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WBJEE 2019: The WBJEE exam 2019 will be conducted on May 26, 2019 in offline mode. The exam will have two mandatory papers – Paper I (Mathematics) and Paper II (Physics and Chemistry). Based on marks obtained by the candidate in the entrance exam, WBJEE 2019 rank list will be prepared which will be the basis of admission. Candidates must ensure their eligibility for WBJEE exam and need to ensure they meet prescribed WBJEE 2019 eligibility criteria. The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board has closed online application process for WBJEE 2019 for admission to B.Tech courses in West Bengal. The application forms were available from December 26 to January 22.
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Attempted by around 1.3 lakh candidates every year, the entrance exam is considered amongst the toughest and need comprehensive preparation. Many times it happens that a candidate may have the potential and the necessary skill sets, but still lose his/her way. At other times mistakes happen because the candidate is not sure where to start, how to pace the preparation, and there is also the issue of maintaining momentum. The tips included in WBJEE 2019 - Preparation Tips, Important Topics and Books will stop that from happening. Go through the complete article to know more about preparation tips, important topics and books for WBJEE 2019.Just in case you aren’t sure how to approach your preparation, you need only to look at WBJEE 2019 - Preparation Tips, Important Topics and Books, a comprehensive study model brought to you by Careers360.
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Name of the Examination
West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination
Commonly Known As
West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board
Category of Examination
Level of Exam
Mode of Application
WBJEE 2019 Application form
December 26, 2018 to January 23, 2019
Release of Admit Card
May 14, 2019
WBJEE 2019 Exam
May 26, 2019
Availability of Provisional Answer Key
To be notified
Availability of Final Answer Key
Declaration of Result
July 2, 2019
Start of Registration for Counselling
Seat Allotment – Round I
Seat Allotment – Round II
Seat Allotment – Round III
Mop-up Seat Allotment Round
Mode of Examination
Offline (OMR-based) Mode
Paper-II (Physics & Chemistry)
Duration of Examination
Paper I – 2 hours
Paper II – 2 hours
Type of Questions
Objective (Multiple Choice Questions)
Number of Questions and Total Marks
Paper I – Physics and Chemistry
Number of Questions: Physics – 40, Chemistry – 40
Total Marks: Physics – 50, Chemistry – 50
Paper II - Mathematics
Number of Questions: 75
Total Marks: 100
Category Wise Division of Questions
Physics & Chemistry - 30 Questions in Category I, 5 Questions each in Category II and III.
Mathematics – 50 Questions in Category I, 15 Questions in Category II and 10 Questions in Category III.
Total Number of Questions
Total Marks of Examination
Category I – Each answer carries 1 mark
Category II and III – Correct response carries 2 marks
For each incorrect answer in Category I and II, 1/4th mark will be deducted. There is no negative marking for questions in Category III
WBJEE 2019 Syllabus
Candidates must follow the syllabus of WBJEE 2018 when preparing for the exam, as very few questions are asked outside it. The exam conducting body has released the WBJEE 2019 separately for the three subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. When making a study plan, the candidate needs to ensure that they consider the weightage carried by various topics. This will enable the candidate to focus on more scoring areas, while also ensuring they have all the bases covered.
Previous year’s WBJEE Exam Analysis
As per feedback from students who appeared in WBJEE 2018, the Mathematics paper was difficult compared to previous years. Of the three sections, Section C was the easiest, followed by Sections A and B. The paper was lengthy, with many application-based questions. Mathematics was also the most difficult of the three subjects. Both physics and chemistry were of moderate difficulty level. Interestingly, chemistry didn’t include any numerical questions. As for physics, many students found Kinematics to be a bit tricky.
How to Prepare for WBJEE 2019
There is no-shortcut to success, so the candidates need to pull up their socks and get going. Here are some points that candidate may bear in mind during WBJEE 2019 preparation:
Check out the syllabus: Most students do, but is important that the candidate also chalks out a strategy to tackle it. For example, the candidate may find some chapters to be easy and some difficult. So, instead of spending time on the difficult ones, the candidate may first complete the easier topics, and then come to the difficult ones later. That being said, some chapters are also interlinked, meaning the concepts you read in one topic may help you understand another topic better. If that is the case, you have to follow the correct sequence. It is also not a bad idea to find out weightage carried by different topics.
Prepare and stick to a study plan: When preparing a study schedule, ensure it is realistic. It means allocating time for each topic based on how much time you think will be needed to complete them. The schedule should also have provisions for revision and other activities like mock tests and solving of sample papers. Finally, don’t forget to do timely review. If at any stage of preparation, if you feel you are lagging behind or things are not going according to plan, you also be ready to make changes to the plan.
Do timely revision: You have to revisit many of the topics you have read, as it is not possible to retain everything at one sitting. Generally, you will need more and frequent revision of difficult topics. When planning revision, it is prudent to not put subsequent revision too far apart. It is because, if the time lag is more your earlier effort will be less prominent, and you will more like you are reading the topic for the first time.
Solve sample and take mock tests: Theoretical knowledge is important, but it is equally, if not more, important to have problem solving skills. And you can develop this skill by solving WBJEE question and sample papers. Also, since sample papers contains similar type of questions to the ones asked in the exam, it will help you gauge the difficulty level of the exam and types of questions asked. In the final months or days, taking mock test of WBJEE is also recommended to get into exam mode.
Don’t push yourself too hard or overdo things: If your preparation is working like a well-oiled machine, you don’t push it so hard that it breaks down. Take for example, if you are studying 7-8 hours a day, and you are ahead of schedule, you don’t have to suddenly go to 10-12 hours a day. It is because putting additional stress on the body might bring down efficiency and there is also the possibility of burning out.
Stay healthy: This point is an extension of the previous point. In the race to complete the syllabus, many students forget to take proper care of their health. But please note that when you are healthy, your efficiency would be much higher than when your body is exhausted. So, ensure you have your full quota of sleep, eat healthy food, take timely break between studies.
Best books for WBJEE 2019 Preparation
Reading from good books, which explain concepts lucidly, have minimum errors and problem sets, is a recipe for success. Also please note not to cram your study with books, as you will get lost in it. Instead, buy as few books as you can, only ensure that they cover all the bases. Make it a point that you take notes during study and underline key points.
Books for WBJEE 2019 Preparation
Important topics for WBJEE 2019
A simple analysis of the exam will tell you that not all topics are equal as some carry more weightage than others. So it is prudent that you pay these topics that extra bit of attention they warrant. And if you are prepared, and there are more questions from these topics on exam day, you will have little to worry about.
Subject-wise Important Topics of WBJEE 2019
Physical World, MeasurementsUnits& dimensions
Laws of motion
Work, power, energy
Kinetic theory of gases
Oscillations & Waves
Magnetic effect of current
Solid state Electronics etc.
Atoms, Molecules and Chemical Arithmetic
Radioactivity and Nuclear Chemistry
The Periodic Table and Chemical Families
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
Chemical Energetics and Chemical Dynamics
Physical Chemistry of Solutions
Chemistry of Non-Metallic Elements and their Compounds
Ionic and Redox Equilibria
Chemistry of Metals
Chemistry in Industry
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
Chemistry of Carbon Compounds
Aldehydes and Ketones
Application Oriented chemistry
Introduction to Bio-Molecules
Principles of Qualitative Analysis
A.P., G.P., H.P.
Permutation and combination
Sets, Relations and Mappings
Principle of mathematical induction
Statistics and Probability
Application of Calculus
Coordinate geometry of three dimensions
Second order derivative
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WBJEE last date for application ended on November 13th, 2019 and no extension has been announced until now. Now, it is too late already and there will not be any reopening of registration for WBJEE. So you cannot apply for WBJEE now because there in facility of submission of application form with late fees payment. But you can also try writing JEE. If you missed applying for January session, atleast apply for April session. If you wait for WBJEE, you will have to wait for another year and waste an academic year. But if you write JEE in April, you will not lose out on an year.
WBJEE is comparitively easier than JEE main, therefore if you are able to solve JEE main Physics and Mathematics questions, then no need of worrying.
Both of these subject are conceptual, and the more you practise, the more shortcuts you discover. Try solving solved question first, and build your concept.
Whereas if you want to improove, I suggest you to go through the standard books such as H.C Verma, I.E. Irodov, D.C Pandey, and NCERT. For WBJEE, NCERT and H.C. Verma would be enough. Apart from this you may also consider the past year papers.
For mathematics, the more you practise, the less it is. Therefore, I would suggest you to go through as many books as time permits, for Maths. Consider, RD Sharma, NCERT, your school Text Book, Mathematics by R.S. Aggarwal, and of course previous year papers of WBJEE.
In case you fall short of material, go for some good coaching institute material, or solve JEE problems.
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