If you’re a candidate studying to be on one of the IITs, then you’re probably preparing for the upcoming JEE test. Like last year, in January and April, JEE Main will be held on multiple dates in computer-based format. The first meeting will take place this year from 6 to 11 January.
Not only does JEE test you with different concepts, formulas and equations on your memory, but it also puts more stress on your understanding of these concepts. This checks how well you can adapt them and link them to various other chapters. JEE has a very large portion, however.
How time management works: Important things first, the rest later
Our goal is to make the most of the time. Start with topics where you’re soft and where JEE gives you a lot of value. First, pass on to subjects you know well, and JEE always adds value to them. Practice a lot of numericals from all these important subjects. Start the selection of topics according to the amount of weight given after this, and work your way through the portion.
Prioritization is one of the best ways in such a short span of time to cover a large portion of your syllabus. This allows you to score higher as well. We have listed topics from each subject that are very important as in previous JEE papers to help you focus.
Study chapters starting in grade 11 in physics and move on to grade 12. Start with Newton’s laws of movement, Function, Power, and Heat, and Circular Movement if you’re unsure of what to brush up from grade 11. JEE places emphasis on Electrostatics, Oscillations and Waves, and Optics, and Contemporary Physics when it comes to grade 12.
Depend on following the theorems and equations rather than rot studying them for all subjects. A way to recall them is to make an exhaustive list of flashcards and little notebooks. You should go as often as you can through this page. When applying these equations, it is particularly important to focus on solving numericals. Using learning applications such as Toppr where your training requirements are adapted to your work. You’re going to start at a point you’re happy with. So long as you meet your training goal, the complexity of questions will increase.
There are three types of Chemistry-Physical, Inorganic and Organic. Beginning with physical and then switching to Organic Chemistry is perfect. JEE places emphasis on your knowledge of all Chemical Bonding, Equilibrium, Kinetics, and Radioactivity equations. Give special attention to the elements of d and f block and to the compounds of coordination. These are subjects for high scoring.
In fact, understanding the periodic table well is extremely important. You should place on your desk or wall a big version of the board. Use mnemonics to recall a number of different components. Seek not to repeat studying them when it comes to different responses, but to understand their mechanism. This is a certain way of shooting to make sure nothing is missed.
It’s practice to trick maths. Many IITians recommend starting to study math before any of the other topics. It helps give you ample time to review as you get closer to the test. JEE paper setters typically prefer to focus on Integration, Probability and Statistics, Complex Numbers, and 3D Geometry. Some other subjects, such as Matrices and Circles, are high scoring, simple, and also given many significance. Take scheduled simulation assessments early to focus on time and stress management to get better at solving numericals. Hold a “Fail Register” to avoid repeating the errors. Stay calm, be motivated and give it your best shot apart from all this. The best of it all!