To answer the question – How To Prepare For JEE Main 2020 In Two Years? – here is a discourse on JEE Main 2020 Preparation in two years. Major reason why candidates lack in scoring high marks is that they try to mug up a lot. Instead, learn about concepts. Get them cleared and their application. Often a lot of kids know the answer but they don’t know why the answer was correct.
The second problem is not having sufficient paper solving practice from previous years. Previous year question papers will help you to know where and why you lost marks, which topics you used wrong.
Hours to be put in for JEE Main 2020 preparation
If you are in 11th class then you have ample time, study regularly to 5-6 hours you will definitely come under top 200.
Know weightage of questions
Read properly what you know, know what you are reading. Know the marking scheme to help you succeed. Do not work against the marking scheme. Inside a particular chapter, know the topics that come regularly and read them only and thoroughly.
Practice for exam: Solve past year papers
Solve minimum 20 past papers and nothing. Not much time is provided after passing 12th board exam so have system in front of you. Preparation Counts.
You must complete JEE Main 2020 syllabus on time
Complete your syllabus before October or November at any cost. Get the right reference books.
JEE Main 2020 Books To Refer
Some Books to refer
- H.C Verma
- USS for Numericals
- Target publications
- Practice problems by Abhay Kumar
- 39years chapterwise topicwise solved papers by D.C Pandey
- Wiley’s Halliday/Resnick/Walker Physics for JEE Main by Manish K.Singhal
- NCERT Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry by O P Tandon
- Physical Chemistry by N. Avasthi
- Inorganic Chemistry by VK Jaiswal
- JD Lee
- R.D. Sharma
- A. Das Gupta
- Amit Aggarwal
- A Master Resource Book in Mathematics for JEE Main by Prafull K Agarwal
- 39 years chapterwise topicwise solved papers by Amit M.Agarwal
JEE Main 2020 Preparation – Know the syllabus
Questions will comprise from subjects of PCM group i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. We have discussed the syllabus covered in detail. The difficulty level of the questions will be that of 11th and 12th standard. You must refer to NCERT for clearing concepts first then if there are any topics which you observe have not been dealt in details by NCERT, you may refer to books referred by the toppers of the previous year.
How to go about syllabus
An analysis shows that studying 10 hours a day for 5 days meaning 50 hours without parties, Movies helps focus persist longer. Read Important Topics. Do not know them. Well here are the important topics for you
Physics:- Newton’s law of motion, Work, Energy & Power, Conservation laws, Rotational Motion, Electrostatics, EMI, Heat and Thermodynamics, Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity, Semiconductor, Mechanics, Optics, Rotational Dynamics, Fluids,
Chemistry:- Redox Reactions, Electrochemistry, Chemical kinetics, GOC, P Block Elements, Mole Concepts, General Organic Chemistry, Periodic Table, Chemical Bonding, Coordination Chemistry, Thermal Physics, Equilibrium and Kinetics, Special name reactions of Alkanes to Alkynes, Alcohols, Aldehydes etc.
Mathematics:- Conic section, P&C, Probability, Quadratic equation, DEfinite Integration, Differential Equation, Calculus, Vector and 3D, Complex Numbers,
Physics:- Error, Dimensional Analysis, Modern Physics, Thermal Expansion, Elasticity, Work Power Energy, Electricity, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Gravitation, Electrostatics.
Chemistry:- Qualitative analysis, Organic chemistry- (GOC), name reactions, arrangements, rearrangements, Mole concept, Chemical kinetics, Amino acids, Chemical kinetics, Redox reactions, Solution etc.
Mathematics:- Probability, Quadratic Equation, Polynomials, Coordinate Geometry, ARea under the curve (graph oriented), Matrix-Determinant, Application of derivatives, Vector and 3D.
You have seen now the list of most important topics and the list of most easy topics as well. You can pick any order to go about your preparation. In addition to that do not forget to solve previous year question papers, to which the link is given below.
Forego Tensions and anxiety for future
Focus on present scenario. Have a strategic analysis. Avoid taking too many suggestions from too many people. Destroy the anxiety of future. Too many cooks spoil the broth. These following links will help you chuck tension. Apply SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Test ). Take any subject- pick your weakness and pick strength in the subject. For every chapter do the same, while you have a time. Write down yourself. Act and learn. Leave expectations and about the past. Make your own time table. Capabilities of each candidate varies. Make short notes on each topic.
One important component of the whole series is self- evaluation. Where you stand. Find out your errors, solve as many mock tests as possible. Read NCERT in first 3 months. Also read some standard books such as H C Verma along with that.
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