JEE ( Joint Entrance Examination), previously known as AIEEE (All India Engineering Entrance Examination) is one of the toughest competitive exam. Aspirants who are interested to get into Engineering and other technical courses.

JEE 2016 exam is just a month away, students have to inculcate new study strategies to pump up the preparation for JEE Main. At this phase, where students have to simultaneously prepare JEE Mains and give CBSE class 12 board exams.

Below are the frequently asked doubts by students,

- Whether I have to revise everything that I have studied?
- Whether I should study the untouched portion of the syllabus?
- Whether I should solve more sample papers?

Following a strategy is very important when it comes to JEE Mains preparation. JEE being one of the toughest exam, the preparation has to be streamlined with disciplined approach. Preparation is not just restricted to JEE Mains but extent it to JEE Advanced

__Strategy for JEE main 2016__

We are all aware of this common saying, ‘Not all the fingers are equal’. Similarly not all of us have the same ability and it is tough to have a ‘Fixed’ strategy. Though we at Byju’s will recommend an effective strategy which will help you to maximize your learning abilities to score more.

*JEE- Important**Books*

At this stage, where you have just a month to do the final preparations, rely solely on NCERT Text Books and do not read from any other books. NCERT books helps you to understand the complex subjects.

- The NCERT books are designed to be student friendly and are optimized to suit every student irrespective of their level of understanding. NCERT books help to clarify the doubts and get a clear understanding of concepts as it covers the basic and complex concepts
- Most of the questions for JEE are picked from the NCERT books. No questions beyond these books will be asked. The questions at the end of each chapter in NCERT books are mostly twisted and asked indirectly in JEE and asked in JEE
- NCERT books adhere to the JEE curriculum and this is the most important reason why students must study from NCERT books. These books not only offer in depth knowledge but is also the language used is simple and easy to understand.
- NCERT books will easily suffice to score good ranking in JEE Main. Students need to practice all the questions at the end of each chapter and that is all is needed.

Though it is good to use additional standard textbooks, but at this phase where JEE Mains is just a month away; it is advised to stick to NCERT books.

*IIT JEE- Follow a routine*

It is very important to follow a routine. Following a routine religiously is important for the final preparation.

- Study whenever you feel like, few students are active during early morning hours and few are proactive at late hours. Select the time which you are comfortable with.
- Stick on to the schedule and choose tough/complicated topics and concepts when you are at the peak of your energy as this helps the brain to grasp more.
- Take constant breaks in between to refresh your mind but do not indulge in facebook or whatsapp. Involve in physical exercises, listen to soothing music or do yoga.
- Whenever you feel weighed down with theory, switch on to solving numerical problems as they will help you to reduce the stress and refresh your mind.

*Subject-wise Allotment for JEE Preparation*

This is the most important schedule a student needs to follow. You roughly have 30 days more, it is necessary to study for 12 hours a day.

**Strategy for Different subjects**

**Physics**

- For all the chapters, note down the formulae and revise these formulas everyday
- Solve as many problems as you can
- Maintain different notebooks i.e designate different notebooks for formulas, points, problems etc., as they come in handy for quick revision

Study Physics for 4 hours every day. It depends on an individual whether to study at a stretch or split the hours.

- For 90 minutes, study the theoretical part from NCERT textbooks
- For 60 minutes, concentrate on principles and diagrams
- Devote 60 minutes to solve problems
- Spend 30 minutes on experimental skills

**Chemistry**

- Solve all the exercises given at the end of each chapter
- Maintain a notebook to keep a tab of all the points for a quick revision
- Concentrate more on chemical reactions

Devote 4 hours for Chemistry and follow the above schedule

- Study theory for 90 minutes
- Solve problems for 60 minutes
- Concentrate of chemical reactions for 60 minutes
- Brush up experimental skills for 30 minutes

**Mathematics**

- Note down all the formulas, theorems in a handbook
- Work on Math problems when you are feeling stressed as it refreshes your mind instantly

Mathematics is the easiest subject when it comes to JEE preparation.

- Work on Calculus for 90 minutes
- Solve other problems for 60 minutes
- Work on theorems and its applications for 90 minutes
- Read the theory for 30 minutes

**Important topics for JEE Mains 2016**

Every portion of syllabus is important for JEE Mains, as every year the weightage given to the topics vary and it is impossible to predict the questions or chapters from where most questions are asked. Our experts at Byju’s have analyzed the JEE papers from last few years and have listed the topics/chpters from where more questions are asked.

- Physics
- Kinematics and Dynamics
- Electromagnetism
- Optics
- Modern Physics
- Heat and Thermodynamics

**Chemistry**

Chemistry is a subject where equal importance must be given to all the sections.

- Physical Chemistry- Scorable turf, hence all chapters are important
- Inorganic Chemistry- A very important section which many students tend to ignore
- Organic Chemistry- Easiest section of all. Can be easily memorized to score
- Mathematics
- Calculus
- Three dimensional Geometry
- Determinants
- Sequences
- Permutation and Combination
- Complex numbers

**IIT-JEE Preparation tips**

Apart from following the above, these are the additional tips which a student needs to follow

- Know JEE exam syllabus

It is very important to know the JEE exam syllabus as it helps you to formulate and streamline study plan.

- JEE Important books

Books are the sole savior when it comes to preparation. At this phase, though NCERT books are enough to prepare; below is the list of books

**PHYSICS**

- Concepts of Physics by H C Verma
- Fundamentals of Physics by Resnick, Halliday and Walker
- Cengage publications’ Physics for JEE Advance by BM Sharma
- DB Singh’s Master Resource book in Physics published by Arihant

**CHEMISTRY**

- Organic Chemistry by O. P. Tandon
- Organic Chemistry by Peter Sykes
- Organic Chemistry by M. S. Chauhan
- Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd
- Physical Chemistry by O. P. Tandon
- Concise Inorganic Chemistry by J. D. Lee
- Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations by R. C. Mukherjee

**MATHEMATICS**

- Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight
- Higher Algebra by Barnard and Child
- Algebra by Arihant
- Trigonometry by S L Loney
- Textbook of Co-ordinate Geometry for IIT-JEE by A. Majeed
- Co-ordinate geometry by Dr.Gorakh Prasad
- Integral Calculus by Arihant prakashan
- Problems in Calculus of One Variable by I. A. Maron
- Calculus and Analytic Geometry by Thomas and Finney
- Calculus by J. Edward
- Vector Algebra by Shanti Narayan
- Problems in calculus on one variable by I. A. Maron
- A textbook of Matrices by Shanti Narayan
- Course in Mathematics for IIT-JEE by Tata McGraw Hill Publications
- Problems Plus in IIT Mathematics by A Das Gupta
- 36 Years’ Chapter wise Solved Papers by Arihant

**IIT JEE Sample papers**

It is important to solve the IIT JEE Sample papers as it helps to get familiarized with the exam and paper pattern. It helps in better time management and garners confidence.

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