With more than 2 lakh JEE Main aspirants every year, competition to clear the exam is high. From this year JEE Main will be conducted twice a year, so more aspirants will appear for it. The exam usually takes place around the time when boards are conducted. Hence, you need preparation tips and toppers’ guidance to score well in the exam.
Among the many preparation tips that you will read here, the primary tip is to practice NCERT books for the exam. JEE Main questions are dominantly asked from class 12th books, and the previous year question papers. By practicing these papers, you get a fair idea about the important sections, weightage of various sections, and your preparation status.
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Preparation tips vary from person to person. We should always remember that the preparation tips are considered successful when they are implemented well. So, while following any tips, make sure you are able to follow them and the goals you set are achievable. JEE Main syllabus is vast and you need to study for class 12th boards as well. So, you can go through important formulas helpful in JEE Main which would simplify your preparation.
Quick Preparation Tips
- At the beginning of the day, make a fresh time table according to the syllabus
- Allot a specific time for each subject and follow it religiously
- Use the best study material which solves your problem, rather than complicating it
- At the end of the day, keep 1 hour for revision of everything you did in a day
- Make short notes of the key points for every chapter you learn each day
- Do written practice of difficult sections, you would not forget them
- Once all your syllabus is done, practice mock tests to know your preparation
- Focus on the weak sections and re-practice Previous Year Question Papers
- A day before the exam, just go through your notes
Preparation Tips for JEE Main 2019
There are lots of preparation tips to qualify for JEE Main 2019. Most of them are following:
- Join Online Coaching/Offline-Coaching
- Proper Reading
Some important preparation tips are mentioned below-
- All 3 (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) subjects are important, so you have to work equally on them
- You must do written practice of the derivations from Physics. Read important Physics derivations here.
- Last two months are crucial time for preparation and during this time you should just revise
- Keep your notes handy so that you can revise any topic anytime
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Again you have a different scenario:
- Either you decide to read all subject daily basis by dividing the time period
- Either you can decide read all the subject 1 or 2 days within a week
- Either you can decide read all the subject 1 or 2 weeks within months
Plan for each Subject:
Make a formula cheat sheet which is helpful during your revise team make a habit to revise that formula on a daily basis.
- Practice more and more helpful to get the answer quickly.
- Avoid the habit to attend lengthy question at the last moment.
- Concentrate your mind on your strong areas.
We can say it’s too tough or too easy subject but give you a chance for achieving more marks.
- For the inorganic part, you should have to focus on basic conceptual parts.
- For s, p, the d block elements periodic table is most helpful resources.
- For the organic part, you have to prepare a chart of all helping reaction and reactant.
Practice, practice, and practice are the “Mul Mantra” for qualifying mathematics section.
- Prepare a Formula sheet and make a habit revising of that sheet by daily basis.
- 32% question is easy, 58% question is from middle level and 10% are difficult can be solvable but you have more practice on those question which you can get the answer.
The below-given table clearly shows you the ratio of question coming on the exam.
|Units, Dimensions, Errors, Experiments||2||1||2|
|New ton’s Laws and Friction||0||1||1|
|Work, Power & Energy||2||0||1|
|System of Particles||1||2||1|
|Gravitation, Rotational Mechanics||2||2||2|
|Properties of Matter||0||1||4|
|Mechanical Waves and Sound||2||1||1|
|Ray Optics, Wave Optics||3||3||3|
|Heat and Thermodynamics||3||3||2|
|Atomic Structure and Classification||1||2||2|
|States of Matter||1||1||3|
|Chemical & Ionic Equilibrium||1||1||0|
|Chemical Kinetics & Nuclear
|General Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-I||6||3||3|
|Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-II||0||2||3|
|Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-III||1||1||2|
|Chemistry of Representative Elements||6||7||5|
|Coordination Compounds & Organometallics||2||1||1|
|Sets, Relations and Functions||1||1||2|
|Limits, Continuity & Differentiability||2||3||1|
|Application of Derivatives||2||1||2|
|Indefinite Integrals, Definite
Integrals & Area under the Curve
|Cartesian coordinates & Straight Line||1||2||2|
|Quadratic Equations, Inequalities, Progressions||3||3||4|
|Binomial Theorem, Exponential & Logarithmic Series||1||1||1|
|Permutation & Combination||1||1||0|
|3-D Coordinate Geometry||2||2||2|
|Differential Equations & Properties of Triangles||1||1||1|
|Trigonometric Ratios, Equations & Inverse Circular Function||1||1||1|
|Heights and Distances||1||1||1|
|Matrices & Determinants||2||2||2|
|Statics & Dynamics||0||0||0|