How To Prepare For JEE Mains?
Cracking and scoring good marks in JEE examination is very important if you want to give yourself a great head start on your engineering career. Cracking the JEE examination with golden marks opens the door of India’s most reputed engineering colleges for you. Every year more than 1.5 million candidates appear for JEE examination, this makes the exam one of the toughest exams for the recent school pass outs. In this post, we will give you a step by step approach on how to prepare for JEE mains examination.
Motivation: Aspirant’s motivation along with hard work is the key to success because motivation would help to remain focused throughout the preparation.
Right Book: Along with hard work and motivation, you have to choose the right book. There are plenty of books available in the market. But choosing the right book is not an easy task. To buy the right book for yourself, you should consult your school teachers and seniors who already cracked the exam. Make sure the books that you buy have all the topics covered and have enough practice papers for self-evaluation. Here are some good books that will help you to understand the topics:
- NCERT Class 12 Physics Part 1 and Part 2
- Concepts of Physics by HC Verma
- NCERT Class 12 Chemistry Part 1 and Part 2
- Senior Secondary School Mathematics for Class – 12 by R S Aggarwal
- NCERT Class 12 Mathematics Part 1 and Part 2
Study Hours: Students study efficiently when their mind is fresh. Some students love to study during early morning hours, whereas some prefer to study late night. One should choose one’s appropriate time when they think they are more productive.
Studying for long hours will make you tired; to avoid tiredness, students should take appropriate breaks between the study hours. Taking small breaks during the study hours will keep your mind fresh and active, which is very much essential when you are preparing for national level examinations like All India Engineering Entrance Examinations. Don’t take breaks by sitting idly in front of books. Go out for a walk or listen to music or do some yoga or normal exercises.
Treat Yourself: Make a target every day and reward yourself for achieving those targets. For example, if you are studying chemistry and you want to complete a chapter of chemistry i.epolymers. On completing the chapter treat yourself with a scoop of ice cream or anything you love to eat.
Take Notes: It is always recommended to take notes while you are studying. Reading and writing what you are studying helps you to retain that concept for a very long time. This will also help you to study from the notes while you are revising those topics.
Make a Schedule: Make a weekly schedule so that you don’t get bored following the same schedule every week. Assign more time to the topics at which you feel you are weak in.
Take Mock Test: Take mock tests at the end of every week to check your progress. If you see some improvements in your mock test then adjust the following week’s schedule accordingly.
Study in groups: Ask your friends if they are preparing for the same. Decide a study place to study with your friends. Ask each one of your friends to study a different topic, so that at the end of the topic you can teach each other, doing so will help you all to understand the topics in a very short span of time.
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