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How to Crack and Score High in JEE - Expert Guidance Tips

By Dr. IITian

JEE is one of the most popular entrance exams for undergraduate in India. Students who want to take entry in engineering colleges give JEE exam. To clear the JEE exam it’s necessary to prepare excellently. Here we provide you with some Tips to clear JEE exam and how you can score high in the exam. Here are the guidance tips in the form of question answers to make you understand more clearly and make this blog interesting for readers.


1.  Why should we understand the concepts instead of learning them?

The JEE exams are near about to be conducted. Theory and questions based directly on the syllabus are decreasing. If you understand the concept, then it will really help. Since JEE tests your combined understanding of multiple problems through a single question.


2. Why is it important to concentrate on class 11 syllabus?

Both CBSE and JEE syllabus have questions from your class 11 syllabus. Moreover, chapters in class 11 form the basis of your class 12 exam. If you don’t understand completely your class 11 syllabus, you will not be able to grasp a lot of what is explained in class 12. This is very helpful with Maths. Understanding topics like Calculus, Conic Section, and Trigonometry taught in the 11th help with other lessons in class 12.


In this blog, we’ve now moved on to discussing each subject, topics that he found difficult, and the ones that he found easy.


3. How important are theorems when it comes to physics?

They have certain conditions and if you don’t apply them correctly, you will not be able to solve physics problems correctly. I think that when it comes to physics, practice is the core key. You should be capable to read the question, understand the situation and conclude from which chapter the question is from. This will help you understand which set of formulae you will require to solve it promptly and accurately.


4. What’s the distinction in the testing pattern for theorems, when it comes to CBSE and JEE?

In JEE, understanding how the theorem is derived is sufficient. Questions are majorly around the applicability of that theorem. However, CBSE questions you on how well you remember every step of the derivation. They need you to recreate the same steps from NCERT books or else you will lose your marks. So when you are preparing for CBSE, concentrate on NCERT steps, language, and examples. When asked which topic is considered the toughest in JEE Main, We’ll say that questions based on Rotation were both tough and interesting.


Moving on to Chemistry

5. How to study organic chemistry?

When it comes to organic chemistry it is crucial to understand the concepts. That’s because JEE does not hold on to the same examples. You need to read the question and then apply these concepts to be able to find out the reaction. So you should totally be focused on concepts.


6. How to tackle numerical in chemistry?

Most of the numerical are a part of physical chemistry. There are very fewer formulae and theorems, but the applications are very different. This is why mastering in numerals will only come through a great practice of as many sums as you can.

Next, we will discuss how to practice concepts.


7. When should we start taking mock tests?

You should start taking mock tests from the very beginning. Once you complete a particular section, you should go through mock tests to solve questions from that chapter. As you move ahead with the practice, the number of chapters that you attempt in each mock test kept increasing.


8. When did you start practicing the previous year’s question papers?

You should attempt a few in the early days of your preparation, but usually, everyone practices towards the end. JEE candidates should not attempt these sample papers in the hope that questions might be the same, but only to learn time and stress management.

9. How to improve your weak areas?

You should keep an “Error Book”. After every test — be it a practice test or a mock test, you should make a note of questions that you did wrong, along with the correct answer. Over time, you must focus on doing that type of questions accurately. This will ensure you to strengthen your weak areas.


10. How to study chapters that need memorising formulas, reactions, or diagrams?

JEE has a very less percentage of the portion that examines your memory skills. To tackle that, you should make flashcards. You must write down all the formulae and reactions and read them every day.


At the end of months, once your concepts are clear, concentrate on giving mock tests, and keep your “Error book” updated. Give the exam in different orders of the three subjects to find out which order suits you properly. Also, keep your flashcards safe. The JEE portion has over 100 topics, it is impossible to learn them all last minute.


While giving the exam, do the easy questions first. Those are areas where you can score high marks without any trouble. Also, attempting these questions will calm you down and give you more assurance to attempt the tough ones.


Aside from all of this, always be motivated and keep working hard. Even if you aren’t perfect with numerical from the beginning, keep practicing them and you will improve over time. Dr. IITian, Indore wishes all the aspirants and the students for their upcoming examinations.

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