JEE Advanced Last Month Preparation (Experts' Tips) - Embibe
  • Written By jeevana
  • Last Modified 25-08-2022
  • Written By jeevana
  • Last Modified 25-08-2022

How to Make Best Out of Last Month’s Preparation for IIT JEE Advanced?

Last Month’s Preparation for IIT JEE Advanced: As the IIT JEE Advanced 2022 is scheduled for August 28, 2022, aspirants must gear up for the exam and make the most out of last-month preparation tips. You must put all the best effort into your preparation because cracking JEE Advanced 2022 is not easy, especially when only one month is left, and aspirants start to panic. Another reason why IIT JEE Advanced is considered challenging is that it has a very tough syllabus; therefore, it brings a lot of anxiety and nervousness for students every year.

We tend to see a lot of queries from aspirants on how to effectively utilise this period to extract the maximum out of the minimum amount of time left. Henceforth, we bring you this article so that you can get maximum benefit as well as prepare efficiently for the upcoming JEE Advanced Exam 2022. This article, designed by the experts of Embibe, will surely help you achieve good results.

Last Month’s Preparation for IIT JEE Advanced 2022

JEE Advanced 2022 will be conducted on August 28, 2022. Therefore, with the available time in hand, you must give your best and start preparing. As you are already done with the JEE Main, you are well aware of the syllabus followed.

Therefore, here we have provided significant steps you can possibly take: With the available time in hand, you need to preplan and start your preparation. But before we discuss last month’s preparation tips for JEE Advanced 2022, we would advise you to take the JEE Advanced mock tests for free at Embibe.

JEE Advanced 2022 All India Test Series (AITS)

Gearing up for JEE Advanced with the intention of acquiring a good test score may seem like an impossible feat, but with proper guidance, strategic preparation, and an effective and well-articulated study plan and routine, aspirants can crack the test, despite it being a challenging exam. Therefore, to help you increase the chances of their passing, Embibe’s experts have designed an All India Test Series (AITS). Here are the steps you can follow to take the free AITS at Embibe:

  • 1st Step: Visit Embibe. If you are not logged in, we recommend you to log in.
  • 2nd Step: Click on the ‘Take a Test’ button under the search field.
  • 3rd Step:  Now, click on ‘JEE Advanced’ from the list of exams on the left side of the page.
  • 4th Step: If you wish to take a ‘Live Test’, ‘Full Test’, or ‘Previous Year Test’, scroll down and click on the ‘Show All’ button for the respective test type. All the test names will appear on the screen along with two options on the right side – ‘More Info’ and ‘Start Test’.
  • 5th Step: Click on the ‘More Info’ to know the test features such as maximum marks, number of questions, and test duration.
  • 6th Step: Clicking on the ‘Start Test’ opens a new tab. Now, read the test instructions carefully and check the box against the statement confirming the same.
  • 7th Step: Lastly, click on ‘Start Test’. If you have already logged in, the test will start. Otherwise, a message prompting you to log in will open. You can continue to take the test without logging in. However, for a better experience and to save your test details, it is recommended to log in.
  • 8th Step: Once you have logged in, you can use the direct links below to take the mock test at Embibe and boost your preparation level:
JEE Advanced 2022 All India Test Series – 1 Paper – 1Full Test Link
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Last Month’s Preparation for IIT JEE Advanced: Exam Plan

The study plan for last month’s preparation is provided below in detail.

Know Exam Pattern and Stick to Syllabus

Be very clear with the syllabus and exam pattern of JEE Advanced. Stick to the syllabus and know how many questions carrying how many marks are to be solved in the given time. Some have a habit of preparing beyond the scope of the syllabus, which will not help them at this point in time. Following the prescribed syllabus is sufficient to crack the exam; therefore, don’t waste your time and energy studying unnecessary topics.

Have a Revision Copy/Booklet

Let’s see how and what kind of purpose it will serve and what its contents should be.

  • Divide the copy into 3 parts (each for subject: Physics, Chemistry, Maths).
  • For each chapter, write a summary of 2-3 pages (on average). You should write all the important formulas and important tips/points which you gathered while you were attending your classes, practising from your institute booklets or revising (earlier) on that topic. You all should make your class notes. So you might already have an idea regarding how to make one.
  • Try to be specific while writing or planning to write, and be sure what to write and how to write. Be precise. In some cases, you may be writing 4-5 pages of summary (especially in Physics topics and Organic Chemistry), so don’t worry.
  • The purpose of this copy is to revise quickly and efficiently and in lesser time. Also, you should have confidence in whatever you summarise. What we mean here is that you should not be running back and forth to your class copies and chapters while you are revising from this copy otherwise, you will never be able to rely on this, which will defeat the whole objective.
  • This will also help in other competitive exams since the syllabus overlap between them is generally more than 95%. So, you are in a win-win situation, especially for exams which work on formula-based like Eamcet and other regional ones.

Take Help from Technology

If possible, voice record all the important points (which you have just written in your revision copy). Record just the important concepts. You can listen to them whenever you are travelling for your class or anytime between your breaks. This will keep you engaged, and you will soon remember most of them by heart. Take advantage of the free mock test and online studying platform to make the best of it.

Set Your Alarm Clock

This is the time when you should start working on yourself on physical terms. We come across many students who don’t deliver their exam performance as most of them suffer from ‘Night Study’ syndrome. Stop studying at night (You can/may study till 11:00-11:30 p.m. at maximum). We will recommend ‘at least’ 2-3 hours sittings from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00pm and 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Practice a Lot

You need to practice a lot during this crucial period of last month.

  • You must ensure that you do a test paper (of 3 hours: in order of CMP) practice every day.
  • This should include previous years’ JEE papers and all previous test series (Mock JEE or any 3 hours test) held at your institutes. You can also make practice test papers on your own from the additional problem sets, workshops, or other packaged problem sets you must have got from your respective institutes or an online resource.

Take JEE Advanced Mock Tests and get used to the exam pattern, type of question and difficulty level of the exam. This is also a good tool to revise and recall the learnt concepts. Go through the test analysis and know your mistakes. Learn from your mistakes and perform better.

Plan Your Studies

Create a study plan by making very short-term goals for the next 2-3 days. Don’t plan for the next 2 weeks or 1 month. Make targets for what you want to cover in the next 2-3 days and try to follow and achieve them with your best efforts.

Stay Healthy

Apart from studying you must also maintain good health. Take at least six hours of sleep, maintain physical hygiene and have proper food. You cannot afford to fall sick as this is the time to give your best.

Develop an Optimal Attempt Strategy

The way you attempt the questions have a considerable impact on your JEE Advanced score. The choice of questions, the time spent on each question etc., play a very important role. As you take mock tests, you come across the mistakes you make and understand your weak points. Develop a strategy depending on that and also have a backup strategy as the exam can be tricky sometimes.

What to Do One Month Before JEE Advanced?

Many find Inorganic Chemistry boring; however, this is an important section of the exam. Now is the right time to start preparing for Inorganic Chemistry from NCERT (both 11 and 12 standard books). You should put around 1 hour every day.

Take JEE Advanced mock tests and improve your score. Get the detailed test analysis and advanced test analysis to know your mistakes. Taking the test will not only fix your knowledge gaps but also will improve your problem-solving and test-taking skills.

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We hope this article on making the most out of JEE Advanced preparation in one month helps you. If you have any queries, please connect with us on the Embibe app, and we will surely reply at the earliest.

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