JEE Main Preparation 2020: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has postponed the JEE Main April session exams due to COVID-19 pandemic. JEE Main 2020 exam will now be conducted from 1st to 6th September. The recent release of the exam dates has stimulated an urgency in the JEE aspirants to kick start and increase the intensity of their JEE Main preparation for 2020. Every year, 14-15 lakhs aspiring engineers appear for JEE Main in order to get into the National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and other Government-funded Technology Institutes (GFTIs). JEE Main is also the preliminary exam for candidates who wish to study in the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) through the JEE Advanced. The top 2,50,000 JEE Main candidates will be eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced.
Embibe has come up with a perfect solution for all your queries regarding JEE Main 2020 Exam. In this post, we are going to discuss the most successful Tips, Tricks & Strategies to make an actionable study plan to crack the JEE Main exam.
Note: At Embibe, we have ensured that JEE aspirants avail mock tests free of cost. We suggest you attempt our mock tests and evaluate yourself before appearing for the examination. It will also help in identifying the concept and topic to revise in the last minute.
JEE Main Preparation 2020
As the JEE 2020 April (September) session exams are approaching, it is time you start preparing for the exams. We have brought JEE Previous Year Papers (2020) to help you in your JEE Preparation. Solving the previous year paper on Embibe will help you understand the difficulty level, syllabus coverage, ideal time for each question, questions involved with multiple concepts, repetitive nature of concepts, etc. Thus, attempt the JEE Previous Year Papers to Become Exam Ready!
Check JEE Main 2020 question paper (January session) test links which will help you take tests instantly.
JEE Main 2020 Question Paper – January 2020
|JEE Main 2020 Paper 7th January – Shift 1||Take Test|
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|JEE Main 2020 Paper 8th January – Shift 1||Take Test|
|JEE Main 2020 Paper 8th January – Shift 2||Take Test|
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How To Prepare For JEE Main 2020?
JEE Main is one of the most competitive exams in the country which is why a properly planned JEE Main preparation strategy and a daily routine for JEE Main preparation are required. Here, we shall help you with the best and most effective JEE Main preparation tips, particularly for JEE Main self-study and JEE Main preparation without coaching.
Read on to get the best JEE Main preparation strategy and tips.
1. Crack important concepts
2. Refer to JEE Main best books
3. Know the paper pattern
4. Time management
5. Exam taking strategy
1. JEE Main Preparation Tips – Crack Important Concepts
Concepts should be crystal clear in your mind if you want to pump up your JEE Main preparation strategies. Study basic and important concepts thoroughly. Students have managed to score marks close to even 300 with just 3 months in hand! If you have 5-10 months in hand, you can achieve that score provided you are focused and organised. One tool that can help you learn your concepts in a structured way is the Knowledge Tree on Embibe.
2. JEE Main Preparation Tips – JEE Main Best Books
NCERT books should be your best friends during your JEE Main preparation. The following are some of the best books for JEE Main preparation out of all JEE Main preparation books:
- DC Pandey and HC Verma are your go-to books to build concepts in Physics.
- SK Goyal would be ideal for Maths (Algebra). Maths is a scoring subject and if you are referring to this book, you can easily score around 80% here!
3. JEE Main Preparation Tips – Know JEE Main Paper Pattern
According to the new JEE Main exam pattern, the examination will now be conducted for three papers:
- Paper 1 for B.Tech / B.E candidates – A total of 75 Multiple Choice Questions on Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
- Paper 2 for B.Arch – A total of 77 questions – 25 questions from Mathematics, 50 questions from aptitude test and 2 questions from Drawing test.
- Paper 3 for B. Planning – comprises a total of 100 questions.
4. JEE Main Preparation Tips – Time Management
Investing your time sensibly is the key to cracking any entrance exam. It is necessary to be selective and rigid. Students need to find out the right kind of study materials and spend just the right amount of time practising each topic. Not only are you required to follow an effective timetable, but you also, make use of efficient time management in the entire process of preparation until writing the exam, which is a major deciding factor. You must include time management in your JEE Main preparation plan.
5. JEE Main Preparation Tips – Exam Taking Strategy
As part of the JEE Main preparation, it is recommended that students adopt a proper exam strategy and follow it sincerely. A well-planned JEE Main preparation timetable and thorough browsing of the entire question paper is especially relevant. While attempting the questions, it is recommended that students are careful and do not waste time unnecessarily on questions that he/she is not sure about. Taking mock tests regularly to improve your overall exam taking strategy must be a part of your JEE Main preparation.
6. JEE Main Preparation Tips – Personalisation
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|(5) Helps you to build your stamina to sit for long hours to take a test without getting exhausted.|
JEE Main Subjectwise Preparation
JEE Main Preparation for Physics
Class 11 syllabus:
|1. Unit, Dimension & Measurement||Study Now|
|2. Kinematics||Study Now|
|3. Newton’s Law of Motion||Study Now|
|4. Circular Motion||Study Now|
|5. Work, Power & Energy||Study Now|
|6. Momentum & Collision||Study Now|
|7. Center of Mass & Inertia||Study Now|
|8. Rotational Dynamics||Study Now|
|9. Elasticity, Calorimetry, Thermal Expansion||Study Now|
|10. Ktg & Thermodynamics||Study Now|
|11. Simple Harmonics Motion||Study Now|
|12. Mechanical Waves||Study Now|
|13. Fluid Mechanics||Study Now|
Class 12 syllabus:
|1. Geometrical Optics||Study Now|
|2. Wave Optics||Study Now|
|3. Electrostatics||Study Now|
|4. Capacitance||Study Now|
|5. Current Electricity||Study Now|
|6. Gravitation||Study Now|
|7. Magnetic Effects of Current & Magnetism||Study Now|
|8. Nuclear Physics & Radioactivity||Study Now|
|9. Communication Systems||Study Now|
|10. Electromagnetic Induction & AC||Study Now|
|11. Electronics Devices||Study Now|
|12. Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation||Study Now|
|13. Error in Measurement & Instruments||Study Now|
JEE Main Preparation for Chemistry
Class 11 syllabus:
|1. Periodic Table & Properties||Study Now|
|2. Mole Concept||Study Now|
|3. Nomenclature of Organic Compounds||Study Now|
|4. Chemical Bonding||Study Now|
|5. Gaseous States||Study Now|
|6. Electronic Displacement Effect||Study Now|
|7. Atomic Structure||Study Now|
|8. Isomerism||Study Now|
|9. Redox & Equivalent Concept||Study Now|
|10. Chemical & Ionic Equilibrium||Study Now|
|11. Chemical Kinetics||Study Now|
|12. Radioactivity (Nuclear Chemistry)||Study Now|
Class 12 syllabus:
|1. Halogen Derivative||Study Now|
|2. Co-ordination Compound||Study Now|
|3. Aromatic Hydrocarbons||Study Now|
|4. Aliphatic Hydrocarbons||Study Now|
|5. Liquid Solution & Surface Chemistry||Study Now|
|6. Metallurgy||Study Now|
|7. Phenol||Study Now|
|8. Alcohol||Study Now|
|9. Ether||Study Now|
|10. Solid State||Study Now|
|11. Carbonyl Compound||Study Now|
|12. Qualitative Analysis||Study Now|
|13. S, P, D & F block element||Study Now|
|14. Thermodynamic, Thermochemistry & Electrochemistry||Study Now|
|15. Biomolecules||Study Now|
|16. Polymers||Study Now|
|17. Carboxylic Acids & Its Derivatives||Study Now|
|18. Amines||Study Now|
|19. Practical Organic Chemistry||Study Now|
JEE Main Preparation for Maths
Class 11 syllabus:
|1. Logarithms & Related Expressions||Study Now|
|2. Quadratic Equations & Expressions||Study Now|
|3. Sequence & Progressions||Study Now|
|4. Compound Angles||Study Now|
|5. Trigonometric Function, Equations & Inequations||Study Now|
|6. Solutions of Triangles||Study Now|
|7. Circles||Study Now|
|8. Straight Lines & Pair of Lines||Study Now|
|9. Binomial Theorems||Study Now|
|10. Permutations & Combinations||Study Now|
|11. Sets, Relations & Functions||Study Now|
|12. Mathematical Inductions & Reasoning||Study Now|
Class 12 syllabus:
|1. Limits, Continuity & Derivebilities||Study Now|
|2. Method of differentiation||Study Now|
|3. Indefinite Integration||Study Now|
|4. Definite Integration||Study Now|
|5. Application of Derivatives||Study Now|
|6. Determinants and Matrices||Study Now|
|7. Vectors||Study Now|
|8. 3 Dimensional Geometry||Study Now|
|9. Probability||Study Now|
|10. Differential Equations||Study Now|
|11. Area Under Curve||Study Now|
|12. Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola||Study Now|
|13. Complex Number||Study Now|
|14. Statistics||Study Now|
JEE Main Previous Year Papers
In order to clear the JEE Main, solving the JEE Main Previous Year Papers must be a part of your JEE Main preparation. They will help you get an idea and feel of the actual exam paper. That will add a whole new dimension to your JEE Main preparation. Furthermore, along with the JEE Main Previous Year Papers, we also provide the Answer Key and Solutions.
JEE Main Cut Off
The JEE Main cut off indicates the required minimum marks to get admission in NIT and other colleges. The examination authorities consider the following factors while determining the cut off marks for JEE Main:
- Number of applications received,
- Number of questions asked in the paper,
- The difficulty level of the exam,
- Performance of the candidates, and
- Previous years’ cut off trends
JEE Main cut off marks is to be kept in mind while going ahead with your JEE Main preparation. Do not leave any stone unturned to make the best of your JEE Main preparation. Remember to solve as many questions as you can during practice. Regular mock tests will boost your confidence; so, attempt the unlimited free JEE mock tests available on Embibe. It has been found that students who have taken tests on RANKUP have improved their score by up to 60% after just 10 tests! So what are you waiting for?
We hope this detailed article on JEE Main Preparation helps you. If you have any queries regarding JEE Main preparation or the exam in general, drop a comment below and we will get back to you at the earliest.2370 Views