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The last 30 days countdown for JEE Main 2017 has begun and the board exams are also underway. Students therefore need to approach both JEE Main and boards with a compact preparation strategy to perform well. However, it is never easy to devise a full-fledged preparation plan for yourself. In this article, we will be looking at some of the key aspects that are crucial for JEE Main preparation and also go through out a weekly preparation plan for last 1 month.

**JEE Main 2017** is scheduled for April 02 (Pen & Paper based test) and April 08 & 09, 2017 (computer based test). All the engineering aspirants will appear in Paper I for admission to B. Tech and B.E. courses in NITs/IIITs/CFTIs/SFTIs and various state level institutes. Paper I consists of 3 sections namely Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The syllabus for JEE Main is based on class 12^{th} syllabus prescribed by CBSE. Candidates who are already focusing on boards’ preparation will definitely have a good starting point when they start preparing for IIT-JEE.

The total duration of JEE Main 2017 is 3 hours. In total 90 MCQs will be asked from 3 sections - Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry. All the questions are distributed equally among the 3 sections. Each correct answer is awarded 4 marks while ¼ marks are deducted for every incorrect response. The distribution of questions from class 11^{th} and 12^{th} is mentioned below. Candidates have the option to attempt the paper in Hindi or English.

Subject | 11^{th} | 12^{th} | Total no. of questions |
---|---|---|---|

Physics | 12 | 18 | 30 |

Chemistry | 12 | 18 | 30 |

Mathematics | 12 | 18 | 30 |

With only 30 days left for the exam, you’ll have only 10 days to cover each subject – Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. Some of the important guidelines that candidates can keep in mind before they start preparing for **JEE Main** are mentioned below.

- Divide time equally to focus on preparation of all 3 subjects.
- Preparation for Mathematics go hand in hand with preparation for board exams, as you need to practice rigorously and solve as many questions as possible to score well in this section.
- Practice 2-3 mock tests every week. Take time to analyze your mistakes and learn from them.
- You should fix your daily hours for JEE Main preparation and try to get up early in the morning so that you have ample time at your disposal for preparation.
- Have a print out of your syllabus. You have no idea how helpful it can be.
- Avoid anything that is distracting you.
- Divide topics from each subject on the basis of their difficulty level:

- Hard
- Medium
- Easy

- Pick a hard chapter from one subject (Math, Physics or Chemistry) and an easy chapter from the remaining two subjects in your daily plan.

JEE Main 2017 Physics section consists of 30 questions. Current electricity is the most important chapter in terms of weightage. Given below are the important topics and the average number of questions asked in JEE Main Physics’ section in last 5 years.

Students will find topics hard or easy according to their interest. Candidates need to keep the following before starting their Physics preparation. Tips and tricks for preparing Physics section are discussed below.

- Students should focus on understanding concepts of the following topics as these topics will help you in preparing other topics. The topics are:

- Dimensional Analysis
- Gravitation and Electrostatics
- Current Electricity and Heat Transfer
- Electromagnetic Induction, Waves and Sound
- Geometrical Optics
- Thermodynamics
- Kinetic Theory of Gases
- Rotational Dynamic

- After going through the important concepts of the above mentioned topics, students should check out the weightage of the following topics and prepare accordingly.

- Topics that are important (understand the basic concepts). Expect at least 1-2 questions from these topics.

- Units and Dimensions –
*Weightage: 2%* - Measurement of Errors –
*Weightage: 2%* - Vectors

- Topics that are part of Fundamentals of Physics. Expect 1-2 questions from these topics.

- Kinematics –
*Weightage: 1%* - Newton’s Laws of Motion –
*Weightage: 4%* - Friction

- Topics that are important and easy. You can easily score high marks. These topics should be given utmost importance while preparing

- Work, Energy and Power –
*Weightage: 5%* - Electrostatics –
*Weightage: 6%* - Current Electricity –
*Weightage: 7%* - Wave Optics –
*Weightage: 5%* - Ray Optics –
*Weightage: 6%*

- The above 11 topics are important and if you understand the concepts of these topics, you’ll be able to ace Physics. Expect 1-2 questions from almost every topic and through practice will be the key.
- The 9 topics listed below are also quite important since the questions from these topics are slightly twisted in nature
- Centre of Mass, Momentum and Collision –
*Weightage: 5%* - Rotational Dynamics –
*Weightage: 4%* - Simple Harmonic Motion –
*Weightage: 5%* - Fluid Mechanics –
*Weightage: 2 – 5%.*Bernoulli’s principle can be easily twisted to ask some tricky questions. - Wave Motion and String Waves –
*Weightage: 5%* - Magnetism –
*Weightage: 6%* - Heat & Thermodynamics –
*Weightage: 6%.* - Nuclear Physics –
*Weightage: 5%* - Modern Physics –
*Weightage: 5%* - Finally, some topics that you should study at least once and from which 3-4 questions can be expected in JEE Mains are mentioned below.

- Circular Motion –
*Weightage: 1%* - Gravitation –
*Weightage: 1%* - Properties of Matter, Elasticity –
*Weightage: 2%* - Sound Waves
- Electromagnetic Induction –
*Weightage: 3%* - Alternating Current –
*Weightage: 1%* - Heat Transfer
- Calorimetry
- Thermal Expansion
- Thermal Electricity
- Semiconductors and Electronic Devices –
*Weightage: 5%* - Communication Systems –
*Weightage: 2%*.

- In case you find any topic (particularly related to numericals) to be difficult, you can write down the formulas and try to memorize them.
- You must go through the JEE Main Previous Year Question Papers. A lot of questions are frequently repeated every year in JEE.
- Do not forget to revise some prominent topics like Semiconductors, Communications, Error and Instruments, Stats, Relations, etc. as they will be crucial to solving questions related to other topics as well.

JEE Main 2017 Chemistry section consists of 30 questions. Periodic Table and Representative Elements is most important topic in this section in terms of weightage. Below are important topics and the average number of questions asked in JEE Main Chemistry based on last 5 years’ analysis.

Most students prefer rot learning to ace Chemistry. However, that is not effective in most cases. Some tricks and tips to prepare JEE Main Chemistry section are discussed below.

- Students often think that Chemistry is all about mugging. But understand the concepts of the topics mentioned below and you will be free from mugging. Moreover, understanding these concepts will help you in preparing other chapters as well

- Carbonyl Compounds & their derivatives
- Chemical Bonding & the periodic table – This is by far the most fundamental and the most important topic in Chemistry. If a student can master Chemical Bonding and the properties of periodic table elements, then Chemistry will be an easy subject for them over a long period of time
- Thermo Chemistry & the Second Law of Thermodynamics
- Solid state, solutions & gases theory
- Redox reactions, Mole Concept & the concept of equivalents

- Students can follow the followings topics to prepare accordingly

- Topics which are Important, and students can score easily high marks

- Mole Concept
*– Weightage: 2%* - Co-ordination Chemistry
*– Weightage: 5%* - Alcohol, Phenols and Ethers
*– Weightage: 7%* - p-Block elements
*– Weightage: 5%*

- Topics that are important, and are of High Weightage

- Atomic Structure
*– Weightage: 5%* - Gaseous State
*– Weightage: 3%* - Hydrocarbons
*– Weightage: 2%* - Aldehydes and Ketones
*– Weightage: 5%* - d & f Block Elements
*– Weightage: 5%* - General Organic Chemistry
*– Weightage: 7%*

- Other topics

- Chemical Equilibrium
*– Weightage: 3%* - Ionic Equilibrium
*– Weightage: 3%* - Thermodynamics
*– Weightage: 5%* - Hydrogen and its Compounds
- s-Block Elements
*– Weightage: 5%* - Isomerism of Organic Compounds
- Environmental Chemistry
- Solid State
- Chemical Kinetics
- ElectroChemistry
*– Weightage: 2%* - Solutions
- Qualitative Salt Analysis
- Alkyl Halides and Aryl Halides
- Carboxylic Acids and their derivatives
- Amines
*– Weightage: 2%* - Biomolecules
*– Weightage: 1%* - Polymers
*– Weightage: 1%* - Metallurgy
- Surface Chemistry
*– Weightage: 2%* - Chemistry in Everyday Life
*– Weightage: 2%*

- Study every single topic from NCERT and underline the important portions which you need to revise again in last few days.
- For Physical Chemistry, students are advised to solve all the previously asked JEE Main question papers because the questions are very frequently repeated from this topic.

JEE Main 2017 Mathematics section also consists of 30 questions. Coordinate Geometry is a very important topic in terms of weightage since almost 7 questions are asked from this topic. The average number of questions asked in JEE main Mathematics from various topics in last 5 years is depicted below.

Mathematics just requires rigorous practice. Early hours in the morning are usually good for practicing maths as it requires more brainstorming as compared to other subjects. Following are some of the tips for JEE Main 2017 Mathematics preparation:

- Students must make your Mathematics’ fundamentals strong. Maths’ syllabus has close to 15 chapters which students have covered over a period of 2 years. Mathematics is the only subject which can be perfected through practice only. Some Chemistry and Physics questions can be solved simply by formulas. But in case of Mathematics, practice is the only way forward.

- Start by noting important formulas from each chapter. Students might want to make flash cards. Whenever you can’t remember the formula, use flash cards.

Last, practice makes a man perfect. Try to solve questions that students usually find hard or of a higher level. Instead of solving 50 questions that you were able to do quickly, try to solve 20 questions that require extra brainstorming.

Reference books can go a long way in clearing all your doubts. Some of the best reference books available in the market for all the individual subjects/topics are listed below. Students do not need to buy all these books. Just one or two books would suffice.

**Chemistry**

Physical Chemistry is one of the most important topic. As discussed earlier in this article, students need to understand the core concepts of some important topics viz. Chemical Bonding & the Periodic table, ThermoChemistry and the Second Law of Thermodynamics, Solid state, solutions and gases theory, Redox reactions, Mole Concepts, etc. Important books for Physical Chemistry are mentioned below.

Books | Author |
---|---|

Physical Chemistry | O P Tandon |

Numerical Chemistry | P Bahadur (G. R Bathla and sons |

University Chemistry | Bruce H. Mahan |

Numerical Chemistry | R.C. Mukharjee |

Physical Chemistry | P.W.Atkins |

General Chemistry | Ebbing |

Chemistry XI, XII | NCERT |

Organic Chemistry is the second most important topic in Chemistry. Questions from topics viz. Hydrocarbons, Carbonyl Compounds & their derivatives, General Organic Chemistry, Alcohol, Phenols and Ethers, Environmental Chemistry, Alkyl Halides and Aryl Halides, Amines, Biomolecules, Isomerism of Organic Compounds are frequently asked in JEE Main Exam. Some well-known reference books for Organic Chemistry are mentioned below.

Books | Author |
---|---|

Organic Chemistry | O.P. Tandon |

Organic Chemistry | Paula Bruice Yurkanis |

Organic Chemistry | MORRISON & BOYD |

Organic Chemistry | Arihant Prakashan.... |

Organic Chemistry | Solomons |

Organic Chemistry Volume 1 | I. L. Finar |

Organic Chemistry | Bahal & Bahal |

Organic Chemistry | Peter Sykes |

Organic Chemistry | J.D March |

Concept of Organic Chemistry | M. S. Chauhan |

Most students often ignore inorganic Chemistry assuming that it is easy to handle. However, topics covered in inorganic Chemistry are often repeated in JEE Main and students who have paid attention to it would be able to answer them in less than 10 seconds. p-Block elements*, *d & f Block Elements, Hydrogen and its Compounds, s-Block Elements are some important topics covered in JEE Main. Prominent reference books for Inorganic Chemistry are mentioned below.

Books | Author |
---|---|

Chemistry XI & XII | NCERT |

Inorganic Chemistry | O.P. Tandon |

Inorganic Chemistry | J.D. Lee |

In Physics, the focus should be on practice. Dimensional Analysis, Gravitation and Electrostatics, Current Electricity and Heat Transfer, Electromagnetic Induction, Waves and Sound, Geometrical Optics, Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Rotational Dynamic are some of the key topics in where you need to understand the fundamental concepts. Well-known reference books for JEE Main Physics section are mentioned below.

Books | Author |
---|---|

Concepts of Physics Vol I and II | H.C.Verma |

Problems in General Physics | I.E. Irodov |

Fundamentals of Physics | Halliday, Resnick & Walker |

Aptitude Test Problems in Physics | Krotov |

Advance Physics | Nelkon and Parker |

Problems in Physics | A. A Pinsky |

Objective questions on Physics by D.C. Pandey | Arihant Publications |

Feynman Lectures on Physics | R. P. Feynman |

A collection of questions and Problems in Physics | L. A. Sena |

Students have to make their Mathematics fundamentals strong. Maths has close to 15 chapters which they have studied over a period of 2 years. It can only be perfected only by practice. Some Chemistry and Physics questions can be solved simply by formulas. But for Mathematics practice is the only solution. The list of important books for JEE Main Mathematics is mentioned below.

Books | Author |
---|---|

Maths XI & XII | R.D. Sharma |

Trigonometry | S. L. Loney |

Co-ordinate Geometry | S. L. Loney |

Higher Algebra | Hall Knight |

Problems in Calculus of One Variable | I.A. Maron |

Algebra | Arihant |

Differential Calculus | Arihant |

Integral Calculus | Arihant |

Complete Mathematics for JEE Main 2015 | Tata McGraw Hill (TMH |

New Pattern Mathematics for JEE Main/Advanced | Arihant Publication |

Some points to remember before starting the hard-core preparation of JEE Main 2017 are discussed below:

- Divide time slots in your daily plan to focus on all 3 subjects.
- Take short breaks after you finish each subject but not more than 30 minutes
- Stay hydrated and calm to cover all subjects.
- Don’t compromise on your sleep. (at least 6-8 hours of sleep)

**Week 1: Study Important & Less Important Topics in Mixed Format**

Try to study one important (or hard) topic of one subject daily and less important topics of the remaining two. Also, choose that subject which you find easy to study last. For example, in the table given below, the last time slot should be saved for Physics. However, some students might find Chemistry easy, then they can study it in the end**. **

Day | Mathematics | Chemistry | Physics |
---|---|---|---|

Day 1 | Logarithms Quadratic Equations Application & Derivation | Carbonyl Compounds Alkyl Halides & Aryl Halides Mole Concept | Work, Energy and Power Electrostatics Gravitation |

Day 2 | Limit & Continuity Circles & Family of Circles Sets, Relations & Functions | Alcohol, Phenol & Ether Carboxylic Acid & their Derivatives | Current Electricity Heat Transfer |

Day 3 | Straight Lines & Pair of Straight Lines | Chemical Bonding Periodic Table Redox Reaction | Wave Motion & String Waves Sound Waves |

Day 4 | Inverse Trigonometry Binomial Theorem | p-Block d & f Block s-Block | Wave Optics Ray Optics Kinetics |

Day 5 | 3D Geometry Locus | Atomic Structure Electro Chemistry | Thermal Expansion Thermo Electricity |

Day 6 | Probability & Statistics | Gaseous State Solid State | Newton’s Law of Motion Friction |

Day 7 | Attempt mock tests and sample question papers. While solving the mock test remember to note the time and try to end the test as soon as the allotted time is up. This will prepare you to manage your time properly on day of exam. After finishing the JEE Main Mock Test, go through the answers. Analyze your mistakes and revise those topics where you selected the incorrect responses. |

**Week 2: Start Revision of Previously Studied Chapters along with New Ones**

By week 2, students are already acquainted with the routine. Now they should revise the previous chapters too. As students may forget the previous subjects. Now a new mantra should be followed i.e., one less important (or easy) topic from one subject should be studied everyday and important (or hard) topics from the remaining two.

Day | Mathematics | Chemistry | Physics | Revision |
---|---|---|---|---|

Day 8 | Integration Differentiation | General Organic Chemistry Biomolecules | Simple Harmonic Motion Circular Motion | Wave & String Motion 3D Geometry Atomic Structure |

Day 9 | Vector Algebra | Chemical Equilibrium Surface Chemistry | Centre of Mass, Momentum & Collision Rotational Dynamics | Current Electricity Probability & Statistics Carbonyl Compounds |

Day 10 | Sequence and Series | Co-ordination Chemistry Solutions | Nuclear Physics Modern Physics | Wave & Ray Optics Application & Derivation Alcohol, Phenol & Ether |

Day 11 | Complex Number, Theory of Equation | Hydrocarbons Hydrogen & its Compound | Fluid Mechanics Properties of Matter, Elasticity | Work, Energy & Power Vector Algebra p, d & f, s block |

Day 12 | Trigonometric Ratios | Chemical Kinetics | Vectors Communication Systems | Newton’s Law + Friction Inverse Trigonometric Function Co-ordination Chemistry |

Day 13 | Matrices & Determinants | Thermodynamics Polymers | Heat & Thermodynamics Calorimetry | Electrostatics Gravitation Sequence of Series Hydrocarbons Gaseous State |

Day 14 | Solve the sample papers and mock tests. Time yourself and finish the examination within the allotted time. If you are still not able to finish the exam within the time limit, then work on your time management. Take note of the incorrect responses and go back to revise them. |

**Week 3: Give More Emphasis on Revision**

In week 3, revision should be the priority. Students usually forget to revise the chapters they have already studied and tend to forget the concepts

Day | Mathematics | Chemistry | Physics | Revision |
---|---|---|---|---|

Day 15 | Parabola | Ionic Equilibrium Amines | Magnetism Electromagnetic Induction | Centre of Mass, Momentum & Collision Limit of Continuity Periodic Table |

Day 16 | Solution of Triangles | IUPAC Nomenclature | Circular Motion | Simple Harmonic Motion Straight Lines & Pair of Straight Lines General Organic Chemistry |

Day 17 | Fundamentals of Mathematics | Chemistry in Everyday Life | Alternating Current | Nuclear Physics & Modern Physics Integration Thermodynamics |

Day 18 | Permutation & Combination | Metallurgy Environmental Chemistry | Semiconductors & Electronic Devices | Magnetism Complex Number Chemical Equilibrium |

Day 19 | Ellipse | Qualitative Salt Analysis | Calorimetry | Rotational Dynamics & Fluid Mechanics Matrices & Determinants Thermodynamics & Mole Concept |

Day 20 | Hyperbola | Isomerism of Organic Compounds Polymers | Units & Dimension | Circular Motion Heat & Thermodynamics Parabola Chemical Kinetics |

Day 21 | Keep practicing the sample papers and mock test. Remember to keep the time limit in mind. Make notes of the questions which you find hard to answer. |

**Week 4 – Day Wise Subject Revision**

By week 4, you have already completed all the important topics. Now the time given to each subject is changed, students should devote one whole day to one subject. Revise all the important subjects**.**

Day | Topic for Revision |
---|---|

Day 22 | Physics Magnetism Heat & Thermodynamics Nuclear Physics Modern Physics Wave Motion & String Waves Simple Harmonic Motion |

Day 23 | Mathematics Probability & Statistics 3D Geometry Vector Algebra Integration Complex Number Matrices & Determinants Theory of Equations |

Day 24 | Chemistry General Organic Chemistry Co-ordination Chemistry p-Block Aldehyde & Ketone Atomic Structure Alcohols, Phenols & Ether |

Day 25 | Physics Current Electricity Electrostatics Ray Optics & Wave Optics Work, Energy & Power Rotational Dynamics Centre of Mass, Momentum & Collision |

Day 26 | Mathematics Circles Sequence & Series Applications of Derivative Trigonometric Ratios Sets, Relations & Functions |

Day 27 | Chemistry Chemical Bonding Periodic Table s-Block Thermodynamics Gaseous State d & f Block Ionic Equilibrium Chemical Equilibrium |

Day 28 | Solve subject wise sample question papers and mock test. Make sure all the important topics studied in this week are covered. Since the JEE Main exam is near, spend the entire day fixing the incorrect responses and trying to understand those concepts which you find hard to grasp. |

Day | Things to Do |
---|---|

Day 29 | Take a look back at all the notes that you have made while preparing for the examination. Decide upon your strong and weak points in the syllabus Go back and have a look at the concepts and topics you are still unsure of. Try to understand and learn the basic concepts. |

Day 30 | Make flash cards and revise and learn through them. Revise all of the formulas learned till now. Assign each concept or formula with a keyword with which you can easily relate and remember. |

Day 31 | Look at the topics you are most confident in and revise it. Knowing your best known topics in more detail will allow you more scope to score more in the examination DO NOT STUDY ANY NEW TOPICS. Just keep revising all that you have studied and do not pick any new topics. Strengthen concepts which you have already studied. |

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