What should be the preparation strategy for JEE Main from Oct to Jan?

JEE Main 2019 is scheduled from Jan 6, 2019 to Jan 20, 2019 for Jan session exam and from April 6, 2019 to April 20, 2019 for online exam, and there are less than four months remaining for the preparation. So, students have to make a strategic plan for exam preparation which helps them to achieve a better outcome. Students have to plan in such a way that they will be able to cover the entire syllabus. In this article your will get detailed preparation strategy for remaining time frame.

Questions in the JEE exam will be asked from the subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The examination will be held in English and Hindi language. Students can utilize the remaining days for quick revision and take lots of mock tests.

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While preparing, students can take help from the subject experts to eliminate their doubts regarding any topic. If students fail to clear the exam then they have to bear the loss of the entire year. Students can plan three phases of 30 days each that will cover the whole syllabus.

Preparation Plan for JEE: Month-wise

October

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The first 30 days are very crucial and must be used for revision. After checking the syllabus and identifying the important chapter, students must plan subject-wise revision with the help of subject experts. This revision ensures a better understanding of the concepts which requires better time management skills.

November

Students should plan for preparation in such a way that they get efficient time for taking mock tests on lines of JEE (Main) and JEE (Advanced). Students should analyze paper in such a way that they should check the mistakes and avoid repeating them in actual. For topic-wise revision, students are advised to join a crash course.

December

Students should use days between consecutive board exams for preparation of both board exams and entrance exams. They should make a systematic revision plan which involves testing concept-wise and chapter-wise along with several mock tests from reliable resources as per current pattern of JEE.Preparation Strategy

Preparation Plan for JEE: Week Wise



Before start preparing for the examination, it is very important for the students to make a daily schedule. Following is the every month week-wise study plan:

October week-wise Study Plan

Weeks Subjects Topics
1st week Physics  Units & Dimension
Chemistry Solid States & Atomic Structure
Mathematics Binomial Theorem
2nd week Physics Current Electricity
Chemistry Solution and Colligative Properties
Mathematics Differential Calculus
3rd week Physics Electro-Magnetism
Chemistry Electrochemistry & Chemical Kinetics
Mathematics Coordinate Geometry
4th week Physics Work    Energy power & Gravitation
Chemistry S & P block
Mathematics Matrix & Determinants

November week-wise Study Plan

Weeks Subjects Topics
1st week Physics Geometrical Optics & Wave Optics
Chemistry Chemical Bonding’s & Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry
Mathematics Integral Calculus
2nd week Physics Heat Transfer
Chemistry D & F block
Mathematics Integral Calculus
3rd week Physics Atoms & Nuclei
Chemistry Alcohol, Phenol &Ether
Mathematics Quadratic Equation
4th week Physics Properties of Matter and Fluid
Chemistry Stereo Isomerism & Bio-molecules
Mathematics Permutation & Combination

December week-wise Study Plan

Weeks Subjects Topics
1st week Physics Kinematics
Chemistry Chemistry in Everyday life & Polymers
Mathematics Trigonometry
2nd week Physics Wave Optics
Chemistry Hydro Carbons & Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
Mathematics Sequence & Series
3rd week Physics SHM & Sound Waves
Chemistry Hydrogen & Purification of Organic Chemistry
Mathematics Vector & 3D
4th week Physics Modern Physics
Chemistry General Process of Isolation of Metals
Mathematics Probability

Preparation Plan for JEE: Topic Wise Weight-age

JEE exam covers 40% of the syllabus from 11th standard and 60% syllabus from the 12th standard. The topic-wise weight-age of each subject for JEE Main is given below:

Chemistry Physics Mathematics
Topics Weight-age Topics Weight-age Topics Weight-age
Organic Chemistry 34% Mechanics 25% Differential Calculus 15.20%
Inorganic Chemistry 30% Electro Dynamics 22.58% Probability 7.26%
Physical Chemistry 36% Heat and Thermodynamics 12.90% Integral Calculus 16.94%
Modern Physics 18.55% Matrix Determinants 11.29%
Optics 14.52% Coordinate Geometry 14.52%
SHM & Waves 6.45% Trigonometry 8.06%

Best Books for JEE Main Preparation

Only solving NCERT books for examination preparation is not sufficient because the examination syllabus may look similar but the pattern and level of questions differ in some or other way. Questions asked in the entrance exam involves multiple concepts and generally of higher difficulty level.

But buying right study material is the main task. If we talking about the best books for JEE Main preparation they are listed below:

Physics

  • NCERT
  • H.C Verma for JEE Physics
  • DC Pandey for Class 11th and 12th Physics
  • Pradeep’s fundamental for Physics.

Mathematics

  • R.D. Sharma
  • Arihant for Algebra and Differential Calculus
  • SL Loney for Trigonometry
  • ML Khanna for IIT Mathematics
  • IA Marron for basic concepts   

Chemistry

  • Organic Chemistry – O.P Tandon
  • Inorganic Chemistry – J.D Lee
  • Physical Chemistry – R.C Mukherjee

Important Points during the examination

Following are some points that students must keep in mind before start examination preparation:

  • By practising solving JEE level questions students can increase their speed of solving problems using time management techniques.
  • Students should start solving mock tests which give them a fair idea about the pattern of questions, marking scheme and paper difficulty level.
  • Students should focus on their weak areas and improve their concepts
  • To practise JEE level questions is mandatory because it improves students reasoning and analytical ability. This helps students to familiarise with the type of questions asked in the paper.
  • During practice, students are advised to take short breaks of five to ten minutes after every one or two hours of serious study.

 

NTA Launches Official JEE Main Mock Test, TPC Registration Also Starts

JEE Main is all set to be conducted by NTA from 2019. The premier engineering test will be conducted twice a year only in online mode. With the beginning of online registration, NTA has also launched official JEE Main Mock Test as well as started the registration for the TPCs (Test Practice Centers).

No major changes in the exam pattern and mode of conducting exam are expected in the first session of JEE Main scheduled from January 06, 2019 to January 20, 2019. However, many students are still at odds with the scrapping of pen and paper based test. NTA and MHRD on their part feel that online mode will offer greater transparency in the way these tests are conducted. With the introduction of machine learning, there will be better assessment of candidates in future.

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Nonetheless, responding to the fears of many aspirant, NTA has established a dedicated countrywide network of practice centers with major focus in remote areas. They have also launched the online mock test to offer better preparation and greater familiarity with the online test mode. The TPC will allow candidates to attempt mock papers in online format, at no cost. The primary focus to have TPCs is to give hands on experience of CBT to students living in remote and rural areas.

 



The mock test papers are available in English, Hindi and Gujarati languages. JEE aspirants can get access to mock test without any kind of prior registration. A student having computer with internet facility can simply click on the mock test link provided on the JEE Main 2019 official website to attempt the test. They can also download the questions for later practice in offline mode.

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TPC Registration Begins

Student registration for TPC begun from September 1, 2018 on the official website of NTA, www.nta.ac.in. Students can even register through “NTA Student” App available at ‘Play Store’. Students must do registration as per schedule provided on the website.

 

Starting from September 8, 2018 the TCPs are now functional and will be operative on all Saturdays and Sundays. There shall be one slot for Saturday (from 14:30 to 17:30 Hrs) and two slots for Sunday (11:00 to 14:00 Hrs and 14:30 to 17:30 Hrs). The final allotment to a TPC will be done automatically on the basis of students’ population in that particular area. The students shall be informed about the final allotment of a TPC one day before the scheduled date.

TPC Registration Process

For JEE Main 2019 TPC registration, candidates must visit the official website of NTA and begin registration by clicking on the link Student Registration (Test Center Practice).

 

 

  1. On clicking the link, students will be required to sign in through either Gmail ID or Facebook ID. On signing in with any of the two accounts, candidates can proceed ahead to register for TPC. On successful signing in students must follow some steps to complete the registration.
  2. Fill up personal details such as first name, last name, date of birth, etc. After filling up the mandatory information, click the “NEXT” button to proceed.
  3. Provide information details such as functional email ID, address, city, pin code and then click on the “NEXT” button again. The next page will ask for academic details such as year of completion of last degree, class 10th and class 12th mark sheet details.
  4. The final page of registration seeks information on number of attempts for JEE Main exams.
  5. After providing all the required details carefully, proceed to submit the information.

During the registration process, the most important thing is to select any five test centers from the list of TPCs provided on the website. Make sure to choose centers that are in your proximity and check for the route as well as commutation facility to each of the centre selected by you. On selecting the centers, select a date falling on Saturdays or Sundays in the month of September. Finally, submit the details and take a printout or screenshot of the confirmation.

 

NTA had announced for the establishment of 3000 TPCs which is a clear indication of how the test agency aims at making JEE Main more inclusive. Attempting mock test through TPC or your personal computer will enable JEE aspirants to get over all kinds of suspicions, giving them a better idea of process of answering in a CBT. The novel mock tests will offer practical knowledge and insight into what they have prepared so far, time management and where they currently stand.

How to score 100% marks in Class 12th (Physics, Chemistry and Maths)

Every year science students have a challenge to balance their board exams and JEE Main entrance. Both these exams are pivotal for the future career prospects. You need to be in the top 20 percentile of class 12th to be eligible for JEE Main. Hence, the experts have figured out how to score 100% marks in class 12th.

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The best part about class 12th science syllabus is that it forms the major portion of JEE Main exam questions. So, if you know how to score 100% marks in class 12th, you will definitely get advantage in the entrance. Only on clearing JEE Main, you become eligible for JEE Advanced. You must focus on a concept-based study rather than blindly learning the concepts. Read JEE Main syllabus here.

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What should be the preparation strategy for JEE Main from Oct to Jan?

JEE Main 2019 is scheduled from Jan 6, 2019 to Jan 20, 2019 for Jan session exam and from April 6, 2019 to April 20, 2019 for online exam, and there are less than four months remaining for the preparation. So, students have to make a strategic plan for exam preparation which helps them to achieve a better outcome. Students have to plan in such a way that they will be able to cover the entire syllabus. In this article your will get detailed preparation strategy for remaining time frame.



Get latest news and updates of JEE Main 2019 through email or SMS by entering your details in below given form:

Questions in the JEE exam will be asked from the subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The examination will be held in English and Hindi language. Students can utilize the remaining days for quick revision and take lots of mock tests.

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  • Apply Online for B.Tech from MIT, Pune Click Here
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  • Apply Online for B.Tech from GD Goenka University. Click Here

While preparing, students can take help from the subject experts to eliminate their doubts regarding any topic. If students fail to clear the exam then they have to bear the loss of the entire year. Students can plan three phases of 30 days each that will cover the whole syllabus.

Preparation Plan for JEE: Month-wise

October


The first 30 days are very crucial and must be used for revision. After checking the syllabus and identifying the important chapter, students must plan subject-wise revision with the help of subject experts. This revision ensures a better understanding of the concepts which requires better time management skills.

November

Students should plan for preparation in such a way that they get efficient time for taking mock tests on lines of JEE (Main) and JEE (Advanced). Students should analyze paper in such a way that they should check the mistakes and avoid repeating them in actual. For topic-wise revision, students are advised to join a crash course.

December

Students should use days between consecutive board exams for preparation of both board exams and entrance exams. They should make a systematic revision plan which involves testing concept-wise and chapter-wise along with several mock tests from reliable resources as per current pattern of JEE.Preparation Strategy

Preparation Plan for JEE: Week Wise

Before start preparing for the examination, it is very important for the students to make a daily schedule. Following is the every month week-wise study plan:

October week-wise Study Plan

Weeks Subjects Topics
1st week Physics  Units & Dimension
Chemistry Solid States & Atomic Structure
Mathematics Binomial Theorem
2nd week Physics Current Electricity
Chemistry Solution and Colligative Properties
Mathematics Differential Calculus
3rd week Physics Electro-Magnetism
Chemistry Electrochemistry & Chemical Kinetics
Mathematics Coordinate Geometry
4th week Physics Work    Energy power & Gravitation
Chemistry S & P block
Mathematics Matrix & Determinants

November week-wise Study Plan

Weeks Subjects Topics
1st week Physics Geometrical Optics & Wave Optics
Chemistry Chemical Bonding’s & Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry
Mathematics Integral Calculus
2nd week Physics Heat Transfer
Chemistry D & F block
Mathematics Integral Calculus
3rd week Physics Atoms & Nuclei
Chemistry Alcohol, Phenol &Ether
Mathematics Quadratic Equation
4th week Physics Properties of Matter and Fluid
Chemistry Stereo Isomerism & Bio-molecules
Mathematics Permutation & Combination

December week-wise Study Plan

Weeks Subjects Topics
1st week Physics Kinematics
Chemistry Chemistry in Everyday life & Polymers
Mathematics Trigonometry
2nd week Physics Wave Optics
Chemistry Hydro Carbons & Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
Mathematics Sequence & Series
3rd week Physics SHM & Sound Waves
Chemistry Hydrogen & Purification of Organic Chemistry
Mathematics Vector & 3D
4th week Physics Modern Physics
Chemistry General Process of Isolation of Metals
Mathematics Probability

Preparation Plan for JEE: Topic Wise Weight-age

JEE exam covers 40% of the syllabus from 11th standard and 60% syllabus from the 12th standard. The topic-wise weight-age of each subject for JEE Main is given below:

Chemistry Physics Mathematics
Topics Weight-age Topics Weight-age Topics Weight-age
Organic Chemistry 34% Mechanics 25% Differential Calculus 15.20%
Inorganic Chemistry 30% Electro Dynamics 22.58% Probability 7.26%
Physical Chemistry 36% Heat and Thermodynamics 12.90% Integral Calculus 16.94%
Modern Physics 18.55% Matrix Determinants 11.29%
Optics 14.52% Coordinate Geometry 14.52%
SHM & Waves 6.45% Trigonometry 8.06%

Best Books for JEE Main Preparation

Only solving NCERT books for examination preparation is not sufficient because the examination syllabus may look similar but the pattern and level of questions differ in some or other way. Questions asked in the entrance exam involves multiple concepts and generally of higher difficulty level.

But buying right study material is the main task. If we talking about the best books for JEE Main preparation they are listed below:

Physics

  • NCERT
  • H.C Verma for JEE Physics
  • DC Pandey for Class 11th and 12th Physics
  • Pradeep’s fundamental for Physics.

Mathematics

  • R.D. Sharma
  • Arihant for Algebra and Differential Calculus
  • SL Loney for Trigonometry
  • ML Khanna for IIT Mathematics
  • IA Marron for basic concepts   

Chemistry

  • Organic Chemistry – O.P Tandon
  • Inorganic Chemistry – J.D Lee
  • Physical Chemistry – R.C Mukherjee

Important Points during the examination

Following are some points that students must keep in mind before start examination preparation:

  • By practising solving JEE level questions students can increase their speed of solving problems using time management techniques.
  • Students should start solving mock tests which give them a fair idea about the pattern of questions, marking scheme and paper difficulty level.
  • Students should focus on their weak areas and improve their concepts
  • To practise JEE level questions is mandatory because it improves students reasoning and analytical ability. This helps students to familiarise with the type of questions asked in the paper.
  • During practice, students are advised to take short breaks of five to ten minutes after every one or two hours of serious study.

 

Top 10 Coaching Centers for JEE Main Preparation

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JEE Main Preparation Plan for upcoming five months

JEE Main will witness major changes from 2019. JEE Main will be a completely online exam which will be conducted twice a year. It will be conducted in January and April. NTA has released complete exam schedule for both sessions. There are still 5 months for the April session. You must have JEE Main preparation plan to make the best use of the upcoming exam.

Read how the new exam pattern will affect the number of JEE Main droppers

When you are preparing for JEE Main January session, you must complete your entire syllabus in time and keep the last 2 months only for practicing mock testsDuring January session, you will have to prepare for boards and JEE Main together, so you need to put in extra efforts.For this, you must have an in-depth knowledge of the syllabus.

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