How to prepare for JEE Main 2023 in two months - JEE Main is one of the most competitive engineering entrances exams in India. Every year, lakhs of students appear for the exam for admission to BTech and BArch programs offered by premier IITs, NITs, IIITs, and CFTIs. The National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting JEE Main 2023 twice.
Now that JEE Main 2023 is around the corner and just two months away, the study plan and preparation strategy for this attempt of JEE Main needs to be tweaked according to the need of the hour. Your preparation in these final months before the exam will have a major impact on your performance and JEE Main percentile, ranks, and scores. Furthermore, your time management skills clubbed with a positive attitude will make your chances of getting into the top tech institutes of the country better. Remember, it’s important to utilize each day efficiently to secure success in JEE Main 2021. To help you sail through this phase smoothly, here are some mantras on how to prepare for JEE Main in two months.
JEE Main Study Plan For Month One
Take mock tests and solve previous year's question papers: Solving previous year question papers of JEE Main and taking mock tests is extremely important to get a good rank in the exam. Besides the various free mock tests available on the internet, candidates can also download the official JEE Main 2021 mock tests released by NTA. Subsequently, they can also register themselves at the nearest Test Practice Centre (TPC) established by the agency to get the feel of the actual exam and improve their time management skills.
Clear your doubts: No matter how big or small your doubt is, get it cleared. Reach out to your teachers, friends, and even mentors to ensure none of your doubts related to the exam remains unsolved. Besides this, there also are some e-learning apps, blogs, and forums that would assist you in clarifying your doubts about a particular topic related to JEE Main.
Make a revision checklist: Ensure you make a checklist of JEE Main syllabus with the list of topics/units against each subject - Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Tick off the important topics as and when you are done with revising the particular topic.
Flashcards: Have a large stack of flashcards handy. It should contain all the important JEE Main formulae, concepts, and diagrams. These could also be used in the last minutes before JEE Main.
Strengthen your weak areas: Every time you take a mock test, evaluate your paper and jot down your mistakes and weak areas. Work on the subjects, topics, and units in which are you are weak. Resolve and strengthen them well before the actual exam takes place.
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JEE Main Study Plan for Month Two
You have just one more month left before the second phase of JEE Main 2023. All you need during this month is the focus and make your prep strategy stronger.
Subject-wise revision plan: Make an everyday revision plan for each of the three subjects of JEE Main. By this time, you would have an idea about your strong and weak areas. Making a revision plan will help you tighten all the loose ends. It will also help you allocate an equal amount of time to three subjects.
Summarise each chapter: Jot down the highlights of every chapter of each subject of JEE Main. You can easily access them whenever you want. These notes will help you revise the key points one day before the exam when you would not have enough time for an in-depth revision of JEE Main chapters.
Decide the order of subjects: JEE Main has three subjects. Find out the subject you are most comfortable with and decide the order in which you would attempt these subjects in the exam.
Continue with mock tests: JEE Main aspirants should keep taking mock tests at regular intervals all through the year. The frequency should increase in the last few months before the exam. JEE Main mock test will also help you prepare in an effective way for the online/computer-based format of JEE Main along with getting you acquainted with JEE Main exam pattern.
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