You have come this far that you have chosen to conduct a IITs, NITs or IIITs course. However, your journey didn’t start yet as you will first have to clear the IIT JEE entrance exam of the university that you have chosen.
Every university has its own examination with its own rules and regulations. You want to be as prepared as possible because you want to get that admission and start your journey as prospective IITS, NITs or IIITs specialist.
Preparation for the entrance exam is a must if you are serious about your choice and career/future prospectives. As we want all students to achieve their goals and dream job we provide the most helpful tips and tricks to prepare you for your IIT JEE entrance exam of 2017.
Before preparing your exam you have to prepare to be able to start the preparation of your exam. Knowing your strengths and weaknesses is very important in this step. For preparing a good study plan you need to know the exam pattern and your strengths and weaknesses. First study the topics which you are not that much familiar with and after that you can start preparing the topics which you are good at.
Make sure that you make a planning which is interesting and motivating. This you can do by adding breaks, alternating difficult or boring topics with those that are more simple and interest you more. If you plan to study a full day of only difficult topics you will demotivate yourself very soon.
Keep yourself to your scheduled study planning. Don’t start making excuses for not studying or delaying your actually planned study moment.
If you know the pattern of the exam then you know how to prepare yourself. In general the IIT JEE entrance exam has a total of 90 questions, 30 for mathematics, 30 for chemistry and 30 for physics. The exam has to be completed in three hours.
When you conduct the advanced IIT JEE entrance exam then you will have to cover the same topics, but it will be divided over two papers each taking three hours.
Once you know the pattern you can go further with the syllabus. You already know that physics, mathematics and chemistry are the three main subject, but what about the topics under those subject? Mostly the following ‘sub-subjects’ are handled in the exam:
– Physics: motion laws, gravity, kinematics, electronic devices, optics, thermodynamics and electromagnetism.
– Mathematics: differential equations, quadratic equations, sequences and series, matrices, mathematical induction, coordinate geometry and integral calculus.
– Chemistry: atomic structure, redox reactions, basic organic chemistry principles, states of matter, environmental chemistry and chemical kinetics.
Don’t think that you will have enough with just some mock tests and your general knowledge about the topics. Take the study more serieus as it is not child’s play. Chose reliable online and offline sources. This can be a study material that a college offers or a training center or a library. Don’t search the internet on a lucky guess base. Further than that you also have to gather as many Mock Tests as possible so that you can test your already attained knowledge. Only conduct a mock-up test when you think you are ready for it. Learn from your mistakes, study again and test again. See which mistakes you made again and which you made new. Your notes and study material form school can still be useful, but you should not rely on these as only base.
There is no shame in asking advice or help. Asking help you do from a certified and well known coaching institute. The trainers are experienced in preparing students for the IIT JEE entrance exam and thus will help the best. You can also search help and advice with your pears, however, they are also in the proces of the preparation of the IIT JEE entrance exam and thus their advice might not be that accurate as that of a specialist.
Advised is to not study longer than 2-3h straight. You have to be able to process all the information you just attained and discovered. Give yourself the privilege of a break after every 2-3h and do something that relaxes you and you enjoy doing.
During a mock-test you have to time how long you needed for doing the test. Set an alarm at then allowed 3 hours and see how much time you needed more.
You know best whether you are easily distracted and what distract you the most. Remove all those distractive things, whether it goes from noise to food to TV or anything else. Keep the things that distract you for during your breaks. Mostly those things that distract you are the things you like to do, thus keep them for during your planned breaks and you will have something to look forward to.
Don’t waste your health. Those studying during the night because “they study better in the night” is not healthy and you will only absorb 50% of what you are learning. Eat well, keep yourself hydrated (always keep a bottle of water next to you while studying) and get enough and valuable sleep.
Those power naps are maybe good for sometimes and during some particular days, but they are not good during study. So don’t depend on power naps but plan a good night sleep of at least 6h per night.