Students who are repeating or abandoning JEE 2022 have a different strategy and study plan than students who are taking the test for the first time. The main reason behind this is that students who are retaking the exam have already shown themselves in the grueling struggle that is JEE. They have already mastered a portion of the curriculum. To make matters even more complicated, each dropper/repeater has his or her own set of themes and chapters to master. This makes creating and generalizing a preparation strategy for all the droppers and repeaters extremely tough.
So, would you be a repeater or will you take a year off to prepare for the JEEJEE 2022 exam and get your target score? Well, you’re in luck.
Know your strengths
The first thing that you should do is to make a list of your strengths. This will include topics that you have mastered in the previous attempt(s), the type of questions (Single-Correct, Multiple-Correct, Integer type, etc.) you easily get right, and even subjects that you score relatively better at.
Work on your weaknesses
This is the task that you are dropping for, to work on your weaknesses. Make a list of topics you did not score well in your previous attempt, or don’t understand very well. This becomes even more important for the students who scored less than 150 marks in their previous attempt.
Take help of experts
If you relied on self-study for your first attempt, this is the time; you should look for some expert help. Experienced teachers will help you correct your mistakes and give your JEE 2020 preparation a right direction. If you don’t have access to coaching near you, online JEE repeater course can be of great help for you. Live online classes with quick doubt resolution and online practice tests help you get ready for the exam with expert guidance.