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I’m an IIT JEE 2010 aspirant [ and a student of ASKIITIANS ] , plus I go to an institute also. Now , just 6 months are left and out of that 1.5 months will be used up for the 12 th boards. I’m sure of completing all my portions by mid December only . I have also joined for BMAT test series [Brilliant Tutorials].PLEASE ADVICE ME AS TO HOW TO SPEND THE LAST 2 MONTHS EFFECTIVELY like Revision , Mock Tests , Doubt clearance [PCM] , Effective Strategy to not waste a single second .


10 years ago

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AskiitiansExpert Milanshu
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hey,

nice to hear that you are preparing for JEE.

Now the problem which you are asking is faced by almost every student who is preparing for JEE seriously. So there is no need to panic about this problem.

for revision of the course that you have already done is very tedious task.

since so far what you have studied is mostly the part of 11th and little bit of 12th. And major part of course has to be completed by your coaching (assuming you are going for coaching).

So it is very important that you start doing you revision work daily but make sure that you first complete your daily work then go for revision. At this time 1 hour per day for revision is sufficient, along with your regular studies.

And slowly and slowly increase the no of hours for revision as the burden from your coaching come down.

Make sure you revise all the important concept in each subject. Also give equal importance to each subject.

for chemistry, specially for organic and inorganic, make sure that you keep on revising the course, mainly reagents, otherwise it will create a big problem at the end.

it is very good that you have decided the deadline for the revision of complete course. But try to extend you deadline little bit otherwise your schedule will going to be damn hectic. Atleast make it mid of Jan. Also make sure when you prepare for you boards in the month of feb, give little bit time for JEE course also, 2 hour a day is sufficient enough.

 

best of luck for your exam

 

10 years ago
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