JEE Advanced 2018 is just around the corner and the stress levels of all you engineering aspirants are likely to be on an all time high. However, the key is to stay calm and do whatever best you can in the few days left for the exam. Here are few last minute tips for JEE Advanced 2018:
- Time to Shut Your Books
With hardly 3 weeks left for JEE Advanced, we are assuming you have covered the entire syllabus and are now revising your chapters. We strongly recommend you not to juggle between different guidebooks and study materials at this crucial time. It is time to shut all your books and stick to your hand-written notes for the exam preparation. This will save a lot of time and shun unnecessary hassle.
Video-based learning is slowly establishing its foothold in the education industry. Video lectures offer numerous benefits and are thus quite in demand particularly for the preparation of competitive examinations such as JEE and NEET. However, there is also a section of students and parents who are sceptic about opting for this new way of learning. If you too belong to this category then read on to learn about the various benefits of video based learning and decide for yourself:
- Take Lectures Anytime
JEE Advance 2018 is just about a month away. This is a very crucial time for all you aspiring engineers. You must make the most of your time to prepare efficiently for this tough entrance exam. While you prepare for JEE Advance 2018, here are some common mistakes to avoid during JEE Advance 2018 preparation:
- Sticking to Single Technique of Learning
A lot has been written on how to strategies NEET 2018 preparation to fetch good marks. However, not much has been shared about the mistakes students make during the preparation process that keeps them from cracking the exam. Here are few common mistakes to avoid during NEET 2018 preparation:
- Counting the Number of Study Hours
Many students focus on the number of hours they are studying during a day instead of focusing on the amount of syllabus they are covering each day. They feel that studying for 8-10 hours a day means investing good time to their studies. Instead they must focus on the chapters they have learnt during that time. Rather than preparing a time table that focuses on the number of study hours they must focus on how many topics to cover in a particular day.
The much awaited NEET Admit Card 2018 has finally been released after a lot of speculation about its release date. The NEET Admit Card 2018 has been released on the 17th of April. The same can be downloaded via online mode. Read on to know more about NEET Admit Card 2018.
Steps to Download NEET Admit Card 2018
Here is a look at the procedure to download NEET Admit Card 2018:
JEE Main 2018 result is yet to be out however we are sure all you IIT aspirants must have already begun with JEE Advanced 2018 preparation. You must have already covered the entire syllabus at your coaching classes and now is the time to revise it all and identify where you lack in order to be thorough with the entire course. Here are few tips to help you with JEE Advanced 2018 preparation in these last few weeks:
- Know the Syllabus
It is important to understand the NEET 2018 question paper pattern properly in order to prepare thoroughly for the exam and crack it like a pro. Candidates who have a clear idea about the examination pattern beforehand have an edge over those who are clueless about the same. So, if you haven’t yet checked what NEET 2018 question paper pattern would be like then read on to find out about it.
NEET 2018 Question Paper Pattern
Here is a detailed look at the NEET 2018 paper pattern:
- NEET 2018 paper shall be conducted in offline mode that is pen and paper based.
Etoosindia has started a revolution with its online coaching for NEET and JEE. Online coaching platform has not only proved to be a boon for medical and engineering aspirants located in regions devoid of good IIT and NEET coaching institutes but has been equally fruitful for those living in other parts of the country. This is because the number of benefits it offers over the conventional coaching are immense. At Etoosindia, the coaching and preparation for these tough entrance examinations doesn’t end here. The institute has more in store for its students. It has now begun to use the social media platforms as a means to reach the students and help them amp their preparation for these exams. Here is how the institute is making the most of the power of the social media platforms to help the students:
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test NEET 2018 Admit Card release is expected soon. There are speculations that the admit card shall be released this week itself. Like each year, lace of students have filled the application for this medical entrance exam and are eagerly waiting for their admit card which is their ticket to the examination hall.
Brief about NEET Admit Card
Candidates are required to show their NEET 2018 Admit Card in order to get the right to admission to the examination hall. The examiner or other people in the authority may ask the students to show their admit card at any point in time during the examination. Admit card is a proof of authentication of the candidate’s identity and is thus an essential document.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2018 is just around the corner. It is time to give your 100% to the preparation of this tough entrance exam to secure a seat in top medical institute. These last few weeks must completely be devoted to revision of the NEET syllabus. Now, revision doesn’t just mean going through the entire syllabus again, a thorough revision process involves much more. Here are few final revision tips to help you achieve high score in NEET 2018:
- Identify the Right Time for Revision