IIT-JEE stands for Joint Entrance Exam and it is a national entrance exam held for candidates seeking to pursue an engineering course from various colleges across the country. IIT stands for Indian Institute of Technology and these are the most prestigious colleges to study engineering in India.Joint Entrance Examination – Main (JEE-Main), formerly All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE), is an Indian standardised computer-based test for admission to various technical undergraduate programs in engineering, architecture, and planning across colleges in India. The exam is held for candidates who are aspiring to pursue a career in the field of engineering and technical studies. Besides, the JEE exam is the gateway to some of the various prestigious engineering colleges (both government and private) in India. IITians have established a very solid base in business & academics worldwide. Your years in college will help you learn the importance of networking and entrepreneurship. These life skills help students become aware of the latest technologies and become self-sufficient to create their own firms at a very young age.
RANKER'S is a 3 months course preparation for JEE Main Exam pattern has 3 sections: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Each of these sections is equally contributing 30 questions making a total of 90 questions. While there have been some changes in the examination pattern too with the introduction of numerical questions, but, the time allotted to complete the entire test is still 180 minutes. For every right answer, you are awarded 4 marks and -1 mark for an incorrect attempt. Here is a catch, if you look closely, scoring in JEE Mains boils down to attempting the maximum number of questions in every section with an effective strike rate. JEE Main examination is one of the most prestigious and challenging exams in India. It has cut-throat competition and requires a rigorous level of concentrated and continuous preparation. Anyone who wants to ace the examination must put a tremendous level of effort into studying for long hours. It is generally said that one must study daily for 10 to 12 hours. Precisely, it should be 10-12 productive hours. There is no point in stretching yourself at the cost of sleep. It is a qualitative study that creates all the difference. Never compromise your health.
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