JEE (joint entrance examination) is the examination conducted by the National Testing Agency for the entrance of engineering, architecture and other technical courses admission across India
JEE is one of the toughest exams after Gaokao in the world. More than 14 lakh students give this exam. It was started in 2002. Students can give the JEE 4 times in a year. Students start preparing for this exam after 10th.
PATTERN OF EXAM:
• The duration of the JEE examination is 3 hours.
• Mode of the JEE exam is online.
• Total number of questions asked in the exam is 75 which is divided into 3 sections:
o Chemistry =25 questions
o Physics =25 questions
o Mathematics =25 questions
• Marking scheme:
• For multiple choice questions: 4 marks are allotted for every correct answer and 1 marks will be deducted for every incorrect answer and no marks will be given for the attempted questions.
• For numerical related questions: 4 marks are given for every correct answer and no marks are given for wrong and unattempted questions.
SYLLABUS OF JEE:
The syllabus of JEE is very vast and advanced level of CBSE class 11th and 12th syllabus , the syllabus contains the subject PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY AND MATHEMATICS:
• PHYSICS SYLLABUS :
Physics_and Measurement, Thermodynamics, Kinematics, Rotational Motion, Gravitation, Work and Energy Power, Properties of Solids and Liquids, Laws of Motion, Electronic Devices, Oscillations, Waves, Current, Electricity, Electromagnetic Waves, Communication Systems, Electromagnetic Induction, Magnetism, Alternating Currents, Magnetic Effects of Current, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Dual Nature of Matter, Radiation, Atoms, Nuclei, Optics, and Electrostatics
• CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS
Basic_concepts in Chemistry, States of Matter,
Chemical bonding, Atomic Structure,
Solutions, Redox Reactions, Chemical equations, Thermodynamics, EQUILIBRIUM, Electrochemistry, Surface Chemistry, Chemical Kinetics
Polymers, Principles of Practical Chemistry,
Organic Compounds – Characterizations and Purification of Oxygen, Halogens, and Nitrogen Organic Compounds
Organic Chemistry: Chemistry in everyday life
Hydrogen, Classification of Elements, Periodicity, Alkali metals, Group 13 elements, Group 18 Elements, Alkaline earth metals, D and f block elements, Coordination compounds, Environmental chemistry, and Isolation of metals
• MATHEMATICS SYLLABUS:
Sets,_ Relations, and Functions, Complex Numbers, Determinant, Quadratic Equations, Matrices, Permutations and Combinations, Mathematical Induction, Sequence Series, Binomial Theorem, Limits and Continuity, Differentiability, Statistics, Differential Equations, Integral Calculus, Trigonometry-, Vectors, Algebra, Coordinate Geometry, Mathematical Reasoning, 3-dimensional Geometry, Probability.
TOP WAY TO ACE JEE PREPARATION :
1. PREPARE PLANE FOR PREPARATION:
First, before starting the preparation of the exam, make a flowchart for the preparation. Many students are lagging behind because they don’t have any strategy for the preparation. So, by making a strategy that contains daily writing, reading, revision, and daily assignments. Working step by step makes the preparation process easy and it also saves time which you can use for the revision.
2. Segregation of topics :
Segregate the topics according to the difficulty level of topics according to you. Work more on the sections which are more difficult. By segregation, preparation becomes easy and you can give more time for the preparation of difficult questions.
The most important part of JEE preparation is practicing Important Questions for JEE Mains. Practice many times because they make the concepts crystal clear. Practice is the only key to success. Practice the questions related to each topic from different books and papers.
4. Give weekly tests:
The weekly test gives the report of work that you have done this week. This is the most worthy part of the preparation. It shows in which topic you are weak and want more learning to make into the level. The weekly test also enhances the learning for the students. These tests are as important as understanding the topics.
5. Do advance study:
In JEE almost every question is an advanced version of the topics that you have learned from the books. So make the preparation advances to solve the problems on an advanced level. The advanced level preparation helps in giving the direction of thinking about the topics in different ways, which helps a lot in the JEE.
6. Read standard books:
While preparing, the most important part of the preparation is choosing the best books. you should choose the book that covers each and every topic of the syllabus in an advanced and elaborated version. Refer to the standard books because standard books are advanced and they are written by qualified IITan’s who are masters in those topics. The standard books enhance the knowledge and give good material for preparing notes.
7. Make Notes :
Make notes for each and every topic of the syllabus and subjects. Notes help in revising the topics and students can easily refer to them. Prefer to write handwritten notes, because you can easily recall while reading what you have written. Make the notes crisped and cover each topic. Also add the graphs, formulas, equations, flow charts and diagrams so that you can easily understand the topics. Use different pens to attract you while reading and preparing. you can refer to the reference books while preparing notes, add the related examples of every topic. Examples help to remember things and make the concept crystal clear.
8. Important questions:
As the syllabus of JEE is vast and advanced. Many students find difficulties while solving the questions. To overcome this problem, practice more questions while preparing all topics. Important Questions for JEE Mains makes the preparation easy, and this also helps in understanding the topics. Important questions help in knowing which type of questions are asked in the exam.
9. Sample papers:
Solving the sample paper boosts the preparation of the JEE mains preparation. They help in knowing the weak points and help in time management. You can refer to the sample papers and previous years papers for knowing the trends of questions asked in the JEE exams. The sample papers give a quick revision of the vast syllabus and to the syllabus.
These are some tips to ACE the preparation of JEE examination. Work on the weak topics and practice more while preparing for the exam.