To achieve anything big in life one has to put the best efforts. And when we talk about one of the toughest exams it is surely needed of time. But merely working hard is not the key to success. There has to be a proper planning, time management, filing of courses and topics. Instead of concentrating on the topics which are not as such necessary, the aspirants should focus on the important topics which are going to come in the examination of IIT-JEE and
after that, if you get some time can sum up the rest of the syllabus. Every student whether it be you, your friend or the people who have already cracked IIT-JEE in past years have the same 24 hours in a day and it all comes to how efficiently you managed and utilize your time. Over 12lac JEE competitors, one might wonder what is that the JEE rankers do differently? Through this post, we give you a chance to get significant and interesting secret tips from
someone who had faced the same challenge like you – cracking JEE with good score. Always remember, your focus should always be on enjoying what you are studying since unless you enjoy your studies you won’t be able to clear the exam. Tune to this post to learn all about IIT JEE preparation and what every IIT JEE aspirant needs to do.
1. MAP OUT YOUR TOPICS
Now when we have less time in hand, first study topics that are important from exam point of view. I know the syllabus is vast for JEE, therefore, you should know how to prioritize chapters as per their importance level. This is the real definition of smart work. Although, the syllabus is huge one should break the remaining portion depending on the time available in hand. Even if you don’t get time to complete entire syllabus on time, at least practice and strengthen the chapters you are done with.
2. SPEEDY HANDS
Even if you attempt 80% of the questions with 80% precision (which implies score more than 60%), you can be assured of very high rank in the JEE Advanced. Being an aspirant, you should realize that if you identify the right questions to attempt, you will score 64% instead of 60% which is more than enough for a spot in best IITs.
3. MYTH ABOUT IIT-JEE
A lot of students have this misbelieve that the questions asked in JEE are very long and run across the page. Those days are gone when JEE used to be subjective and completely solving 2 questions out of 5 were considered good. Questions in JEE now are focused on testing your conceptual knowledge, analytical skills and thorough understanding of topic along with numerical abilities. Don’t you believe me? Go and check the previous year questions of IIT and note how many questions were there which asked for the mathematical labor. In recent
years, the pattern of JEE is inspired by the NCERT format as well. You will find questions related to practical applications, laboratory experiments, and related terminologies. The professors working on the JEE paper are wise and well aware that they are preparing it for a 12th pass-out kid and what has to be the difficulty level.
4. NCERT IS A MUST DO BOOK!
NCERT is a must do the book, especially in physics and chemistry for the JEE exam. A large number of questions are directly asked from NCERT in the JEE exam. Questions of the inorganic portion of chemistry are often asked only from the NCERT in JEE Advanced too.
5. PREFER QUALITY OVER QUANTITY
The JEE exam doesn’t require you to solve 10 books and remember every minute detail. It rather requires you to understand things and then think deeply about them. It promotes a logical approach. And even many aspirants go for a lot of foreign author books, especially Russian author books. JEE exam is an Indian exam and these books aren’t meant specifically for JEE, so don’t worry if you are unable to study them. Sufficient JEE MAINS and JEE Advanced specific books are available in the market. A lot of top rankers haven’t even touched a single foreign author book, so don’t run for them. #Every IIT JEE aspirant must follow the above tips by JEE experts to enjoy the boring IIT
JEE Preparation and clear the exam. All the best!