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JEE Advanced 2020 ; Last minute preparation tips and exam day guidelines

JEE Advanced 2020 ; Last minute preparation tips and exam day guidelines. More than 1.60 lakhs (1,60,831) candidates will appear for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Advanced 2020) tomorrow i.e. on 27 September. This examination will be conducted in two shifts in the morning (9 to 12 noon) and in the afternoon (2: 30-5:30). Candidates appearing in the examination will be required to comply with COVID-19 related restrictions during the examination.

Under this rule, it is mandatory for the candidate to wear a face mask, carry hand sanitizer in transparent bottles. Without this, the candidates will not be allowed to enter inside the centers. Around 97.94 percent of the candidates registered and paid for admission have been allotted examination cities, which come in the top three choices they have made during registration.

Preparation Tips For JEE Advanced 2020

JEE Advanced paper is difficult for a student to solve completely in the stipulated time frame, so candidates should be quick in selecting questions.

It is not appropriate to spend more than 10 minutes on a question.

After the first paper is over, it is advisable not to discuss questions with friends and parents.

Regardless of the way the paper is attempted, students should not panic after the first paper’s response.

Have a good night sleep of 6-7 hours tonight.

Guidelines to follow on exam day :

Candidates should wear their own face mask and carry hand sanitizer in their own transparent bottle.

Students must maintain a distance of at least six feet from each other at all times.

Outside the examination center, queue manager / ropes and floor marks will be arranged.

The candidates have to follow the instructions given by the employees of the test center.

Laboratory / hall / room number will not be displayed outside the examination center, instead, this details will be communicated to the candidates when the bar code is scanned on the admit card.

Before entering the examination center, candidates have to clean their hands.

The candidate has to fill the COVID-19 self declaration form.

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