Revision strategy for JEE
With JEE exactly a month away, IIT aspirants should now follow a strategy for revision. It is a well-known fact that each section in IIT JEE has a minimum cutoff and an aspirant cannot ignore any topic as anything and everything can be asked in JEE Examination. The last month is crucial and in this phase, one must concentrate only on revision and should not venture to study a new topic.
During the revision phase, a candidate has to acquire the skill of smart approach. There is no set or particular strategy as every student is blessed with different abilities. But this revision strategy for JEE can help you to organize and manage the last 30 days better.
- Study when you are comfortable
You must have heard from many that studying early in the morning is effective or some swear by studying at night. No one understands your body better then you! Study when you are the peak of your energy, whether it is early in the morning or at midnight. Make complete use of time.
- Take Mock tests
Mock tests are very essential. By taking mock tests regularly, it helps in
- Getting familiarized with the exam and paper pattern
- Learn to manage time
- Increase speed and accuracy
- Gain confidence
- Study Strategy for Physics
Physics is a classic amalgamation of theory and problems. Both numerical and theory have equal weight. The study strategy for Physics is-
- Mechanics – Revise all the formulae. Assess from your mock tests and concentrate more on your mistakes from Mechanics
- Thermodynamics – It is very important to know the theory and formula in this section. Refer Byju’s module for this section.
- Electrostatics – Equations from the section and principle behind the phenomenon are important.
- Optics – Refer to D.C Pandey books for this section
- Study Strategy for Chemistry
Chemistry is full of equations and reactions which makes it more interesting to read. The study strategy for Chemistry is-
- Organic Chemistry – Revise all the chapters from Organic Chemistry section. Go thoroughly the mechanisms and reactions from hydrocarbons to Carboxylic acid.
- Inorganic Chemistry – This unit requires multiple revisions as it tricky. Go through p-block elements, salt analysis, –block and f-block elements. Use NCERT books for reference.
- Physical Chemistry – Revise all the formula and theory from Byjus website
- Study Strategy for Mathematics
Every student has a love-hate relationship with Math. Solve Math problems when you are bored as it instantly refreshes your mind.
- Start with the basics – Refer NCERT text books as it helps to fortify the basics as memorization do not work with this subject.
- Make a copy of all the formulas and keep it handy.
- Most students ignore the theoretical part of Math, like theorems and few principles. Concentrate more on that.
- Formulate a study plan
All said and done, have a realistic study plan and follow it religiously. Study for at least 10 hours every day. Give more time to the topics you are weak at. But, this doesn’t mean that you have to ignore the sections you are good at! Chalk a time table and divide 10 hours for Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
It is very important for the IIT aspirants to follow this strategy as the last 30 days are crucial. During this time, do not attempt to learn anything new as it will add to your woes and confuse you. Many students tend to drastically change their schedule which affects the health. Do not forget, ‘Health is Wealth´. Any health issues will dampen your spirit which directly affects your concentration. Eat well and sleep well.
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