NTA: Registration for JEE Main 2020 Mock Test Begins!

National Testing Agency has commenced the registration process for the offline mock test for JEE Main 2020. All the interested candidates can avail the opportunity by booking their slots at different test centers, for the mock tests starting from August 10 to December 29, 2019. NTA had established more than 3400 TPCs for JEE Main across India in the previous year.

NTA has also started online JEE Main mock test 2020 for both paper 1 and paper 2, which can be conducted in three languages including Hindi, English and Gujarati. There are 18 mock tests available for JEE Main Paper 1 and one for Paper 2.

The mock test will help the JEE aspirants to test their capability to take the JEE Main exam. Furthermore, it will help in being familiar with the pattern and syllabus distribution. It will also improve their time management and accuracy.

Steps for Registration

  1. Visit the official website of NTA and click on “Student Registration (For Mock Test)”.
  2. Login via Gmail or Facebook
  3. For Gmail login, enter your username and password
  4. Fill out all the personal information required
  5. Select 5 centers in the order of preference
  6. Select the schedule of the session
  7. A confirmation message will be delivered to the registered mobile number.

Important Websites

https://nta.ac.in/Home

https://ntatpcsr.in/login/

Everything You Need to Know About NEET 2020

 

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a national level entrance test for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in Indian universities and colleges. The exam, which was conducted by CBSE until 2018, is now conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). NEET is a single examination being conducted to fill over 66,000 MBBS and BDS seats across the country.

Following is everything you need to know about NEET 2020:

Important Dates:

Proceedings

Tentative Dates

Online Registration/Filling Application Form First week of November 2019
Issuance of Admit Card April 2020
NEET 2020 Exam First week of May
Result Announcement First week of June
Mode of the examination:

The mode and frequency of the examination to be held in 2020 are still unclear. However, NEET 2020 maybe conducted twice a year, and in online mode. All aspirants will soon be updated about the changes by National Testing Agency (NTA).

Eligibility for NEET 2020:
  • Age limit: Upper age for candidates from General category is 25 years and for candidates from OBC/SC/ST categories is 30 years.
  • Educational Qualification: A candidate must have studied Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English as compulsory subjects in class XII.
  • Minimum marks required: (For UR – 50%), (For OBC/SC/ST – 40%), and (For PWD – 45%)
Languages you can take NEET 2020 in:

English, Hindi, Urdu, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Oriya, Tamil, and Telugu.

Steps to fill application form:
  • First Step – Register
  • Second Step  – Fill the application form
  • Third Step  – Upload photo and signature
  • Fourth Step  – Pay online fee
Documents required at the time of online registration:
  • X mark-sheet
  • XII mark-sheet
  • Identification proof
  • Scanned photograph
  • Scanned signature

Significance of Taking Mock Tests to Boost your JEE Score

With a constant increase in the number of students taking the JEE exam every year, the competition is on a rise. Thus, all aspirants put in all their hard work into the preparation of the examination. Practicing a well-made strategy is essential to clear the JEE examination.

Time-management, taking JEE Coaching, reading  study material,  taking mock tests are some of the tricks to ensure a good JEE score.

Here are some advantages of taking mock tests to boost your preparation for JEE:

  • Get familiarized with taking Computer Based Examination – Taking mock tests will allow you to experience the real environment of the examination. It will also help you understand how to attempt a CBT. Practicing mock tests will allow you to overcome the pressure on the day of the actual examination.
  • Time-management – Practicing mock tests will help you assess the time taken to complete the paper. It will also enable you to improve your speed as well as accuracy of attempting all the questions. Solving mock tests within the limited time will also make you understand how much time is to be spent on particular questions.
  • Put your practice to test – You can be your best critic. Thus, taking mock tests will allow you to come face to face with your strengths and weaknesses. It will ensure that you get the time to understand and work on your weak areas for the final examination.
  • Understand the weightage – Attempting mock tests will help you understand the weightage that each topic carries from the examination perspective. It will help you build a strategy as to which section should be prioritized during the exam.

Thus, practicing mock tests will help you overcome nervousness and understand the exam pattern. It will also help you know your strengths and weaknesses and form a strategy to take the exam. So, while preparation you must undertake as many mock examinations as possible to give your best shot at the JEE examination.

Importance of making a Study Plan for JEE 2020 by – Manmohan Gupta

Weekly series for JEE 2020, will tell students on how to score high and get a great rank in JEE Main & JEE Advanced 2020. This series will have a new episode every week by Veterans of VMC, like Manmohan bhaiya (Founder), Bade bhaiya (Founder), Narender bhaiya (HOD-Chemistry), Shobhit bhaiya (HOD-Physics), Saurabh sir (Director-Academics) and other leaders in the JEE Test prep industry.

In this video, Manmohan Sir will be talking about the importance of making a proper Study Plan for the next 3 months. Also, he talks about making a time table and locking the numbers of hours and giving maximum time in coming three months June-August.

10 lesser known facts about IIT JEE

JEE is an All India Level examination for admission to prestigious institutes like IITs, NITs, IIITs, and CFTIs. JEE, considered to be one of the toughest exams consists of JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Every year, lakhs of engineering aspirants sit for JEE to get into the best institutes for engineering.

Some lesser known facts about IIT JEE:

  1. The first IIT, IIT Kharagpur launched in 1951, but the examination for entrance started in 1955.
  2. 1961 benchmarks the beginning of the IIT-JEE examination.
  3. The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) as we now know it was earlier known as Common Entrance Examination (CEE).
  4. India’s first woman metallurgist graduated from IIT Bombay in 1981.
  5. In 1998, JEE terminated the English paper as a part of the entrance examination.
  6. Till 2005, JEE was an amalgamation of subjective and objective questions. From 2006 onward, JEE became an “objective-type test”.
  7. As per the decision taken by MHRD in 2017, over 800 supernumerary seats have been allotted for female candidates in 23 IITs, and the decision is an attempt to increase female enrollment in IITs from 8 to 20 percent by 2020.
  8. As per the new guidelines, JEE Main exam would be conducted twice a year. Though, it is upon the aspirants whether they want to take both the attempts or not.
  9. As per the “Eligibility for appearing in JEE (Main) – 2019” clause, a candidate gets to take JEE Main for three consecutive years.
  10. NTA has established Test Practice Centers (TPCs) to help candidates become familiarized with taking Computer Based Tests (CBTs). TPCs will provide free mock-tests to JEE Main and JEE Advanced candidates who can register themselves on the NTA website or the NTA app.