What must be your preparation strategy for JEE (Main) 2020

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Time is running out and with such a short time left, all of you must be wondering how to prepare for JEE Main 2020. With barely about 6 weeks left to go for Joint Entrance Examination(JEE) Main Phase-1 which is to be scheduled to be held from 6th to 11th January 2020, it is high time you follow a disciplinds preparation plan for JEE(Main) 2020 and focus on what is necessary. This is the perfect time for you to make a strategy and study to turn your hard work into success.

Staying put and strategizing well not only helps you in getting an effective time management plan but also smoothen out your preparation and execution. You must create a perfect plan for JEE Mains and follow it daily.

Subject Wise Strategy

Physics: To score well in physics one must be fast, accurate and smart. Use discretion and pick the right questions during the exam thus forming an important part of your exam strategy.

The probable weight that will be given to topics in JEE Main 2020 

  • Units, Dimensions, Errors, Experiments-4%
  • Gravitation and Rotational Mechanics-7%
  • Work, Energy & Power-3%
  • Kinematics-5%
  • Newton's Laws of Motion and Friction-2%
  • SHM, Oscillations-3%
  • System of Particles-4%
  • Mechanical Waves and Sound-4%
  • Heat and Thermodynamics-10%
  • Current Electricity-7%
  • Properties of Matter-5%
  • Electromagnetic Induction, Alternating Current and Electromagnetic waves and Communication-8%
  • Electrostatics-5%
  • Magnetism and Magnetic effects of current-6%
  • Modern Physics-14%
  • Ray Optics, Wave Optics-10%

Chemistry: This subject is very scoring if your preparation is strong enough. Maximum attempt with maximum accuracy is what is required. All three sections organic, inorganic and Physical must be given equal weight.

The probable weight that will be given to topics in JEE Main 2020 

  • Inorganic Chemistry-25%
  • Periodic Table-3%
  • Chemical Bonding-8%
  • Complete P-Block-7%
  • Complete S-Block-3%
  • Hydrogen and its Compounds-1%
  • Environmental Chemistry-2%
  • Metallurgy-2%
  • Inorganic Chemistry-II-8%
  • Complete D-Block-1%
  • Coordination Compounds-4%
  • Qualitative Analysis-2%
  • F-Block-1%
  • Organic Chemistry-I8%
  • GOC-6%
  • Hydrocarbon-2%
  • Organic Chemistry-II - 22%
  • Carbonyl Compounds -1%
  • Carboxylic Acid and Their Derivatives-2%
  • Aromatic Hydrocarbon-2%
  • Aldehyde and Ketones-1%
  • Alkyl Halide, Alcohol & Ether -7%
  • Isomerism-1%
  • Biomolecules-2%
  • Polymer-3%
  • Practical Organic Chemistry-4%
  • Physical Chemistry-I-20%
  • Mole Concept -5%
  • Atomic Structure-3%
  • Chemical Equilibrium-2%
  • Ionic Equilibrium-5%
  • Thermodynamics & Thermochemistry-4%
  • Gaseous State-1%
  • Physical Chemistry-II-17%
  • Solid State-3%
  • Chemical Kinetics-3%
  • Surface Chemistry-4%
  • Electrochemistry-5%
  • Solution & Colligative Properties-3%

3) Mathematics: Make sure to cover the syllabus thoroughly and solve as many time-bound problems during your mock or practice trial runs. Solve previous year’s question papers to understand what types of questions are asked.

The most probable weight that will be given to topics in JEE Main 2020

  • Quadratics Equation-4%
  • Sequence & Series-6%
  • Trigonometry-6%
  • Trigonometric Ratio Identities-2%
  • Trigonometric Equation-2%
  • Inverse Trigonometric Function-1%
  • Height & Distance-%
  • Differential Calculus-18%
  • Method of Differentiation-3%
  • Function-3%
  • Limit, Continuity & Differentiability-5%
  • Tangent & Normal-3%
  • Application of Derivatives-5%
  • Integral Calculus-13%
  • Indefinite Integration-3%
  • Definite Integration-3%
  • Differential Equation-3%
  • The area under the Curve-3%
  • Coordinate Geometry-14%
  • Straight Line-5%
  • Circle-3%
  • Parabola-2%
  • Ellipse-3%
  • Hyperbola-2%
  • Vector & 3d-10%
  • Vector-3%
  • 3-D-7%
  • Permutation & Combination-3%
  • Statistics & Probability-15%
  • Statistics-4%
  • Probability-5%
  • Complex Number-3%
  • Binomial Theorem-3%
  • Matrices & Determinants-7%
  • Mathematical Reasoning-3%
  • Mathematical Induction-1%
  • Sets & Relation-1%

You must prepare all the chapters and build a clear understanding of all the concepts that are covered in the official JEE Main syllabus and taught at best IIT-JEE Institute in Chennai . You should have all the concepts at your finger-tips by now.

5 tips to prepare for JEE Mains 2020

1) Make a proper schedule and start with the subject wise distribution of chapters as per weight. A disciplined approach alone can help you to effectively manage time.

2) Understand the application of concepts, formulas and equations. You must solve as many questions as possible.

3) Practise previous years question papers. It not only familiarizes you with the exam pattern but also helps you identify weak areas. You must practise with speed and accuracy as competitive exams are all about them.

4) Improve weak areas: With more than a month to go, you can improve on your weaknesses by understanding concepts along with their appropriate application. Only with thorough practise, you can convert your weakness into your strength.

5) Pay attention to solving the problem: Even if you have attempted to answer questions correctly, pay attention to the method you have used to solve and think of alternate methods to solve the same. In other words, look out for alternative ways to approach the same problem.

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