OJEE Preparation Tips 2020

08Feb,2020
By Namrata Padhi

Odisha Joint Entrance Exam (OJEE) is a state level examination that is conducted by the OJEE Board. It aims to provide admissions to B. Pharm, MCA, MBA, M.Arch, PGAT, and various postgraduate and undergraduate courses. This state level exam also sees a tough competition among the students and therefore a high level of preparation is required to ace this examination. This article offers the students about the strategies that they should follow while preparing for the exam.

 

 

1. Being Aware of the Exam Pattern And Syllabus:

The first step to success in the examination is to know about the exam. Without proper knowledge, it is like shooting in the dark and hence becomes impossible to crack the exam. The Exam Pattern helps to understand the structure of the examination and the subjects asked. To prepare for the subjects it is essential to know the syllabus i.e all the topics asked in the examination. As OJEE offers admission to various courses therefore the syllabus and exam pattern of the OJEE exam is different from them.

1. OJEE Exam Pattern 2020 for B.Pharm/BAMS/BHMS

Features Details
Total Number of questions 180 questions
Total Marks 540
Duration 3 Hours
Subjects Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Mathematics
Questions per section

Physics 45

Chemistry 45

Biology/ Mathematics 45


2. OJEE Exam Pattern 2020 for LE B.Tech

Features Details
Total Number of questions 120 questions
Total Marks 480
Duration 2 Hours
Subjects Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Mechanics, Basic Electrical Engineering 
Questions per section

Engineering Mathematics 40

Engineering Mechanics 40

Basic Electrical Engineering 40

3. OJEE Exam Pattern 2020 for M.Plan

Duration: 1 hour

Total Question: 60

The following table shows the subjects and the number of questions candidates seeking admission into the M.Plan program need to appear for.

Subjects Number of Questions
Logical Reasoning 10
Arithmetic Reasoning 10
Architectural Concepts 40

4. OJEE Exam Pattern 2020 for M.Pharm and LE Diploma in Pharmacy

For admissions to the M.Pharm and LE Diploma in Pharmacy programs, candidates must appear for 1-hour test. Following details are given below:

Features Details
Total Number of questions 60 questions
Total Marks 240 marks
Duration 1 Hour
Subjects Based onn B.Pharm course

5. OJEE Exam Pattern 2020 for LE B.Sc. (+3 Sc/ B.Sc.)

For admissions to the LE B.Sc. candidates must appear for 1-hour test. The following table shows the subjects, number of questions and other details for candidates seeking admission into the LE B.Sc program need to appear for.

Features Details
Total Number of questions 60 questions
Total Marks 240
Duration 2 hours
Subjects Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics
Questions per section

Physics 20

Chemistry 20

Mathematics 20

6. OJEE Exam Pattern 2020 for MCA and LE MCA

The following table shows the subjects, number of questions and other details for candidates seeking admission into the MCA and LE MCA programs need to appear for.

Features Details
Total Number of questions 120 questions
Total Marks 480
Duration 2 Hours
Subjects Computer Awareness and Mathematics
Questions per section

Computer Awareness 60

Mathematics 60

7. OJEE Exam Pattern 2020 for MBA

The following table shows the subjects, number of questions and other details for candidates seeking admission into the MBA program need to appear for.

Features Details
Total Number of questions 120
Total Marks 480
Duration 2 Hours
Subjects Verbal Reasoning & Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, General Knowledge & Business Fundamental, Quantative Aptitude
Question per section

Verbal Reasoning & Comprehension 30

Analytical Reasoning 30

General Knowledge & Business Fundamental 30

Quantitative Aptitude 30

8. OJEE Exam Pattern 2020 for Integrated MBA

The following table shows the subjects, number of questions and other details for candidates seeking admission into the Integrated MBA program need to appear for.

Features Details
Total Number of questions 60 questions
Total Marks 240 marks
Duration 1 Hour
Subjects Verbal Reasoning & Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, General Knowledge & Business Fundamental, Quantative Aptitude
 

Verbal Reasoning & Comprehension 15

Analytical Reasoning 15

General Knowledge & Business Fundamental 15

Quantative Aptitude 15

9. OJEE Exam Pattern 2020 for PGAT (M.Tech/M.Arch)

The following table shows the subjects, number of questions and other details for candidates seeking admission into the M.Tech/M.Arch program need to appear for.

Features Details
Total Number of questions 90
Total Marks 360 Marks
Duration 2 Hours
Subjects Mathematics, Logical and Analytical Reasoning, A specialised branch of PGAT
 

Mathematics 20

Logical and Analytical Reasoning 10

A specialised branch of PGAT 60

 

2. Creating a Study Plan

It is said "If you fail to plan , you plan to fail" . The next thing to do is to plan about how you are going to prepare for all the subjects. But your work doesn’t end there. You have to stick to you time table that you make so that you effectively execute your study plan.

First 2-3 months should be dedicated in understanding the fundamentals of all the chapters and brushing your skills. A strong grip on the fundamentals builds your foundation for that particular chapter without which you will not be able to solve the intermediate and advanced level questions. After you are done with the basics, you should move to higher level of questions for the next few months. 

 

3. Mock Tests and Practicing

Practice makes a man perfect and mock tests are the right way to practice. The mock tests are designed as per the original exam which helps you in understanding your preparation. It is advisable for the students to keep appearing mock tests once or twice in a week when they are done with the fundamentals. These tests help you to understand your strength and weak areas in the examination so that you are able to focus more and improvise to score the maximum in the examination. Mock tests also keeps a check on your speed and makes you aware how many questions you attempt correctly within the given time period.

Analyzing a mock test is way more important than just giving a mock.  

 

4. Making Notes and Revision

Notes are the perfect way to remember and revise the chapters so that you do not waste your time on going through a particular chapter entirely again. Revision is the key no matter which exam you are preparing for. You might have studied the topics long back, but memories fade with time. So without revision, the learning process is incomplete. Keep making  like list of formulas, equations, strategy of solving a question and important points that are beneficial for the exam. Also make notes for the key learnings and unattempted questions in the mocks so that you are aware of your mistakes and improve yourself throughout the preparation.

 

5. Right Study Materials

It is important to choose the best books and right study materials for yourself. Also collect previous year OJEE exams book so that you have a rough idea of the variety of questions asked in the examination. Candidates will also get an idea about what is the level of questions coming in the exam.

 

6. Plan Your Exam-taking Strategy

Before appearing the exam, you should focus on making an exam taking strategy that suits you. It means how you are going to manage time while appearing in the exam. Candidate must practice regularly so that they will improve time management skills, problem-solving skills hence face no trouble while giving the exam and ace it. It is advisable to appear a particular section in the exam in 3 rounds i.e first answer the easiest questions which you feel you can crack it within few seconds, then the intermediate one and finally the toughest ones. This strategy saves time and you do not miss out any easy question and also gives you confidence.

 

Guidelines for OJEE 2020

Candidates must check the admit card carefully including their Name, Paper, Date of Birth, Gender, Test Centre Name, and Category. In case of any discrepancy, communicate to OJEE 2020 office immediately for necessary action.

The admit card is issued provisionally to the candidate subject to his/her satisfying the eligibility conditions.

The exam rooms/hall will be opened 30 minutes before the commencement of the exam.

Candidates must take their respective seats immediately after the opening of the exam hall. If candidates do not report on time, they are likely to miss some of the general instructions that will be announced in the exam hall.

Candidates must show the admit card for entry to the exam room/hall. A candidate who does not possess admit card issued by the authority shall not be permitted to take the exam under any circumstances by the Centre Superintendent.

Candidates are advised to bring with them a cardboard or a clipboard on which nothing should be written so that they have no difficulty in filling responses in the Answer Sheet. 

No candidate, under any circumstances, will be allowed to enter the exam centre after the commencement of the exam.

A seat indicating roll number will be allocated to each candidate. Candidates should find out and occupy their allotted seat only. Any candidate found to have changed room or the seat on his/her own other than allotted, his/her candidature shall be cancelled and no plea would be accepted for it.

Immediately on receipt of the Test Booklet, candidates should fill in the required particulars on the cover page of the Test Booklet with Ball Point Pen only. Do not open/break the seal before the announcement and read the exam instructions carefully.

No candidate, without the special permission of the Centre Superintendent or the Invigilator concerned, should leave his/her seat or exam room until the full duration of the paper. Candidates must follow the instructions strictly as instructed by the Centre Superintendent/Invigilators.

No candidate will be allowed to carry any baggage inside the exam centre.

OJEE officials/ Center Superintendent will not be responsible for any belongings stolen or lost on the premises.

Candidates are not allowed to carry any textual material, Calculators, Pen, Slide Rules, Log Tables, Electronic Watches with facilities of calculator, printed or written material, bits of papers, mobile phone, pager or any other device

nothing can stop you from perfection if you are dedicated and honest with your practice. Not only that, you must keep your mind calm and away from distractions in order to sail further towards the goal.

 

Subject Wise Reference Books 

Chemistry 

  • Advanced Problems in Organic Chemistry
  • Advanced Problems in Inorganic Chemistry (2019-2020 Examination)

Physics

  • Concepts of Physics (Set of 2 Volume)
  • Dinesh Objective Physics
  • Problems In General Physics
  • Handbook of Physics 

Biology

  • Dinesh Objective Biology
  • Pradeep’s Objective Biology
  • Daily Practice Problem (DPP) Sheets
Mathematics
  • A problem book in Mathematical Analysis
  • A Problem Book in Algebra
  • Mathematics for Class 12 by R D Sharma (Set of 2 Volume)
  • Mathematics for Class 11 by R D Sharma
 
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