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which are the most scoring topics , which one must study? what to study one day before examination ?

6 years ago

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Rinkoo Gupta
askIITians Faculty
80 Points
							

The topic-wise division of the questions asked in JEE Main-2013 is tabulated below:

S. No.

Topic

Number of questions asked in JEE Main 2013

1.

Coordinate Geometry

7

2.

Limits, Continuity and Differentiability

3

3.

Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations

3

4.

Integral Calculus

3

5.

Sequences and Series

2

6.

Trigonometry

2

The table clearly shows that Coordinate Geometry is the most important topic of the mathematics syllabus

The topic-wise break-up of questions asked in JEE is as follows:

S. No.

Topic

Number of questions asked in JEE Main 2013

1.

Current Electricity

8

2.

Electrostatics

4

3.

Optics

3

4.

Laws of Motion

2

5.

Simple Harmonic Motion

2

6.

Waves

2

Current electricity is the most important topic of IIT JEE Physics. It always fetches a good amount of questions. In 2013, 8 questions were asked from this topic. Electrostatics is also an important topic which easily draws 4-5 questions.

7.

Heat and Thermodynamics

S. No.

Topic

Number of questions asked in JEE Main 2013

1.

Periodic Table and Representative Elements

3

2.

Transition Element and Coordination Chemistry

3

3.

Gaseous State

2

4.

Atomic structure

2

5.

Solution and Colligative Properties

2

6.

General Organic Chemistry

2

7.

Hydrocarbons

1

8.

Amines

2

9.

Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives

1

10.

Carbohydrate, Amino Acids and Polymer

1

2

Periodic Table is the simplest and the most scoring topic. Three questions were asked from this topic in JEE Main 2013. The topic of transition element and coordination chemistry is also equally important. JEE takers are advised to focus on these two areas. Other areas which also demand equal attention include gaseous state, atomic structure, solution and colligative properties etc. Though, in the year 2013 just 1 question was asked from each of the sections hydrocarbons, carboxylic acids and derivatives and carbohydrate, amino acids and polymer, but these sections are also important. If you consult the IIT JEE papers of previous years you will get to know that even these topics fetch several questions.


How to Study the Night Before a Test

Eat somebrain food.

And brain food is definitely not Cocoa Puffs. Scramble up some eggs for dinner, followed by a few bites of dark chocolate. Boost your brain's workability by giving it what it needs to function properly. Plus, by eating something before you begin studying, you'll be less tempted to get hungry (and distracted) and quit studying early.

Prepare for other physical needs.

Go to the bathroom. Get a beverage. Dress comfortably, but not too cozily (you don't want to end up falling asleep.) Get all the ants out of your pants by running down the street and back. I'm serious. Prepare your body as much as you can for the sit-down study session ahead of you, so you have no excuses to get up and go somewhere.

Organize your study materials.

Get all the materials that relate to the test you're taking – notes, handouts, quizzes, book, projects – and lay them neatly out on your desk, floor, or bed, so you can see what you have to work with.

Set a timer for 45 minutes.

You're going to study in 45-minute increments followed by 5-minute breaks. If you try to study indefinitely for hours and hours, your brain will overload and you'll have to work toregain your focus on studying. It's better to have smaller goals with mini-rewards (the breaks) so you can last as long as is necessary to learn the material. So, set a timer for 45 minutes and get going.

Follow your study guide.

If your teacher gave you study guide, then start learning as much as possible on it. Refer to your notes, handouts, quizzes, book, etc. when you're unfamiliar with an item on the guide. Memorize everything on it, usingmnemonic deviceslike acronyms or a song.

If you didn't get a study guide

then refer to your notes, handouts, quizzes, and book to look for things that may be on the test. Teachers create exams from material already presented to you in class, so your lecture notes are invaluable. Memorize the notes with the mnemonic devices. Didn't take too many notes? Look at the last two pages of each chapter covered on the test, and ask yourself the review questions. Look at the first two pages of each chapter, and learn the basic information about each subtitle. Memorize quiz questions, and items handed to you in class.

Get astudy partnerto quiz you.

Go get your mom/best friend/brother/anyone and have him or her quiz you on the material. Have them fire questions at you and answer quickly, making a list of anything you get stuck on or can't remember. Once you've been quizzed, take your list and study that material over until you've got it.

Make a quick review list.

Write down all your mnemonic devices, important dates, and quick facts on one sheet of paper, so you can refer to it tomorrow morning before the big test.

Get some sleep.

Nothing will make you doworseon a test than pulling an all-nighter. Trust me on this. You may be tempted to stay up all night and cram in as much as is possible, but by all means, get some sleep the night before. When it comes to testing time, you won't be able to recall all the info you learned because your brain will be functioning in survival mode.

Sneak peeks at your review list

throughout the day until testing time comes around – when you're going to your locker, when you're waiting for the teacher to start talking, on your way to lunch, etc. PUT THE REVIEW SHEET AWAY before the test. You don't want to risk getting a zero for cheating after all the time you put into studying!

Thanks & Regards

Rinkoo Gupta

AskIITians Faculty

6 years ago
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