How to prepare for IIT-JEE examination.- Chemistry, Physics, Maths
Everyone wants to score good in JEE but most common problem is HOW. Mugging up books doesn’t work here. Even after preparing well students end up getting 150 below that is not bad(if you are sure to score good in Advance) but not even good. So is there some specific things that can assure your reputed marks.. Yes!!
Here I share with you some of the keys to success in JEE from my own struggle.
Mains:- Its not a cake walk but not even tough though. All you need is a little smart work and some consistency. To score better
- Revise Repeat Remember:-Revise theoretical topics again and again. Topics like
- In chemistry :- p-block, d-block, coordination compounds, metallurgy, organic chemistry.
- In physics :-morden physics, thermodynamics, lights.
- In maths:- matrices, determinant, statistics, induction, trigonometric formulae.
- Repeat numerical you feel you are weak at. If you see carefully, 75% of the question paper is easy and medium level. Even if you leave the hard ones completely ,you can easily score pretty well. So point is to concentrate one easy and medium level questions.
- Note down your weak points(don’t miss to write down on a paper) and practice as much as you can. If you find a particular type of question tough just solve 50 questions of that type, it will be the easiest topic for you then onwards and also ensures yours 90% chances to solve it correctly in the exam.
- Remember important things or points. See point to be noted is “history repeats”. Questions in JEE repeat and here by ‘repeat’ i don’t mean question as a whole repeat but the concept repeat. They have to judge students to same level every year so if you just remember some important facts or formulas rather than going too deep in some topics, you can increase chances of yours to attempt 3-4 questions correctly( every year 4-6 questions are simple fact based) giving you time and bonus marks.
- Now at the end, dont think JEE as something very different or tough… Its as easy as your Board Exam Paper. Thing that makes a difference is ‘strategy’. So have your own strategy and relax!!