Important Do or Die Chapters and Topics for JEE Mains 2023 Preparation

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Confused about which topics/chapters to focus more while preparing for JEE Main 2023? Get here the compiled list of Do or Die chapters for NTA JEE Main 2023 examination.
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JEE Main 2023 exam will be held in two sessions. To be among the top scorers of JEE Mains exam is the dream of every engineering aspirant. However, with the huge JEE Main syllabus, many students find it difficult to cover each topic from all three subjects. To help candidates with their preparation, we have compiled a list of "Do or Die chapters for NTA JEE Mains 2023" that can be considered the most important chapters/topics from the exam point of view.

The list of important topics for JEE Main 2023 can be segregated into two parts: low-weightage and high-weightage topics from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The analysis provided below has been done after recommendations from various experts and on the basis of the previous year JEE Main question papers. JEE Main exam is organized by the National Testing Agency (NTA) every year for admission to NITs, IIITs, CFTIs, and SPAs of India.

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How to Prepare for JEE Main 2023 Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics?

JEE Main 2023 Physics Paper

Below are the few points that the candidates must note while preparing for JEE Main 2023 Physics paper.

  • Candidates must study all the topics which are mentioned in the JEE Main syllabus Thoroughly with special attention to "Physical Quantities" and "Vector treatment".
  • According to the experts, questions from semiconductor devices, electromagnetic waves, communication systems, etc are usually simple and straightforward. A thorough understanding of NCERT textbooks on such topics is usually sufficient to solve questions in JEE Main.

JEE Main 2023 Chemistry Paper

The Chemistry paper is divided into three sections: Physical, Organic, and Inorganic. Check some important points to be noted while preparing:

  • In physical chemistry, candidates must keep a note of all formulas related to atomic structure, ionic equilibrium, solid-state, electrochemistry and thermos chemistry, etc.
  • Inorganic chemistry candidates must focus on reactions that they have come across and their mechanisms.
  • Experts suggest that in in-organic chemistry candidates must ensure to learn the formulas or ores and composition of alloys which are often asked in objective type questions.

JEE Main 2023 Mathematic Paper

Mathematics experts have suggested the following points to score higher marks in the paper:

  • A list of Formulae and important concepts must be kept in handy
  • A good number of questions are expected from Co-ordinate Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, Vector, and 3-D Geometry in the examinations
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Important Chapters for JEE Main 2023

The entire list of important Chapters of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics is given below.

Do or Die Chapters  for JEE Main 2023 Mathematics 

High Weightage

Low Weightage

3 Dimensional Geometry

Differential Equation

Vectors

Differentiation

Determinant & Matrices

Trigonometric Equation

Sequence & Series

Statistics

Straight Line

Mathematical Logic

Circle

Set & Relation

Probability Distribution (Binomial + Mean & Variance)

Height & Distance

Definite Integral & Area Under the Curve

Trigonometric Ratio & Functions

Limits, Continuity & Differentiability

Properties of Triangle

Functions

Permutation & Combination

Application of Derivatives

Indefinite Integral

Conic Sections

 

Complex Number

 

Quadratic Equation

 

Binomial Theorem & M. I.

 

Do or Die Chapters of JEE Main 2023 for Chemistry

High Weightage

Low Weightage

Atomic Structure

Chemical Equilibrium

Gaseous & Liquid State

Redox & Volumetric Analysis

Electrochemistry

Solutions

Chemical Kinetics

Metallurgy

Nuclear & Surface Chemistry

Qualitative Analysis

Chemical Bonding

Hydrocarbons

d-Block Elements

Mole Concept

Co-ordination Compound

Ionic Equilibrium

Alkyl Halides

Solid State

Aromatic Compounds

s-Block Elements

Thermodynamics

Periodic Classification

p-Block Elements

Classification & Nomenclature

General Organic Chemistry

Alcohol & Ether

Isomerism

Nitrogen Compounds & Aliphatic Amines

Aldehydes and Ketones

Biomolecules & Polymers

Carboxylic Acids & Its Derivatives

 

Do or Die Chapters of JEE Main 2023 for Physics

High Weightage

Low Weightage

Heat & Thermodynamics

Heat Transfer

Ray Optics

Fluids

Electromagnetic Waves

Nuclear Physics & X-Rays

Semiconductors

Work, Energy & Power

Error & Instrument Analysis

Units & Measurements

Gravitation

Dual Nature of Matter & Radiation

Wave Optics

Circular Motion

Photoelectric Effect

Center of Mass & Collisions

Oscillations

Communication Systems

Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current

Laws of Motion

Rotation

 

Kinematics

 

Electrostatics

 

Current Electricity & Capacitors

 

Properties of Matter

 

Magnetic Effects of Current & Magnetism

 

Bohr’s Atomic Model

 

Waves & Sound

 

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FAQs related to JEE Main Do or Die Chapters

Q. Which chapters are most important in JEE Mains?

A. Chapters like Rotational Motion, Thermodynamics, SHM, Electrostatics, Magnetism, Optics, and Modern Physics among others are important in Physics. In Chemistry Chemical bonding, Electrochemistry, Coordination compound, Thermodynamics & thermochemistry, etc are important.  In Mathematics, Complex Number, Conic Section, Circle, Calculus, Vector & 3 D, Probability, Trigonometric Equation etc. Read more.

Q. Which chapters can be skipped for JEE Mains?

A. In exams like JEE Main, one should not try to skip a single chapter while preparing. Students must cover the whole syllabus thoroughly as the questions can be asked from any topic

Q. Which is the most scoring subject in JEE mains?

A. Chemistry is considered as the most scoring subject with an average score of around 35 marks; Mathematics on the other hand is the most difficult to score off averaging a little over 25.

Q. Is stoichiometry important for JEE?

A. Yes, it is for sure!! Stoichiometry may even cover a major part of physical chemistry in the mains paper.

Q. Is there any specific book for JEE Main preparation comprising all subjects?

A. Not one book but topic-specific books should be referred by candidates in order to get the best of all.

Q. With 96 percentile in which NIT will I get?

A. Candidates can get admission to NIT Mizoram and NIT Nagaland. Read here to know the detailed analysis and other college options

Q. Is 200 a good score in JEE Mains?

A. Yes, 200 is considered good in JEE Mains if you want to get into top NITs and IIITs. Read more

Q. In JEE Mains 2023, what is the weightage of class 11 and 12 syllabi?

A. It is nearly 49% for class 11 and 51% for the class 12 syllabus.

Q. What is the weightage of modern physics in JEE Mains?

A. The weightage for modern physics in JEE Main is 20-25%.

Q. Can class 11 students give JEE Mains?

A. No, candidates have to pass or appear in the Class 12 examination to sit for JEE Mains exam.

Q. Is Class 12 marks important for JEE Mains?

A. Candidates must note that class 12 marks have no weightage in the preparation of JEE Main ranks & percentile. The ranks will be determined based on their score in the entrance exam. However, for admission into NITs, IIITs, CFTIs the class 12 board exam scores will be taken into account.

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I got 58 percentile in JEE Mains. Is it possible to get admission in CSE through JEE Main in B.Tech in HPTU.

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tarun mittal

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You would require a minimum of 97 to 98 percentile to get admission in B.Tech programme in HBTU, Kanpur. The cutoff rank for CSE is around 21,000 which would be approximately. 97.5 percentile. The last ranks for other core branches are EE - 31,000; ME - 29,000; CE - 35,000 etc.

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My JEE Main rank 30924, which IIIT will I get for CSE. I belong to general category.

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tarun mittal

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Selecting a college depends on a lot of factors. PlacementsFacultyInfrastructureCollege lifePast achievementsRanking and Reputation etc. Based on these IIIT Gwalior is definitely a better option than the new IIITs and it is considered one of the top IIITs in India. You should consider the upgrade...Selecting a college depends on a lot of factors. Placements
Faculty
Infrastructure
College life
Past achievements
Ranking and Reputation etc. Based on these IIIT Gwalior is definitely a better option than the new IIITs and it is considered one of the top IIITs in India. You should consider the upgrades and downgrades resulting from the switch, but I assure you IIIT Gwalior will not disappoint you.

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Which is harder, NEET or JEE?

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deepika maurya

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a week ago

JEE is related to the engineering field, whereas NEET is related to the medical field. JEE and NEET are both held on an annual basis, and with limited seats, passing these exams becomes more difficult for students. Furthermore, the number of seats in medical colleges is much lower than in enginee...JEE is related to the engineering field, whereas NEET is related to the medical field. JEE and NEET are both held on an annual basis, and with limited seats, passing these exams becomes more difficult for students. Furthermore, the number of seats in medical colleges is much lower than in engineering colleges. Due to the lesser number of seats available in medical colleges and the high level of competition in NEET getting into a good medical college is challenging. As for difficulty level, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is slightly tougher than Joint Entrance Examination-Mains but easier than Joint Entrance Examination-Advanced, but that is subjective, as seats are comparatively limited in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, making it more competitive. Least Difficult: JEE Mains. Difficult: NEET. Most Difficulty: JEE Advanced. I hope this will help you.

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Can I get direct admission NIT Durgapur through JEE Main rank?

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Rahul malgotra

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Yes you can but your JEE score must reach the required requirements.

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I got 65 percentile in JEE Main. Which colleges in Kerala can I get for engineering?

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Ujjawal Anand

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Getting a college is not easy with this rank. However, you can get a seat in CSAB.

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Is entrance exam required for Manipal University by international students? Can one get admission through JEE score?

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International students have to appear for Manipal University entrance exam.

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How should I do the choice filling if my rank in JEE Main is 196888?

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Shubham Raturi

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a month ago

Your rankings suggest you have good chances with private engineering colleges as for top NITs, IIITs and GFTIs the cutoff closing ranks is within 75000.

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My JEE Main rank is 1,20,000. I am a general from Haryana. Can I get an NIT or IIIT via JoSAA? Which colleges can I get in Haryana?

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KARTIK KUMAR AGRAHARI

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Chances for getting in NIT or IIIT via JoSAA is too low for this rank bracket. You can try for other good colleges.

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Shubham Raturi

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a month ago

As per your rank, the chances of you getting an IIT or NIT is very less. There are many private and government. Colleges in Haryana which you can get at this rank.

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My rank is 12775 in JEE Main and 8226 in JEE Advance. Where can I get admission for CSE?

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tarun mittal

Contributor-Level 10

a month ago

Your JEE Mains rank is good as your JEE advance rank. So if you are not getting some top colleges in IIT for CSE then you go for NIT because by this rank you will surely get into top NIT like1. NIT Karnataka2. Mnit Allahabad3. NIT kurukshetra4. NIT Jaipur5. NIT surathkal6. NIT DelhiHope this answ...Your JEE Mains rank is good as your JEE advance rank. So if you are not getting some top colleges in IIT for CSE then you go for NIT because by this rank you will surely get into top NIT like
1. NIT Karnataka
2. Mnit Allahabad
3. NIT kurukshetra
4. NIT Jaipur
5. NIT surathkal
6. NIT Delhi
Hope this answer is helpful to you
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What qualifications do I need to get into IIT Madras? How many marks do I need to get B.Tech computer Science?

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tarun mittal

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a month ago

Marks in JEE Advanced do not decide the stream you choose, the rank does. Last year paper was so easy that the people who got 50 to 60% marks did not get a reasonable rank but the paper of 2016 was very hard and scoring more than 50% got students AIR under 2000. So the rank will be decided on the...Marks in JEE Advanced do not decide the stream you choose, the rank does. Last year paper was so easy that the people who got 50 to 60% marks did not get a reasonable rank but the paper of 2016 was very hard and scoring more than 50% got students AIR under 2000. So the rank will be decided on the basis of difficulty level of the paper. Between CSE in IIT Bombay closes at around AIR 68. So if you want the best branch in the best college, better start working very hard.

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