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Use Google Calendar to remember important entrance exam dates


It is now easy for the Students and Candidates to remember Important Entrance Exam Dates using Google Calendar . As an Example, we have taken JEE Main Exam to  explain How one can use the Calendar for remembering Important Dates and planning their study schedule

JEE Exam is  in April 2016 and The Application process has already started .  Students and Aspirants can make effective use of Google Calendar to remember Important Dates for this Exam, For that matter any Exam or Important Dates.

Use Google Calendar to remember important dates and plan your study schedule for JEE Exam

With the dates of the JEE (Main) coming closer, it has become more important than ever for students to strategically streamline their schedules and study plans so as to make the most out of the remaining time.

The pen and paper exam will be held on April 3, 2016 while the computer-based exam will be conducted on  April 9 to 10. Therefore, it is really important that you, as an aspiring candidate, leave no stones unturned to come up with the best study plan imaginable. In order to help with that seemingly daunting task, we have come up with a really simple but efficient method that only requires some basic knowledge about the Google Calendar.

The method is really simple, and can be properly executed in three simple steps:

 Step 1 Collect the entire schedule

Before you start using Google Calendar as a study planner, you must have the entire schedule of forthcoming events at your disposal. You can go about that objective by locating an official copy of the important dates and times on the Web.

For the sake of simplicity, we have enlisted the entire schedule for JEE 2016 below:

Schedule of JEE Main 2016 Examination

JEE (Main)-2016 Detailed Notification: 19th December 2015

The Online Application Process will start from 01st December 2015 onwards

Last Date for Online Submission of Applications: 31st December 2015

Availability of JEE Main Admit Card: 01st week of March 2016 onwards

Date of Exam JEE (Main) 2016

Paper I (B.E/B.Tech) [Offline Exam]: 03rd April 2016 [Sunday, Timing 09:30-12:30 Hrs. (IST)]

Paper I (B.E/B.Tech) [Online Exam]: 09th & 10th April 2016 (Sat. & Sunday, Timing 01st Shift 09:30-12:30 Hrs. (IST) and 02nd Shift (*) 14:00-17:00 Hrs. (IST)]

Paper II (B.Arch/B.Planning) [Offline Exam]: 03rd April 2016 [Sunday, Timing 14:00-1700 Hrs. (IST)]

JEE MAIN 2014 Solved Question papers

Step 2: Identify the important dates

Just like the previous one, this one is also pretty simple. All you would require doing is identify the most important dates (such as date of the exam, date of receiving admit cards, and so on). Keep visiting the official JEE website regularly so as to make sure that you don’t miss out on any new or updated information.

 Step 3: Get organized

This is the most important and slightly complicated step(if you have never used Google Calendar before). To access Google Calendar, you must have a free Google account. If you don’t have a Google account, click hereand fill the form to create one.

Once you can access Google Calendar, straightway go to the important dates that you want to highlight and create reminder for. For example, if you want to add a reminder for the JEE (Main) pen and paper exam, choose April 3, 2016 by navigating through the calendar on the left hand side of the screen.

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