IIT-JEE Final Tips | How to prepare for IIT-JEE?

May 3rd, 2013| Education.

IIT-JEE Final Tips | How to prepare for IIT-JEE?

The IIT-JEE exam is been conducted on 11th of this month. It is really a tuff period for the students who are seriously preparing for the exam. There is a necessity to read in a systematic way for this exam and the specialists suggest that the score can be increased by following some of the tips in the revision and attempting of the exam. These are some of the special suggestions and news of this exam…

-          The complete syllabus is to be divided into four sections. The subjects like Calculus, Geometry, and Algebra and Vector Algebra 3D- trigonometry are to be revised fro every two days.

-          More concentration is to be kept on the Calculus and there will be asked around 2 questions on the graphs in the functions.

-          Around 60 % of questions are been asked from the Algebra and Calculus.

-          For the IIT exam, the formulas are not to be by hearted but they are to be derived and remembered and by doing this the confidence, levels are increased and in the same way the questions in this exam are not direct but will be like divert questions.

-          The Mathematics is to be revised by sitting alone and in solving the mathematics problems discussions with the students is not at all good.

-          The important formulas are to be revised two days before and meditation for 10 minutes before the exam is good for the mind to concentrate on the exam paper.

-          It is not good to over read before the exam but one have to read with short intervals. The main reason for this problem is lack of grasping power in this time. Another important thing to be noted is though we read less can remember more during this time and even that can be registered in the mind.

-          It is not preferable to wake up for a long time the day before the exam. Avoid eating the oily foods.  The food that is easily digested is to be taken.

-          Be cool on the day of the exam and by doing that the mind will be peaceful and not get disturbed.

-          Spent 20min for every subject in the exam, which is conducted in duration of three hours. Answer the easy questions during that time and can score the cut off marks very easily.

-          Utilize the time in between the two exams for relaxing but not go for any discussions with the friends regarding the last exam and try to overcome the cut off mark in the second paper and start this with the grand test paper itself.

-          The syllabus in the Chemistry is very less and so it is very good to revise the basic concepts.

-          The chemistry is an interlinked paper with one another, even the questions will be in the same way, and it will be impossible to attempt the questions from the chapters that are left.

-          One can get good result by preparing for the subject as if it is an application based but not as a reaction or equation.

-          One has to remember the fundamental equations and it will be possible to solve the variables easily though they are jumbled or changed.

-          One has to read the chemical bonding and if one is perfect with the organic chemistry, the applications will be easy.

-          A chart is to be prepared with the reactions in the organic chemistry and try to know the interlinking and with that, around 30% can be solved and covered. It is very good to revise the topics related to the electrics and polymers.

-          Revise each chapter in all the syllabuses of the subjects as mentioned in the syllabus.

-          The class notes is very valuable than the printed material.

-          Do not sleep during the time of 9 to 5 in the evening and make it as your exam time. And start your preparation during this time only.

-          Try to have three subjects in your daily preparation.

-          Analyze the tests that are been written by you and try to rectify the errors in those papers and tests and try to overcome those mistakes during the time of the exam.

-          Do not leave the comprehension question by seeing the first question because the final question may be the easiest one to attempt.

-          It is not compulsory to locate the questions that are there in a n order and scan the complete question paper first and start writing the paper with the well-known questions.

-          One has to attempt the interested subject at the last of the exam and keep the difficult for the second one. That means start with the third subject.