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JEE-main-2016: Review the last three months prep tips

JEE Main exams of the aspirants for your speed and accuracy. Proper training for both the online and offline modes to answer the exam is also important

Preparation, planning, and strategy, for students, to balance your Class XII board preparation along with JEE preparations.
With only three months left for JEE Main 2016, students will either complete their course or have started the revision and mock tests.
Each test must be followed by an in-depth analysis to know your weaker areas. The following plan will help you prepare.

Month wise plan:
Jan-Feb: This time is important and can be used for revision. Topic-wise plan with key chapters needs to be identified, with the taking of the help of teachers / experts in the event one would like to plug control loopholes.
March April: For students taking board exams, this time should essentially be used for taking mock tests on routes covered by JEE (Main) and JEE (Advanced). Analysis of each paper is important to verify the mistakes you avoid repeating in the current JEE. The time gap between the board's exams is used intelligently, way is subject to the needs of both boards and entrance exams.

For students who are repeaters, consider the systematic revision plan, rigorous testing, concept-wise / chapter-wise along with various mock tests from reliable sources as per-stream patterns of the JEE.

NCERT curriculum is insufficient to clear JEE
Each entrance exam is designed with a specific objective. The curriculum may look similar, but the pattern and level of questions differ in one way or the other. So, you can't afford to pay less attention to all of them. That familiarity with the pattern from each exam will only make it easier to crack. So, proper attention needs to be paid in preparing for each JEE (Main) and JEE (Advanced).

Just solving the NCERT books are insufficient to crack conceptual problems asked in the entrance exam. The questions in the NCERT books are oriented towards the subject examination.

The entrance exams questions Objective type questions that are a mingling of concepts.

For JEE, practice as much as you can from well known sources. This helps in strengthening all the important terms.

For JEE Main, many students tend to think that if you are preparing for JEE Advanced it is enough for JEE Main, but that is wrong.

While preparing for JEE Main you will need to understand additional topics from the CBSE curriculum as well. Also, JEE Main Exams of Aspirants for Your Speed ​​and Accuracy. Proper training for the online and offline modes to answer the exam is also important.

Important topics in physics, chemistry and mathematics
The curriculum of grades 11 and 12 carries about 45 percent and 55 percent of the IIT-JEE assignment sheets, respectively. When you prepare all of the chapters of physics, chemistry, and math, stress can be on the following topics.

mathematics: Quadratic equations and expressions, complex numbers, probability theory, vectors, matrix algebra, circle, parabola, hyperbola in the geometry coordinate system; Functions, limit values, continuity and differentiability, the use of derivatives, definitive integral in calculation.
Tip: try to do as much as possible as quality issues to develop a sound-confidence-level.

physics: Kinematics, Gravitation, Liquids, Heat and Thermodynamics, Waves and Sound, Capacitors & Electrostatics, Magnetism, Electromagnetic Induction, Optics and Modern Physics.
Tip: Practicing quality problems encountered is the key to success in this matter. When the concepts are clear, this topic is all the more interesting.

Chemistry: Coordination Chemistry and Chemical Bonding in Inorganic Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Chemical and Ionic Equilibrium, Mole Concept in Physical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry.

tip: Just go through the journals in general and read NCERT for Inorganic Chemistry. For the organic part, first build up all of the basic concepts and then start doing yourself a lot of exercise. And for the physical part, practice as many numericals as you can.
Students are advised to avoid selective studies in physics, chemistry and mathematics as the number of questions are more in the target papers where there is a blending of the concepts of different subjects.

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Preparation strategy for the last 3 months:
1) The practice of JEE level questions is necessary because it improves your reasoning and analytical ability.

2) Solving the previous years JEE papers will surely give you a reasonably good idea of ​​the kind of questions that will be asked and also make you familiar with the pattern of the paper. However, one must be careful to read the instructions when attempting the actual exam to ensure there is no change in the specimen or the labeling scheme.

3) Remember, it's the quality of the time, not the amount alone. So, take short breaks of five to 10 minutes after every hour or two of serious study. Relax completely when you take a break.

4) the practice of meditation to develop inner calm, balance, confidence and the power of concentration. These are important and will help you on the day of the exam.

5) don't overload yourself. Five to six hours of sleep every night is a must, especially three-four days before going for physical and mental fitness. Short naps can help you regain freshness, but avoid over-sleeping during the day.

6) Speed ​​and accuracy are an important aspect that comes from extensive practice related issues.

7) Always practice time pressure when solving the JEE (main) papers. In math, you use short methods for the calculations, skipping irrelevant steps to save time.

8) JEE (Main) is not difficult, but difficult. The most important thing is the clarity of concepts and regular problem solving practice.

9) Focus on solving the problems on your own. Start using the traditional problem-solving methods but keep improvising and building your own shortcuts and problem-solving opportunities.

10) the speed and strike rate that matter. You need to be quick and precise to get high scores.

11) High-speed with less accuracy can actually ruin your results.

12) Never use a calculator while preparing for the JEE (Main). Being an adept in mental arithmetic can actually increase your speed to a large extent.

13) Choose your questions carefully. If you solve simple and average questions correctly, you can easily get through. You can try to gain difficult merits.

Tips to try and answer the questions in the JEE (main) paper
1) A basic strategy might be not to give up full time in one go on a particular one instead assign some time so you could review that topic all over again. For a three-hour paper with three subjects, students usually usually take an hour each.

It is advisable that you give 40-45 minutes in trying to answer the questions from one topic, you feel confident and move on to the second topic and then the third.

In the remaining time the unresolved question can be checked. This would help in increasing the attempted rate. However, students can develop their own strategy based on your preferences.

Collect and implement tips, win, trust, positive, and you will ass JEE (Main).

- with contributions by Ramesh Batlish, FIITJEE

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