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How to prepare for JEE?

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JEE is Joint Entrance Exam which is held in India as an admission procedure for all the top most and Ivy League colleges in India, in every field of engineering. Every IIT, NIT and almost all the government or semi-government colleges had accepted JEE as criteria for admission. Also, some private universities don' rel="nofollow"t consider JEE for engineering admission, but most of them consider it too. And due to this, count of college under JEE is very high and which is made is most likable and highly difficult exam all the engineering wannabe students and hence make the competition really tough. Due to this, it is important to prepare in the best possible way for this exam, as of its important considerations as well as goal gathering.


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The first phase of preparing is knowing the system, and hence knowing the examination procedure of JEE is a must. The JEE exam is held as two exams, JEE mains, and JEE advance. JEE mains is the first round which is consists of basic questions from higher mathematics, physics, and chemistry, i.e. from the core course of 11th and 12th classes. Mostly all the topics are covered in this exam but with lesser difficulty and more foundational knowledge. The students who clear this exam and score marks above the desired score are allowed for the next examination which is JEE advanced. In JEE advanced examination, the same topics as of JEE mains are used to make question paper but, the difficulty level is comparatively high. The score of JEE advanced is only considered for the admission in IIT. Apart from that JEE mains score is considered for all the rest of universities and colleges. If someone hasn’t cleared JEE mains will still be awarded All India Rank, which is used for counseling and admission process.

Now in order to prepare for the exam, one should have strong and concrete knowledge of higher mathematics, physics, and chemistry, and also should be enrolled in PCM for 12th class or higher secondary education and equivalent. All the CBSE maintained topics from different subjects can be used as the guideline or boundary syllabus of the exam.

For every subject individually there are different tips and tricks that can be used, for preparation and are as follow as

Mathematics: In the mathematics 3D geometry and slopes are considered to be the most important topics. Also, the concept of Locus is mostly coined in the examination. Apart from the calculus portion of the mathematics is considered to be the most scoring one. In this part, time management and fast paced calculations should be used in order to solve problems as early as possible and finishing the problem. Other than that, problems related to matrix and determinant are mostly property oriented and can be simplified in order to save time. The topics like the application of Trigonometry and area of the curve are always most confusing one, and it’s important to practice these topics most.

Chemistry: All the concepts from Redox and Electrolysis are important. Also, balancing and empirical formula calculation based questions are always considered in the exam. Apart from the concepts involved in inorganic chemistry and coordination compounds are used to create trick questions. In Organic Chemistry, General section, Stereochemistry, and Functional Group Analysis are important. The main portion of chemistry that is required to be focused is physical chemistry and most of the examination involves physical chemistry. Also in organic chemistry, compounds preparations and oxidation and optical isomerism are considered to be important. For time management, the practice of questions from the electrochemistry, Mole concepts, thermodynamics and equilibrium problems should be given. The practice of these topics is must in order to get a good score.

Physics: For physics mechanics and rotational concepts are the most important, followed by the concepts of center of mass and center of gravity. Kinematics and dynamics are the most scoring part of the physics and most of the JEE exams, questions from Friction and spring constant are referred. Apart from that, kinetic theory of gasses and wave motion is considered to be the highest scoring one. Problems based on infinite resistance circuit and circuit analysis are always a part of the examination also, and hence concepts of RLC circuits should be taken with proper attention.

It is important to manage and focus on each and every skill in the preparation of the exam and hence proper time management, concrete study and accurate attention and focus is required. JEE is considered to be one of the toughest examinations in India and hence with proper planning and plotting and giving time on each and every problem will make it happen. For more information, you can talk to the Career Experts at CareerGuide. Hope this helps you!

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