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Preparation tips and study plan for JEE Mains


I will start with congratulating you to start preparing for IIT JEE. IIT JEE is the entry ticket to the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, the most desired Engineering college in India. Every year Lakhs of students compete for few thousand seats hoping to pursue engineering from the best in class.

Cracking JEE Mains is not an easy task. You have taken the first step, that is making up your mind about what you want to pursue, this brings us to the next question, that is, How? Don’t worry, I will try my best to share with you all the important tips and tricks that will help you in your preparation journey.

Before the preparation strategy, one should understand the selection process:

Selection into an IIT is a two-step process: the first stage is JEE Main which is conducted by NTA two times a year first in January and second in April (the timelines might change due to Covid). Last year approximately, 12 lakh candidates appeared in JEE main.

The question paper contains 75 questions comprising 25 questions each of physics, chemistry and Mathematics. Out of the 25 questions, 20 are single choice questions and 5 are integer type. The result of JEE Mains is published in percentile and after normalizing the score of two attempts, a rank is declared.

Approximately top 20 percentile’s advances to the next stage known as JEE Advance, which is the final stage for admission into an IIT. JEE Advance is divided into two exams of 3hr each which is conducted in two shifts, one is the morning shift and the other is the evening shift. This is a more advanced level exam than JEE Mains and tests candidates on core and cross concepts. It comprises of single correct, multiple correct, comprehension based, matrix match based, numerical value based questions. However, the paper patter of JEE Advance is unpredictable, the conducting authority has the right to change the pattern and include new types of questions.

Clearing JEE Mains makes a student eligible for the NIT’s, IIEST, IIIT’s, and other Government funded Technical Institutes (GFTI) based on the rank. Clearing JEE Advance makes a candidate to choose the IIT depending on his/her rank. For securing a seat in the old IIT’s namely, Mumbai, Delhi, , Kanpur, Roorkee , Kharagpur, IIT BHU, Guwahati, and ISM Dhanbad, the candidate must secure a rank under 5000. Nevertheless, New IIT’s are also performing good and a candidate must grab them , if getting an opportunity. The tag of IITian alone is a big mark on your resume and multiplies your brand value. It also helps you securing good jobs in future.

 Now, you are aware of the admission process, let’s talk about the preparation strategy/ tips. Ideal time to prepare for JEE is 2years, but students do clear it in 1year and some take 3-4 years to clear it. Correct mindset and strategy is what makes the difference. It sometimes becomes difficult to sustain the motivation and the zeal to study for 2 continuous years but it also gives you enough time to prepare. Preparing in 1 year helps to maintain the momentum and motivation but it also leads to burnout since you have to cover course of 2 years in a single year. I am not sure, whether you are preparing with 2 years in hands or 1 year in hand, the tips will help you in both the cases.

 

Planning is a crucial step when it comes to tackling big problems. So, We at ClearExam have come up with the Best Preparation Strategy for you to crack JEE Mains 2021. Follow these tips for your JEE Mains Preparation.



The first step is deciding which coaching institute to join:  
You can choose not to join any coaching institute and do self-study but I always recommend to join a coaching institute as it makes your life much simpler. Coaching aids the preparation of the aspirants in multiple ways: It provides you with quality material, study environment, peer learning, faculty aids, tests and daily sheets. The students are also notified regarding the latest exam pattern, notifications etc. Also, a proper study plan is in place when you are enrolled in a coaching and also get support from faculties. If not coaching, then at least the students must enrol themselves in a proper test series.

Here are few pointers to select the best coaching institute:

  1. Proximity to home: I am from Delhi, and my priority was to stay at home and then prepare. I had seen so many cases of students going to Kota and places far away from their home to study and eventually end up getting distracted and not scoring well.
  2. Teaching Pedagogy: How the faculties teach? Do they focus more on theory or practical
  3. Past results: How many selections in IIT in previous years. What is the conversion rate i.e., let’s say the institute has 100 students out of which 10 converts an IIT than the conversion rate will be 10%. Better the conversion rate, the better the institute
  4. Study Material and test series: How is the study material? Is it detailed and provides a proper solution to the problems? What is the level of test series? Is it at par, below par, or above par?
  5. Experience of Faculty: What Is the experience of faculties in teaching. Are they new or experienced?
  6. Peer reviews:What do the students who have already passed out or are currently studying, say about the institute?
  7. Cost: What is the cost? Is it affordable?

 

Next important tip for JEE Advance and Mains preparation is building CONCENTRATION/FOCUS:
This is where the game changes. Concentration is must to focus on studies and bring out good results. For understanding concepts you need to invest some continuous time which becomes difficult for most of the students. To attain good concentration, limit the use of all smart gadgets like phone, laptop, TV etc. You can fix some time to use social media and DO NOT study with your phone near you. If possible switch it off for the time period you are studying. Few tips to build concentration:

  • Uninstall games and social media apps
  • Sleep enough. 6-7 hours of sleep is sufficient
  • Eat healthy and do breathing exercises. Energy draining exercises are not advised rather go for Yogic exercises. Yoga and meditation increases your concentration and focus and also makes you feel refreshed. Assign just 15-20 min per day to Yoga and you will see the changes over a due course of time.
  • Study is a quiet place
  • Stick your target or goal sheet in front of you so that in case you get distracted, you can come back on track

Once you have decided your coaching institute, the next JEE preparation tip is to prepare a study plan or time table. The study plan should be realistic and should not be fancied. It’s really important to know about your strengths and weakness beforehand. A student should not plan for 16 hr study in a day if he/she is already not in the habit of the same. Devise a plan keeping in mind your efficiency, if you are confident of studying 5 hrs in a day than the initial plan should be mapped in 5hrs and then gradually one should try to improve the sitting hours.

Also, it’s really important to identify which time of the day you have best efficiency. Some students prefer waking up early and then studying while some burn the night oil and prefer studying late night. Talking about study plan, we often tend to skip breaks from it. Study breaks are as important as studying. Breaks help you recover and recharge. I want do draw an analogy of a mobile phone here, just as a mobile phone needs charging after it is exhausted, similarly a human needs to recharge himself after a certain point. I prefer following 6:1 rule, i.e., 6 days study and 1 day break to recover/recharge

Also, preparing a timetable does not mean that it has to be followed 100%. Sometimes, it happens that you are not able to match your time table and that is completely fine. Time tables and study plans keeps you conscious about your goals and keeps you on the track but not fulfilling the time table completely does not mean that you are off track, it simply means that the time table is not well thought off or maybe there are some external factors which are preventing you from following it. If you are continuously not able to keep pace with the study plan, than you need to introspect and redo the study plan. Following what is taught in the class and doing class assignments and material religiously is in itself 75% of the preparation. If you have enrolled in a coaching institute, just keep pace with the class topics.

Next important thing is knowing the syllabus of each subject that is physics, chemistry and Mathematics.  This allows students to know what to prepare before how to prepare for JEE.

 

The next important JEE preparation tip is revision:
Revisions play a key role in your preparation. The syllabus is huge and there are so many concepts and formulae to cover. If proper revisions are not done than the past concepts start fading away and It increases pressure on a student. Prepare different notebook for every subject and highlight the main concepts/formulae of that subject in the notebook. While doing revision quickly revise the concepts and formulae and quickly solve few questions to be confident in the topic/subject. A student should mark questions which he she finds difficult or tricky while studying and use those questions to revise the topic. Since chemistry is a subject which is more theoretical and have a lot of material to learn, student should regularly revise Chemistry. Later in the part I will discuss in detail about subject wise study plan.

 

Next key part of the preparation is test series:
 Almost every coaching conducts its All India test series, which is a national level test series and you get a chance to compete with the best of the crowd. These test series are prepared in line with the latest paper patter and also gives you the complete exam environment. One common mistake that students make it is that they wait for their course to complete before enrolling in the test series. Believe me, you don’t have to complete your course to start writing test series, practically the course never gets complete, one should always try to maximise the score with the knowledge he/she has. This is an art which comes with practice. If you are giving test and your course is not complete, you might score low but it will build your exam temperament. Also, even the topper does not attempt the complete paper, some questions are meant to be left.  What matters is accuracy, If you are attempting 20 questions out of 75 and have a 90% accuracy, that means you are good with the topics you have learnt and it adds to your motivation.

 

Next step after giving a test is Test Analysis:
So, the next JEE preparation tip is analysing your test. A student should re attempt the paper and try to figure out where he/she went wrong and why did he/she went wrong. Also, there are many ways to solve one question. A student should know multiple approaches to solve a question, this opens up your mind and make you an active thinker. The conventional approaches can sometimes be time consuming and therefore to be amongst the top scorers, one should know tricks and different ways of solving questions. Also, during analysis one should stay true and try the questions before seeing solutions. I usually advise students to mark the questions which went wrong or which were not doable during exam and practice them 2-3 times.

Apart from tests, solve previous year JEE mains and advance question papers to get an idea of the exam pattern and difficulty of the questions asked. Solving previous year question paper is the best source of learning and motivating oneself. Once you are able to solve previous year questions, it automatically works as a morale booster and motivates you to keep going. Once you will keep engaging yourself in solving paper, it will make you very well acquainted with the pattern and difficulty level of the exam.

 

The next important JEE tip is regarding Study material:  
 There is vast material available in the market to prepare for JEE Mains and Advance. Referring too many books/sources leads to time wastage and confuses a student. Here, I will mention few of the best sources for preparation for JEE Advance and Mains.

  1. NCERT: NCERT books are must. Although the difficulty of questions is low but a student must religiously complete all the NCERT books as it also prepares student for 12th Board exams along with JEE Mains and Advance. All examples and questions of the book must be solved for better conceptual clarity
  1. Coaching study material: Almost every coaching institute’s study material is curated by very experienced faculties and therefore it is one of the best source to refer to for study. Usually, the coaching material have a lot of questions in each chapter ranging from easy to difficult category and a student must religiously complete it.
  1. Other books to refer to for each subjects are:
  1. Physics: HC Verma, NCERT, Irodov, Resnick Halliday Krane
  2. Chemistry: Some portions from Paula Bruice, Solomons, J.D. Lee, Bruce Mahan, Vogel
    1. For Physical Chemistry : P. Bahadur
    2. For Organic Chemistry : M.S. Chauhan
    3. For Inorganic Chemistry : O.P. Tandon (only problems)
  3. Mathematics: Das Gupta subjective, Arihant skills in Mathematics.

 

 Another important JEE preparation tip is to “Stay Curious” : Staying curious concept applies best to physics more than chemistry and Mathematics. The concepts of physics are all around us and easily relatable. To enhance your learning experience try to relate the theoretical concepts with real life scenarios.

 

Subject wise preparation tip for JEE Mains and Advance


Each subject that is Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics is equally important and one should devote equal attention to each subject.

Mathematics

Mathematics require both understanding the theory and practicing a lot of questions. After understanding the concepts/theory, aspirant must go for practicing questions. One common mistake that students tend to do is solving 100’s of question of the same type. This is not a good approach, it’s always advised to practice quality of questions than quantity of questions. There is no use If you solve 100’s of question of the same type, practice few and if you are feeling comfortable than move to different type of question. The only way to master maths and develop better math fluency is by practising. Always follow a bottom up approach i.e., first do the conceptual/ direct formula based. Questions and then dive into more advanced questions. Also, its advised to study theory of a small section and solve questions related to it rather than mugging up entire chapter and then solving questions at once.

When you come across a question, try to figure out the topic it is from, e.g., if you have a line equation y=mx+c then most probably the question will involve coordinate geometry concepts. Then try to formula or concept that can be applied in the question. Few questions are pretty straight forward but few questions involve multiple concepts, like a question might involve concepts of geometry, coordinate geometry, mensuration and trigonometry. Using multiple concepts in a question comes via practice, therefore practice is the only key to master mathematics. One very important JEE preparation tip that applies to all the three subjects is that you don’t have to love any topic to an extent that you are not able to skip it during exam conditions. It happens many times that the most difficult question is framed from the topic which you love the most and during exam it becomes difficult for a student to skip it. Therefore, skipping difficult questions is as important as attempting the easier ones first.

Important topics to be covered: Master inter-relationship between various topics. Coordinate Geometry, Vectors, Permutation and Combinations, probability, Trigonometry and Calculus

 

Past few years JEE MAINS topic wise questions:

Mathematics

Topic

2015

2016

2017

2018

Sets & Relation

0

0

0

1

Trigonometry

1

0

1

0

Inverse-trigonometry

1

0

0

0

Trigonometry Ratio and Identity

0

1

0

1

Trigonometry Equation

0

1

0

1

Quadratic Equation

1

1

1

0

Height and Distance

0

0

1

0

Complex Number

1

1

1

1

Sequence & Series

2

2

1

2

Binomial Theorem

2

1

1

1

Permutation and Combination

1

1

1

1

Probability

1

1

3

1

Co-ordinate Geometry(2-D)

1

0

0

0

Co-ordinate Geometry (3-D)

2

2

2

2

Vector

1

1

1

1

Matrices & Determinants

2

2

2

2

Straight Lines

1

1

1

1

Hyperbola

0

1

1

1

Circle

1

2

0

1

Ellipse

1

0

1

0

Parabola, Cirlces

0

0

1

0

Parabola

1

1

0

2

Functions

0

1

2

0

Maxima & Minina 

0

0

0

1

Limit, Contiunity & Differentiability 

0

1

1

2

Tangent & Normal

0

1

0

0

Methods of Differentiation

0

1

1

0

Limit of Function

1

0

0

0

Differentiability

1

0

0

0

Differentiation

0

0

0

0

Fundamentals of Mathematics

0

0

0

1

Application of Derivative

2

1

2

1

Indefinite Integration

1

1

1

1

Definite Integration

1

1

1

2

Area Under Curve

1

1

1

0

Differential Equation

1

1

1

1

Mathematical Reasoning

1

1

1

1

Statics

1

1

0

1

Grand Total

30

30

30

30



Physics

As discussed earlier, physics is one subject which you can relate to the real life scenarios and learn by doing. It requires deep understanding of the subject and you have to solve many questions to be good with the concepts. Develop a clear understanding of all the core concepts and try to avoid rote learning. Prepare a cheat sheet with all the important formulae and tricks and keep it in front of you so that you revise it regularly. Beside from learning the formulae, understanding the derivation is important too. Understanding the derivation will help you in multiple ways, one, it will help you in your school exams as school exams usually asks for derivations. Second, If you somehow forgets the formula during the examination then the derivation can come to your rescue. The next very important tip for physics is to do the study material religiously and also do the topic tests. HC Verma for physics is an amazing book that should be done side by side. Other resources to refer to are Irodov, Resnick Halliday.

Important topics to be covered:  Mechanics, Electrodynamics, Heat, Thermodynamics, Optics and Modern Physics. Thermodynamics is one topic which is common in both physics and chemistry and can be done with due diligence. Thermodynamics is also a subject taught in engineering and it will make your life much easy if you will clear your concepts beforehand.

 

Past few years JEE MAINS topic wise questions:

Physics

Topic

2015

2016

2017

2018

Alternating Current

0

1

0

0

Capacitance

1

1

2

1

Electro Magnetic Field

0

2

1

2

Current Electricity

2

1

3

3

Electro Magnetic Induction

0

0

1

2

Error in Measurement

0

2

0

1

Rigid Body Dynamics

2

2

2

2

Electrostatics

2

1

1

1

Work, Power & Energy

0

2

2

1

KTG & Thermodynamics

2

3

2

2

Centre of Mass

0

0

0

1

Nuclear Physics

0

0

1

1

Calorimetry & Thermal Expansion

0

0

2

0

Rectilinear Motion & Vectors

0

0

1

1

Atomic Physics

0

0

0

2

Circular Motion

0

0

0

1

Friction

0

0

0

1

Elasticity & Viscosity

0

0

1

2

Sound Waves

0

1

1

0

Magnetic Field and Effects on a Current Carrying Conductor

3

0

0

0

String Wave

0

1

0

0

Surface Tension

0

0

1

0

Electromagnetic Waves & Communication

0

2

0

0

Communication

0

0

0

2

Electromagnetic Field

1

0

0

0

E.M.I & AC

2

0

0

0

Heat Transfer

1

0

0

0

Centre of Mass

1

0

0

0

Newton’s Laws of Motion

1

0

0

0

Fluid Mechanics & Properties of Matter

1

0

0

0

Principle of Communication

0

0

1

0

Gravitation

1

1

1

0

Optics

0

0

0

1

Motion in a Straight Line

1

0

0

0

Unit, Dimension & Errors

1

0

0

0

EM Waves & Communication

1

0

0

0

Modern Physics

2

2

3

0

Semi-conductor

0

4

1

1

Geometrical and Physical Optics

2

2

1

0

SHM & Waves

0

0

0

1

Wave Optics

1

1

1

0

SHM

1

1

1

1

String Waves and Sound Wave

1

0

0

0

Grand Total

30

30

30

30



Chemistry

Chemistry is full of bonds, reactions, mechanisms and balancing equations. Get familiar with the notations and terms used in chemistry. Chemistry has a lot to remember like equations, exceptions, block elements etc. Therefore, chemistry requires timely revisions. Also, Chemistry is one of the most scoring section in both JEE Mains and JEE advance since a lot of direct questions are asked from this subject. Chemistry is further divided into two parts that is Organic and Inorganic. Inorganic chemistry is generally more scoring than Organic chemistry.

For effective learning you may adopt the following strategy: First mentally divide the chapter into 3 or 4 segments. Then read around a page of recall it without seeing and read it again. So page by page, repeat the same procedure for all segments. Then read the whole chapter and then recall and read it again. Now the entire chapter would be in your mind for a long time. This procedure was spread over a week or two and not one day effort. After learning you should also revise by reading chapters again by recalling as and when time permits.

 

Past few years JEE MAINS topic wise questions:

 

Chemistry

Topic

2015

2016

2017

2018

Chemical Bonding

2

2

2

4

Hydrogen & Its Compounds

0

1

0

0

p-block

0

0

0

2

S-blcok

0

0

2

0

p-block & S-block

3

2

0

0

Periodic Table & Periodicity

1

1

1

0

d-block & f-block

1

2

0

0

Coordination Compounds

0

2

1

2

Metallurgy

0

1

0

1

Qualitative Analysis

0

1

1

0

General Organic Chemistry

0

2

1

2

Bimolecules

0

1

1

1

Carbohydrates, Amino Acids and Polymers

0

1

1

0

Environmental Chemistry

0

1

1

1

Hydrocarbon (Alkane, Alkene & Alkyne)

0

3

0

0

Atomic Structure & Nuclear Chemistry

0

1

1

0

Ionic Equilibrium

0

0

1

4

Chemical Equilibrium

0

1

0

1

Transition elements & co-ordination

3

0

0

0

GOC-2

2

0

0

0

Alkyl Halide, Alcohol & Ether, Carbohydrate,Amino Acids & Polymers

4

0

4

2

Carboxylic Acid & their derivative, Aldehydes & Ketones

3

0

0

0

Aromatic Compounds

0

0

1

2

Grignard Reagent, Reduction, Oxidation & Hydrolysis

0

0

1

1

Carbonyl Compounds

0

0

1

0

Practical Organic Chemical

1

2

0

1

Atomic Structure

1

0

0

0

Gaseous State

1

1

0

1

Equilibrium

2

0

0

0

Mole concept

1

0

3

0

Thermodynamic & Thermochemistry

1

1

2

1

Chemical Kinetics

1

1

1

1

Electrochemistry

1

0

1

1

Solution & Colligative Properties

0

1

1

1

Surface Chemistry

0

2

1

0

Solid state

1

0

1

1

Solutions

1

0

0

0

Grand Total 

30

30

30

30


The next JEE Mains preparation tip is Time Management:

Above all, time management is the key to cracking IIT JEE. A student has to cope up with school curriculum and also prepare for the competitive exams which makes the life a bit tough and thus time management becomes crucial. One who is able to manage his/her time properly, wins this race. So, how to manage time effectively? One has to cut loose from the distractions and remain focused. Time table and proper schedule comes handy in time management. Prepare a realistic to do list of daily, weekly, bi weekly targets. Try to follow the schedule until something unavoidable comes up. There is a technique which becomes really handy in time management. In this technique all the tasks are divided in 4 quadrants namely, “High urgency and low importance”, “high urgency and high importance” , “Low urgency and low importance” and “Low urgency and High importance”.


Categorise all the work in the four quadrants. The “High Urgency and High importance” quadrant is to be done first. By categorising all your task you get a clear picture of what has to be done first and it helps in removing confusion. You have to be smart enough to identify what is important and what is urgent for you to use this matrix. This tools helps a lot in managing your time.

Try to utilize fillers in your day. Often it happens that we do not utilize the small fillers that we get in a day, let’s say you live in Delhi and daily travel for 1hr in the metro to and fro from school. Then usually this travelling time is not put to use and it gets wasted. You can use this time to revise your formulae or complete your sleep. One more example can be breaks between periods in school.


Clocking your time:

Both JEE MAINS and JEE Advance are time based tests and require a good level of speed if you want to score good. Always try to clock the time taken to solve a question, initially it can take upto 10-15min but gradually by practicing try to reduce the time. The faster you are, more questions can be attempted by you. Also, if you are practicing any subject than fix some time for the questions, like 20questions in an hour. This way you would not get distracted easily and also maintain a pace. Attempt it like a test, leaving tough questions at first. After the stipulated time is over, stop and check and see your accuracy level. This will tell you about your mistakes and reduce homework or practice time, thus saving time and developing good test temperament.

One another trick which is highly effective in increasing your efficiency is meditating. Fix a time in the day (even 15 min is enough) and meditate during that time. One variation which can be done in this meditation is recalling the concepts and questions taught in the class that day. Doing this, it increases your thinking power, memorizing power, and also increases concentration. You will see remarkable results if this schedule is followed religiously for few months.

One major hindrance during the long preparation is Motivation. Students often tend to loose motivation in between and this is completely normal. You have to figure out ways to stay motivated and work towards your goal. Try these things to stay motivated or uplift your mood:

  • Learn at your own pace. Do not compare yourself with others. Everyone has their own learning speed and therefore some are quick learners and some are slow learners. Learning is all that matters and not speed. Speed can be improved by practice.
  • You are your only competition. Learn from your mistakes and work upon them. Give your best to bring out the best out of you
  • Do not burn out by working excessively hard. Take out time in between to relax and refresh your mood.
  • Make good company who are focussed and also motivates you.
  • Watch motivational videos, success stories of big personalities. Also, watch interviews of previous year JEE converters. The stories helps a lot to motivate. The end goal is to be happy and continuously work towards your goals.
  • If you are living in any of the city which has an IIT, then go and visit it. See it from outside and imagine yourself studying in it. I can guarantee you will get goosebumps imagining that.
  • When you are unable to catch up; talk to someone, teachers are the best go-to person for such advice. Talk to your friends and family.

 

Now let me summarise all that we have discussed:


  1. Identify the best coaching according to your convenience and have faith in your faculties
  2. Be curious, ask as many questions as you want
  3. Prepare a time table according to your capacity and try to adhere to it.
  4. Limit the use of distractors like mobile phones, movies, laptop etc. Use them just to improve your mood
  5. You are your only competition. Aim to learn from your mistakes and improve gradually
  6. Breaks are important too, study hard but don’t forget to enjoy
  7. Be attentive and regular in class and make good notes. Also, do revise your notes daily
  8. Don’t forget about your Board examinations. Especially in class 12th, focus on Board as well
  9. Focus on completing NCERT books of class 12th. This will help you compete well in boards and will also prepare a base for JEE MAINS
  10. Utilize your breaks to do something productive
  11. Make a habit of Meditation
  12. Enrol in a good test series and attempt all the tests (full length and topic wise) diligently. After giving a test, spend good amount of time in analyzing your test
  13. Have a good friend circle, do not fall for bad company
  14. Keep yourself motivated
  15. Always clock your speed. Try to solve more questions in less time
  16. Revision is must. Keep doing periodic revisions to engrave the concepts in your mind.
  17. Do not leave any topic. Atleast prepare basics of the chapter in which you are not comfortable. Sometimes it happens that the easiest question in the exam is framed from the topic you don’t like and you would not like to miss on easy questions.
  18. Do not refer to multiple books at a time. Refer only one material at a time. After completing one, you can switch to the different one
  19. Stay healthy and dream Big.

 

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