Study Plan to Crack IIT JEE in 1 year

Complete Study plan to Crack JEE Advanced in 1 Year

 Lots of effort and perseverance is required to crack IIT JEE Advanced and too in one year. Do you have any ideas how to crack IIT JEE 2020? It’s not that the preparation for JEE is that tough but the fact that you need to handle both your board exams along with JEE makes it far more tough than what I had imagined. So, hence we need a study plan which will help us to eradicate our problems away.

How to prepare for IIT JEE in one year?

Before preparing any exam, you must know in and out of it. First step would be to understand the syllabus well. Start studying as per the weightage of each chapter.

Physics SyllabusMajor chuck of questions come from the units Electromagnetism and Mechanics which is almost equal to the 65%. The best part about these units are that they are purely based on concepts and have no formulas to wrote learn again and again. The idea to score in these units is by practicing as many variants as you can and try not to just solve the basic questions. 15% of questions come from units Optics and Properties of Matter. These units are not that conceptual. Usual questions come from these units. The same is the case with Modern Physics which is easy and accounts for 10%. The only unit left is Heat and Thermodynamics which again holds 10% of questions and consists of basic laws based numerical questions.Do not go too deep while studying. Remember that you are not doing PHD, you are preparing for exam. The questions which usually come in JEE are not hard, they are just based on application. Make your concepts strong so they you can easily apply them. 
TopicsWeightage
Kinematics2%
Gravitation2%
Electromagnetic Waves3%
Work Energy Power4%
Electromagnetic Induction4%
Physics and Measurement4%
Properties of Solid and Liquid4%
Atoms and Nuclei5%
Current Electricity6%
Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism6%
Laws of Motion7%
Rotational Motion9%
Thermodynamics10%
Electrostatics11%
Optics11%
Oscillations and Waves12%
Chemistry SyllabusThe most scoring part of chemistry is Physical chemistry which holds 30% weightage in the paper. The questions in this section are typical and not applied. Other 30% of questions come from the section which requires lot and lot of practice since it has mix of typical and applied questions. Basic properties must be understood thoroughly in order to solve physical chemistry questions.The last 40% questions are from organic chemistry which are more or less application-based questions and reactions-based questions. Students often find it hard at first but with regular practice it feels very easy. 
TopicsWeightage
Principles Related to Practical Chemistry1%
Atomic Structure2%
Polymers2%
Nuclear Chemistry2%
Chemical Kinetics2%
Biomolecules2%
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties2%
General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Metals2%
D and F block elements2%
Some Basic Concepts in Chemistry2%
Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen2%
Hydrocarbons2%
Organic Compounds Containing Halogens 2%
Surface Chemistry3%
Redox reactions and electrochemistry4%
Coordination Compounds5%
p-block elements5%
Solutions5%
Purification Characterization Organic Compounds5%
Chemical Thermodynamics5%
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure5%
S-block elements5%
Equilibrium6%
States of Matter7%
Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry9%
Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen11%
  
  
Mathematics SyllabusThe most difficult yet important section of paper is Calculus which alone has 35% questions. Questions from this section come from anywhere and hence requires tons of practice. Vector and 3D questions can be lengthy at times but is very scoring. It accounts for 30% of the questions in the paper.Third highest weightage is given to coordinate geometry which is mostly conceptual and covers 25%. 10% of the questions come from Algebra which are very scoring and easy. Complex Numbers, Probability and Permutation Combination holds 80% out of Algebra. 
TopicsWeightage
Binomial Theorem1%
Logarithm1%
Inverse Trigonometry2%
Differential Equations2%
Straight Lines3%
Permutation and Combinations3%
Application of Derivatives3%
Application of Integrals3%
Matrices and Determinants4%
Limits and Continuity4%
Complex Numbers5%
Three Dimensional Geometry5%
Sequence and Series5%
Vector Algebra5%
Conic Sections5%
Relations and Functions5%
Circles6%
Probability7%
Quadratic Equations7%
Trigonometry8%
Integrals8%
Derivatives8%
  

IIT JEE Preparation Tips (Subject wise)

Tips for Physics

The most common mistakes which students end up doing out is they try out the questions which are usually asked in JEE Advanced. But avoid that. Yes, you do need to study and give more time towards Mechanics, Electromagnetism and numerical problems. They account for about 65% of questions excluding the numerical problems in the paper.

Tips for Chemistry

Start preparing for Organic Chemistry from day 1. Organic Chemistry takes time. But once you get hold of it, the 40% of the paper is done. Once you are done with organic chemistry, you can start devoting time towards Physical Chemistry as it is most scoring section.

Tips for Mathematics

Most scoring subject out of three subjects is definitely MATHS and there is even no question about it. Daily practice is very much required without a miss. Practice all types of questions whether it is simple or complex. If you are serious about getting into IIT, try to make very topic so easy that you can even solve it with eyes closed. Make sure that all mathematics concepts are at your fingertips. Study maths as per the weightage assigned to units. The chapters which come the most must bd studied first followed by others.

Tips to Crack IIT JEE in 1 year

Coaching – You can take either one-year coaching once you have started your class 12th or you can take crash course at the end of one year. Both type of coaching has their own pros and cons. If you have taken the crash course, it will help you to understand where your position lies and also help in quick revision. If you take 1-year coaching, this will tech you the whole syllabus but relatively in a faster pace than 2-year batch. Once you join coaching, you will be mentored by experts and get advice from IIT alumni who will help you to get a head start.

Reference Books- Start referring from different books or buy the set of IIT JEE preparation books of any coaching institute. This will give you an extra edge. You need to practice variety if you want to crack the paper.

Revision- Since you have only 1 year left, you will not have that much time to revise. Try to complete the chapters in 8 months and start revision process. Th more you revise the better. Practice of solving question paper with time constraint is equally important. Time Management is equally important along with accuracy.

Separate notebook for theory and practical- Maintain different set of notebooks for theory and practical, it will make your revision easier.

General Tips for IIT JEE Preparation in 1 year

  • Do not get distracted and try not to procrastinate. Make a plan and follow it religiously every day without fault.
  • Never think any doubt is too small or way too easy. Ask questions and clear your doubts to experts whenever you feel you need it.
  • Eat healthy and hydrate yourself well. You do not have time and energy to waste, your energy should be only utilized for preparation of JEE for next one year.
  • Take small breaks as in exercise or meditate or go for a small walk. This will keep your mind and body happy.

These tips are tried by many students throughout the years and well tested. If you follow these tips, no obstacle can stop you from achieving your goal.

7 quick revision tips for JEE Advanced

  1. Make formulae sheets as and when you study the concepts.
  2. Revise tricky questions as many times you can.
  3. Practice management of time during exam.
  4. Attempt any question you will you can.
  5. Work smarter not harder.
  6. Believe in yourself.

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