30 Day Strategy To Crack JEE Mains: As a fresh set of candidates start preparing for JEE Mains, here are some tips to help them
Every year, lakhs of students appear for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains to realize their dream of getting admission in specialized engineering institutes like Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). However, less than 20 per cent of these students manage to get into IITs.
A new group of students will again compete with the exams to be held in June and July. As exams approach, students can look forward to short-term strategies that will help them perform at their best. To help with that, here’s a 30-day strategy by Topper Answers:
Avoid Picking up New Chapters
After starting JEE Mains preparation months back, you must have covered a large number of topics by now. It is advised not to take new chapters and focus on what you have studied so far. Choosing new subjects to learn can confuse you further. Also, you will not have enough time to revise it.
Practice Mock Tests
Mock tests are very important to eliminate the fear of exams. JEE Mains is conducted in 2 shifts – from 9 am to 12 noon and from 3 pm to 6 pm. You must attempt mock tests at home in these 2 sessions time for better practice of JEE Mains. Sit in the exam like environment and appear for your mock tests on the same shift timings. Laziness comes in the afternoon and this is exactly the time when you should practice sitting for longer hours. Check mistakes and do detailed analysis for better results.
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NCERT books are one of the primary sources for JEE aspirants and should be studied thoroughly. Revise them adequately in the last few days before the exam. Beyond that, here are some topic-specific tips to keep in mind.
Physics: Write down all the important points and formulas. These come in handy, especially on the eve of exams. Focus on your strong areas and avoid getting bogged down in complicated questions. You can also practice from HC Verma or Resnick Holiday only if you have referred them earlier. Do not refer to multiple or new resources just before the exam.
Chemistry: You can refer to other books like Morrison Boyd. Remember, it is important to get a good grasp of the concepts and not to cover more books. Additionally, you can prepare for cheat sheets to memorize chemical equations and formulas. Cheat sheets are effective and helpful in quickly recalling material.
Mathematics: Candidates are advised to note down the equations and principles chapter-wise and topic-wise in a separate diary, which they can refer to while solving various questions. You can also create flashcards that can help you quickly revise and remember formulas at any moment.
Breaks Are Needed
Avoid burying yourself in books and in the four walls of your house. Go for a walk in the morning and do some breathing exercises. Schedule short breaks in between modified portions. All these are not a waste of time, they will help your retention power and keep your mind fresh.