please give me iitjee preparation guide

please give me iitjee preparation guide

Grade:Upto college level

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AskiitianExpert Shine
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13 years ago


Choosing the right topics for maximum study is very important not only for clearing JEE but also for getting a high rank. Lots of topics in JEE syllabus require a huge lot of time, incomparable to that required by other topics. Spending too much time on these topics and ignoring other topics leads to drastic failure in rank.Lots of topics in JEE are very easy and are of NCERT level.The key to topping JEE is to maximize your scoring in these topics which boosts the rank. Many such topics require considerably less time and is much much less than the time required by certain other topics with proportionate marks.You should spend more time on these topics and try to earn full marks in such topics.I list a few of these topics:

MODERN PHYSICS AND ELECTRONICS :most of the questions easy and similar to past JEE questions.

WAVE OPTICS :most of the questions are similar to past JEE questions

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY AND GENERAL CHEMISTRY :most of the questions are of NCERT level and are simple.

SOLID STATE :Most of the questions are very easy.

PROBABILITY AND DIFFERENTIATION :most of the questions are simple and NCERT level.

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS :most of the questions are similar to past JEE questions.

By spending legible time on these topics ,the scoring in JEE will be boosted and only will you clear JEE but also get a high rank.But beware , don't neglect there other topics. In topics like mechanics, electricity , physical chemistry and analytical geometry , if the concepts are clearly understood then many of the questions pertaining to these topics can be easily handled.Self-study is the most important part of your preparation. Even if you join a coaching class, it is your effort which will take you through the exam. The teachers can only guide you. However, there are some things you should keep in mind. Relevance of what you stud is very important. If the JEE syllabus does not specify a particular topic, it will not really help you to read that topic. To get a feel of what type of questions are asked, you can refer to some papers from the past few years. The books that are used for preparation are more or less standard. Resnick Halliday, HC Verma, Morrison Boyd, P. Bahadur, J.D. Lee, M.L. Khanna etc. are generally the books you will be told to refer.

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