All the candidates who are preparing for JEE Main are advised to solve the JEE Main Previous Year Question Papers in order to assess their exam preparation as well as to keep their exam preparation up to the requisite level. These previous year papers will have question papers from all the earlier exams and will thus represent the actual level and type of questions asked in final exam. JEE Main Previous Year Papers will thus be the best reference to see which type of questions are asked in exam and how much students have to practice to qualify the exam.
Candidates should solve the Previous Year Test Papers of JEE Main on daily or weekly basis as per the number and type of topics prepared by them. Solving questions from them will help candidates to see whether they are able to solve questions based on the concepts learnt by them or not. Also, the JEE Main Previous Year Question Papers will represent the exact level of final exam and thus will be the best revision source for all the exam aspirants.
Candidates should first read the topics thoroughly, then solve basic conceptual problems related to them, solve problems from any reputed question bank and then solve the questions from JEE Main Previous Year Question Papers on that topic to see whether they are able to solve the problems of exam level or they require further brush up or not. Also, depending on their preparation level and type of resources available to them students can either solve the previous year papers in offline or online mode.
In earlier preparation stages, candidates don’t aspire for speed enhancement and need to solve questions from selected portions as per their preparation and hence, Offline JEE Main Previous Year Question Papers are the best at that stage. After the candidates have completed the syllabus once they can solve these papers in online mode. The online JEE Main Previous Year Test Papers will also have automated timers to help students manage their time while solving exam questions.
Candidates can see the Previous Year Papers / Question Papers at the following links:
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