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Ajinkya C Grade: 12
        hi i m ajinkya currently preparing for iit-jee 2010.i study in maharashtra state board.our exams end on the 18th of march but between 8th and 17th of march there are no exams.so almost one month is in my hands before 11th of april.

i want to ask how should i study in this time for iitjee to maximise the marks??
i was strong in mechanics but due to other studies i failed to revise it.also on what topics i should concentrate more (which can be revised in less time) to maximise my marks?? please tell me a strategy for all 3 subjects
thank you
7 years ago

Answers : (1)

Badiuddin askIITians.ismu Expert
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Dear Ajinkya



you should complete your syllabus before your board exam .And after your board exam you should only revise. in that day you  can solve model papers at least one in a day . and study important concepts and revise formulas.And during solving papers in which concept you feel difficulty ,refer books or study material to remove your doubts .


only method to improve your rank is more hard work.

so from now you should give more stress to those topics in which you feel  difficulty. or in which you are not much confident.and at the same time you should keep revising other topic also.Try to solve new question . best method is to first read the theory part completly from the standard text book and study material and then solve "solved examples" ,and them compair your methodology with the solution given in the text book .and see which is less time consuming.  many a time student an solve the problem but the time taken by them is much more which certainly decreses their rank. and after solving these questions refer question of that chapter from previous  papers. and follow these procedure chapter by chapter.and time to time solve sample papers .and  do not waste your time in solving question that are very difficult .Many peaople frame such a question which are not a part of  syllabus.and it is  just a wastage of time.


For iit jeee there is no fixed weitage, it  vary from year to year...
if you will see the pattern of last year papers,then you will find that question were framed in such a way that it include

more than one chaptre. and in whole paper almost entire syllabus are covered .so it is not advisable to leave any topic.

But the important topics are.

Maths:     

calculus, Vectors, Complex numbers, co-ordinate geometry(2D+3D) Quadratic equations.

Physics:   

Optics, Modern physics, Thermodynamics, A/C circuits, Fluid mechanics, Experiments.

Chemistry:

         Solid state, chemical bonding, Aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, Alkenes,
         alkynes, stereo and geometrical isomerism, transition elements, coordiantion compounds,
         electro chemistry, kinetics and equilibrium.


but I will suggest you to cover alll the topics and give more stress on above given topics.

Please feel free to post as many doubts on our discussion forum as you can.
If you find any question Difficult to understand - post it here and we will get you
the answer and detailed solution very quickly.

 We are all IITians and here to help you in your IIT JEE preparation.

 All the best.
 
Regards,
Askiitians Experts
Badiuddin



7 years ago
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