JEE Main 2020 January session being less than two months away, this is the time when you should tweak your study plan and strategies. How you learn, what you learn, which test you solve and how you revise the syllabus, everything you do in these last two months will leave a huge impact on your final JEE Main rank and score. To make it easier for you to utilize your remaining time well without taking unnecessary stress, here we provide you with the checklist you should follow two months before JEE Main.
Subject-wise two months checklist for JEE Main 2020
- Note down important formulae and results
- Practice as many questions as you can
- Make a list of questions where you get stuck and look for techniques to solve them quickly
- Avoid getting into lengthy and complicated problems
- Don’t refer to any new book at this point of time
- Thoroughly revise CBSE textbooks
- Solve exercises given at the end of chapters to find out how well you have understood the topic
- Take help of quick and easy to understand study material like recorded video lectures for tricky and difficult topics
- Solve as many problems as you can
- Make a chart of the formulae and go through it daily before going to bed
- Identify your strengths and weaknesses and make your plan accordingly
Get your doubts cleared
Doubts might be good as it proves that you are trying to understand the concepts, but this might also become a hindrance in your success if not solved. As there are only a few weeks left for the exam, you should not leave doubts unsolved. The sooner you get your doubt solved from experts, the sooner you understand the topic.
Join a test series
This is the time when your complete focus should be on regular practice by solving online test series for JEE. The objective behind highlighting online tests is that it will you get accustomed to the computer-based test format and solve answer quickly. As there are only two months left for JEE Main 2020 January session, now, you should focus on full-length tests that you should solve in the real exam-like environment.
Just solving the test is of no use until you learn from your mistakes. Check what went wrong in the mock tests, make a list of the questions where you got stuck and start revising the concepts or topics which created a problem for you.
Familiarize yourself with the new exam pattern
Sometimes students get so busy with the completion of the syllabus that they miss the exam pattern practice. As a few changes have been introduced in JEE Main 2020 exam pattern for B. Plan exam, it is essential you familiarize yourself with the new pattern. Solving online practice tests as per the latest exam pattern is one of the best ways to be prepared for the new JEE Main 2020 exam pattern.
Focus on each subject
If you leave the last 10 days for final revision, you are left with around 40 days. To make the most of these limited days, you should spend enough time on each subject including Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics to cover the syllabus. Whether you plan to study all the subjects in one day or take them alternatively, make sure you follow the routine strictly.
Course completion or revision
No matter how early someone starts, there will always be some topics or concepts left to pick during the final revision. But at this time, you should never pick a new topic. At this crucial moment, you should just revise what you have already studied.
Remember, now every second count and you cannot waste it on some silly mistakes. Follow the checklist given above and make the most of your 2 months left for JEE Main 2020 January session. Rather than taking stress, you should focus on boosting your confidence to perform well in the final exam.