First things first, you need to have a timetable that works. So let’s put our heads together and devise the best timetable that will help you achieve your IIT JEE goals.
- Lay out your plans
- Your timetable for IIT JEE must be unique
- Play to your strengths
- You should have clear goals
- Be mindful of the important chapters
Lay Out Your Plans
You now know which chapters you need to cover and how many questions you need to solve. So plan your day in such a way that every portion of the syllabus is covered.
- a. Early morning: New theory and difficult questions
- b. Daytime: Regular schedule/classes and revise theory
- c. Evening: Give IIT JEE mock test to improve your speed, stamina and accuracy, and to assess your performance
- d. Night time: Solve IIT JEE practice question of medium difficulty
Your Timetable For IIT JEE Must Be Unique
Each student’s JEE Advanced timetable must be unique, depending on –
- a. Your strengths
- b. Your goals
- c. Time left and important chapters to cover
Play To Your Strengths
Most students have one subject they are weak at or one subject that they are very strong at. It is important to give the least amount of time for your strong subjects.
If, for example, Physics is your strength, then you need less time to study it. Students think that they will do well enough in their best subject and average in other subjects and clear the JEE. This is the biggest mistake they make. You should aim for getting equal marks in all three subjects.
You Should Have Clear Goals
Do you want to clear the JEE Main, or qualify for JEE Advanced, or do you want a seat in IIT? You have to be very clear about your goals if you want to be able to plan for them. You don’t need to study the entire syllabus to crack the JEE.
Be Mindful Of The Important Chapters
Here is the important part. The time left does not affect your preparation strategy!
This is because your preparation will always only depend on which are the easy chapters with the highest weightage. You can download a pdf of the chapters distributed by weightage and difficulty (input).