How to start JEE Main 2020 preparation from scratch?
How to start JEE Main 2020 preparation from scratch? - There is a variety of students preparing for JEE Main exam and the dedication with which they prepare for the exam also varies. Some are already done with their preparation, while there are others who are yet to start JEE Main preparation from scratch and need to know some formula on this. For the second category of candidates, Careers360 brings suggestions from Mr. Pramod Maheshwari (CMD at Career Point Group and Chancellor at Career Point University) who shared tips on how to start JEE Main preparation from scratch. According to him, it is still not impossible to start JEE Main 2020 preparation and the right strategy can help one understand where one stands and what needs to be done to bring the best of results. Thus, refer to the article below and know what can be done at this stage and know how to start JEE Main preparation from scratch.
Video on JEE Main preparation tips by Mr. Pramod Maheshwari (CMD at Career Point Group and Chancellor at Career Point University)
Segregate the topics
According to Mr. Maheshwari, a candidate who is yet to start JEE Main preparation from scratch, he or she should first of all sit back and segregate the topics out of JEE Main syllabus and segregate them in the following manner:
List down all the topics on a page
Grade the chapters based on your level comfort and understanding
Put the most comfortable and easiest on top
Next come the topics which are somewhat difficult but understandable with less effort
The last ones should be the topics that the candidate is not at all comfortable with
Starting JEE Main preparation from scratch
For candidates who have stopped their studies are advised by Mr. Maheshwari to kick start with the chapters that are put among the top ones in the segregation list. This will help them as a threshold and excite them to study. According to him, starting with such topics will let candidates sit back and study because they are comfortable with those topics and develop interest with JEE Main 2020 preparation. Such students should go with the flow from easier to difficult topics and the plan will help them prepare well for the entrance exam.
Fighter approach for JEE Main
For students who are kind of a fighter, in other words, who are not afraid and can start their JEE Main preparation from whatever topic because they are confident and dedicated enough towards their preparation.Such students should start JEE Main 2020 preparation from scratch while taking the difficult topics that they are not comfortable with. The reason behind starting from the bottom of segregated topics is that because JEE Main is approaching soon with less than 60 days, so they will cover the topics this way and get the momentum to study more. Whenever such students feel like giving up or getting bored, they should take up the easier topics they enjoy studying.
Momentum to prepare for JEE Main Exam
The students looking for a response on how to start JEE Main preparation from scratch should note that the above mentioned approaches only aim for bringing that momentum. Making a plan is one thing but the problem most students face while preparing for JEE Main from scratch is that they do not know where to start from and thus, lose the momentum because they are unable to engage themselves into studies. All one has to do is make up their mind to just do it anyway. Students do not need to plan a lot on how to start JEE Main preparation but just start with it.
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Questions related to JEE Main
Is it possible to get air1 in jee advanced by only the preparation 6 months for jee advanced 2021?
Yes of course you can get AIR 1 in JEE-Advance 2021 because you have plenty of time from now but the condition is that you should be consistent and dedicated towards your preparation.
I will help you with some best preparation tips which you can follow to ace the target :-
- Practice numericals as much as possible because practicing numericals and clarity of concepts are the only keys to secure good rank in JEE-Advance.
- Practice 5 previous year question paper at least to get an overview of examination.
- NCERT books should be your first preference to build your basic concept and make sure you do each and every question of NCERT before going towards any reference book.
- After completing NCERT books thoroughly refer to your coaching material or any reference book as mentioned below :-
- Concept of physics by HC VERMA
- OP TONDON CHEMISTRY
- Rd Sharma Mathematics
- Arihant practice book for JEE-Advance.
- You can also subscribe to careers360 knockout package for preparing and qualifying the entrance examination, it offers you 100% money back guarantee if you do not qualify. Link for the same is given below :-
I hope this information helps you.
minimum percentile required in JEE main for selection in top colleges
Hello student cut off vary every year on various factors like the level of question in the entrance examination and total number of applicants in that examination.
To get admission in top colleges you need to score more than 97 percentile.
I request you to please help me with your category and preferable college so that I can check and provide you the exact information about the same.
Feel free to comment if you have any doubt
Can I get air1 in jee advanced if I start preperation from August for jee advanced 2021?
Getting air-1 in JEE advanced is really a difficult job , and you want to prepare for jee advanced 2021 from August 2020 which make it even more difficult as you have limited time to prepare and syllabus is wide and vast but yes no thing is impossible and so yes you can definitely get AIR 1 in jee advanced but it all depends upon the amount of effort you put in and how honest and dedicated you remain towards your preparation from August 2020 for your jee advanced 2021
Follow the below tips to prepare well for your JEE Advance:-
Go well through the syllabus of JEE advance first , your major focus should be on clearing concepts while going through the syllabus as JEE advance questions are very difficult and crystal clear concepts are required to solve them
Some of the top books which you can follow for the preparation of your JEE advanced examination is provided below:-
*Concepts of physics Vol I and II by HC Verma
*Problems in General Physics by I.E Irodov
*Objective questions on physics by DC Pandey
*Maths XI and XII by RD Sharma
*Complete mathematics for JEE advance by TMH
*New pattern mathematics for JEE advanced by Arihant publications
*Ncert Chemistry for class XI and XII
*Physical Chemistry by OP Tondon
*Numerical Chemistry by P.Bahadur
*Organic chemistry by OP Tondon
Practice questions after finishing each chapter you should practice numericals and mcqs
You should practise at least 100 numericals and mcqs in Each chapter to master concepts so that you can solve numericals and MCQs easily
Revise your concepts, important formulas etc at regular intervals, like once in a week or 15 days .
Make routine or timetable :- you can make a routine as well and try to give at least 8 hours or more to study.
Solve previous year questions of JEE Advance
once you are done with the complete neet syllabus go through mock test papers of JEE Advance .
I hope that you find this helpful
suggest me best college without clearing jee or iit exam??
Here's a list of engineering colleges in India which conduct their own entrance exams
- BITS Pilani
- Thapar University, Patiala
- MIT Manipal
- Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering Chennai
- VIT Vellore
- RV college of engineering, Bangalore
- SRM Chennai
- MS Ramaiah, Bangalore
- UPES, Dehradun
Hope it helps
easy chapters in chemistry for jee main exam
Satish, more than easy chapters, we shall help you with those Chapters that have extra weightage and the ones that have lesser weightage so that you can prepare accordingly. . In Chemistry, Transition Elements and Coordination Chemistry, Periodic Table and Representative elements take 3 questions slot. Thermodynamics and Gaseous state, Atomic structure, Chemical Bonding, Chemical and Iconic Equilibrium, Solid State and Surface Chemistry and Nuclear Chemistry and Environment get 2 questions slot each and the remaining get 1 question each.
The MHRD has come up with a new schedule for JEE Mains, JEE Advanced and NEET 2020. JEE Main examination will be held between 1st-6th Sept, JEE advanced exam will be held on 27th Sept & NEET examination will be held on 13th Sept. And NTA has opened the correction window from July 4th to July 15rh. You can read our article https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-main-application-form-correction . At this point in time, this is the information we have. And if you are preparing for JEE Mains, you can try our Knockout package: https://learn.careers360.com/knockout-jee-main-april/ And because you have 2 more months to prepare for JEE Mains, you may as well use this opportunity.