IIT JAM 2018 examination will be held in February 2018 for the admission of eligible candidates in M.Sc and many other PG courses in Science at NITs, IITs, and IISc Bangalore. The appearing candidates should gear up their preparation for the JAM 2018 examination.
The application forms for JAM 2018 will be available from September 2017 and the candidates can apply only through online mode. There will be 7 papers in the examination and the examination will also be held through online mode.
The experts have discussed the guidelines to help the appearing candidates in their preparation for JAM 2018. The preparation for an examination consists of many factors such as going through the syllabus, required books, setting up a timetable, practices etc. A few useful guidelines are given below
How to Prepare for JAM 2018
1. Syllabus for JAM
It is the very first step to check the syllabus with deep concentration to get an idea about the topics to be studied. Syllabus check is also important because it helps you to separate the topics in various categories such as easy, difficult and to be learned etc. The candidates are also advised to check for the most important topics. In this way, you will be able to complete the entire syllabus within the required time limit.
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2. Required books for JAM
Collecting good books for the best preparation is another important step. Well, graduation books are quite enough for the JAM 2017 preparation but competitive books are the best for good preparation. You can search for good books on the internet as well. You can also download the sample question papers of the previous year to get an idea about the pattern of the question papers.
3. Set up suitable time table
Suitable time table plays an important role in the preparation of JAM 2017. Setting up the time table is not enough, the important thing is to follow that time table with complete dedication. The candidates are advised to set up their time table in such a way that they get minimum one month’s time for revision before the examination.
If you follow the experts, they say 4 to 5 hours study in a day with full concentration is enough rather than spending entire day. The practice sessions should also be included in your time table.
4. Do more and more practices
The more you practice, the more you will be good at studies. You can take the help of sample question papers or previous years’ question paper to practice. These types of practices will help you in understanding the examination pattern and management of time. The candidates will also get to know that where they need to improve.
5. Attempt mock tests
The JAM 2017 has become online from last year. You can practice mock tests for JAM. It will help you to recognize the area where you are lacking behind so that you can practice more on that area to make it strong.
6. Take rest and get relaxed
Only study and no rest increase unwanted stress on you. Hence it is very important you get relaxed in regular intervals during study hours. You can relax with your hobbies such as dancing, singing, gardening, walk, games etc. You can also do meditation to relax your body, mind, and soul.