There is now about a month and a half left in the JEE Main exam for admission to IITs and Engineering Institute. In such a situation, students can pay attention to the topics which have been considered boring or have not given much attention yet. At the same time, there are some students who, after completing the preparation in lockdown, are now strengthening their JEE Main Preparation. In such a situation, the managing partner of FIITJEE Jaipur Dhruv Kumar Banerjee Telling children about preparation planning and some tips before appearing in the exam
Choose examination session according to your convenience
According to expert Dhruv Kumar Banerjee, students can appear in the exam 2 or 3 times out of the four according to their preparation. Apart from this, he can also take all four sessions. Students who have not completed their JEE Main Preparation in the lockdown, they can appear in the last appearance of the exam. At the same time, the student whose preparation has been completed, he can appear in the examination to be held in February.
Wise revision of chapter and topic: –
Physics is a conceptual subject, in which concepts matter a lot. In addition to the physics of 12th students should also read Physics of 11th. One of the top mechanics is very important. At the same time, semi-conductor topic students in modern physics seem boring at first, but it is quite interesting if read with a practical approach.
In JEE Main, questions will be asked from the three subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. In such a situation, revise all subjects and chapter wise according to the date of examinations. Make a list of short notes and formulas. These notes will help in quick revision before exams.
How to prepare
1) Repeat the formula as much as possible
Read the notes you have prepared for JEE Main Preparation. Keep repeating the formula of subjects like physics, chemistry more and more. During the exam, students are often unable to solve the question due to some formula.
2) Practice is the most effective way
There is not much time in exam now, so practice more and more of the topics you have studied. Keep repeating the subjects as much as possible and also read the question bank carefully. At least solve question paper of last 10 years.
3) Prepare for NCERT books
Keep in mind that the minimum and sufficient study material for JEE is 12th course only. So repeat the course thoroughly and read the NCERT books as much as possible.
Follow these tips for preparation-