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JEE 2013 Preparation Tips

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JEE Preparation Tips
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi decided to hold a new Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) from 2013. The Application form for the JEE (Main) 2013 will be available online from November 01, 2012. There will be no sale of paper application forms.

The students have to take the new Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) for admissions in to IITs, NITs, IIITs, Deemed Universities and other central funded technical institutions from April and June 2013. The Joint Entrance Exam will be conducted in two parts, JEE Main and JEE Advanced.

Time Schedule:

  • Divide the 6 months for each subjects.
  • Prepare a chapter wise and topic wise revision schedule.
  • Create important short notes, lost all formulas and points to remember.

Follow One Method:
The correct approach for those taking the exam for the first time and second time is to stick to one source and not refer to a multiple books or study material. For example, an engineering student must prepare all topics covering Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) syllabus of Class 11 and Class 12 for JEE Main. For Architecture, students have to prepare fro the aptitude test and drawing test.

The syllabus of class 11 and class 12 about to 45% to 55% of JEE question papers, While preparing give more important to these topics.

Quadratic Equations and Expressions, Complex Numbers, Probability, Vectors, Matrices in Algebra, Circle, Parabola, Hyperbola in Coordinate Geometry, Functions, Limits, Continuity and Differentiability, Application of Derivatives, Definite Integral in Calculus.

Mechanics, Fluids, Heat and Thermodynamics, Waves and Sound, Capacitors and Electrostatics, magnets, Electromagnetic Induction, Optics and Modern Physics.

Coordination Chemistry and Chemical Bonding in Inorganic Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Chemical and Ionic Equilibrium, Mole Concepts in Physical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry.

Important steps to be followed:

  • Always start form basics.
  • Don't refer to solutions till you get the right answer.
  • Avoid leaving the question midway because one must know till what level their concept are clear.
  • Always take a conceptual approach and understand the question properly.
  • Study on regular basis.
  • Sleep for at least 6 hours a day to refresh up your mind.
  • Never loose your self confidence.
  • Keep in touch with intelligent students of your class or coaching centre to get that extra edge.
  • Make it a point to appear in competitive exams like Olympiads, KVPY, SAT, advanced placements etc to improve your aptitude and analytical ability.
  • Prepare as per the syllabus of the exam.
  • Problem solving should be more qualitative than quantitative.
  • Whenever you complete a chapter or topic , go through that topic again from NCERT books as this would prepare you for the board exams also.

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