Is seeing yourself in one of the IITs your dream? Have you kick start the preparation for it already?

Well! If yes, then it is brilliant but even if it is a no still you are left with 90 days. As they say, “it’s never too late”. You can still achieve your dream with a planned and structured strategy to cover the entire JEE mains syllabus.

Here, we will help you get out of the dilemma and show you the right track to prepare for JEE in 90 days.There are certain subject wise strategies that you must follow to cover JEE main syllabus and the necessary topics of the exam.

• Study as per the weightage

We all know that there are different topics in the JEE mains exam and all the topics have different weight age. At the moment it is not possible to cover each and every topic well consisted of JEE mains syllabus. Therefore, smart studying will help, hence you must make your study plan as per the weight age of topics, devote less time in a topic having lesser weight age and more time in the topic having more weight age. In this way, you will be able to make a balance and a structured study plan will be executed.

Here is the list that shows the weightage of marks as per topic in all the three subjects. Mathematics

1. Integral Calculus: 16.94%
2. Differential Calculus: 15%
3. Coordinate Geometry: 14.52%
4. Matrix Determinants: 11.29%
5. Trigonometry: 8.06%
6. Probability: 7.26%

Chemistry

1. Organic Chemistry: 34%
2. Inorganic  Chemistry: 30%
3. Physical Chemistry: 36%

Physics

1. Mechanics: 25%
2. Electro Dynamics: 22%
3. Heat and Thermodynamics: 12.90%
4. Modern Physics: 18.55%
5. Optics: 14%
6. SHM and Waves: 6.45%
• Choose your study material wisely

After figuring out the important topics and the areas to be focused more. The second problem that comes into play is to find a good study material. As we all know that a right study material along with some smart work can make all the difference.

So, before jumping on any book you must research well about the best books available in the market. Keeping note of your requirements find the books that are most suitable for you. Ask your peer, seek advice from your teachers or seniors, search on the internet do whatever it takes but make sure you avail the best material.

Here is the list of some of the well renowned and widely used books.

Note: NCERT is a must have for all the three subjects. Proceed further with other books only if you have completed NCERT.

Mathematics

1. R. D Sharma

2.Arihant for Algebra and Differential Calculus

1. ML Khanna for IIT Mathematics

Chemistry

1. Organic Chemistry-O. P Tandon
2. Inorganic Chemistry-J. D Lee
3. Physical Chemistry-R.C Mukherjee

Physics

1. H. C VERMA for JEE Physics
2. DC PANDEY for class 11th and 12th Physics

• Weekly planning

Now the time comes when you have to implement your plans and make a desirable result. In this phase, it is extremely important for you to be focused and motivated throughout. JEE mains syllabus is indeed much, but with your smart planning, you must be able to cover all the important topics in the duration of just 90 days.

Here is the schedule that must be followed in order to make it to the list of IITians.

Study plan: Month 1

 Weeks Subjects Topics 1st Week Physics Units & Dimension Chemistry Solid States & Atomic Structure Mathematics Binomial Theorem 2nd week Physics Current Electricity Chemistry Solution and Colligative Properties Mathematics Differential Calculus 3rd Week Physics Electro-Magnetism Chemistry Electrochemistry & Chemical Kinetics Mathematics Coordinate Geometry 4th Week Physics Work Energy power & Gravitation Chemistry S & P block Mathematics Matrix & Determinants

Study plan: Month 2

 Weeks Subjects Topics 1st Week Physics Geometrical Optics & Wave Optics Chemistry Chemical Bonding’s & Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry Mathematics Integral Calculus 2nd week Physics Heat Transfer Chemistry D & F block Mathematics Integral Calculus 3rd Week Physics Atoms & Nuclei Chemistry Alcohol, Phenol &Ether Mathematics Quadratic Equation 4th Week Physics Properties of matter and fluid Chemistry Stereo Isomerism & Biomolecules Mathematics Permutation & Combination

Study Plan: Month 3

 Weeks Subjects Topics 1st Week Physics Kinematics Chemistry Chemistry in Everyday life & Polymers Mathematics Trigonometry 2nd week Physics Wave Optics Chemistry Hydro Carbons & Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen Mathematics Sequence & Series 3rd Week Physics SHM & Sound Waves Chemistry Hydrogen & Purification of Organic Chemistry Mathematics Vector & 3D 4th Week Physics Modern Physics Chemistry General Process of Isolation of Metals Mathematics Probability

Note: Keep this point in mind, that while preparing and covering all the necessary topics you must assess yourself and keep a note of your strong and weak areas. Therefore, plan out a day in entire week to test yourself and to know the areas of improvement.

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