How to strike balance between JEE Main and Board exams 2020?
Striking Balance Between JEE Main and Board Exams 2020
Board exams are starting one month after JEE Main - January 2020 exam. As a JEE aspirant, your first priority should be to focus on JEE Main last stage preparation that includes revision and online mock tests. After the JEE Main, you can solve sample papers of your board exams subjects.
Board exams basically test your knowledge while JEE Main questions test application of knowledge. Acquiring knowledge with clear concepts will take care of you Boards. JEE Main requires more practice, speed, accuracy and time management skills using various results and tricks.
You have to be flexible between solving questions for board exams and JEE Main. Board exams have step-wise marking scheme, you need to write in points, flowcharts and diagrams are part of the answers. While in JEE Main, you just want the answer in shortest possible time with rough calculations.
Understanding concepts from JEE syllabus and solving problems will make it easier for you to solve board exams level problems. Writing subjective answers in boards is not difficult if your concepts are clear.
If you put your best effort, you can score great marks in JEE Main and Board exams.