JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) preparation requires complete devotion and time management to score the marks you are hoping for. 

With so many distractions out there, concentration can be a bit difficult. But with correct time management techniques, you can enjoy both your free time and also prepare to score the best.

imagine, you have your JEE exam in 10 days, you must be on your nerves already, right? Probably not eating right, running around in chaos, and wreaking havoc in the house or hostel? Well, we get you. JEE preparation is no cakewalk. But with a few techniques, it could become a cupcake walk, easier and smaller to savor. A few changes in lifestyle and habits and no need to create a cyclone at home. Make studying easy with a few techniques from us:

 A few techniques for effective time management:

  • Create a study schedule: 

We often create study schedules but fail to follow them. But this time, let us power through! Create a timetable that explains in detail which subject you study at what time and which topic is to be covered that day. This makes it easier for you as you don’t have to waste your time by wondering which topic to study.

  • Use the Pomodoro technique:

The best way to get going is to use the Pomodoro technique. You can customize the time according to your requirement but the best one that has been proven to work is to study for 25 minutes and take a break for 5 minutes. Once you complete 4 pomodoros, take a longer break of 15-20 minutes.

  • Set smaller and achievable goals:

We often set unrealistic goals for ourselves and feel let down when they aren’t completed. Instead, if we set achievable goals, we can easily feel accomplished and satisfied. This motivates us to work more and get going with the preparation.

  • Active learning:

Instead of going through the subject as though reading a novel, how about we practice problems and read as though we are teaching it to someone else?

This is called active learning and will help you easily understand the concepts and save your precious time.

  • 2-minute rule for your efficiency:

If there is a goal that can be completed in or under 2 minutes, then do not procrastinate. Get it done and keep it aside. This helps by not letting your tasks pile up.

  • Eliminate distractions: 

No mobile phones and laptops during study hours. This gives a sense of accomplishment at the end of the day! Imagine using your phone at the end of a productive day, oh, what an accomplishment!

  • Review regularly:

Keep revising topics and review your progress regularly to ensure long-term retention.

  • Break down complex topics:

Take your time with complex topics by breaking them down into smaller parts and then completing them one by one. This saves you time as you don’t get stuck with one huge topic.

  • Take regular breaks:

Do not burn yourself out by studying for hours at a stretch. This will probably make it even more difficult to retain information and study later as well. Rather, take regular breaks to increase your retention power thus saving you time.

  • A positive mindset:

While all these techniques are great, they will work only when you keep a positive mindset and work. For results to show, you need to first believe in yourself. Time management techniques only work when you have a positive attitude towards the work and respect your time by not whiling it away! 

And with that, we complete the list of techniques to pass your JEE with flying colors from the best institute for JEE preparation. Powe through the problems and hang in there!