The months of April and May are marked with entrance exams being held across the country. The biggest exams being JEE Main, NEET, and JEE Advanced. This year, close to 11.5 lakh students attempted the JEE Main exam, NEET saw a record registration of 13.5 lakh students, while close to 1.6 lakh students appeared for JEE Advanced. We decided to help them deal with exam stress, and gauge how well did they do in their papers. Here’s how:
Helping students overcome last minute pressure
We understood the immense pressure that these students face in the days leading up to an important exam. They have been preparing for 2 long years, some of them since even longer. To help students deal with this anxiety and overcome their nervousness, our experts penned down some last minute tips before each of the JEE Main exams — JEE Main and JEE Advanced.
These tips were published by various leading newspapers and online publications like Education Times, Indian Express, Hindustan Times, and The New Indian Express.
Helping our students gauge their performance
After attempting the most competitive exams in India, students wanted to gauge how well did they score. We also wanted to help students who were looking forward to give these exams next year by analysing this year’s paper. On the day of both JEE Main and NEET exams, our experts analysed the exam papers and posted their analysis along with an unofficial answer key within a couple of hours after the exam ended.
The JEE Main exam analysis was covered by several newspapers and online publications like NDTV, India Today, Times of India, Deccan Chronicle, Hindustan Times, Indian Express, Telangana Today, Jansatta, and Times Now.
Our exam analysis for NEET was widely covered by publications like NDTV, Times of India, Deccan Chronicle, The Hindu, Hindustan Times, Indian Express, The New Indian Express, Telangana Today, Times Now, Financial Express, Prabhat Khabar, and The Pioneer.
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