How to do self-preparation for JEE mains?

General information:

This year 9,885 seats will be available in the all the 17 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) including the Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad. IIT conducts JEE every year to admit meritorious students to several IITs located across the country. Students, who wish to get admission to any of the top IITs have to clear the examination in two steps. Students have to prepare in a best possible way to crack this examination. You have to get a minimum score called cut- off score to have any chance of advancing to the next stage. JEE is conducted in two phases; JEE Mains and JEE Advanced. Students should qualify JEE Mains to advance to appear for JEE Advanced. The score and rank obtained in the JEE will decide the fate of the students. The top scorers can get admission into the top IITs and select their favourite branch of study.

With the growing competition, IIT JEE is one of the toughest entrance exams that require a lot of hard work and a better strategy to crack the exam. Before they start their preparation, they should know even the minute details regarding the exam. They should know the syllabus as well as the paper pattern so that it would be easy for them to prepare. Students who want to know How to prepare for JEE Mains will get their answers here.

Before that, let’s see the paper pattern of JEE Main exam.

              

SUBJECTS

NO. OF QUESTIONS

TOTAL MARKS

Physics

30

120

Chemistry

30

120

Maths

30

120

Grand Total

90

360

Distribution of marks:

  • In Physics, 13 questions of 52 marks were from class XI and remaining 17 questions of 68 marks were from class XII.
  • In Chemistry, 14 questions of 56 marks were from class XI and 16 questions of 64 marks were from class XII.
  • In Mathematics, 13 questions of 52 marks were from class XI and remaining 17 questions of 68 marks were from class XII

Tips for preparation:

  • First all decide whether you want to go for it or not.
  • Be confident and focus your target.
  • Divide equal time for all three subject and start preparing each subject.
  • Develop your basics of topics in all subject. This you do it by going through NCERT of physics, chemistry and mathematics for class XI and XII both.
  • Give dedicated hours to prepare a new topic each day (2-3 hours) and try and complete the same with perfection
  • You can even spend another 3 hours to practice on problems and formulae from a previously completed topic. This will ensure a thorough revision of the same.
  • Keep 2 hours each day to complete any remaining sections of a previously covered topic.
  • Give dedicated hours to prepare a new topic each day (2-3 hours) and try and complete the same with perfection in decided time frame.
  • You can even spend another 3 hours to practice on problems and formulae from a previously completed topic. This will ensure a thorough revision of the same.
  • Give dedicated time to work on a topic wise mock test, to check your level of preparation on those topics (2 hours). Give another 1 hour to see where you went wrong and where you can actually refurbish your understanding.
  • Keep 2 hours each day to complete any remaining sections of a previously covered topic.
  • Attempt as many MOCK TEST as possible. This build confidence in you and analysis will make to understand about your preparation.
  • All the remaining days’ time is to be strictly followed for leading a healthy life. Take regular breaks, have a small nap, exercise, meditate and more. Students must make it a point to have a good night’s sleep for at least 7 hours.

Other books to refer:

Subjects

Books

Physics

 1. Concepts of Physics by HC Verma

 2. Problems in General Physics- I.E. Irodov

 3. Concept of Competition Physics- Agarwals

Chemistry

1. Physical Chemistry by O.P. Tandon

2. Organic Chemistry by Paul Bruice

3. Organic Chemistry by Morrison Boyd

Mathematics

1. Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight

2. Objective Mathematics by RD Sharma

 3.IIT Mathematics by ML Khanna

 

 

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