Preparation Tips for JEE Aspirants

JEE aspirants, are you getting the jitters? Losing sleep over formulae and equations? Even after preparing for the battle of JEE for the last two years, confused about what to study in the last 20 days? We have a plan to calm those nerves! Want to know how? Read on.

Here’s a list of topics from Physics, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry which are important from the point of view of JEE Main exam.

Physics

  1. Make sure you focus on Semiconductors Physics and Logic Gates. Each year at least one conceptual question is asked from this chapter. Moreover, it carries more than 10% weightage in class XII Board exams. This chapter should not be ignored.
  2. You should also concentrate on Surface Tension. It’s a tough topic that requires creativity to solve the tougher than average questions asked in the exam. It is an important topic from the point of view of both JEE Main and Advanced.
  3. Pay special attention to Communication Systems. Every alternate year a question is asked on this topic. It is a theoretical topic and very important for JEE Main.

Inorganic and Physical Chemistry

  1. Make sure you focus on Stoichiometry. Questions based on Stoichiometric Calculations and Mole Concepts are asked frequently in JEE.
  2. Thermochemistry is another important topic in Inorganic and Physical Chemistry. Every year a numerical-based question is asked from this chapter. However, the difficulty level of the question is easy to moderate.
  3. Do not neglect to thoroughly revise Chemical Bonding. This is an important topic as each year 2 – 3 questions are asked from this chapter. The questions are based on Structure, Hybridisations and MOT.

Do you have anything to add to this list? Tell us in the comments!

 

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