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JEE MAIN 2023 BPlanning and BArch Exam Tommorow Guidelines Here


The National Testing Agency will be conducting JEE MAIN 2023 Exam Tomorrow and candidates who are participating have to download their admit card if they have not yet downloaded it. Candidates should check exam day guidelines provided by classresult in this article below.

BArch and BPlanning Papers will be conducted in the second shift and it will start from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Tomorrow candidates will have to go to their examination hall along with their JEE MAIN 2023 Admit Card. It should be noted that any candidate who does not have their admit card on them will not be allowed to enter the examination hall.

Admit Card Plays an Important role when it comes to examination it is used to identify the candidate appearing for the examination without it. It is not possible to enter the examination hall.

Also Read:JEE Main 2023 Admit Card Released for January 28 Session 1

JEE MAIN 2023 Last Minute TIPS What you should know

Yesterday a guide was posted on classresult on how to download JEE MAIN 2023 Admit card for candidates who didn't know how to download it. Now candidates are advised to check out these last-minute tips which will help them in their exams.

• Emphasize What you learned
• Revise
• Regular Breaks
• No Discussions
• Good Sleep

Emphasize what you learnt
It is important that candidates should not start learning anything new because it will create a lot of confusion and there is not much time left. Trying to learn new things will mess up the old things in candidates' minds. So candidates are advised to focus on what they learned so far.

Regular Breaks
Taking Breaks during this stressful time helps a lot thus it is important to keep refreshing your mind. It will help you focus. If any candidate is staying awake the whole night and trying to study. He will not be able to focus on his/her exam. Because He/she will be sleep deprived and will not be able to focus during the exam and will surely forget what they studied the whole night. Because when the body is sleep-deprived it does not function properly. So it is important to take 10-15mins breaks continuously.

Because JEE MAIN 2023 is tomorrow thus candidates are advised to revise what they learned so far because at this time trying new things or trying to learn new things will end up making confusion and candidates will not be able to focus during the exam and will probably forget what he/she studied.

No Discussion
There is no need to discuss with others how much you have learned and how much others have learned so far because the gap between you and the other person's study will either make confusion for you or him. So it is better not to discuss it as it will be the root cause of anxiety, stress, and confusion.

Good Sleep
The biggest mistake candidate makes during the examination they try to sleep and depriving themselves by staying awake late at night and trying to study at the last minute. Not only this practice produces a lot of confusion for the candidate it also causes extreme stress. Because the mind is sleep deprived and cannot recall what it has learned so far. So it is important to take a good amount of sleep and also take small breaks even if the breaks are like 10-15mins.

JEE MAIN 2023 Exam Day Guidelines

JEE MAIN 2023 BArch and BPlanning Exam is tomorrow and it will start from 3:00 pm and 6:00 pm on January 28, 2023. Now that there is no time left candidates are advised to check these guidelines and follow them during the examination in order to ace it.

• Once the JEE MAIN 2023 Exam Centre Gates are closed no candidate will be allowed to enter the examination centre.

• Candidates will not be allowed to leave the exam centre premises before the exam ends. Candidates must settle all of their affairs after the exam ends.

• Candidates who are wearing any special attire because of their religion are advised to reach the examination hall 1 hour earlier before the examination starts.

• Candidate needs to bring his admit card as well as other required documents along with them to the examination centre. Because without admit cards candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination hall.

• Candidates are advised to reach the examination centre 1 hour before the examination starts because they have to fill out the declaration form which will require the candidate's passport-sized photo and their left-hand thumb impression.

• Accessories for rough work like Pen/Pencil and Blank paper will be provided in the exam hall. Candidates will have to write their name as well as their roll number at top of their exam sheet.

• Candidates are not allowed to carry any banned material such as Electronic Gadgets like Smart-Phone, Smart-Watch, Bluetooth, and any other extra paper with them. This will result in the exam getting canceled for a candidate if caught with such material.

• Candidates should follow the instruction provided by the superintendent/invigilators in the examination centre. Not following those instructions will result in the candidate getting debarred from the examination.

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