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JEE - Tips to crack JEE

Study Planner
  • Know JEE syllabus
  • Know the Ins and Outs of the Exam, have the complete idea of the exam
  • Have the thorough knowledge of Subjects and Pattern
  • A goal oriented planner is must.
  • Set daily target, weekly target and monthly targets to achieve short period goals. Your step by step efforts guides you to guaranteed success.
  • Be sincere and disciplined with your day to day efforts.
  • Develop your strategy on regular study planner.
Clarity of Concepts
  • Prepare Concept Mapping.
  • Read line by line of NCERT text book and solve NCERT exemplar.
  • Instead of memorising concepts try to understand the roots of it.
  • Build your concept knowledge with a strong base.
  • Develop the attitude of questioning and clarifying your doubts in the class.
  • Read, Write and Revise Regularly.
  • Highlight difficult questions for revision. Spend more time on difficult topics.
  • Practice makes you perfect. So plan your study planner along with time for practicing.
  • Balance coaching and self -study properly.
  • Set a goal of solving at least 90 mcq’s daily on each subject. Check and analyse your answers.
  • Never miss “Study Time Table”.
  • Use codes and analogies to remember the concepts and shortcuts.
  • Improve your speed every time, while solving Mcq’s.
  • Spend at least 30 minutes per day for Yoga and Pranayama.
  • Have a sound sleep of about 7-8 hours per day.
  • The potential of brain is high during 4am-7am. Study difficult concepts during this time.
  • Use memory techniques and physical exercises to boost your concentration.
  • Practice mindfulness.
  • Give your whole and soul while learning.
  • Stay away from social media and Entertainments during preparation.
Importance of short notes
  • Prepare your own notes. Allow yourself to involve in the learning process completely.
  • Diagrams, flowcharts, figures and tables in the NCERT textbooks are directly taken up by the examiner which candidate can practice in writing.
  • Use short tricks and have your own study links to understand the whole topic.
  • Shortcuts never exists! You have to create it.
  • Highlight and bookmark important topic/concept so that you can refer it during last minute preparation.
  • Have Good Study Material which includes good synopsis and large variety of level I and level II questions with previously asked questions.
Tests & Self-evaluation
  • Understand the question paper pattern.
  • Practice Online and Offline tests, topic wise and maintain records.
  • To understand your Accuracy, attempt as many as time bounding mock tests.
  • Make use of National Testing Agency https://nta.ac.in for latest updates and mock tests