Last three month key to get success in JEE Main 2018

Pursuing the favorite engineering degree from Indian Institute of Technology is not merely a dream of every JEE aspirant but also act as a supplement for more hard work. It is quite obvious that no success comes without hard work and this is the quality that has to be in the IIT JEE aspirant since as per the guidelines, writing a successful JEE Main and Advanced examination will not be enough to get into the IITs as the student must also obtain at least 75% in the 12th board examination. In this article you will get the important tips for JEE Main 2018 preparation for three month.

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With just a couple of months remaining in the JEE Main examination, students need to be very particular about their strategy and the study plan to prepare for the all important JEE Main 2018 examination. Ideally, the JEE (Main) aspirants should be thorough with the syllabus by now.

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For those who are not on the same page, sincere effort from now onward can help them crack one of the most sought after competitive examinations in India. A good plan works as a lifesaver in such strenuous situation and there is no doubt that if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. There are quite a few traits you must be equipped with to ascertain your success in the national level engineering entrance examination.
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Important tips for JEE Main 2018 preparationImportant Tips

Remain focused and maintain a positive attitude while studying:

Focus is very important while you are studying. For example, studying 6 hours with a good focus is more appropriate than studying 12 hours non-stop without complete focus. Remember it is the quality of time spent and not the quantity alone. Hence, take short breaks of five to ten minutes after every one or two hours of serious study. Relax completely when you take a break.

Build up pace by solving JEE level problems with time organization:

It is highly recommended to solve problem of level which are at par with the JEE standards as it will help you in improving your reasoning and analytical ability.

Sample papers give a fair idea about the pattern of questions and help one improve time management:

Pick up some mock tests as well as sample papers to practice and get into the habit of solving problems using your own mind.

Solve the Previous year’s JEE/AIEEE original papers:

It has been observed that many questions are repeated from previous year papers or questions might come with the same pattern. Hence, after preparation with the mock test, you must look at the set of previous year papers.

Focus on your weak areas and improve your concepts:

No one is perfect, thus in place of running away from your weak areas, you must start focusing on those and work on the basic concepts.

Practice meditation to develop inner calm, poise, confidence and power of concentration and don’t overstress yourself:

Five to six hours of sleep every night is a must, especially three-four days before JEE Main 2017 for physical and mental fitness.

Month wise tips to cautious confidence

Study Plan for January:

Your schedule of study must be in accordance with your habits, so don’t bring any drastic change in the style of your studying when you are so close to the exam.
JEE Main is an exam of speed; unless you have firm command on calculations, you can’t crack questions within specified period of time, thus exercise calm while calculating.


If you have opted for online mode of examination, practice accordingly so that you may adapt yourself to the mode of examination.


Make notes and design flash-cards for important formula while covering the syllabus. It will help later at the time of revision. You can easily go through the short notes and formulas while solving a problem. It will save time and will make revision easier.

Study Plan for February:

Once January is over, it’s only 2 months to the examination. One month for preparation and another for the revision. Keep your confidence high & start aiming to give a finishing touch to the preparations done till now.


These things are worth notable when you are so close to the examination you have always dreamt of. Don’t panic about the expectations. Keep motivating yourself. Your efforts are important and they never go in vain.

Study Plan for March:

This month wise separation of topics is fruitful only when you stay rigid with your timetable. Try to invest as much time as possible, and try to keep the entire March investing yourself in Board examinations (If have) and revision without losing the rhythm.

Section wise preparation tips


Topics like Probability, Indefinite integration, Complex numbers, Vectors and 3D and Definite integral require a lot of effort and study.

Also, problems based on Permutation Combination as well as Probability are generally quite conceptual thus, it is important to be well aware of the concepts and techniques to solve the problems, as they are essential topics in Algebra.


Topics such as Mole concept, Chemical Equilibrium and Electrochemistry require focus, thus stress more on them and practice Organic Chemistry more while improving your hold on topics like Stereochemistry, GOC (General Organic Chemistry) and Functional Group Analysis. Topics like Chemical Bonding and Coordination Chemistry require extra attention as they are highly conceptual.


Improve your focus on conceptual clarity, application skills and awareness of the prescribed syllabus.


Scoring topics include Optics, Electricity and Magnetism, etc. Topics like Kinematics and Particle dynamics require extra attention as these topics are important parts of Mechanics and are regularly witnessed in JEE papers.


Mechanics and Electricity and Magnetism are the most important topics in terms of the number of questions have been asked in JEE of previous years. Some of the topics which were a part of previous year’s papers are Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism (Equal importance), Modern Physics, Optics, Heat, Thermodynamics, Waves and Sound, Measurement and errors.

Month wise topics smart plan


Rotational Dynamics, Heat and Thermodynamics. Mole Concepts. Theory of Probability, Permutations and Combinations, Binomial Theorem
Work, Energy, Power and Gravitation Chemical Energetic, Solid State, Nuclear & Surface Chemistry Quadratic equations and expressions, Sequence and series
Units and Dimensions Electrochemistry, Chemical and Ionic Equilibrium Complex numbers
Modern Physics s and p block elements, Principles of Qualitative Analysis Trigonometric Functions, Inverse trig. Functions Trig. Equations, Properties of Triangle
Electrostatics and current electricity Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding Circles and Conic Section


Motion in 1D, projectile and circular motion, Laws of Motion Solutions & Coordination Compounds, Transition Elements & Metallurgy Straight Lines and pair of lines, Functions and graphs
Magnetic effects and Magnetism, Electro Magnetic Induction General Organic Chemistry, Alkanes, Alkenes, Alkynes Matrices & Determinants
Optics States of Matter Differential calculus


Alternating current Alkyl Halides, Haloarenes and Alcohols, Amines, Amino acids and Peptides Integral Calculus
Oscillation of waves Practical Organic Chemistry Differential Equations
Properties of Matter Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids Vector Algebra & 3 D Geometry

Final words

If you have opted for online mode of examination, practice accordingly so that you may adapt yourself to the mode of examination. Don’t panic about the expectations. Keep motivating yourself. Your efforts are important and they never go in vain.