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Saturday, August 5, 2017

Golden Way For Preparing For Jee Mains 2018

Time gone is never back. Jee mains 2018 is just 8 months away from you right ? I hope you are preparing for Jee mains 2018 very seriously. hard work pays off. persistence is the key students.
there are some changes and new rules regarding jee mains 2018. we are ready with a great post for all of our aspiring students.you will also be worried about the jee mains 2018 results ? dont worry about the results. just work hard every day my friend. lets not waste much time and directly get into todays post.

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JEE concepts are largely based on CBSE stuff, so don’t bother studying it twice. Channel all your time and effort into problem solving.
Stay organised. Don’t factor your love for calculus or your hatred towards inorganic into your time table. All concepts are important. The people who set the paper don’t discriminate. Trust me, I learnt the hard way. Do whatever concepts are covered in school/coaching class the day or week it’s taught. This is by far the most important thing you need to do. Piling up chapters till the end of the exam puts you on the highway to hell.
After getting your preparation right, you’ll have to get your priorities straight. While preparing, study the chapters and concepts you find boring or difficult at times when your mind is fresh. I know it’s hard, but you’ll have to. But while taking the test, try to attempt the subjects you find easiest first. For example, the general trend is Chemistry is easiest, followed by physics and then math. So attempt it in that order. Keep in mind this is the general trend and the order changes from person to person and with the mood of the examiners.

It is imperative to be very disciplined from the start if you have decided to prepare for IIT JEE 2018. On a monthly basis, a student must study 2-3 chapters in each subject, making a total of 7-10 chapters every month.
Physics
May – July 2016
  1. Units, dimensions, errors
  2. Motion in a straight line
  3. Motion in a plane
  4. Laws of motion
  5. Work, energy, power
  6. Rotational mechanics
Aug – Oct 2016
  1. Collisions (Conservation of momentum)
  2. Simple harmonic motion
  3. Elasticity
  4. Fluid mechanics
  5. Gravitation
Nov – Jan 2016
  1. Waves and oscillations
  2. Thermodynamics
  3. Heat transfer
Chemistry
May – July 2016
  1. Stoichiometry and redox reactions
  2. Atomic structure
  3. Gaseous state
  4. Thermodynamics
  5. Chemical equilibrium
Aug – Oct 2016
  1. Ionic equilibrium
  2. Nuclear chemistry
  3. Alkanes
  4. Alkenes and alkynes
  5. Alkyl halides and aromatic compounds
Nov 2016 – Jan 2017
  1. Isomerisms
  2. Periodic table
  3. Chemical bonding
Jan – Apr 2017
  1. s-block elements
  2. p-block elements
  3. Electrochemistry
Mathematics
May – July 2016
  1. Quadratic equations
  2. Inequalities
  3. Sequences and series
  4. Permutations and combinations
  5. Complex numbers
Aug – Oct 2016
  1. Trigonometric ratios, identities, and equations
  2. Straight lines
  3. Circles
  4. Parabola
Nov 2016 – Jan 2017
  1. Ellipse
  2. Hyperbola
  3. Relations and functions
  4. Limits, continuity, and differentiability
Jan – Apr 2017
  1. Mathematical reasoning
  2. Probability
  3. Statistics

Year 2
Physics
May – July 2017
  1. Geometrical optics
  2. Wave optics
  3. Electric charges, forces and fields
Aug – Oct 2017
  1. Electric potential and capacitance
  2. Current electricity
  3. Moving charges and magnetism
Nov 2017 – Jan 2018
  1. Electromagnetic induction
  2. Alternating current
  3. Modern physics
Jan – Apr 2018
  1. Nuclear physics and radioactivity
  2. Semi-conductors
  3. Communication system
  4. Experimental physics
  5. Revision
Chemistry
May – July 2017
  1. Electrochemistry
  2. Chemical kinetics
  3. Solid state
  4. Solutions and colligative properties
  5. Surface chemistry
Aug – Oct 2017
  1. Alcohols, phenols and ethers
  2. Aldehydes and ketones
  3. Carboxylic acid and derivatives
Nov 2017 – Jan 2018
  1. Amines and aromatic compounds containing nitrogen
  2. Biomolecules and polymers
  3. Practical organic chemistry
Jan – Apr 2018
  1. Co-ordination compounds
  2. Extractive metallurgy
  3. Qualitative analysis
  4. d and f-block elements
  5. Chemistry in everyday life
  6. Revision
Mathematics
May – July 2017
  1. Determinants
  2. Matrices
  3. Probability
Aug – Oct 2017
  1. Solutions of triangle
  2. Inverse trigonometric functions
  3. Methods of differentiation and applications of derivatives
Nov 2017 – Jan 2018
  1. Indefinite integration
  2. Definite integration
  3. Differential equations
Jan – Apr 2018
  1. Area under the curve and linear programming
  2. Vectors
  3. 3D geometry
  4. Revision
 The mind set and structure of your prep for JEE Main 2018 will be fundamentally different than the one you follow for your boards. Although boards are important, boards rely on a subjective approach and are notorious for being a breeze compared to the JEE. While boards rely on just concepts, you’ll have to look way beyond that and look at every single application of those concepts. Let’s face it, the people behind the questions are looking for engineers, not scientists. I’ll reiterate what every other article tells you – do every type of problem under every topic from a lot of books. Also, don’t underestimate subjects. Chemistry may be the easiest. Everyone knows that. What distinguishes toppers from the rejects is attention to detail. Don’t neglect chapters like semi conductors which don’t seem important.
JEE concepts are largely based on CBSE stuff, so don’t bother studying it twice. Channel all your time and effort into problem solving.
Stay organised. Don’t factor your love for calculus or your hatred towards inorganic into your time table. All concepts are important. The people who set the paper don’t discriminate. Trust me, I learnt the hard way. Do whatever concepts are covered in school/coaching class the day or week it’s taught. This is by far the most important thing you need to do. Piling up chapters till the end of the exam puts you on the highway to hell.
After getting your preparation right, you’ll have to get your priorities straight. While preparing, study the chapters and concepts you find boring or difficult at times when your mind is fresh. I know it’s hard, but you’ll have to. But while taking the test, try to attempt the subjects you find easiest first. For example, the general trend is Chemistry is easiest, followed by physics and then math. So attempt it in that order. Keep in mind this is the general trend and the order changes from person to person and with the mood of the examiners.
Now that you’ve got your time table on point, there’s another thing you’ll have to focus on. Something that’s seldom discussed in articles. This is the psychological aspect of attempting exams. JEE is a stressful part of your life. The important thing is to not crack under pressure. Make informed decisions about text books and the like. Don’t let bad practice test marks discourage you and never ever use rank predictors because they mess up your psyche completely. Have faith in your preparation and have faith that with enough preparation, you could be that annoying guy in your class with all the answers.


If you count on your fingers , you have 12 months remaining for JEE Main 2018, and 14 for JEE Advanced 2018.
14 months are more than sufficient to get into the so called “Most prestigious tech. institute” in India(IITs). Start by selecting one topic from each of the three subjects and move likewise. A good balance between all the three subjects is the key(which many people forget). Follow your coaching teacher or your book or whatever may be your source regularly. Do practice the problems on a regular basis. Try and mix the problems of different chapters and set time limit so that you get a real-time experience of solving problems.
By January, you should finish your syllabus and give two months for revision(if you don’t have boards!!). If you have boards, try and finish your JEE syllabus by November and focus on boards for one and a half months. Remember boards marks may not matter now to you but the NCERT you read will prove to be helpful in you JEE Main and even in Advanced. You must solve previous year papers of at least last 6–7 years.

I hope you're asking this question when you have time to prepare for it as the ideal conditions required and not ringing the bells at the eleventh hour.
JEE? Just one simple question, Why JEE? Don't give me those market price answers rotting in every house in our society. Give me yours. Give me something you think if it.
If you don't have one, then you're really in a very serious situation. Because even though you'll start preparing for it but ultimately that motivation will vaporize away and all you'll be left with will be pessimism and hopelessness and adversity and despair. Starting is almost very easy if you've taken the first step...keep on going is what requires the courage. Courage is not the strength to keep going, it's going on when you don't have the strength. Find a reason. A reason bigger than anything you have. A reason you can deprive yourself off from everything for. A reason you're willing to die for. Make a plan, find a road, take a breath...and RUN! You want to succeed as bad as you want to breath. And whenever you feel like to give up, ask yourself why you started?
This done, the rest of the process is very easy provided you're very strong on the first one.
  • Start solving your coaching modules and solve them sincerely and completely.
  • Don't go fishing for books hooking in the market, they are just shining skylarks.
  • It's very important to keep some reference books.
  • Make notes.
  • Revise resgulary. Best way to revise is mark some really great questions from each concept in your module and solve them weekly. Don't forget to revise your notes.
  • Practise lots of mock tests.
  • Have some time for yourself.
  • Keep yourself motivated. (Whenever you feel low, you can talk to your parents or friend or even me. My number is 07807112988.)
  • There is no reason for you to be not the hardest working person in the room.
  • Glowing is not a self evitable process, you need to set yourself on fire.
  • And most important, Never leave any doubt uncleared.
Hope that helped!
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