Study plan for JEE Main 2020
Study plan for JEE Main 2020 - Before starting your JEE Main 2020 preparation, you need to map down a study plan for JEE Main 2020 to secure a good rank in the exam. Dr APJ Abdul Kalam has rightly said that,” Dream is not what you see in your sleep, dream is something which does not let you sleep.” As soon as a student decides to pursue engineering as his/ her career, burning midnight oil to crack JEE Main becomes a necessity. To make your name shine bright, leave no stone unturned to fulfil the dream. Along with a firm dedication and a will to do hard work, there is a need for a strategic study plan for JEE Main. Be ready to get aboard on the journey of preparation and get yourself familiar with the exam syllabus, exam pattern, and preparation tips given below in the article and prepare your own JEE Main study plan accordingly.
Latest: HRD Minister has announced that CSAB has relaxed JEE Main 2020 eligibility criteria for admissions to NITs and CFITs relaxed; eligibility relaxation for IIITs will be announced later.
Important: JEE Main 2020 exam dates announced; to be conducted on September 1 to 6.
JEE Main Exam Syllabus
Before stepping in the battle ground of your preparation, brief yourself with JEE Main syllabus. Study plan for JEE Main includes a sound knowledge about the syllabus of the exam to ensure that every topic is covered with more emphasis on the important topics. Go through the exam syllabus to figure out the topics to start your preparation with, the topics to cover in the end and prepare your JEE Main study plan accordingly.
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Certain topics carry more weightage and if studied with more focus can result into a better overall score. While jotting down the study plan for JEE Main 2020, keep in mind the topic weightage and segregate the important topics accordingly. Understanding of important topics will help candidates to score high.
JEE Main Important Topics for Mathematics
Application of Derivatives
Vectors & 3D Geometry
Matrices in Algebra; Circle, Parabola, Hyperbola in Coordinate Geometry
Quadratic Equations & Expressions
JEE Main Important Topics for Physics
Newton’s Laws of Motion
Heat and Thermodynamics
Theory of Fields (Electromagnetism)
Waves and Sound
Capacitors & Electrostatics
JEE Main Important Topics for Chemistry
Important Books for Preparation
Important books will provide an aid to brush up the preparation. The list of important books for JEE Main preparation is given below for your guidance.
JEE Main Important Books for Physics
Concepts of Physics -Part I
Concepts of Physics -Part II
Practice Book Physics for JEE Main and Advanced
Problems in General Physics
Physics for JEE (Main and Advanced)-Vol 1 and 2
Resnick, Halliday, Walker
JEE Main Important Books for Chemistry
Robert T. Morrison and Robert N. Boyd
Concepts of Organic Chemistry
Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations
GRB Numerical Chemistry
Concise Inorganic Chemistry
JEE Main Important Books for Mathematics
Degree level Differential Calculus
A Das Gupta
Mathematics for Class 11 and 12
Objective Mathematics for JEE
Problems in Calculus of One Variable
Hall and Knight
JEE Main Exam pattern
While penning down the study plan for JEE Main 2020, brief yourself with JEE Main exam pattern to take your preparation to a higher level by making your brain aware of the types of questions expected and the marking scheme of the paper.
Notes and Self Study
Make self-study the foundation of your preparation and notes the building stones of that foundation. Apart from devoting time in school and coaching (if you have enrolled in one) extract some time for self-study. Making notes will result in the clarity of concepts and resolution of doubts in addition to creating a quick revision guide for those last days of preparation.
Distractions are your enemies
It is beneficial to consider books as your friends but do not forget that distractions are your biggest enemies and a barrier to your preparation. Figure out every possible thing that may distract you from your preparation and ensure that you stay away from them. Prepare your JEE Main study plan keeping this important point in mind.
Along with the hard work spanning day and night, evaluating your preparation is very much necessary. Practice the previous year question papers to keep a check on your preparation. This will help you to figure out your strengths and weaknesses so that you can increase your efforts accordingly. Click here to go through the latest JEE Main papers for self evaluation. After the exam, the authorities also release the JEE Main Answer Key 2020.
Daily dose of motivation
No matter how hard working your brain is, it is natural to expect it to get tired which will eventually push you to demotivate and stress. You need to figure out your stress busters to feed yourself with daily dose of motivation. Remember that you also need to take timely breaks to avoid monotony and tiredness. A tired mind makes more mistakes therefore it is important to keep it fresh and that is done through breaks and motivating activities.
Questions related to JEE Main
can I get 90/100 in chemistry in jee mains if I do only ncert and previous year question paper?
See this is very much harder to study only NCERT and previous year question papers and get 90/100 in Chemistry in JEE Mains Exam. I am not saying it is impossible, if you study and memorize each and every page of NCERT and understand every concept well and practice out last 10 years question papers, then it might be possible.
Else you will have to go through a good book other than NCERT for your JEE Mains preparation.
Refer here to see Best books for JEE Main 2020 - https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/best-books-for-jee-main
Feel free to ask doubts in the Comment Section.
I hope this information helps you.
Is government in the favour or zero year or neet jee postponement?
The only thing that government is concerned right now is about health and safety of the students.
Government is helpless, because conducting the JEE and NEET means risking health of more than 20 lakhs students and looking at the current situation when Covid-19 cases are setting record everyday, its highly likely that the exams will get postponed.
In case if any vaccine arrives or the number of cases gets minimized then the exam might take place as per schedule but at present nothing can be said for sure.You cannot control what will happen in future so you should focus on what you can do now and that is preparations for your exam.
I hope this helps.
can I get 90/100 in maths in jee mains if I do rd Sharma n previous years questions??
Yes,it is possible just that you need to remember the concepts used in the questions,and practice as many questions as you can since Jee mains examination is close.
Since you are using only RD Sharma you should practice it thoroughly,and your aim will be easily reached.
Best of luck;
Will JEE Mains sept. be postponed?
the chances are less for the cancellation of the September JEE mains exam tentative dates has already been prepared for all colleges reopening so if these may open then exam will definitely be conducted and some of the exams has already been conducted so there might be less chances for the cancellation but it depends upon the condition of the global crisis, as the unlock process has already been started in the entire India so the dates given for the JEE mains exam are fixed for now and rest decision will be taken by the NTA authorities for that you should be updated with the official website.
BEST OF LUCK.
1)How Many Students are appearing for COMEDK 2020 ? 2)Will COMEDK get postponed again from 19thAug?? 3)With a view that Kcet & comedk being conducted Will JEE main2020 sept & neet 2020 sept exam also be conducted??
As per the information available by the officials approx 72200 people are going to to take the test COMEDK, it is according to the number of registration but depending upon the condition final students who will attend the test will decrease or may be neutral as per the informations or predictions the exam is still going to conduct depending upon the condition of the crisis there are rare chances that it will be cancelled since many of the exams has already been conducted so these top level exam will be conducted with the vision taken by the higher authorities if it will cancel then the consequences will go with the zero session, and definitely if these exams will be conducted so other exams like JEE mains and neet will also be conducted.
Best of luck.