## TIP1: Mastering the basics and Developing Problem Solving skills

JEE papers generally test the basic concept of the subject. So the basic concept should be very clear. Concentrate on the basic concepts. Strengthen your fundamentals. Master the basics of each chapter. Do many times so that you know the concept by heart. NCERT books are good for the concept. So first should be to study the NCERT books and familiarize all the concepts. HC Verma is also good for concept

Once you are through with the concepts, you need to develop problem-solving skills. Pick one good physics and start solving the questions. Initially, problems of low level should be tried and only when you have mastered them, you should go on to solving intricate JEE type problems. Always give full attempt the question before seeing the solutions. Try to recall all the formulas, concepts and try the solve the problems. Don’t take too many Physics books. One or two should be sufficient.

Try to visualize the problem by drawing the diagram. Free body diagram helps in solving mechanics problem

## TIP2: Order of the Units

JEE paper consists of questions from various units. Some units are easier to solve while some are tough to attempt. So Students should try the following order for mastering the units in Physics

Thermodynamics | It is quite simple to master this topic. JEE paper always has a few questions about it. So easy to score those. |

Hydro-statics and Bernoulli’s Principle | This is also simple. |

Waves in Elastic Media | This too is simple to master. JEE always have one or two questions from it |

Interference Beats and Doppler’s Effect | Similarly for this. |

Electrostatics | Coulomb’s law, Potential, electric question are simple to attempt. |

Lorentz’ Forces | A simple question from it. |

Circuits with Capacitors | Easier to attempt with some practice and method to solve the circuits |

Modern Physics (full) | Always have some questions about it. Easier to master |

Collisions | JEE paper has a difficult question from this but easier than below topics. It should attempted in the last |

Rotational Motion | bit tough. It should attempted in the last |

Gravitation, Elasticity, S.H.M. | bit tough. It should attempted in the last |

Similarly for Maths, following order can be followed

**Quadratic Equations and Expressions**: This chapter is fundamental and the concepts are used in various other topics. The problems are usually direct and can be solved with well-understood formulas.**Sequence and Series**: This is another topic where the questions are often straightforward. Understanding arithmetic and geometric progressions is crucial.**Matrices and Determinants**: These topics are not only scoring but also have a finite set of concepts and problem types, making them relatively easier to master.**Mathematical Reasoning**: This is a topic unique to the JEE Main and is generally considered easy by most students.**Permutations and Combinations**: While this can be tricky for some, it’s a topic where if the concepts are clear, the problems can be quite scoring.**Limits, Continuity, and Differentiability**: The basics of these topics are often straightforward, and many problems can be solved using standard methods and formulas.**Straight Lines and Circles in Coordinate Geometry**: Compared to other parts of coordinate geometry, straight lines and circles are generally more manageable and have direct applications of formulas.**Statistics and Probability**: Basic probability and statistics are often considered easier compared to other topics in JEE math syllabus.**Trigonometry**: This one is bit tough**Complex Numbers**: Question can be tough from this section, but Basic problems on complex numbers, including their algebraic properties and representation, can be relatively easier to handle.**Integration**: Question can be tough from this section

Similarly for Chemistry, following order can be followed

**Mole Concept and Stoichiometry**: These are fundamental concepts in chemistry and form the basis for understanding various other topics. The problems are usually direct and involve calculations based on simple formulas.**Atomic Structure**: This chapter, focusing on the basics of atomic models and quantum numbers, is often straightforward if the fundamental concepts are clear.**Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure**: Understanding the types of chemical bonds and basic molecular geometry is crucial and can be relatively easier compared to other topics.**Gaseous State**: The gas laws and the ideal gas equation are typically direct in their application, making this topic one of the easier sections.**s-Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)**: The chemistry of these elements is relatively straightforward, with fewer exceptions and complexities.**Classification and Nomenclature of Organic Compounds**: This is mostly about understanding the rules and applying them, which can be easier compared to understanding complex reaction mechanisms.**Chemical Equilibrium**: While equilibrium can be a bit challenging, the basic concepts and calculations related to the equilibrium constant are more direct and scoring.**Hydrocarbons**: Basic concepts about alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes, including their nomenclature and simple reactions, are usually more scoring.**General Organic Chemistry**: The initial concepts of organic chemistry, like hybridization, sigma and pi bonds, inductive effect, resonance etc., are fundamental and can be easier to tackle.

## TIP3: Mocks test and Time Management

Once you are through with the course. You should start taking the Mock test. This will give you the feel of the examination. Try to give as many as possible. Judge your speed and accuracy. You won’t feel tensed and stressed on the examination day this way. Develop a habit of judging the question. You should be able to judge the question of whether you should go for it or not. This is a very important thing. There will always few questions in JEE paper which will be very tough. If you put your head in those questions, you will waste your time and you will not anything.SO it is important to judge the question. You should never attempt any question which you don’t know the head and tail of it. Be sure your units are correct. It will many times prevent making mistakes. Whenever you get any numerical answer, Judge the answer. Does the number look practical? Try to Break the problems into manageable pieces Master Time Management Skills Once the result has been evaluated, check the answer sheet for the mistakes

## TIP4: Short Notes and Revision

Make short notes for the last revision before examination. Those should contains all the important formulas which will help you in solving the problems fast. Plan your schedule for your revision and exercise. Start concentration on the topics that you have covered rather than wasting time on new topics particularly when the exam is just a few days ahead.

## TIP5: Examination Preparation

Enter the examination in a positive mood to crack the test. Prepare all the stationery beforehand. Stay relax. A calm mind works better Be very careful while reading the instructions, you might know the answer, but you fill it incorrectly so you will lose even what you know. It is not important to attempt any questions. Your aim should be to do the question correctly. This way you will avoid negative marks. You should reach the test center at least half an hour before the exam. So that you can relax.

**Before starting doing the JEE paper**

**Step 1:** Take a quick glance at the paper so that you are aware what all types of questions and what all topics are given. It should be done in the first three minutes **Step 2:**Search for questions about topics which is strong to you. Read the questions of the topics and if you have done a similar type of question and you are confident about it. Attempt that question. Do this for all the topics u are strong in You will always find a few questions in this category

**Step 3:**Now try to find the questions in your strong topics which look easy and solvable to you.