How To Qualify the JSSC JE Exam In 3 Months’ Time?

The JSSC JE recruitment exam is held for the selection of qualified and worthy candidates for the junior engineer position in various technical departments of the Jharkhand government. Engineers from branches such as mechanical, civil, and electrical can apply for the post. Preparing for a difficult exam in such a short time may seem impossible, but with BYJU’S high quality and well researched prep materials, you can get reader for the JSSC JE exam in even as short a time as three months! Read on to learn more. 

JSSC JE Syllabus 

The syllabus for the JSSC JE exam will have two papers. The first paper shall have General Engineering and GK questions. On the other hand, the 2nd paper shall be based on the candidates choice of engineering subjects. We have explained to you the JSSC JE syllabus below for an effective preparation for the examination. 

Syllabus for Main Exam:

  • General Engineering: Fundamentals of Physics, Basic Concepts of Engineering, and other degree-based subjects. 
  • Elective Subjects: Based on the engineering specialization.

 JSSC JE Exam Pattern

  • There are a total of 120 questions.
  • Each question carries 3 marks.
  • There is a negative marking of 1 mark for every wrong answer.
  • The questions will be asked in both languages such as English and Hindi.
Paper 1General Engineering802 hours
General Knowledge40
Paper 2Elect/Civil/Mech Engineering1202 hours

To prepare for JSSC JE in three months you must have a proper strategy.

Time Management Tips for Exam:

Time management is a key to excel in every competitive exam. Students should master this skill before appearing for exam.

A) Before exams-

1. Set your priorities- Prioritize your “to-do” list the night before or first thing in the morning. This will keep your mind focused on the most important task first.

2. Make a study schedule- It is important to plan well and be organized much before the examination starts. Developing a study schedule for all tests ensures that adequate time is given for learning each lesson and subject. Check how many days are available and chalk out the plan accordingly. Make a study timetable and mark the hours needed for each lesson.

3. Practice writing- If you don’t do practice papers before an exam, you might be surprised at how difficult it is to write quickly and legibly. A lot of practice is necessary to make sure that one can write quickly Choose the writing instruments carefully and practice writing fast in them.

4. Use a timer- Use a timer to keep you on time with each task. If you know you can read 20 pages of a book in an hour, allow yourself one hour to do it, otherwise you may find yourself still staring at the book two hours later because you were distracted.

5. Get a study guide- Every current study guide will have practice tests, study materials, and approaches for taking the exam. Typically these guides offer simulated exams as well so that you can simulate the examination and your performance.

B) During exam-

Time in the exam hall is one of the key factors in how well you score. Besides proper preparation and study for the exam, it is important to manage time in the exam.

1. Read every question carefully- When you receive the paper, skim through every question before you even pick up your pen. Skimming the paper allows you to find important information that might be tucked away in the exam, as well as figure out which questions you want to answer if you’re given a choice

2. Answer the easy questions first- A sound time-management strategy during exams is to answer the easy questions first. The idea is that you will quickly work through these questions, probably quicker than you had budgeted for, allowing you extra time to work on the more difficult sections. If there are questions with calculation needing extra time leave them for present and answer in the next run.

3. Focus on a question’s worth- After you’ve answered the easy questions; focus your time on the questions that are worth the most points.

4. Use a watch- Make sure that you wear a watch so that you can stick to your time budget. You won’t be able to bring a cell phone to the test with you, and there may not be a clock on the wall, so you’ll need to remember your timepiece.

5. Calculate your time per question- Dedicate one or two minutes at the beginning of the exam to find out which questions deserve more time and which ones can be finished quickly. Then time accordingly and proceed to answer the easy ones first, so that you manage to finish a lot in little time. Then approach the questions that will take more time to write.

Proper Strategy:

  • Start with clearing your doubts in each section and focus on weak sections more.
  • After clearing the concepts, solve as many questions as you can along with previous year question papers.
  • Keep revising your short notes to remember important formulas and rules.
  • Keep practising mock tests and previous year’s questions. It will make you aware of the type of questions asked in the exam.

BYJU’S Exam Prep helps you to prepare for the JSSC JE exam. BYJU’S Exam Prep also helps with the technical knowledge of the subject since it is a very important part of preparation. It helps with English, reasoning, quantitative, general awareness, computer, and technical sections as well. General knowledge is also very vast. To prepare this section it is recommended to read the Newspaper daily and monthly magazines. Reading English newspapers will also help improve your vocabulary and reading comprehension.

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