Revision Tips for JEE Exams

Your JEE preparation is incomplete without proper revision and practice. While you are preparing any chapter it’s better to prepare notes and flashcards for helping you with your revision in future. Your study notes should have a comprehensive overview of important topics and your flashcards should be clear and concise. Given below are some revision tips for JEE Exams and tips to write and maintain flashcards with the following information to help you with JEE exams:

  • The main gist of a concept,
  • Short explanation, if necessary,
  • Formulas and Diagrams,
  • Example to aid, if necessary.

Remember that flashcards are for your reference and therefore whatever you write into it is entirely your call.  Flash cards are used only to revise certain topics instead of studying it. The idea of a flashcard is to read the heading and immediately recollect the concept behind it.

Revision Tips for JEE Exams:

1. Study Revision Notes and Flashcards regularly:

While revising any unit go through your previously prepared notes. This process will help you to strengthen concepts in your memory and hence, applying them becomes much easier. If you haven’t prepared flashcards in past then don’t waste time in preparing them now. Although flashcards would’ve made it easier for recollection, your notes will also suffice.

2. Prepare a Proper Study Time-table and stick to it:

Understand each and every topic included in JEE Syllabus and accordingly formulate a proper study plan. Schedule all your breaks, sleep cycle and study time in this timetable and make sure you stick to it. Set goals and include it as a part of your schedule. The goals you set could be on daily or weekly basis depending on your comfort. Set appropriate time limits to practice questions and ensure that it helps in managing time during the actual JEE Exam.

3. At the time of Revision, Don’t focus on learning anything new:

Your revision time should only be used to revise units that you have already learned. Don’t focus on learning any new concept at this time because learning anything new may also weaken your confidence at this stage.

4. Practice ample of Past year’s Question papers and Mock Tests:

After studying certain concepts, it is better to practice questions from the past years’ question papers. It could help you in analyzing your preparation level for JEE exams. Solving previous years’ question papers gives you confidence and enhances your exam temperament. Don’t forget to attempt sample mock tests. These tests should be attempted for know how to manage time and pressure of the actual examination. Therefore, you should set conditions as an ideal to the actual situation with no distractions. Practice several numbers of application-based questions from previous papers.

5. Take Breaks and Ensure a Healthy Sleep Cycle:

Make sure to take enough scheduled breaks and maintain a regular sleep cycle. It is obviously not possible to study for whole day or night. Since most of the hard work is done by your brain, therefore, you should give it sufficient time to recuperate. Sometimes you will notice that revisiting difficult questions after a break becomes less strenuous. Sufficient rest also keeps you motivated and will make your stay positive during your preparations.

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