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Smart work, not hard work, is the key to success. With a little less than 10 months to go for the coveted JEE Mains 2018, students are in a frenzy over their preparations. Those in Class XII and those who have taken a drop are hurriedly brushing through their lessons, trying to keep up with the new ones, while revising the old ones.

At this crucial stage, time management and planning play a pivotal role on the way to success. Complaining about the lack of time or the vastness of the syllabus is futile. After all, everyone has 24 hours a day and each of you need to make the most out of it. If there’s one thing that you learn at this time, it’s that time and tide wait for no man.

JEE Mains 2018 : Ready, Set, Go!

First and foremost, learn the basics and understand the concepts. The right set of books will help you to do that. Go step by step; don’t rush off in a hurry to finish the syllabus for JEE Mains 2018 .

Take a lot of tests:

Tests will help you to improve your speed as well as accuracy, while psychologically preparing you for the upcoming exam.

Revise regularly:

 Keeping in touch with the topics of class 11 is as essential as studying the topics of class 12.

Set goals:

 It is of utmost importance to set up a time-table, plan efficiently and try to achieve your daily and weekly goals.

It is true that those in class 12 (attending a regular school) get less time for studying than those attending a dummy school or those taking a drop of a year. Nevertheless, everyone needs to prepare efficiently within the same stipulated time. Here, is a study planner to help you make the most of your time:

Studying topics for class 12

1. July-August

 Mathematics

a. Relations and Functions
b. Inverse Trigonometric Functions
c. Matrices
d. Determinant

 Physics

a. Electrostats
b. Current Electricity
c. Electromagnetism

Chemistry

a. Solid State
b. Solutions
c. Chemical Kinetics
d. Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
e. Surface Chemistry

2. September-November

Mathematics

a. Continuity and Differentiability
b. Applications of Derivatives
c. Integrals
d. Application of Integrals
e. Differential Equations

Physics

a. Electromagnetic Induction
b. Alternating Current
c. Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter
d. Atoms
e. Nuclei

Chemistry

a. Electrochemistry
b. Alcohols, Phenols, Ethers
c. Aldehydes, Ketones, Carboxylic Acids
d. Amines
e. Coordination Compounds

3. December-January

Mathematics

a. Vector Algebra
b. Three Dimensional Geometry
c. Probability

Physics

a. Electromagnetic Waves
b. Ray Optics
c. Wave Optics
d. Semiconductor Electronics

Chemistry

a. Biomolecules
b. Polymers
c. Metallurgy
d. p-Block
e. d- and f-block

Revising topics of class XI

1. July-August

Mathematics

a. Sets
b. Relations and Functions
c. Trigonometric functions
d. Binomial Theorem

 Physics

a. Motion
b. Circular Motion
c. Solids
d. Fluids

Chemistry

a. Mole Concept
b. Atomic Structure
c. Periodic Properties
d. Redox Reactions

2. September-November

Mathematics

a. Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations
b. Permutations and Combinations
c. Sequence and Series
d. Limits and Derivatives
e. Conic Sections

Physics

a. Rotational Motion
b. Gravitation
c. Work, Energy and Power
d. Thermal Properties of Matter

Chemistry

a. Chemical Bonding
b. Gaseous State
c. Basic Organic
d. Hydrocarbons
e. Hydrogen

3. December-January

Mathematics

a. Linear Inequalities
b. Straight Lines
c. Introduction to Three Dimensional Geometry
d. Probability

Physics

a. Thermodynamics
b. Kinetic Theory
c. Simple Harmonic Motion
d. Sound waves

Chemistry

a. Thermodynamics
b. Equilibrium
c. s-block
d. p-block

It is advisable to be done with the syllabus by the end of January. The students in Class 12 can then devote the month of February toward preparation for the board exams. Those taking a drop of a year can use the months of February and March for further preparation and revision.

It is very important to prepare short notes while studying. They should contain important formula and techniques. During the few days after the end of the board exams, before JEE Mains, the students should go through the notes for a quick revision. It is equally important to have an analysis of the previous year’s JEE paper.

We hope that these few tips and the study planner will be of use to you. Don’t hesitate to tailor it and make changes to suit your needs. Good luck ahead!

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