Attention Future Engineers!! Here are some Easy Tips to Crack the JEE



How to prepare for the JEE?

Every year lakhs of students answer JEE and NEET and many of them are those who are making a second or third attempt to realize their dream of becoming an engineer or a medico.

hey burn the midnight oil, slog as hard as possible, and push their limits to succeed in this most coveted Nationwide conducted entrance test. Some of them, who are still unable to clear JEE after studying for 3 years (i.e. 2years + a drop year), take another drop to give it a shot. They work very hard for another year, simply because they've the determination to succeed, they yearn to be the engineers, they have perseverance that's unmatched. And ultimately most of them succeed.

So my dear Friend, it takes a lot of hard work, perseverance, and dedication to clear JEE, it is not anyone's cup of tea to enter any IIT, only the most deserving candidates make it to the Engineering college. Every year there are more dreams shattered than the ones realized, more hearts broken than the ones filled with happiness, so please stop wasting your precious time and start preparing for the exams, remember it is never too late. Study as hard as possible without thinking about the results, with utmost dedication, and may be you'll surely crack JEE, it's never late to start something good.

You should prepare a perfect timetable and strictly follow that. For example you can follow the below timetable:

⦁ Wake up early in the morning

⦁ Study for continuous 3 hours with a 5 minutes break in the middle

⦁ Take a break and have your breakfast

⦁ Solve a model test paper

⦁ Have your lunch

⦁ You can take short nap if needed

⦁ Evaluation of the paper and reviewing your performance (this may take an hour or so)

⦁ Correct mistakes by discussing them with faculty over phone

⦁ Solve physics questions and NCERT At your fingertips etc. so that your physics concepts are clear

⦁ Give priority to other subjects as well

⦁ Sleep!!



You can also refer to the following books when you study -


For Physics -

⦁ CONCEPTS OF PHYSICS VOL 1 AND 2, BY HC VERMA

⦁ FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS, BY RESNICK, HALLIDAY AND WALKER


For Chemistry -

Physical Chemistry


⦁ PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY, BY OP TANDON AND AS SINGH

⦁ MODERN APPROACH TO CHEMICAL CALCULATIONS AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MOLE CONCEPT, BY RC MUKHERJEE


Organic Chemistry

⦁ ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR COMPETITIONS, BY OP TANDON

⦁ ORGANIC CHEMISTRY BY ROBERT THORNTON MORRISON


Inorganic Chemistry

⦁ INORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR COMPETITIONS BY OP TANDON

⦁ CONCISE INORGANIC CHEMISTRY BY JD LEE


MATHS

⦁ MATHS 11TH AND 12TH BY RD SHARMA

⦁ HIGHER ALGEBRA BY HALL AND KNIGHT

⦁ COORDINATE GEOMETRY BY SL LONEY

⦁ PLANE TRIGONOMETRY BY SL LONEY

So stop doubting your potential, always be positive, and tell yourself “Yes, You Can Do It!!”

Good Luck!!

Shravani Naik