Subject wise Revision Tips for JEE Main 2018

The JEE Main exam is one of the most important exams in India for admission to prestigious colleges. The exam is just round the corner and students are religiously involved in its preparations. It is necessary to qualify the exam with good rank to attain admission in high end colleges. For a high score, the preparation needs to be targeted, well-planned, smart and crisp in terms of what to study and what not.

The JEE Main 2018 exam is a versatile exam which also takes into consider the problem solving skills of a student under pressure. In such a neck to neck competition it becomes inevitable for students to think out of the box and score well. The key is to pick up the important topics which are most likely to come in the exam while doing revision rather than revising all.

Below mentioned are some subject wise JEE Main 2018 Revision Tips for your reference which shall definitely give you an edge over other students:

  • Physics

Mechanics – Kinematics and Dynamics
Heat and Thermodynamics
Waves and Sound
Properties of Matter
Current Electricity
Theory of Fields – Electromagnetism
Modern Physics
Practical Physics

  • Chemistry

Chemistry is divided into Physical, Organic and Inorganic Chemistry.
The priority order is Physical > Inorganic > Organic.
If the candidate has focused well on all these throughout class XI and class XII, then during revision the main focus shall be on Physical Chemistry.
The best revision technique for Organic Chemistry is to go through the revision charts and thoroughly remember all chain reactions.

  • Mathematics
    Coordinate Geometry
    Permutation and Combination

The NCERT books are the best for revision and preparations. After one has thoroughly gone through NCERT books, they can move on to national authors like HC Verma, OP Tandon, P Bahadur and RD Sharma.

Few general tips for JEE Main 2018 exams are:

  • Plan out beforehand your revision schedule on a calendar and try to complete targets as planned. Make the plan flexible and realistic with 3-4 blank days for some topics which may take extra time. It also keeps a breathing space while revising.
  •  Do not switch to new books or guides during the ending days as this shall create confusion and pressure. It is best to refer self-made notes and stick-on patches which one is familiar with in own hand writing.
  •  It is advised to not get impulsive and unrealistic by thinking that you can complete the whole syllabus in a day or in a week. Make realistic weekly time-table chapter wise and try to adhere to it.
  •  The greatest key to success is a cool and calm head. Do not let the exam fever rise up and take over your mind, this shall prove fatal for you.

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