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JEE Main 2020 Preparation Time Table for 1 Month - One can count the number of days left for January and with it, the days for one of the major events of the month are also not far. JEE Main 2020 January attempt is scheduled to be conducted from January 6 to 11. Candidates appearing in the exam, it has become crucial to making a timetable for preparation of JEE Main 2020 for 1 month that is left. This time left for the exam will decide the fate of candidates appearing as revision holds more importance than preparation in the real sense. Even if you have covered the whole syllabus but failed to revise the concepts, formulas, and theories before the final day, you may not be able to recall them all inside the examination hall. So, to avoid such a situation, it's better to make JEE Main preparation 2020 timetable for 1 month and follow it religiously. This JEE Main 2020 preparation timetable for 1 month will help you in both the attempts of JEE Main, since, the syllabus will remain the same. However, you can customize it according to your level of preparation. Amidst all this chaos and pressure of JEE Main, it is not a good idea to devote your hours to the timetable preparation, so, worry not as Careers360 is here with 1-month preparation timetable for JEE Main 2020.Latest: JEE Main 2020 admit card is now available in online mode.
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JEE Main 2020 is very important for any candidate who aims to get admission into IITs, NITs, IIITs, GFTIs, and other esteemed institutes. The bigger the dream, the better the preparation. So, here you all can go ahead and check out the complete timetable of JEE Main 2020 for 1 month preparation.
JEE Main Preparation Time Table for 1 Month
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The timetable has been made week wise and day wise keeping in mind the burden, candidates must be facing right now but also making sure that they keep fit and healthy without bothering their mental peace at this point and time. Because, only if you will be healthy and in a happy space, you will be able to perform better in the exam and outshine others.
Week 1: Study Important & Less Important Topics in Mixed Format
Work, Energy, and Power
Application & Derivation
Alkyl Halides & Aryl Halides
Limit & Continuity
Circles & Family of Circles
Sets, Relations & Functions
Alcohol, Phenol & Ether
Carboxylic Acid & their Derivatives
Wave Motion & String Waves
Straight Lines & Pair of Straight Lines
d & f Block
Newton’s Law of Motion
Probability & Statistics
Choose this day to solve mock test and sample question papers. When solving the mock test remember to time your attempt and end the test as soon as the allotted time is up. This will help you prepare better on how to manage your time properly on the day of the exam. After finishing the JEE Main Mock Test, go through the answers. Don't be disheartened with the incorrect ones. Go back and revise those topics where you selected the incorrect responses.
Week 2: Start Revision of Previously Studied Chapters along with New Ones
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Simple Harmonic Motion
General Organic Chemistry
Wave & String Motion
Centre of Mass, Momentum & Collision
Sequence and Series
Wave & Ray Optics
Properties of Matter, Elasticity
Complex Number, Theory of Equation
Hydrogen & its Compound
Work, Energy & Power
p, d & f, s block
Newton’s Law + Friction
Inverse Trigonometric Function
Heat & Thermodynamics
Matrices & Determinants
Sequence of Series
Solve the sample papers and mock tests. Time your attempt and finish the exam within the allotted time. If you are still not able to finish the exam within the time limit, then work on your time management skills. Divide the allotted time between the subjects. Take note of the incorrect responses and go back to revise them.
Week 3: Give More Emphasis on Revision
Limit of Continuity
Solution of Triangles
Fundamentals of Mathematics
Chemistry in Everyday Life
Nuclear Physics & Modern Physics
Semiconductors & Electronic Devices
Permutation & Combination
Qualitative Salt Analysis
Rotational Dynamics & Fluid Mechanics
Thermodynamics & Mole Concept
Units & Dimension
Isomerism of Organic Compounds
Do not stop practicing the sample papers and mock test. Remember to keep the time limit in mind. Make notes of the questions which you find hard to answer.
Week 4 – Day Wise Subject Revision
Topic for Revision
Theory of Equations
Aldehyde & Ketone
Alcohols, Phenols & Ether
Ray Optics & Wave Optics
Sequence & Series
Applications of Derivative
Solve subject wise sample question papers and mock test on this day of the month. Make sure all the important topics studied in this week are covered. Since the JEE Main exam is near, spend the entire day fixing the incorrect responses and trying to understand those concepts which you find hard to grasp.
Week 4: Reflect and Revise
Things to Do
Gather all the notes that you made while preparing for the exam and go through them.
Separate your strong and weak points in the syllabus
Go back to the concepts and topics you are still unsure of. Try to understand and learn the basic concepts.
Make flash cards and revise and learn through them.
Revise all of the formulas learned till date.
Assign each concept or formula with a keyword with which you can easily relate and remember.
Look at all the topics you are most confident in and revise it.
Knowing your best-known topics in more detail will give you more scope to score more in the exam
DO NOT STUDY ANY NEW TOPICS. Just keep revising all that you have studied and do not bring up any new topics. Strengthen those concepts which you know very well.
On the last day, before the exam, sleep with a light heart and mind. Go to bed early and wake up feeling fresh and confident to face the time you have been preparing so hard for and give it back on the face. Enter the examination hall with a cheerful smile and leave it the same way, irrespective of how the paper was, because firstly, it's just an exam and secondly, you have one more attempt to appear in.
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With your rank you can predict the chances of admission . Using this formula 100 - total NTA score × 869010/100. And if the number of candidates are increasing in April session then 100- your total NTA score × 12,00000/100 .
Your predicted score is 1,30352
Some of the colleges you have the chances of admission are
Terna college of Engineering
Lokmanya Tilak college of Engineering
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Hope this will help you.
It is difficult to predict score eligibility for JEE advance.
But you can predict your expected rank from the following formula :
(100 - 89.24 ) X 869010 / 100 so using this formula your expected rank will be
93 , 505 . But for april session if the number of students increase therefore instead of 869010 it would be number of candidates that appeared in April session. so it can only be predicted after April session.
For NIT , most probably you need 95 + percentile.
For more information you can refer to the link below :
All the best !!
Hope it helps :)
Here is the updated version of marks vs percentile of january session. You can refer to the link below :
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If you are a coaching student
then, first of all, try to solve your coaching materials I.e your sheet/DPP & coaching notes.
*If you are not a coaching student then you can buy online video lectures of top faculties of Kota.
& to strengthen your basic concept you can follow the following books
-for physical chemistry: V.K.Jaiswal
-for organic chemistry: M.S.Chauhan
-for Inorganic Chemistry: Vijay Joshi
don't go directly to follow some foreign authors .first build your concept by reading all those Indian authors' books which were mentioned above.
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