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Headshot to JEE in just 30 days

It is probable that you simply are learning with a mean motivation for a minimum of one year currently. Albeit you have not been, this strategy would be beneficial for you and you would take pleasure in it. If you have been learning for an extended amount with full concentration you'll still prefer to have an amendment to your strategy a little with this routine and extract the gains there from.  To place it in context, this strategy is beneficial for all aspirants.

Time left

Time leftIf we have a tendency to begin the count from the 25th of November and assume the board exams to take the full of March then the overall study time is almost sixty seven days up to January 31st, 2015. We will safely assume that entire February is going to be used for preparation of the board examination by you. When the board examination is over, you'd get 3-4 days in March and half dozen days in April before JEE MAIN PEN AND PAPER mode. Candidates choosing the pc based Paper shall get few more days. Thus there are 5(November) + 31(December) + 31(January) +3 - 4(March) + 6(April) =76-77 days for preparation of the same competitive examination.

However there's another issue. Pre-board exams also are held in the months of December - January. Thus if another one month’s duration is deducted from 76 - 77 days we are left with only 45 - 46 days. Out of this, you need to devote around five days for the preparation of the pre-board examination that diminishes our schedule to 40 - 41days. Do not panic about the pre-board exam since you can use the intermediate gaps in the date-sheet and moreover it is more important to prepare for the ultimate goals of performing better in board exam and in JEE MAIN and JEE ADVANCED that follows after that.

Now we are in a position to safely assume that the available time left is at least 40 days and so now you should move on to plan the 40-day crash course for JEE MAIN. Getting good marks in your boards and JEE MAIN is crucial because that will ensure you a berth in JEE ADVANCED. Since there is a good span of time between the announcement of result of JEE MAIN and date of JEE ADVANCED, you will have more time to study for JEE ADVANCED later.

Allotment of time per subject

Allotment of time per subjectIf you remove out last ten days, that is, after board exams and before JEE Mains, for revision of vital points and formulae, you're left with thirty days and average time per subject concerning is ten days. You can modify your schedule in any of the following ways:

  • In a day you may study all the three subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics by dividing equal time to all the three subjects.

  • You may allow an entire day for a subject and change the subject next day.

  • But what we would like to suggest that you allot at least 2 days in a row to either Physics or Chemistry and then 1 day to Mathematics and then again 2 days to Chemistry or Physics. The reason behind this pattern is to make effective headway in Physics or Chemistry. You derive more satisfaction out of your studies when you cover bigger chunks of the syllabus. Moreover the idea behind giving less time to Mathematics is that you can prepare this subject even while preparing for the board examination. Let us assume that when you are preparing ‘Determinants’ for your board exam you may first solve all the questions from your text book and then just by extending the span a little bit you can go for solving more questions on the topic from your coaching modules or previous year IIT JEE/ AIEEE question papers.

Hour of the day for various subjects

We would typically prefer to advise the scholars to review the theoretical subjects in the morning hours for subjects which need more concentration. Chemistry suits this slot best. Hours in which you feel tired can be assignment to Maths since it involves some writing and this subject has the power to stay you perpetually excited and interested. Physics could also be assigned the remainder of the time. However bear in mind that morning hours are the best to study comparatively tougher things and so these must be used for the portions you are weak at.

Strategy for various subjects

Work hard on all three domains but gain expertise in your strongest portion: So as to crack JEE, one has to work on all 3 subjects i.e. physics, chemistry and maths, however once you have worked sufficiently on all 3 subjects, strengthen your favorite space. If your favorite subject is maths, then estimate most potential samples of maths as this can facilitate in increasing your rank in JEE. But, before this, be sure that you are competent enough to crack questions from all three sections in order to get through JEE.  

Course completion or revision 

Majority of the students are left with some or the other portion of course when just one month is left for the JEE. In such a scenario, there are two options: either you cover the remaining syllabus or you revise the syllabus that has been already covered. At this crucial moment, you should not think twice and just proceed with your revision. You are more likely to obtain better scores in the JEE Main if you have revised the covered syllabus rather than trying to cover the remaining part.

Meticulous Planning

Several students work in a very exhausting manner however they still fail to realize their goals. This can be as a result of the way they study; it may be because they study in an exceedingly haphazard manner. With only one month in kitty, your success can rely upon how effectively you arrange your resources. All three subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Math are equally important for the JEE. So now that just 30 days are left, ideally there are 10 days available for each subject.

Strategy for Different Subjects 

Strategy for Different Subjects Now that just 30 days are left for the JEE Main, the aspirants must make sure that they have prepared thoroughly from the NCERT textbooks. We consider all the three subjects one by one:

  • Physics: As you go through a particular topic, pen down the important formulae and results. These results come very handy especially on the eve of final exam. Practice as many questions as you can but keep in mind the availability of time. At this crucial juncture, students should avoid getting trapped in lengthy and complicated problems. Instead, focus on your strong areas. Remember, every second counts and so you cannot dare to waste even a single second! Once you are done with the NCERT you may now practice questions from HC Verma and Resnick Halliday. But, do so only if you have referred these books earlier. Else, at this point, do not refer any new book.

  • Chemistry: CBSE textbooks must be revised thoroughly. They not only cover maximum syllabus but also provide detailed explanation of the topics. The exercises given at the end of chapters must also be solved completely. Once done with the CBSE, the aspirants may switch to other books like Morrison Boyd. But covering more books is not as important as having a good hold on the concepts. So, make sure that you are able to attempt the questions based on the concepts that have been covered.

  • Mathematics: Students may allot less time to mathematics as compared to Physics and Chemistry as math to some extent is covered in the preparation of boards. Moreover, generally mathematics solutions are remembered more easily as compared to Physics or Chemistry. But, there is no hard and fast rule. It differs from person to person and so students need to identify their strengths and weaknesses and work accordingly.

Refreshment is equally important

Do not bury yourself in the four walls of your room. Plan a morning walk as it increases your concentration. Don’t consider it a waste of time as it in fact increases your output. Take small breaks after revising certain portions. This aids in increasing the retention power by channelizing your energy and keeping your mind fresh.

Mock Tests

Mock TestsPracticing questions from the past year papers is of utmost importance. Since you are left with few days in hand, you could first refer the sample papers to identify the areas from which questions are generally asked. Then chalk out your plan accordingly. Moreover, as you cover some theoretical portion, practice numerous numerical based on the topic. Solve out past year papers as it improves your speed and acts as a rehearsal of the final exam which helps in improving your performance on the final day.

There is no shortcut to success. You have to work hard and now that just one month is left, you need to work even harder. Hard work is the only key to success. Your success in JEE also depends on how strong your concepts are. It is important to have a clear understanding of all the topics covered. Cramming won’t prove useful as the questions asked in JEE are completely application based. 

Some precautions

  • Use web only if it’s pressing as pc heavily fatigues your eyes and brain thereby intake into your effective study time.

  • Use a lot reposeful mechanisms which involves outside activities like taking part in games, talking with friends, morning walk etc. though you should bear in mind that observance of an excessive amount of TV tells upon your eyes and you would feel drowsy.

  •  Do lightweight exercise or Yoga and eat healthy food throughout the preparation time. Don't take a lot of tea or coffee as they increase your nervousness level.

  • Be consistently systematic and planned with the approach you retain your books, notebooks etc. Also don’t forget to compile your notes since finding out these things unbroken is an exceedingly clumsy approach which can eat up your valuable time.

  • The notebooks for 'practical exam' or projects which your school asks you to submit necessarily before the exams must have been prepared long before the exam dates.

So, now that you are left with not even a month in hand, the strategy that you follow in these days can give your life a new direction and can determine your success or failure in this prestigious exam. So, instead of getting anxious, make best possible utilization of every second that is left!

While sitting for the JEE Main 2015, try the theoretical questions first then go on to the numerical. It's an indisputable fact that if you try to attempt certain confident questions at the start then one gains confidence and is crammed with positive energy. This may increase the potency and speed of trying questions. Though students can chose on their own what suits them best.

Morale and determination are the foremost vital factors. Be optimistic and keep your morale high. Nothing is impossible, start getting ready from this moment itself and give it your best shot!

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