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Solve questions thoroughly from NCERT textbooks as they are a great resource.
Practice mock tests regularly. Solve JEE Main sample papers to get a grasp on the pattern of questions.
Although every topic and chapter is crucial to crack the exam, do not waste time in learning new topics.
Make notes for every subject and list down important points that will help you in your revision later.
Maths: NCERT textbook revision is a must. Ensure you practice all questions and if you are left with more time, pick up a couple of MCQ-based books for additional preparation. Sequence and Series, Probability, Circles and Family of Circles, Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Matrices, Parabola, Quadratic equations and expressions, Hyperbola in coordinate geometry; Continuity and Differentiability, Limits, Application of derivatives and Definite Integral in Calculus are important chapters.
Physics: Jot down important points and formulae. Important topics are Dimensional Analysis, Current Electricity and Heat Transfer, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Thermodynamics and Rotational Dynamics, Geometrical Optics, Waves and Sound and Electromagnetic Induction.
Chemistry: For Chemistry, the NCERT textbook is highly recommended. Important topics in Chemistry are Redox Reactions, Thermodynamics, Chemical equilibrium, Carbonyl Compounds, Chemical bonding, Mole Concept and the Concept of Equivalents, Electrochemistry.
With just a couple of weeks left for JEE Main, it is essential for a student to follow a fixed routine. Prepare a timetable and devote equal amount of time for all the subjects.
Try and practice meditation and breathing exercises. Do not skip meals, eat right and drink plenty of water. While you have prepared your timetable of studying continuously for 8-10 hours, ensure that it includes a 30-minute break after every 3 hours and a 5-10 minute break in every one hour. Your mind needs to remain calm and poised.
The writer is Aakash Chaudhry, director, Aakash Educational Services Pvt Ltd
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