OJEE Last Minute Preparation Tips

08Jan,2021
By Editorial

OJEE 2021 (Odisha Joint Entrance Exam) is a state-level entrance exam conducted by the Odisha Joint Entrance Exam Board in Computer-based test (Online) mode once a year. This exam offers admission in various UG and PG courses of Pharmacy, Engineering & Technology in different disciplines, such as Integrated MBA, MCA, MBA, B.Pharm, M.Tech / M.Pharm / M.Plan / M.Arch and for the B.Tech / B.Pharm lateral entry courses. 

To appear for the OJEE 2021, the applications will be submitted separately according to the courses and candidates can fill the application form through online mode. The registration process for OJEE 2021 will be starting in the month of February and the exam is likely to be held in the month of May.

 

Read here : OJEE 2021 :Registration, Exam Date, Pattern, Syllabus

OJEE 2021 Highlights:

Exam Name OJEE
Full-Form Odisha Joint Entrance Exam
Conducting Body Odisha Joint Entrance Exam Board
Level State
Category Undergraduate
Exam Frequency Once a year
Exam Mode Online or Computer-based Test mode
Exam Fee INR 1,000
Exam Duration 2 hours
Number of Exam Cities 21
Question Type MCQs
Exam Language English


OJEE 2021 Exam Pattern:

It is very much important for aspirants to understand the paper pattern of the exam to know how to prepare for OJEE 2021. Mentioned below is theOJEE 2021 exam pattern:

Exam Mode Online or Computer-based Test mode
Number of Questions 120
Exam Duration 2 hours
Question Type MCQs
Exam Language English
Exam Timings 09:00 AM to 11:00 PM
12:30 PM to 2:30 PM
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Marking Scheme No marks for unanswered questions
+4 marks for every right answer
-1 mark for every wrong answer
Maximum Marks 480


OJEE 2021 subject-wise marks distribution:

According to the exam pattern, a total of 480 questions will be asked in the OJEE 2021 exam from Analytical & Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal reasoning & Comprehension, General Awareness & Business Basics. The tabulation below are the subject-wise marks distribution of questions as per OJEE 2021:

Subjects Marks
Analytical & Logical Reasoning 120
Quantitative Aptitude 120
Verbal reasoning& Comprehension 120
General Awareness & Business Basics 120
Total 480


Last-minute preparation tips for OJEE 2021:

Mentioned below are the last minute preparation tips forOJEE 2021 meant to help the candidates to make a strategy for the entrance examination:

Knowledge of the syllabus

Having proper knowledge about the syllabus of OJEE includes in preparation will help the candidates to cover all the important/ necessary topics and avoid unnecessary ones which in a way saves the excess time consumption of the candidates as it helps to concentrate on subjects with good marks. The go-to book for the preparation of the OJEE exam is the NCERT books of Class 10+2 as most of the questions asked from it.

Be aware of the Exam Pattern

To be aware of and stay updated with the exam pattern is strongly suggested for the candidates. Having an idea about the pattern of exams such astotal marks, no. of questions, negative marking, and etc. will definitely help to score maximum marks in the examination.

Practice and Revision Mock Tests, previous year OJEEsample paper

To have a proper idea of previous exam questions and patterns is very important. Solving as many practice papers as possible will help candidates to be aware of their subject-wise weakness and strengths andon top of that,they can improve their time management skills, enhance their problem-solving skills, test-taking speed as well as boost their confidence by solving previous year papers/ sample papers regularly. Practicing previous year question papers also provide insights on what and how to prepare for the OJEE exam.

Be Relax and calm on Exam Day

For candidates, being calm throughout their preparations and as well as on the exam day is very essential because taking stress is never really good for anyone as it makes them inactive and low. So relax and pace yourself, it will help you focus in a better way. Keep in mind that last days are only for revision of subjects & topics thatneed to be prepared for. 

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