What to do after JEE Main result: JEE Main 2016 score will be declared by CBSE by the end of April 2016. Top 2,00,000 students from all categories, will qualify for JEE Advanced 2016 which will be conducted on 22 May 2016, across the country. Remaining students should get ready for JOSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) counselling procedure for admission to NIT(s)/IIIT(s)/CFTI/SFTI and others institutes.
Engistan will guide you what to do after JEE Main result (2016). After JEE Main 2016 result declaration two questions arises:
What if you qualified JEE main 2016? And
What if you did not qualified for JEE Main 2016?.
Below are the detailed strategies and next action plan for JEE Main 2016 qualified students and non qualified students.
For those who qualified JEE Main 2016:
- Start preparing for JEE Advanced 2016: If you are among 2 lakh students who qualified for JEE Main 2016, start preparing for JEE Advanced for admission to IIT(s), ISM Dhanbad, IISER(s), IIST Kerala.
Online application for JEE advanced 2016 will start from 29 April 2016. Last date to apply is 4 May 2016.
- Tips to crack JEE Advanced 2016:
- Focus on accuracy: candidate should have speed with accuracy since the exam will be lengthy and twisted. Accuracy is required so as to avoid negative marking.
- Build concept rather than try to learn everything: It is very important for JEE Advanced preparation that whatever concepts you study should be strong, otherwise you will face problems while solving questions as all the questions asked in JEE are application based. Try to avoid learn everything and focus more on building concepts. More importantly, the stronger your concepts, the more you will enjoy studying the latter topics.
- Make notes of important things: Make meaningful notes. Write down important formulae, tips, tricks and techniques in a separate notebook. These will be of great help before the exam when you are hard-pressed for time.
- Solve sample papers in exam like conditions: Always mark your time with a clock while solving the JEE ADVANCED papers. In Maths, use short methods for calculations and skip irrelevant steps to save time.
- Remember hard work should always be in right direction: When you work blindly without knowing anything you may fail to get a proper result. Once you complete a subject, test yourself. Go for sample test papers or solve sample questions from the book. You can also go for JEE Main online test series or mock tests.
- Devote less time to social media.
For those who did not qualified JEE Main 2016:
- Prepare yourself for counselling: Don’t get disappointed if you are not able to qualify for JEE advanced still you can get admission in a good engineering college. Start preparing for centralized counselling for admission to NIT(s) )/IIIT(s)/CFTI/SFTI and others institutes.
For JEE Main 2016 counselling (JOSAA) will start from second week of July 2016.
- Prepare a list of colleges: Priority wise and branch wise, prepare a colleges list where you want and may get admission through JOSAA. Explore about each college and scope of branch of your interest while preparing this list. While preparing the list you may include factors like fees structure, food, facilities, location, infrastructure etc.
- Prepare for state level engineering entrance exam: Even if you don’t get admission through centralized counselling you can still get admission in reputed state level engineering colleges as many of them conduct their own entrance test for admission to engineering courses. There are some universities which admit students on the basis of other national or state level entrance exam.
- Think of giving JEE Main next year: A candidate can avail three attempts for JEE Main exam. So if this is your first(or second time) attempt think of giving JEE Main next year. One more year of hard work plus your previous experience may be fruitful to you. Before start preparing analyze your this year score. Find the reason for your low performance.
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