Study plan for JEE Main 2021 - Know How to Prepare
Study plan for JEE Main 2021- Students who desire to pursue engineering and have decided to appear in JEE Main 2021 exam are required to burn midnight oil and leave no stone unturned to excel the exam. Putting in hours to study for the exam is not enough, students should have a study plan for JEE Main 2021 to follow. Strategic study planning for the JEE Main 2021 exam is a must. Aspirants are advised to to map down a JEE Main study plan in order to secure a good rank in the NTA exam. Here in this article, we share the study plan for JEE Main 2020 that will help aspirants to stay a step ahead of their peers. Read the complete article to know the tips to prepare the study plan for JEE Main 2021.
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JEE Main 2021 Study Plan
JEE Main is one of the most important exams to get admission into top engineering colleges across the country. Let us have a look at some of the points to remember while preparing the study plan for JEE Main 2021.
JEE Main Syllabus
The very first step towards preparing the JEE Main 2021 study plan is having a sound knowledge of the syllabus. JEE Main syllabus 2021 will help the aspirants to understand the topics from which the questions will be asked in the entrance exam. Also, having a list of all the topics that must be covered during the JEE Main preparation will rule out the chances of missing out on any topic.
Understanding JEE Main Exam Pattern
Before commencing the JEE Main 2021 preparation, it is important for students to understand the nature of the exam. Students should start by understanding the pattern of the JEE Main exam. The exam pattern contains details related to how the question paper is designed and the type of questions that will be asked in the exam. Candidates should also check the previous year’s JEE Main analysis for better understanding. Understanding the pattern of the exam beforehand will help in preparing the study plan for JEE Main in a much better way.
JEE Main Exam Pattern
The Mathematics and Aptitude test will be computer-based, while the Drawing test will be held in the pen-and-paper based mode. Planning section for B.Plan will be computer based
Total number of questions
75 (25 questions in each subject)
B.Arch - 77 (25 questions in Mathematics, 50 questions in Aptitude and 2 in Drawing)
B.Plan - 100 (25 questions in Mathematics, 50 questions in Aptitude and 25 in Planning section)
Physics, Mathematics & Chemistry
B.Arch - Maths, General Aptitude and Drawing skills
B.Plan - Maths, General Aptitude and Planning section
Type of Questions
20 MCQs (Multiple choice questions)
5 Numerical Questions with numerical value as answer
Total of 400 Marks (Drawing section - 70 marks)
Four marks will be awarded for every correct answer. One mark will be deducted for the incorrect response in MCQs. No marks will be for unattempted questions.
Medium of paper
English or Hindi or Gujarati (Candidates from Gujarat, Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu and can choose Gujarati language)
List down Important Topics
Although skipping any topic included in a syllabus is said to be strictly NO while preparing for the JEE Main 2020 exam, students must divide out the syllabus as important topics and not so important topics. By dividing the topics on the basis of the weightage of JEE Main syllabus, the candidates will be able to know the topics which have to be more focused on and can prepare accordingly for the exam. Candidates can check past year’s JEE Main question papers for reference. While preparing the study plan for JEE Main 2021, students can allot extra time to the important topics.
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
Select JEE Main Books Wisely
Undoubtedly the source or the book from where one does his or her preparation for the entrance exam plays a vital role. Not every book is suitable for every exam. Therefore, JEE Main 2021 aspirants are advised to know the best books to refer for JEE Main exam. Below are some of the best books for JEE Main exam 2021:
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 Chemistry Important Books
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
Prepare Short Notes
Students are advised to start preparing the short notes from the beginning of the preparation while doing every topic. This will help them to revise the topics after every interval without going through the entire topic again. This will not only help to keep the formulas and concepts fresh in mind but also save a lot of time.
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Questions related to JEE Main
Without passing JEE exam can we get admission in IIT college Hyderabad
To gain admission to B.Tech and B.Tech+ M.Tech courses, candidates will have to apply for JEE Main, followed by JEE Advanced there is no other way you need to give JEE main and then JEE advanced to get admission in IIT Hyderabad. The admissions are based on the rank you get in JEE Advanced. Admission to the B.Tech. program is through IIT-JEE. This is followed by Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) Counselling. Candidates have to apply and appear in JEE Main and qualify it and then appear for JEE Advanced and obtain a valid rank.
which NITs can i get with 95.3664935 percentile in JEE .I am from SC category
As you mentioned you have got 95.3 percentile and considering the fact the you are from sc category then you should be rest assured that you will get one of the top nits in india.
For college prediction you can check out the link given below-
How much minimum score is required in JEE Mains in order to to get admission in NITs ?
I am assuming that you belong to general category
This is a bit difficult to predict the marks/percentile/rank required in JEE mains as closing rank keeps changing every year depending upon various factors like number of students that appeared in the exam, kind of marks obtained by them , toughness level of the jee main examination , number of seats available for the branch you want etc.
When we go through previous year trend then ,
Under other state quota , closing rank for some of the nits for which closing rank goes low are listed below along with their closing rank in the 6th round of josaa counselling 2020 for general category :-
National Institute of Technology Sikkim, Civil Engineering :- 47412
National Institute of Technology, Andhra Pradesh, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering :- 47207
National Institute of Technology, Mizoram, Civil Engineering:- 49757
National Institute of Technology Agartala, Biotechnology and Biochemical Engineering :- 50,010
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From above, it is clear that you need at least a rank of around 45,000 - 50,000 to get into an NIT under other state quota. And to get a rank in this range, you need at atleast around 96 percentile i. e around 110 marks at least as per our rank predictor at
To have a personalised report on your chances of getting a college you can go through our college predictor, it will give you complete list of colleges which you can get on the basis of the category you belong to, your home state, your gender etc, the link for jee main college predictor is provided below
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how to go for 80%tile to 97 in jee mains 2021 ? in these days
Hope you are doing well
To improve your percentile from 80 to 97 in JEE Mains then you will revise the topics and cover the high weightage topic first and solve previous year paper. You make schedule than follow that schedule and cover all topics and solve papers this will help you to maintain accuracy and time management.
I'll tell you the topic whose score more you will cover these topic first:-
- Modern Physics - 20 marks
- Heat and Thermodynamics Optics - 12 marks
- Optics - 12 marks
- Current Electricity -12 marks
- Electrostatics - 12 marks
- Magnetics - 8 marks
- Transition Elements and Coordination Chemistry - 12 marks
- Periodic table and Representative Elements - 12 marks
- Thermodynamics And Gaseous State - 8 marks
- Atomic Structure - 8 marks
- Chemical Bonding - 8 marks
- Chemical And Ionic Equilibrium - 8 marks
- Solid State And Surface Chemistry - 8 marks
- Nuclear Chemistry And Environment - 8 marks
- Coordinate Geometry - 20 marks
- Limits, Continuity and Differentiability - 12 marks
- Integral Calculus - 12 marks
- Complex numbers and Quadratic Equation - 8 marks
- Matrices and Determinants - 8 marks
- Statistics and Probability - 8 marks
- Three Dimensional Geometry - 8 marks
- 8 marks.
first you cover these topics then go with other topics whose weightage is low:-
- Unit, Dimension and Vector - 4 marks
- Kinematics - 4 marks
- Laws of motion - 4 marks
- Work, Power and Energy - 4 marks
- Centre Of Mass, Impulse and Momentum - 4 marks
- Rotation - 4 marks
- Gravitation - 4 marks
- Simple Harmonic Motion - 4 marks
- Solids and Fluids - 4 marks
- Waves - 4 marks
Electromagnetics Induction ; AC
- 4 marks
- Mole Concept - 4 marks
- Redox Reaction - 4 marks
- Electrochemistry - 4 marks
- Chemical Kinetics - 4 marks
- Solution and Colligative Properties - 4 marks
- General Organic Chemistry - 4 marks
- Stereochemistry - 4 marks
- Hydrocarbon - 4 marks
- Alkyl Halides - 4 marks
- Carboxylic Acid and their Derivatives - 4 marks
- Carbohydrates,amino acid and Polymers - 4 marks
- Aromatic Compounds - 4 marks
- Sets, Relation and Function - 4 marks
- Permutations and Combinations - 4 marks
- Binomial Theorem and Its Application - 4 marks
- Sequences and Series - 4 marks
- Trigonometry - 4 marks
- Mathematical Reasoning - 4 marks
- Differential Equation - marks
- Statics and Dynamics - 4 marks
- Differential Calculus - 4 marks
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when jee april will conducted?
Hello aman raj
I hope you are doing good. I would like to know you that jee main april has been postponed by nta due to lockdown . Their is no offficial tentative for when jee main will be held as their are sudden increases in covid cases in every state . So unless until lockdown will not be removed from every state , it is not possible to conduct jee main exams. However , I would suggest you to prepare hard as you have golden time to do extra effort and give mocks
Hope you found this answer helpful. Good luck for your future
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