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How to Prepare for JEE in Last 1 Month

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How to Prepare for JEE in Last 1 Month

Aspiring engineers from across the country are now gearing up to face one of the toughest entrance exams in India. Final months are always crucial for any final exam preparation. This is the time when candidates should stop taking up new topics or chapters, and focus majorly on revision and practice.

Today in this article we will tell you how to prepare for JEE in the remaining one month to score well in the final exams.

Quick Tips for JEE

  • You should always start with downloading the syllabus that is complete and reliable.
  • Make sure you keep yourself fit and healthy to maintain mental peace just before the exam. Do not take stress, as it will affect your final performance.
  • If you will be healthy and happy you will perform better in the exam.
  • Eat properly and sleep well to perform best in the exam.
  • Try to stay away from your mobile phone and social media sites when preparing or revising for JEE.


1 month study plan for JEE

Candidates must study important and less topics in mixed format. Along with the well-framed study plan for JEE, candidates should also have and follow different strategies for different subjects.

  • Scoring in Physics – Make sure your concepts are very clear and strong. Because once you know the concepts very well, you can solve any problem easily. Visualization is the key in this subject. If you doing a particular topic, just note down all the important tricks, formula and points. Practice good number of questions, keeping your time in mind. Don’t try to attempt too long or tough questions in the last month, as that might demotivate you.
  • Scoring in Chemistry – Every candidate must go through the NCERT books as they cover nearly entire syllabus. To understand the chapter better, you should solve the questions below every topic you study. Avoid using a bundle of books to prepare for NEET Chemistry subject. This will only add to your confusion and stress. Along with NCERT you can refer a couple of standard books available.
  • Scoring in Mathematics – You can choose to spend less time on Maths because a major portion of Mathematics is covered during your board preparation. However, do not complete ignore this subject.

Do not try to attempt all or any questions. It is certainly not necessary to solve 60 questions and feel proud of yourself. Solve only 20 questions but those has to be really good quality questions. JEE paper will have only tough and top-notch questions.

  • Try to devote maximum time for revision – When the exam starts nearing, a lot of students realize that they haven’t covered some topics. So, they take up new topics and began studying that. In this process they end up messing up things. This may also lead to confusion and tension. To avoid this, make sure you spend your maximum time in revision and practice. About 20-25% of the left over time can be utilized for learning new things.

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