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SWOT Analysis for JEE Advanced

Students can attempt for JEE Advanced after clearing JEE Mains. This means the candidate has a strong foundation and all the required skills to appear for JEE Advanced. Students prepare hard for upcoming exams; almost all students will use the same reference material.  The differentiating feature between candidates comes with the memory power and tips and tricks to solve and verify solutions in the shortest time. Hard work and full concentration towards exams gives you confidence and ability to present yourself in the best form for exam.

SWOT analysis is basically a business term used by marketing team to determine its penetration and survival in the market. The same logic can be applied for studies; you may be strong in one subject and week in other.

SWOT stands for

S – Strength

W – Weakness

O – Opportunity

T – Threats

JEE Advanced – Strengths:

Identify the subject(s) which is easy for you and sure of giving correct answers. Few topics in each subject might be easy for you and require less time and efforts for solving. Make a list of such topics which assure you prefect score. Do proper revision and don’t lose grip over this subject.

JEE Advanced – Weaknesses:

This is opposite to strength and requires lots of efforts and concentration to have grip over these topics or subjects. Again make a list of topics which you are not sure about solving them all. Dedicate more time to these subjects. Try to have combine studies with your friends or opt for private tuitions to have grip over these topics. Converting weakness to strengths is difficult but not an impossible task. Each correct answer is very important to get a good score in JEE Advanced.

JEE Advanced – Opportunities:

You can list down the chapter in which you are not confident of answering correctly but can work on it and get a better score. Dedicate more time and solve as many questions as possible. Opportunities can be converted into strengths.

JEE Advanced – Threats:

These are the topics in which you are confident of giving incorrect answers! Make a list of such topics and the questions. Identify the questions which have been given in the previous papers. Try to put some efforts on important topics which can be expected. Solving JEE Advanced Previous Years Question Papers and mock test helps in identifying the topics in which you are not confident but still can expect some question(s) from the topic in the upcoming JEE Advanced. Do your best to change your threats into opportunities.

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Conclusion:

Based on the above SWOT analysis improve your skills on weakness and opportunities and work on threats. Pen down SWOT analysis on a chart, this will you a constant reminder of strength, weakness, opportunities and threats. Your SWOT analysis should be clear and detailed one. Make it in the form of a table chapter wise for easy assessment. SWOT analysis helps you in determining your position for exam preparation. Work hard to achieve your goals.

All the best!

2018-05-21T07:43:26+00:00 Categories: Blog, JEE ADVANCED|Tags: |0 Comments

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