Last month preparation strategy for IIT JEE  

Last month preparation strategy for IIT JEE   

 JEE (Joint Entrance Exam) is held for the students to get admission into different engineering courses. Though it is a national level exam, the competition among students is really high. Every year more than 10 lakh aspirants appear for JEE. In the past years, this common entrance exam used to be IIT-JEE and AIEEE but now it has been upgraded to JEE Mains and JEE Advanced. JEE score is the main criteria for admission in Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and National Institute of Technology (NIT).  Some students start preparing for JEE from the beginning of their class 11 whereas some start preparation from their class 12. However, the last month before the JEE seems to be filled with frayed nerves and weakening confidences. In this type of situation, students need a well-planned strategy to follow for the coverage of vital chapters that are necessary to ace the exams. The essential difference is to build the preparation strategy on the basis of subject, covering the most at a minimal timeframe.

Here are some last month preparation strategies that will surely help you to crack JEE exam:

  1. How to score in different subjects:
  • Scoring in Maths: Mathematics can be assigned a lesser time than physics and chemistry as a major portion of maths is covered during the preparation of board. Yet, constant practice is needed to ace this curriculum. Students should focus on the important topics like geometry, algebra and vectors. In the beginning, some questions may sound alien, but rigorous practice will help to have a command on this subject.
  • Scoring in Physics: If your concepts are clear then you can easily solve problems. So try to have a grip on the concepts. While learning a topic it is advised to note down the important formulae, shortcut tricks and results. So that you can use these short notes to have a quick look on the topics day before the exam. As per the availability of time, practice a good number of questions. Don’t waste more than the required time on a specific topic.
  • Scoring in Chemistry: As the NCERT books cover the entire syllabus, students should go through these for the preparation. To completely understand the topics solve the exercises at the end of the chapter. It is advised to practice previous year question papers of JEE as it helps to understand the question pattern.
  1. Track your performance: Don’t compare your performance with other’s performance as the capability to do something varies from person to person. Instead, compare your present performance with your past performance. Try the shortest approach to MCQ/elimination method.
  2. Stay Fit: Do yoga and meditation while preparing for the exam as it helps to boost confidence, poise, power of concentration and peace. Never neglect your health while preparing for your studies.
  3. Syllabus: Keep a printout of the syllabus with you. This will help you a lot during the preparation.
  4. Solve questions: Focus more on solving the problems on your own without checking for the answers. Start with conventional methods of solving, while gradually improving. In short, build your own shortcuts and ways for problem-solving.

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