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How to Prepare For JEE Main in 6 Months

Only a few months are left for the JEE Mains January session exam. In such a short time left, all of you must be wondering how to prepare for the exam in the remaining 6 months. Don’t panic, we are providing here how to prepare for the exam in remaining time. The tips on how to make a timetable, Important topics to study, best way to study and more are detailed in this article to help you to prepare for the exam in the remaining 6 months. The exam will be conducted twice in the month of January and April. Just after completion of the exam students will eagerly wait for the release of JEE Main Answer Key 2020. In the following points, you can check how to prepare for this exam in a very short time period.

1. Changes in Exam Pattern

To prepare for the exam in 6 months in a fast track manner, the student should be well versed with the pattern of the exam. Total questions will be 75 in number with 25 each from physics, chemistry, and mathematics. There is also negative marking so, guesswork is out. Integer type questions are newly added in the question paper.

2. Important Topics

If you want to crack the JEE Main exam in 6 months, you should know what topics and subjects you have to cover. The syllabus of exam is very similar to the syllabus of class 11 and 12 so this is a plus point because you study these in school and at home too. Since there are no two different syllabus, its an advantage as preparation for board and JEE Main 2020 can be done at the same time. Go through the syllabus before starting your preparation. Identify your weak areas and strong areas.

Physics Topics with Weightage

Chemistry Topics with Weightage

Mathematics Topics with Weightage

Physics and Measurement(4%)

Properties of Solids and Liquids(5%)

Thermodynamics (9%)

Electrostatics (9%)

Current Electricity (8%)

Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism(5%)

Electromagnetic Waves(5%)

Optics (10%)

Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation(6%)

Electronic devices (14%)

Communication Systems(5%)

Some basic concepts in Chemistry(5%)

Solutions (5%)

Chemical Thermodynamics(4%)

Equilibrium (6%)

Redox Reaction and Electrochemistry(4%)

p- Block Elements (5%)

Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure(5%)

d - and f - BLOCK ELEMENTS(4%)

Coordination Compounds(4%)

Organic Compounds containing Halogens(2%)

Organic Compounds containing Oxygen(6%)

Chemistry in Everyday Life(4%)

Sets, Relations and Functions(5%)

Complex numbers and quadratic equations(7%)

Matrices and Determinants(7%)

Permutations and combinations(4%)

Sequence and series (5%)

Integral Calculus (9%)

Limit , continuity and differentiability(10%)

Coordinate geometry(15%)

Three Dimensional Geometry(6%)

Vector Algebra(5%)

Statistics and Probability(8%)

Trigonometry (4%)

3. Recommend Books

While NCERT is good to base your concepts on, that extra bits come from good reference books. Selection of the reference books matters in this exam. Go for simple books or study material that come with good instructions and correct solutions. Check the books written below to prepare for the exam.

  • Physics - H.C Verma (Part 1 and Part 2)
  • Chemistry - NCERT, O.P Tandon
  • Mathematics - Arihant Publication, Coaching Material

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4. Make Proper Time Table and strictly follows that.

5. Stay Healthy and Fit.

6. Revise Regularly.

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