Are you aware that approximately 45% of the questions in the JEE Main exam include topics from class 11? Revising class 11th syllabus is a critical as well as tricky, whether you have a year to study or only a month.
Well, it is not going to be easy. It will take a lot of effort and hard work from your side to crack one of the toughest competitive exams in the country, JEE Main 2020. You will not just need a precise preparation strategy but also a well thought out schedule.
So, we’ve figured out two plans which can help you revise class 11th syllabus effectively:
- One-Year Revision Plan
- One-Month Revision Plan
One-Year Revision Plan
Class 11th topics are just as important as your class 12th topics and need proper attention. Here are some preparation tips that will come in handy:
- The ideal time: If the JEE exam is your target, then starting early is ideal. Like most JEE aspirants, you should too, start revising the class 11 topics just as you join class 12. The topics will be fresh in your mind and will make revisions easy and quick.
- Know the most important topics: Yes, it is important to prioritise, whether you have revised the topics earlier or not. JEE is not just about hard work, but also smart work. If you have revised earlier, studying the important class topics will further solidify your concepts for JEE. This will help you save time and focus on the topics that are most likely to be asked in the exam.
- Divide the chapters: Now that you know the important topics, you should further dive deep into bifurcating the important chapters which carry the most marks.
Here is how you should divide the class 11 topics:
- First, complete the topics which carry the most marks and require a minimum effort.
- Complete the chapters which carry the most marks and require you to put in some effort.
- Thirdly, brush up on topics which carry fewer marks but also require less effort.
- Finding related topics from class 11 and class 12: Most topics in class 12 are an extension of the chapters covered in class 11. So, choose a smart way to go about covering the syllabus of both the classes, you can study-related topics. For example, if you are studying Electromagnetism (class 12 physics), you can easily cover the Gravitation concept from your class 11 syllabus.
- The Final Plan: Take as many online mock tests as you can along with revising the concepts. These tests will help you to improve your speed and accuracy, which the exam demands. Mock tests will not only boost your confidence but also help you retain information for a longer duration.
One-Month Revision Plan
The above tips were concerned with one-year preparation plan. Let’s move on to some speedy hacks and tips which will help you revise smartly in the last month before JEE. Read ahead:
- Devote 2-3 hours daily to study topics and chapters from class 11th.
- Don’t revise all the subjects daily; devote a day each for PCM.
- Solve problems from the studied subject the following day.
- Solve previous year question papers to understand the difficulty of questions.
The above points answer the question of preparing for JEE class 11th syllabus in a year as well as in the last-month.
So, the plans are set, and you just need to follow them to get the best results. Regular practicing is a must, and you must solve as many questions as you can to achieve perfection.
With less than one month left to JEE Main 2020, prepare like a champ. Good luck!