How to study for IIT JEE in 6 months
This is my first article written on my own. I am doing my 12th in brilliant tutorials.I havent studied anything in 11th due to lack of planning, concentration etc. But i am serious now.I have made a plan basing on last year papers analysis on how to study for JEE in 6 months those who haven’t started their prep till now (I did this for myself and thought of sharing it). First the students need to make their basics clear then they need to follow some standard books by Indian authors meant for JEE than books by foreign authors.
I have seen many people asking about the good books for JEE. This is not my personal suggestion but also the suggestion of many students, teachers and IITian's also. This is for them. So please don’t waste your time in searching for good books as I did.
Suggested JEE Entrance Preparation Books:
Maths: ML Khanna, TMH and if u still have time try Arihant
Many people think ML Khanna sucks lot of time but according to me it clears the basics and also key to solve different kinds of probs. But don’t look at solutions before giving a try.Even RD Sharma works, but I suggest ML Khanna
Physics: HC Verma, Arihant (D.C.Pandey)
HCV is the best. Solve all the problems twice then try Arihant
Chemistry: P Bahadur for Physical chemistry
Arihant for Organic
Read NCERT then if you have time read from O.P.Tandon for Inorganic
Besides this you do from your coaching institute material (prefer BT material). At final revision do YG File (if u have), last year IIT problems or Arihant new pattern.. Then take test series (take BT not FIIT JEE seriously as it is beyond JEE level and de motivates u a lot)
Study Plan For 12th Appearing Aspirants:
Here comes the study plan for those who have not started jee preparation till now & need to prepare in 6 months.
First preference is for basics. So read NCERT if you don’t have grip on basics.
October: Math – functions, limits, continuity and differentiability
Physics – electrostatics, capacitors, electric current, Magnetics
Chemistry – Nomenclature, isomerism, GOC, Hydrocarbons
November: Math – Application of derivatives, integration
Physics – Electromagnetic Induction, Modern Physics
Chemistry – Aldehydes and Ketones, Alcohols and Ethers, Amines
December: Maths – Straight lines, circles, parabola, Properties of triangle
Physics – Optics, Mechanics
Chemistry – States of Matter, Thermodynamics, Electrochemistry, Equilibrium
January: Maths – Complex Numbers, Quadratic Equations, Probability, Determinants
Physics – Properties of matter, SHM, waves
Chemistry – S, P, D block and transition elements
February: For your boards’ preparation
March: As soon as your exams get over, collect all the test papers (your institute’s) and last year IIT problems of above chapters.
April: Revise thoroughly your Notes and don’t read anything new. Don’t read anything 4 days before the big day to relieve you from tension. Be confident and cool
Study Plan For 12th Pass Aspirants:
For 12th Pass : Read thermodynamics,Mechanics,Vectors &3D Geometry,Differential Equations,Solutions,Carbohydrates in February and March. But i suggest to try problems on the chapters you know than studying new chapters.
This plan is very possible if you study hard with full dedication and determination. Can’t lose your enjoyment for 6 months for a good life?
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