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30 Days Preparation Strategy for JEE

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30 Days Preparation Strategy for JEE Mains 2021

The approximate time left for JEE Mains 2021 is just 30 days, i.e. 10 days for each subject. The schedule that you follow now can be a major deciding factor in getting through this exam. Follow these tips to make the best of your 30 days

30 Day Strategy Tips to crack JEE Mains

30 Day Strategy Tips to crack JEE Mains

Revision should be a priority:

The majority of the students are left with some of the other portions of course when just one month is left for the JEE. In such a scenario, there are two options: either you cover the remaining syllabus or you revise the syllabus that has been already covered.

At this crucial moment, you should not think twice and just proceed with your revision. You are more likely to obtain better scores in the JEE Main if you have revised the covered syllabus rather than trying to cover the remaining part.

Plan meticulously:

Along with revision, practice at least 2 mock tests daily. While taking the tests, create an exam-like environment around you. 

Subject-specific strategy:

Subject wise Preparation

Subject wise Preparation

  • Physics: As you go through a particular topic, pen down the important formulae and results, chapters, and topics. These results come in very handy especially on the eve of the final exam. Practice as many questions as you can but keep in mind the availability of time.
  • Chemistry: NCERT for classes 11 and 12 chemistry must be revised thoroughly. They not only cover the maximum syllabus but also provide a detailed explanation of the topics. The exercises given at the end of chapters must also be solved completely.
  • Mathematics: Revise all the important formulas and practice as many questions as you can. 

Work on increasing concentration:

Do not bury yourself in the four walls of your room. Plan a morning walk as it increases your concentration. Don’t consider it a waste of time as it in fact increases your output. Take small breaks after revising certain portions. This aids in increasing the retention power by channelizing your energy and keeping your mind fresh.

Work hard:

There is no shortcut to success. You have to work hard and now that just one month is left, you need to work even harder. Hard work is the only key to success. Your success in JEE Mains also depends on how strong your concepts are. Study the concepts thoroughly, practice, and understand the weightage of each of the topics in JEE Mains. Daily practice and consistency will help you stay prepared and confident.

It is important to have a clear understanding of all the topics covered. Cramming won’t prove useful as the questions asked in JEE Mains are completely application-based. 

All the best! 

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