JEE Main is a demanding test, and student lakhs try their best each year to score high and qualify for JEE Advanced. The exam is conducted twice a year, according to the new JEE Main trend, giving students a good chance to give it their best shot. Just their top grades will be deemed to count for JEE Advanced between the two tests.
The first JEE Main 2020 session will take place next year between January 6 and 11, 2020. Here’s how to schedule your science training over the next eight weeks:
1-15 November: Complete your syllabus
You should have completed your syllabus now. If you haven’t, use as much as you can to finish these 15 days. Offer the topics that were popular with test setters in the past more weight. By 2020, they are more likely to follow a similar pattern.
16-30 November: Theme mock assessments
This is when you stop learning new concepts every day and do a mock exam on the theme. A lot of students consider physics the hardest of the three each year, so you can spend some extra days on this subject. Such mock exercises will help you get used to the NTA’s new paper format while encouraging you to focus on one subject at a time.
Go through the answer carefully after every mock experiment and trace questions where you went wrong. For the rest of the day, brush up on those things so you don’t repeat your mistakes.
1-15 December: All India mock tests
By now, it’s high time to start taking regular mock exams. Make sure you take these exams in a setting like an exam. Take these as your exam to train your body clock at the same time of the day. On complete learning apps, you can also take these mock tests where you can compete with students across India and know where you are.
December 16-January 5: Quick evaluations
This is the most important period before the JEE Main test. You need to be cool and not let the stress of the test impact you. At the same time, focus on your health so you’re fresh on the day of your exam — start eating healthy, drinking plenty of water and juices, avoiding food outside, and getting at least 7 hours of sleep each day.
Review one topic every day along with a mock test. At first, this may seem overwhelming, but use your notes and flashcards to move the main formulae and theorems. In the event that you have not created short notes, most edtech applications offer free summaries or highlights of each chapter in the form of short topics or stories.
Many board exams take place between February and March, so do not repeat to study the syllabus of JEE Main. Comprehension will also go a long way in boosting your preparation for the board exam. The best of it all!
- Emphasis on magnetics when it comes to physics. This is a subject of high scoring and a favorite of test setters.
- Electromagnetic induction and AC are another important topic. This one is known for numericals, so do a lot of them.
- Within Current Electricity, make sure you fully understand the rule of ohm, resistor color code, and driver characteristics.
- Do not lose out on SHM and the Doppler Effect when it comes to Waves.