JEE Main 2018 is scheduled on April 8, 2018 for offline exam and April 15 & 16, 2018 for online exam, and there are less than four months remaining for the preparation. So, students have to make a strategic plan for exam preparation which helps them to achieve a better outcome. Students have to plan in such a way that they will be able to cover the entire syllabus. In this article your will get detailed preparation strategy for remaining time frame.

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Questions in the JEE exam will be asked from the subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The examination will be held in English and Hindi language. Students can utilize the remaining days for quick revision and take lots of mock tests.

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While preparing, students can take help from the subject experts to eliminate their doubts regarding any topic. If students fail to clear the exam then they have to bear the loss of the entire year. Students can plan three phases of 30 days each that will cover the whole syllabus.

**Preparation Plan for JEE: Month-wise**

**January**

The first 30 days are very crucial and must be used for revision. After checking the **syllabus** and identifying the important chapter, students must plan subject-wise revision with the help of subject experts. This revision ensures a better understanding of the concepts which requires better time management skills.

**February**

Students should plan for preparation in such a way that they get efficient time for taking mock tests on lines of JEE (Main) and JEE (Advanced). Students should analyze paper in such a way that they should check the mistakes and avoid repeating them in actual. For topic-wise revision, students are advised to join a crash course.

**March**

Students should use days between consecutive board exams for preparation of both board exams and entrance exams. They should make a systematic revision plan which involves testing concept-wise and chapter-wise along with several mock tests from reliable resources as per **current pattern of JEE**.

**Preparation Plan for JEE: ****Week Wise **

Before start preparing for the examination, it is very important for the students to make a daily schedule. Following is the every month week-wise study plan:

**January week-wise Study Plan**

Weeks |
Subjects |
Topics |

1st week | Physics | Units & Dimension |

Chemistry | Solid States & Atomic Structure | |

Mathematics | Binomial Theorem | |

2nd week | Physics | Current Electricity |

Chemistry | Solution and Colligative Properties | |

Mathematics | Differential Calculus | |

3rd week | Physics | Electro-Magnetism |

Chemistry | Electrochemistry & Chemical Kinetics | |

Mathematics | Coordinate Geometry | |

4th week | Physics | Work Energy power & Gravitation |

Chemistry | S & P block | |

Mathematics | Matrix & Determinants |

**February week-wise Study Plan**

Weeks |
Subjects |
Topics |

1st week | Physics | Geometrical Optics & Wave Optics |

Chemistry | Chemical Bonding’s & Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry | |

Mathematics | Integral Calculus | |

2nd week | Physics | Heat Transfer |

Chemistry | D & F block | |

Mathematics | Integral Calculus | |

3rd week | Physics | Atoms & Nuclei |

Chemistry | Alcohol, Phenol &Ether | |

Mathematics | Quadratic Equation | |

4th week | Physics | Properties of Matter and Fluid |

Chemistry | Stereo Isomerism & Bio-molecules | |

Mathematics | Permutation & Combination |

**March week-wise Study Plan**

Weeks |
Subjects |
Topics |

1st week | Physics | Kinematics |

Chemistry | Chemistry in Everyday life & Polymers | |

Mathematics | Trigonometry | |

2nd week | Physics | Wave Optics |

Chemistry | Hydro Carbons & Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen | |

Mathematics | Sequence & Series | |

3rd week | Physics | SHM & Sound Waves |

Chemistry | Hydrogen & Purification of Organic Chemistry | |

Mathematics | Vector & 3D | |

4th week | Physics | Modern Physics |

Chemistry | General Process of Isolation of Metals | |

Mathematics | Probability |

**Preparation Plan for JEE: Topic Wise Weight-age**

JEE exam covers 40% of the syllabus from 11th standard and 60% syllabus from the 12th standard. The topic-wise weight-age of each subject for JEE Main is given below:

Chemistry |
Physics |
Mathematics |
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Topics |
Weight-age |
Topics |
Weight-age |
Topics |
Weight-age |

Organic Chemistry | 34% | Mechanics | 25% | Differential Calculus | 15.20% |

Inorganic Chemistry | 30% | Electro Dynamics | 22.58% | Probability | 7.26% |

Physical Chemistry | 36% | Heat and Thermodynamics | 12.90% | Integral Calculus | 16.94% |

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Modern Physics | 18.55% | Matrix Determinants | 11.29% |

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Optics | 14.52% | Coordinate Geometry | 14.52% |

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SHM & Waves | 6.45% | Trigonometry | 8.06% |

**Best Books for JEE Main Preparation**

Only solving NCERT books for examination preparation is not sufficient because the examination syllabus may look similar but the pattern and level of questions differ in some or other way. Questions asked in the entrance exam involves multiple concepts and generally of higher difficulty level.

But buying right study material is the main task. If we talking about the **best books for JEE Main preparation** they are listed below:

**Physics **

- NCERT
- H.C Verma for JEE Physics
- DC Pandey for Class 11th and 12th Physics
- Pradeep’s fundamental for Physics.

**Mathematics**

- R.D. Sharma
- Arihant for Algebra and Differential Calculus
- SL Loney for Trigonometry
- ML Khanna for IIT Mathematics
- IA Marron for basic concepts

**Chemistry **

- Organic Chemistry – O.P Tandon
- Inorganic Chemistry – J.D Lee
- Physical Chemistry – R.C Mukherjee

### Important Points during the examination

Following are some points that students must keep in mind before start examination preparation:

- By practising solving JEE level questions students can increase their speed of solving problems using time management techniques.
- Students should start solving
**mock tests**which give them a fair idea about the pattern of questions, marking scheme and paper difficulty level. - Students should focus on their weak areas and improve their concepts
- To practise JEE level questions is mandatory because it improves students reasoning and analytical ability. This helps students to familiarise with the type of questions asked in the paper.
- During practice, students are advised to take short breaks of five to ten minutes after every one or two hours of serious study.