How to prepare for JEE in 3 months? after years of preparing yourself for one of the toughest exams known to Indian students, you suddenly find that your exams are just around the corner. Howsoever you have prepared for the JEE all this long, the last three months can be game-changing.
In this last leg of your prep schedule, try and divide the syllabus according to its weightage and revise what you have studied earlier. Train yourself in the easier portions first. Also, remember that you will be preparing for your school final exams during this time. Divide your time between JEE prep and Boards prep judiciously.
A good grasp of concepts is where you start in Physics. Ask yourself how thorough you are with concepts. Unless you learn the concept very well, you will not be in a position to tackle all the questions from the given topic. The various topics that are visibly important, from the exam perspective are:
- Newton’s Laws of motion
- Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM) and Oscillations
- Heat and Thermodynamics
- Electrostatics & Current Electricity
- Modern Physics and Radioactive Decay
Have an eye on your time management. Irrespective of where you are with your accuracy levels, you need to focus on optimizing time with accuracy. Memorize information like frequency range for each kind of Electromagnetic Wave.
Best Physics books for JEE 2019
- NCERT Physics Textbook (classes 11 and 12)
- HC Verma: Concepts of Physics (Part I & Part II)
- Understanding Physics Series (Set of 5 Books) by D. C. Pandey (Arihant Publications)
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This is a subject that needs a lot of information memorization. But, the great thing about Chemistry is that you can score a lot. The chapters that have been visible throughout the years are:
- Chemical Bonding
- Chemical kinetics & Equilibrium
- Named Reactions in Organic Chemistry
- Electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction of Benzene and its derivatives
- Coordination compounds
While chemistry prep does involve a lot of memorization, just route learning wouldn’t help you if you don’t understand the underlying concepts. Figure out the complete mechanism behind reactions. And before you know it, learning comes naturally. Write down important formulae and reactions. Have this as a ready reckoner when you revise things time to time.
Organic chemistry does take time. So, use your exam time wisely. Save these questions for the last leg and complete physical and inorganic chemistry parts first. For numerical questions, revise shortcut formulae.
Best Chemistry books for JEE 2019
- Organic chemistry (O. P. Tandon)
- Inorganic Chemistry (J. D. Lee)
- Physical Chemistry (P. Bahadur)
Mathematics is all about building a solid foundation. The last three months would involve honing accuracy, time management, and optimization. So, learn those shortcuts and practice enough to apply these shortcuts. The math part of JEE is highly unpredictable. But it would be safe to say that the topics that have been largely important are:
- Conic sections
- Vectors & 3D
- Permutations & Combinations and Probability
Wherever you can, substitute the option values to figure out what works and what doesn’t. In coordinate geometry, make rough graphs and plot points given in the options to figure out what could be the answer.
Best Mathematics Books for JEE 2019
- NCERT mathematics
- D. Sharma
- IIT Mathematics by ML Khanna
Most importantly, breathe. And relax!
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