JEE Main Preparation Tips

JEE Main 2018 Preparation Tips helps students to crack this exam easily. JEE Main is a national level exam, which is a gateway to get admissions in engineering courses provided by top colleges of the country. A large number of students appears for this exam every year. The competition level is getting higher year by year for JEE Main because a large number of students appear for this exam. Here, the article help to crack JEE Main in some simple steps.

JEE Main Study Plan First of all, you have to make a study plan for your preparations. Firstly, get information about the complete JEE Main Syllabus and JEE Main Exam Pattern divide them equally as per your time so that every minor topic should get covered in your study plans.

Time Management After getting the detailed information about JEE Main Syllabus candidates should create a timetable for studies. Students must give equal weightage to all the subjects and prepare for them as per your prepared time-table. You should include short breaks of five to ten minutes between long hours of study.

Study Materials At present, the market is full with the preparation books for JEE Main and students will get easily confused about what books should choose for preparation. You can also refer NCERT syllabus books to prepare for JEE Main. NCERT Physics and Chemistry books will give you a good knowledge of basic concepts.

Prepare for JEE Main 2018

JEE Mains Exam preparation can be broadly divided into three parts: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics.

Paper Subjects Type of Questions Mode of Exam Duration
Paper I Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics Objective Type Questions Computer Based & Pen – Paper Based 3 Hours
Paper – II Part II: Aptitude Test Objective Type Questions Pen – Paper Based 3 Hours
Part III: Drawing Test Questions to Test Drawing Aptitude

Prepare for JEE Mains Physics

If you are targeting JEE Mains 2018, you have limited time to study. Start with the basic concepts of Physics. It is recommended to cover all the basics of Physics with NCERT books. Memorize all the important Physics formulas for JEE Mains. Know the most important chapter in JEE Mains physics and spend a good amount of time on these.

Make a formula cheat sheet which is helpful during your revise team make a habit to revise that formula on a daily basis.

  • Practice more and more helpful to get the answer quickly.
  • Avoid the habit to attend lengthy question at the last moment.
  • Concentrate your mind on your strong areas.
JEE Mains Physics – Chapter Topic Weightage
Mechanics, Electricity & magnetism 40%
Basics of Vectors, Units & Dimensions 5%
Newton’s law of motion & Kinematics 5%
Electrostatics 5-7%
Nuclear Physics 7-8%
Modern Physics 15%
Semi-Conductors & Electronics Devices 5%
Optics 15%

The below-given table clearly shows you the ratio of question coming on the exam.

Topic 2016 2015 2014
Units, Dimensions, Errors, Experiments 2 1 2
Kinematics 0 1 1
New ton’s Laws and Friction 0 1 1
Work, Power & Energy 2 0 1
System of Particles 1 2 1
Gravitation, Rotational Mechanics 2 2 2
Properties of Matter 0 1 4
SHM, Oscillations 1 1 1
Mechanical Waves and Sound 2 1 1
Ray Optics, Wave Optics 3 3 3
Heat and Thermodynamics 3 3 2
Electrostatics 2 3 2
Current Electricity 2 2 1

 

Prepare for JEE Main Chemistry

The Basics of Chemistry are chemical elements. If you want to make the most out of JEE Mains Chemistry section, you need to memorize the Periodic table. To memorize names, atomic numbers, symbols, atomic weights of all elements in the Periodic table, you can make some Mnemonic, short slogan or catch-phrases.

We can say it’s too tough or too easy subject but give you a chance for achieving more marks.

  • For the inorganic part, focus on basic conceptual parts.
  • For s, p, the d block elements periodic table is most helpful resources.
  • For the organic part, you have to prepare a chart of all helping reaction and reactant.
JEE Mains Chemistry – Chapters Topic Weightage
Physical Chemistry 35%
Inorganic Chemistry 30 %
Organic Chemistry 35 %

The below-given table clearly shows you the ratio of question coming on the exam.

Topic 2016 2015 2014
Atomic Structure and Classification 1 2 2
Chemical Bonding 1 1 2
Stoichiometry 1 1 0
States of Matter 1 1 3
Chemical & Ionic Equilibrium 1 1 0
Chemical Kinetics & Nuclear 1 1 1
Chemistry
Chemical Thermodynamics 1 1 1
Solutions 1 1 1
Electrochemistry 1 1 3
General Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-I 6 3 3
Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-II 0 2 3
Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-III 1 1 2
Chemistry of Representative Elements 6 7 5
Transition Elements 2 3 1
Coordination Compounds & Organometallics 2 1 1
Surface Chemistry 1 0 0
Biomolecules 3 3 2

 

Prepare for JEE Mains Mathematics

Practise, practice, and practice are the “Mul Mantra” for qualifying mathematics section. Prepare a Formula sheet and make a habit revising of that sheet by daily basis. 32% question is easy, 58% question is from middle level and 10% are difficult can be solvable but you have more practice on those question which you can get the answer.

The most important chapters & topics for JEE Mains mathematics can be broadly divided into following parts:

JEE Mains Mathematics – Chapters Topic Weightage
Integration 8%
Probability and Statistics 7%
Derivatives, Limits, and Continuity 7%
Parabola & trigonometric ratios 6%
3-D Geometry 5-6%
Theory of Equations 5%
Vector Algebra 5%
Complex Numbers 5%
Sequence and Series 5%
Matrices and Determinants 4%

The below-given table clearly shows you the ratio of question coming on the exam.

Topics 2016 2015 2014
Sets, Relations and Functions 1 1 2
Limits, Continuity & Differentiability 2 3 1
Application of Derivatives 2 1 2
Indefinite Integrals, Definite 3 3 3
Integrals & Area under the Curve
Cartesian coordinates & Straight Line 1 2 2
Circles 2 1 1
Conics 2 2 2
Quadratic Equations, Inequalities, Progressions 3 3 4
Complex Numbers 1 1 1
Binomial Theorem, Exponential & Logarithmic Series 1 1 1
Permutation & Combination 1 1 0
Probability 1 1 1
Vectors 1 1 1
3-D Coordinate Geometry 2 2 2
Differential Equations & Properties of Triangles 1 1 1
Trigonometric Ratios, Equations & Inverse Circular Function 1 1 1
Heights and Distances 1 1 1
Matrices & Determinants 2 2 2
Mathematical Logic 1 1 1
Statics & Dynamics 0 0 0
Statistics 1 1 1

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