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Last 2 Week Strategy For UP B.Ed JEE 2021 Exam

UP B.Ed JEE 2021: UP B.Ed JEE Exam will be going to be held on 30 July 2021 by Lucknow University, Lucknow. As the exam is nearby, all the candidates has been preparing for the exam continuously. With better preparation and planned strategy candidate can get a good score in UP B.Ed JEE Exam. The examination will be held for various streams such as humanities (History, Civics, Languages, etc.), and Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, etc.). Candidate can download their admit card from the official website. Here we are going to discuss the last Minute strategy to get success in UP B.Ed JEE Exam.

UP B.Ed JEE 2021 Exam Pattern

The exam is conducted in an offline mode in two shifts, one in the morning and the second one in the evening.

  • Total Marks: 200 for each paper
  • Exam Type – MCQ
  • Exam Mode – Offline
  • Exam Time – 3 hr for each paper
  • Each Question carry 2 marks
  • Negative Marking:1/3 marks
  • The Paper will be in 2 Parts.
  • Part-1 is compulsory for all
  • Part-2 is based on Language i.e Hindi or English and special category i.e. Science/Arts/Commerce/Agriculture

UP B.Ed JEE Syllabus 2021

Part 1
Section Subject No. of Questions Marks Total Marks Total Time
A General Knowledge 50 100 200 3 Hrs
B Language i.e. Hindi/English 50 100
Part 2 For Subject Category
Section Subject No. of Questions Marks Total Marks Total Time
A General Aptitude Test 50 100 200 3 Hrs
B Science/Arts/Commerce/ Agriculture 50 100

UP B.Ed JEE 2021 Last-Minute Tips

All the candidates should follow these steps to get better results in UP B.Ed JEE Exam

  • Plan a Strategy –  Plan a strategy according to your weak portion of every section. Only pen downing the strategy won’t work unless you follow it with continuity. To score higher in English sections is only possible when you practice on a continuous basis without letting away the problems.
  • Avoid Studying New Topics at the last minute-  Do not start studying new topics at the last minute few days before the examination. It will consume a lot of precious time and you might end up panicking and getting nervous. The last few days must be allotted completely to revision.
  • Daily read Newspaper –  Begin your morning with the newspaper and put it into your habit so as to be stronger in topics related to vocabulary, grammar, writing skills, and general awareness. Reading “The Hindu” will help you out in boosting your efficiency in English as well as the general knowledge section as it covers all the important topics to be appearing in government exams. Read monthly magazines and editorial sections of the newspaper carefully for improving your language skills.
  • Plan Of Action – Go for the examination with a proper plan so that you aren’t barking the wrong trees while attempting the examination. Know what subjects you are good at and where you lag. Attempt the very section first that you are good at and the weakest subject in the end. Doing this will ensure that much of the time is not wasted on solving the questions that are difficult for you and in the end, you don’t fail to attempt the section that could get you a higher overall score. Do not stick to a single question if you are not able to solve it. Move forward with the questions that you are able to solve easily, without wasting much of your time on them.
  • Arrange your essential Material for Examination – Take a printout of your admit card and original photo identity proof, photocopy of the ID proof. Wear your mask and take your sanitizer with you in this COVID period. Read instructions carefully on admit card before going for examination. Please be on time because the organizers may be strict so try to reach on time, at least half an hour earlier before the mentioned time.
  • Necessary revision – Human brain is forgetful by nature, so whatever you read or study is highly volatile in nature so you need to continuously revise and repeat whatever you study for its longer retention in your mind.
  • Mock test – Last and the most important thing is giving continuous mock tests. To have a good track of your preparation do as many mocks as possible and there a depth analysis thereafter. By doing mocks you can decipher your preparation level and areas that you need to work upon.

We wish that this comes in handy along with all the preparation you are doing side by side. The best way to appear in the examination is to prepare strategically and be organized. The smart approach will help you secure the future. We wish you all the very best, hoping that you’ll do great.

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