## what can’t be measured cannot be improved

Self assessment is one of the key factors for success in JEE Advanced , with self assessment you measure your preparation and get to know the status quo and you will know what it will take to reach your goal from where you stand, continuous self assessment will make it possible for you to make necessary adjustments in your study plan , on how much time you need to spend on a particular topic or how many more questions you need to solve in order to reach your goal. Below is a self assessment tool which will indeed help you measure your preparation and hence improve it.

**Self Assessment:** Assess and mark yourself on a scale of 1 to 5 on your level of preparedness for each topic, where 5 is very good and 1 is very bad

Very Good | Good | Ok | Bad | Very Bad |

5 | 4 | 3 | 2 | 1 |

You should give yourself a score of 5 when you are among the top 5% in your class (whether coaching or school).

You should give yourself a score of 1 when you are among the bottom 50% in your class.

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Chemistry |
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Mathematics |
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Physics |
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1 | Basic concepts of chemistry | Complex numbers | Units, dimensions, vectors and calculus | |||||

2 | Structure of atom | Quadratic equations | Kinematics | |||||

3 | Periodic properties | Logarithms | Laws of motion | |||||

4 | Gas laws | Progressions | Work, Power and Energy | |||||

5 | Chemical bonding | Permutations and combinations | Center of mass, linear momentum, collision | |||||

6 | Chemical energetics | Trigonometry | Rotational dynamics | |||||

7 | Chemical equilibrium | Straight lines | Elasticity, fluid dynamics and properties of matter | |||||

8 | Ionic equilibrium | Circles | Gravitation | |||||

9 | Redox reactions | Conic sections | Simple Harmonic Motion | |||||

10 | General organic chemistry | Binomial theorem | Wave motion | |||||

11 | Hydrocarbons | Functions, Limits and Continuity | Heat and Thermodynamics | |||||

12 | Alcohols and ethers | Differentiability and differentiation | Electrostatics | |||||

13 | Alkyl and aryl halides | Application of derivatives | Electric current and resistance | |||||

14 | Solutions | Indefinite integration | Magnetism | |||||

15 | Solid state | Definite integration | Electromagnetic Induction and AC | |||||

16 | Chemical kinetics | Area under the curve | Geometrical Optics | |||||

17 | Electrochemistry | Differential equations | Wave Optics | |||||

18 | Nuclear chemistry | Determinants | Modern Physics | |||||

19 | Functional groups containing nitrogen | Matrices | ||||||

20 | Aldehydes and ketones | Probability | ||||||

21 | Carboxylic acids and their derivatives | Vectors | ||||||

22 | s-Block elements | Three dimensional geometry | ||||||

23 | p-Block elements | |||||||

24 | d-Block elements | |||||||

25 | Metallurgy | |||||||

26 | Qualitative salt analysis | |||||||

27 | Coordination compounds |