5 last-minute preparation tips to ace JEE Advanced 2022 - CBSE INFO

Friday 19 August 2022

5 last-minute preparation tips to ace JEE Advanced 2022


The Joint Entrance Examination, JEE Advanced 2022 is scheduled for August 28th 2022. The paper will be divided into three sections: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The examination will consist of objective questions with either single or multiple correct answers, comprehension problems, matrix match and integer type questions.

Despite the JEE Advanced 2022 being one of the toughest entrance exams to complete, students will be able to succeed if they prepare persistently.

Here are a few tips to keep in mind while preparing for the exam:


As the exam will be spanned for 3 hours, hence aspirants must ensure that they align their practice for each subject accordingly, so they do not run short on time for any section in the examination.

For this, it is suggested that aspirants should practice subjects by a quarter rule, starting with 45 minutes per subject in the first round. By doing so, they maximize their overall score and will also increase their chances of cracking individual subject cutoffs.


Mock tests and PYQs are trial versions for any competitive exam. They help aspirants track their strengths and weaknesses. It is recommended that aspirants prepare for JEE Advance by taking as many mock tests as possible in order to get familiar with the paper pattern over the last few years.

Additionally, make sure you revise Organic and Inorganic Chemistry in cycles, as these portions require more revision at the end. Just to be adequately prepared for the examination, it's advisable to practice mock tests and PYQs under exam-like

To improve your performance in the exam, make sure the timing coincides with either the morning or evening shift at home with an examination center-like environment so you can analyse your learning for the exam.


Aspirants often feel overwhelmed and stressed during exams. It is important to avoid overthinking and negative thoughts by including light activities in your day to divert yourself whenever you overthink.


Practice and study are important, but maintaining good health is also equally important. Aspirants should make sure that they include a healthy diet plan in their lifestyle and a minimum of six to eight hours of sleep as it leads to better focus and performance.


While the examination is conducted in two slots, it's important for candidates to make sure they sync their sleep cycle with the exam timings with adequate sleep. The aspirants should make a habit of waking up early during the preparation phase, especially in the last month, so that they will be active and at their best during the examination.

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