Follow these tips to prepare for the JEE Advanced Exam:
————————) Going through your curriculum well as you go through the chapters should be your primary focus on clarifying your concepts as The JEE Advanced Exam is exams that cannot be solved without a deep understanding of the concepts, and questions are often asked by mixing two to three concepts in JEE Advanced. The full curriculum can be found at
To help you master the JEE Advanced exam curriculum, the list of the best books for the JEE Advanced exam is provided below:
-) Concepts of Physics Vol I and II by HC Verma: – It is the best book for your physics preparation and one of the most recommended books.
-) Problems of general physics by IE Irodov
-) IIT physics by DC Pandey
>>>>>>>>> CHEMISTRY: –
-) NCERT chemistry TEXTBOOKS for the 11th and 12th
-) Physical chemistry by P. Bahadur
-) Organic chemistry from Solomons
-) Inorganic Chemistry by OP Tandon
-) Numerical chemistry by RC Mukherjee
-) Maths XI & XII by RD Sharma: – best to strengthen your basics together with NCERT
-) Advanced problems in mathematics by Vikas Gupta & Pankaj Joshi
-) Calculus – Problems in Calculus of One Variable by IA Maron
-) Differential calculus by A. Das Gupta
-) Course in Mathematics for IIT-JEE from Tata McGraw-Hill Publications
You can also refer to our page for top books for the JEE advanced exam. The link is given below:
———————–) Practice Questions: – Start with examples first so you learn how concepts are applied to solving the problem and then go for unresolved issues and MCQs.
————————) Short Breaks: – Take short breaks between your studies, continuous learning can be brain-tired and it becomes difficult to concentrate and study with focus, so take breaks to relax and refresh your brain.
———————–) Take short notes: – You should take short notes on each chapter, chapter by chapter, and it should contain all important concepts and formulas. These quick notes are great tools for your exam.
————————) Set goals: – Set yourself daily how I have to deal with these many topics today, weekly goals as I cover these chapters must week and also solve your mcqs by the end of this week and similarly set monthly goals to cover the curriculum and complete them flawlessly.
———————–) Follow a routine or schedule: – You can create a routine and follow it religiously, trying to leave at least 8 hours learn to give in your routine every day.
-) PHYSICS is the hardest part for most aspirants as it has to do with both numbers and concepts, so stick to physics for at least 3 hours each day.
-) In chemistry you have to deal with reactions and learn them and also solve questions, i.e. spend at least 2 hours a day in chemistry
-) Math is all about practicing questions, so try to devote at least 3 hours of math each day
———————–) Revise: – Revise your concepts, formulas, etc. at regular intervals. The revision is very important or as your curriculum progresses you will forget about the concepts you previously learned and you will not do well on your exam.
———————–) Solve the JEE question of the previous year: – Solving the questions of the previous year will tell you the exam pattern and the type of Questions asked in the exam and level of difficulty of the questions, also the concepts of the questions, are repeated many times so it will be of great help to you. You can check out the previous year’s papers at https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-advanced-question-papers
———————–) Go through JEE’s advanced mock test papers: – You will know your level of preparation. After you solve each mock test paper, do yourself a self-analysis of what helps you know your weaknesses / issues so you can work on them, and them strong so you can do well on your exam.
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