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JEST 2022: Exam Preparation, Best Books, Exam Pattern

Updated On - January 18 2022 by Vikash Jha

JEST Exam Preparation methods are suggested by some of the academicains and toppers of JEST 2022. The Joint Entrance Screening Test (JEST) is administered once a year, and JEST scores are accepted by a number of prestigious institutions. Approximately 25,000 students apply for admission to JEST each year, however only a small percentage are accepted into the PhD and integrated PhD programmes provided by JEST. In order to pass with flying colours, one must prepare properly and put in dedication and determination. The JEST will be administered in an offline format (pen and paper), and students must be at the designated exam centre on time to take the admission exam.

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JEST 2022 Exam Preparation Tips

Candidates should follow the methods outlined below in order to prepare for the JEST exam:

  • Learn about the JEST Exam Pattern and Scoring System

The first step is to learn about the JEST exam format and scoring system. What is the exam method, format, medium, and duration, how will the entrance exam be administered, and what is the JEST marking scheme? These are crucial elements to understand about JEST so that you may plan ahead of time and have a clear idea of what to expect on the JEST 2021 exam. Is there going to be any negative marking? Will the questions be open-ended or in the form of multiple choice questions (MCQs)? It is critical to be aware of such things.

  • Understand the JEST Course Syllabus

After learning the JEST exam format and marking scheme, the candidate should learn the specified syllabus for the course they are applying for. What topics should you study and what areas might be covered in the admission exam? From Mathematical Methods to Quantum Mechanics, one must know exactly what to study in order to remain focused. Get the syllabus as soon as possible so that you can begin your preparation and studies.

  • Preparation Books and Guides are available for purchase

Aside from the curriculum, a prep book should be obtained in order to comprehend the syllabus and gain a better grasp of the course. Preparation books can assist in understanding the material from a new perspective. Sample papers are also included in prep books, which can be solved at any moment.

  • Solve Mock Tests, Sample Papers, and Question Papers from Previous Years

Solving multiple sample papers and mock examinations is one technique to prepare. The more you test yourself, the more focused and concentrated you will be, as well as a greater understanding of the kind of questions that may appear on the admission exam. Solve previous year's question papers to get a sense of the exam pattern, marking scheme, and format. You'll learn about the sections that will be covered in the entrance exam, the types of questions that will be asked, and which sections will carry the most weight in terms of marks.

  • Create a schedule

Begin studying as soon as the exam date is announced. Make a schedule for yourself on an hourly, daily, and weekly basis. Make a schedule for how much of the material you can cover, as well as how much time you have to revise and answer questions. A timetable will assist you in sticking to your plan and achieving your goal.

 

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