JEE Main 2021 Preparation: 1 Month Revision Plan
JEE Main is inarguably one of the most competitive and sought-after entrance exams for aspiring engineers in India. However, several challenges thrown by COVID-19 have encouraged a few changes in the exam while keeping the safety and convenience of the students as the core value. Therefore, JEE Main 2021 will now be conducted 4 times a year (February, March, April, and May) to reduce the aspirants’ stress and promote a fairer evaluation.
Since a student can appear for all 4 attempts, it only leaves a gap of 1 month to appear for the next exam. Therefore, a 1-month revision plan comes with a renewed urgency to help the aspirants ace JEE Main 2021 preparation and get into their dream university.
No war is won without a solid strategy. A thorough JEE Main preparation strategy helps align the final revision for JEE Main exam to guide students in their last days before appearing for the exam.
- Revise with a plan
The limitation of time and the never-ending syllabus may seem daunting at the start. Still, a revision plan streamlines the preparation by allocating time based on the difficulty of the topic. Therefore, students must analyse their strengths and weaknesses based on every topic while preparing the timetable.
You may also take help from the following sample timetable to kickstart your final preparation:
|Day 1||Logarithms, Quadratic Equations, Applications and Derivatives||Work, Energy and Power, Electrostatics Gravitation||Carbonyl Compounds, Alkyl Halides & Aryl Halides, Mole Concepts|
|Day 2||Limit and Continuity, Circles and Family of Circle Sets||Current, Electricity, Heat Transfer||Carboxylic Acids, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol and their derivatives|
|Day 3||Inverse Trigonometry, Binomial Theorem||Wave, Optics, Ray Optics, Kinetics||Chemical Bonding, Periodic Table, Redox Reaction|
|Day 4||3D Geometry||Thermal Electricity, Thermal Expansion||Atomic Structure, Electrochemistry|
|Day 5||Relations and Functions||Wave Motion, Sound Motion||P block, d & f block S-block|
|Day 6||Probability and Statistics||Newton’s Law of Motion and Friction||Solid State, Gaseous State|
|Day 7||Revise the subjects learnt and take mock tests on the official JEE Main website|
|Day 8||Integration and Differentiation||Simple Harmonic Motion and Circular Motion||Organic Chemistry, Biomolecules|
|Day 9||Sequence and Series||Centre Mass of Momentum||Surface Chemistry, Chemical Equilibrium|
|Day 10||Vector, Algebra||Collision, Rotational, Dynamics||Hydrocarbons, Hydrogen and its compounds|
|Day 11||Give Mock Tests||Revise the topics studied so far||Revise the topics studied so far|
|Day 12||Complex Number and Theory of Equation||Nuclear Physics, Modern Physics||Coordination Chemistry and Solutions|
|Day 13||Complex Numbers||Vectors, Communication||Chemical Kinetics|
|Day 14||Trigonometric Ratios||Fluids, Mechanics, Elasticity||Thermodynamics and Polymers|
Aspirants must spend the third and the fourth week revising all the chapters from Maths, Physics and Chemistry. An aspirant should also attempt complete question papers from previous years’ question paper books or on the official JEE Main website while keeping time for best results.
2. Practice previous years’ question papers
Solving JEE Main previous years’ question papers and appearing for mock tests is inarguably one of the best strategies to ace the entrance exam. The question papers are readily available on the official website of JEE Main that will be instrumental in evaluating your performance and preparation for the upcoming exam.
3. Value study breaks
JEE Main 2021 preparation might get exhausting for both mind and body. As much as it is essential to prepare thoroughly, it is also vital to respect your mind and body and offer them time to rejuvenate.
De-stressing your body with a few scheduled breaks of 10-1-5 minutes between every session or practising yoga daily are a few ways to calm your mind and avoid burn-out.
General Tips and Tricks
Time management and execution of the plan are perhaps a few crucial factors while preparing for the JEE Main entrance exam that can pave your road to success. Here are a few tips to achieve these goals and turn your dream into reality:
- Try to stick to the timetable. Executing a detailed plan may seem like a Herculean task, but it will help you revise each topic timely.
- An early morning routine yields a more effective result. While studying for an entire day may seem tedious, an 8-hour study plan executed early in the morning is often more lucrative.
- Practice mock tests and previous years’ question papers at the same time as your allotted time slot for JEE Main. This will help you to get in the zone without difficulty or panic on the final day.
- Don’t read any new topics in the last month of preparation. While it may seem luring to complete the entire syllabus, it is not advisable to devote time to a new topic at the cost of strengthening previously learned subjects.
While it may seem like an academic exam, JEE Main tests aspirants on all fronts and performs under a pressurising situation. Despite being thoroughly prepared, a panic-stricken student is less likely to perform than a relaxed and calm aspirant. Therefore, appear the exam with a calm mind and enjoy solving the exam on the final day.
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