Subject wise JEE preparation
As far as JEE and other engineering entrance exams are concerned, NCERT is necessary but not enough to go with.
The important thing you need to know about JEE is that it is not an impossible exam. It is easy to crack JEE if you are focused, work hard and smart.
The reason why JEE seems like a hurdle is partly because of the real competition out there.
Edignite would offer subject wise preparation tips which would make it easy for you to crack the entrance exam.
Subject wise JEE preparation strategy
This acquires a lot of dedication. Plan your time wisely. You must optimize and filter out the time available and need to fruitfully utilize this time.
Remember that it is okay to make mistakes while practicing. It is only the time that you realize your strengths and weaknesses.
You can find the weightage for each chapter in each subject on the JEE website. If you don’t find time to ace all the chapters, thoroughly prepare a few important chapters such that you will be capable of clearing the cut off marks.
Subject Wise Tips for JEE Preparation
Select a chapter. Thoroughly understand the topics. Immediately solve problems corresponding to the chapters you studied. Being a long gap between theory and practice might lead to forgetting the crucial concepts.
Here is how your subject wise JEE preparation should go.
Understanding the concepts of Physics is extremely simple. The concepts are never intense. There are a handful of mathematical equations that you need to learn how to calculate. Clarity in physics comes from practice. Edignite recommends you to thoroughly study every chapter and solve all the problems in the order they are given. Do not ignore the subjective questions. After you did with this, collect new different books and solve all the problems.
After you are done with studying one chapter, note down all the equations from the chapter for speedy reference while solving problems. Solve all the problems from NCERT books and fro other materials you collect. After this, solve the previous year’s question papers.
Organic Chemistry is highly structured and logical, like most other topics of chemistry. Here you will need to study all reaction mechanisms and remember all named reactions. Just note down the name of the reaction, mechanism and few example reactions and exceptions while you study. Once you are conceptually clear with the chapter, solve the problems. This will sharpen all your learning and helps in solving tricky questions.
Inorganic chemistry is the most difficult portion of chemistry. The biggest mistake JEE aspirants are that they refer to a lot of books which are not needed. Complete NCERT thoroughly to be master in Inorganic. Additional to this solve all previous year question papers.
Mathematics is a lot of experience. The concepts are always easy. You will always need to have a good combination of theoretical understanding and problem-solving skills. You will experience new formulae through practice. The questions will force you to work hard to solve them. Once you are clear with all the concepts of each chapter start with solving problems from that chapter.
How to revise each subject in JEE preparation
Revising physics will be very easy. You will only need to have a look at all the formulae and a few good examples and how to apply the formulae.
Revising chemistry requires time and patience. You’re notes while preparation will be very helpful.
Revising mathematics takes very less time. Recall all the formulae and glance them through examples.
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