Self Study Plan To Crack JEE

JEE Main 2020 will most likely be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) between July 18 and July 23 despite the Covid-19 outbreak that has driven everything to uncertainty. In any case, JEE is usually considered a tough exam to crack. The competition is very high and close to 10 lakh students appear every year for JEE exam in order to land a seat or get admission into some of the top IITs, NITs and other prestigious Engineering colleges in India. Therefore, this entrance exam requires candidates to work hard and be committed to crack this exam, especially in their first attempt. Besides, JEE demands students to have thorough subject knowledge and adept problem-solving skills.

As for the preparation, today many coaching centres have come up and they promise to get you through the exam. However, coaching is not always mandatory or the go-to medium to crack JEE. There are many students who have cracked JEE by following their own systematic plans. They have succeeded in getting a seat in IITs as well. So if you are looking for some tips or guidance, here you will find an answer to the question, “How do I  Crack JEE 2020 by self-study”. 

Will power and dedication are important attributes when you decide to self-study. To achieve your aim, you should be sincere and dedicated in your approach and devise a proper strategy. Even a small step can make a big difference in life. Here are some tips, which if followed in the right manner, will be real game-changers. Let’s begin.

IIT JEE: Self-study Tips

Make An Organized Study Plan

It is important to make a time table and strictly follow it. Your time table should contain the plan of action for all the subjects and revision. You should learn 5-6 hours daily. Students should have the correct idea of the syllabus of the JEE Main examination. The exam pattern and syllabus are available on the website of the exam conducting body. Students can easily access this site and get the correct information. 

Know Your Books

NCERT books help to build a strong base of the concepts. These are the best books to start with your learning. Once you have mastered these books, you can start learning from other books. The best Physics books for JEE are from authors like I.E. Irodov, H.C. Verma, D.C. Pandey, etc. The reference books for JEE Maths include Objective Mathematics by R.D Sharma, Algebra by Dr. S K Goyal Arihant Publications, S.L. Loney, etc. Some of the best Chemistry books for JEE include books by J.D. Lee, O.P. Tandon, R.C. Mukherjee, Morrison and Boyd. 

Aim At Conceptual Clarity

While learning, you must target a clear understanding of the topics. When you have doubts, take the help of your teachers or friends to clear it. Do not leave your doubts uncleared. 

Online Study

The Internet has made revolutionary changes in the educational field. Accessing information from the internet has become very easy for students. Many educators provide video tutorials, both live and recorded sessions on their websites, which are very informative. Students can also see chapter wise PDFs, solutions and solved question papers on the websites, which can be downloaded for free. So, you are required to make use of the internet wisely. 

Prepare Notes 

While you learn a chapter, make your own short notes. This should be crisp and concise and include the main facts, shortcuts and important formulas. You are advised to frequently revise these notes. It is not possible to revise all the chapters when you have only a few days left for the exam. These notes will help you for sure during the days prior to the exam. The daily revision will help you to memorize things easily during exams.

Solve Previous Year Question Papers

Students are encouraged to solve as many previous year question papers as you can. This will enhance your confidence and problem-solving skills. Analyze yourself after solving each question paper and figure out your weaknesses. Work more on those topics.  Previous year question papers help you to get an idea about the type of questions and marks.

Never Be Overconfident

Even if you are scoring good marks in mock tests, don’t be overconfident. It will ruin your aim. Always have the curiosity to learn more and more. Work on your weaker areas and daily try to solve questions in less time. Time management is a key factor that decides your JEE exam.

Be Self-motivated

Remember, you are your own mentor. Do not waste time on TV and the internet. Don’t lose hope when you feel demotivated. Remind your mind about your ultimate goal. Listening to motivational speeches and pasting motivational postures in your room can help you to stay positive. Do not over-work. You should sleep 7-8 hours daily and follow a healthy diet. Breathing exercises will help you to be in a relaxed mental state. Engage in some fun activities which will help you relieve tension.

Take Mock Tests

The exam conducting body provides mock tests on their websites. Students are recommended to practise these mock tests. Always try to complete the exam in the given time limit. This will help you to manage your time effectively and increase your speed of solving the problems. The more you practise through mock tests, the more familiar you will be with the tests. This will help you to be stress-free during the actual exam. 

JEE Main Mock Test

Make your own customized plan following the above tips. Knowing the concepts and following the right plan is the best way to crack the JEE exam. Start working according to your plan and you will come out with flying colours.

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