in each section. The important sections in chemistry are organic and physical chemistry, which comprise 70 to 80% of the questions. In mathematics, coordinate geometry and algebra constitute 40 to 50% of the questions and in physics, 35 to 40% questions are from mechanics and electrostatics,” says Aakash Chaudhary, director, Aakash Education Services Ltd.

First Published: Mar 26, 2014 12:15 IST