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JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) is one of the toughest exams in India. And only the top most intelligent students aspire for this hard to crack engineering entrance exam. So when you are planning to write JEE (Joint Entrance Examination), you better gear up in the right direction. Here are 5 things you must not do while preparing for the JEE exam:

  • Too many reference books – This is by far one of the most common mistakes JEE aspirants do. As JEE is considered to be very tough, students end up buying different books to study. This creates a lot of confusion among students in terms of understanding the concepts and applying them to solve problems. Buying too many reference books also waste a lot of time and doesn’t help progress in the right direction while preparing for the exam.

IIT-JEE Exam Pits

  • Studying what you find easy – Now some students are very good at solving math problems and some at solving chemical equations. But sticking to one subject or topics won’t help you as you need to be good in all subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.


  • Not taking tests – Even if you are studying 12 hours a day, your preparation is not complete if you are not taking online mock tests regularly. Solving sample questions or online mock tests will teach you how to manage your time in exam from the initial period of your preparation.


  • Not clearing doubts – All doubts you have regarding any of the three subjects – Math, Physics and Chemistry, you need to clear them on a regular basis. When you don’t clear concepts in time, you tend to stay unclear about learning new related concepts. So take help of JEE coaching trainer or institute or expert and get answers to all your JEE queries. Better if you clear your doubts when you are attending JEE classes.


  • Solving limited previous question papers – When you are gearing up for JEE test. You need to solve previous question papers, as it will give you better idea on what type of questions are asked, what topics are more critical and how many marks are allotted for each of the sections and questions. Solving previous years’ JEE question papers can only help you score better in JEE Main and Advanced.