JEE Main is one of the major engineering exams for all the 10+2 engineering candidates. JEE Main Preparation is a laborious practice which requires proper strategy and plan. JEE Main 2018 is a gateway to some of the top engineering institutes such as IITs, NITs, IIITs, etc.
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Students obligatory to approach both JEE Main and boards with a compact preparation strategy to perform well. Therefore, in this article, we will look into some of the important topics and form a preparation timetable.
JEE Main study material consists of different resources including- important books, sample papers, study notes, lecture notes, android apps, etc.
It is recommended for all the JEE Main candidates to get their basics strong and cover each and every topic given in NCERT books of both class 11 and class 12. However, there are some advisable books for JEE Main Preparation which comprise:
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Apart from some good books, candidates can go for Android apps specially designed for JEE Main Preparation. These apps comprise Topper, JEE Main Prep, Unacademy Learning App, etc.
With the advent of digitization in every sphere, online education has paced up considerably. Some of them comprise. There are many online resources available for JEE Main Preparation.
We all are aware that JEE Main is organized in the first week of April every year, just when board exams are underway. Therefore, preparation for JEE Main is crucial, especially in the last 30 days.
While preparing for JEE Main, aspirants must refer to good study notes and exercise as many sample papers as they can. For your convenience, we have compiled JEE Main Study Notes and Lecture notes from top institutes and toppers as well. Along with it, earlier year question papers and sample papers are available. Download JEE Main Study Notes from the table below:
JEE Main Sample Papers for each subject have been tabulated below:
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Ashwin Kumar Scored 210 in JEE Main 2013
He got admission in NIT Warangal. He appeared in 2013 and scored 210 out of 360 in the exam. He followed the ideology of accuracy within the time limit and studied earlier year papers with the primary focus on NCERT books.
He says practicing 1 earlier year paper every 4th-5th day for a month can help you a lot. He used to make short notes of important formulas and reactions and used to revise it daily in the morning for at least one hour or so.
Purvi Mittal Scored 223 in JEE Main 2014
She advises focussing equally on all the 3 subjects to score well in the exam. She appeared in 2014 and scored 223 marks. She also joined FITJEE’s All India Test Series which is organized twice in a month.Her suggestion is to go via the entire syllabus and make a preparation schedule accordingly. She took coaching from FITJEE for both JEE Main and JEE Advanced. She recommends dedicating 1 month to 1 subject to increase proficiency in each subject.
For attempting the paper she advises to solve physics section first. Next, she advises attempting Maths. It can be solved in 60 minutes easily.
Nitin Raghav Scored 237 in JEE Main 2014
He scored 237 marks and took admission in MNIT Jaipur. He recommends focussing on the mock test and earlier year papers. He followed a simple strategy understand each and every word to complete your concepts.
For Mathematics HC Verma proved to be the savior for him. He used to study many offline papers such as Arihant, Disha Publications. To speed up your calculations find out some quick tricks and follow them and also learn all the formulas by heart for speeding up your calculations.
For Chemistry He stressed on NCERT books only as he feels questions in chemistry are not twisted and comes straight from the textbook. For pursuing organic part he suggests O.P. Tondon book.
NOTE: The entrance exam fee for JEE paper I Offline examination is Rs.1000/- for boys and Rs.500/- for Girls belonging to General and OBC Categories. For SC/ST/PWD categories, the fee for boys is Rs.500/- and for girls is Rs.500/-. In case the candidates apply for the computer based examination then the fee for boys from General and OBC groups are is Rs.500/- and for girls is Rs.250/-. The candidates from SC/ST/PWD categories will have to pay Rs.250/-, common for both girls and boys.