Well, the name is definitely suggestive (or so i hope). Many people have been asking this question from me, and i thought that i would rather write an article on it, for the collective good of every aspirant. Let’s crack JEE with only 5-6 months of preparation. Here it goes….
There is a lot that needs to be done…
- Completion of two years of JEE syllabus, and that too in-depth.
- Studying for the board examinations, including practicals.
- Atleast two revisions of JEE syllabus.
- Mock tests.
After all this, you might wonder…
How is it gonna be done?
- Anything is possible as long as you believe in your ability to do it. So, this becomes our first step to success. Make sure that you have complete belief in your abilities and then proceed.
- Have an iron-strong will. Steel yourself to work more than you ever did, or ever though that you could do… Work more than words can express. Never waste your time. At the same time, stay healthy. Nothing can waste more time than becoming unhealthy.
- Start off by studying theory of all the chapters of the syllabus, and practice some questions of each chapter one by one. While class 11 has important concepts, class 12 syllabus has more weightage in any exam. So, make sure that you are able to create a perfect balance between the two. In short, study class 11 syllabus just enough to understand the concepts. After that, work on strengthening your class 12 syllabus more. 6 months are all you have. Be wise.
- Smart study will be your key to success here. Strengthen the parts of the syllabus that have a good weightage in the exam, yet are not as tough as other chapters. Spot these out and work on them more than other chapters.
- NCERT is your god here, especially for chemistry. Make sure that inorganic and organic chemistry are covered extensively from NCERT. These will be very helpful for your scoring in the exam.
- Social media, romantic relationships, extra-currics… all have to be put on hold here. Till your exams, that is.
- For board exams, start studying for them a month before the main exams only. In this time, however, you have to still study your JEE syllabus in parallel. Keep this in mind.
Books : These books are to be done…
- H.C. Verma : Concepts of Physics (Vol I)
- H.C. Verma : Concepts of Physics (Vol II)
- L.G. Wade : Organic Chemistry
- Peter Sykes : Guidebook to Mechanism in Organic Chemistry
- R.C. Mukerjee – Physical Chemistry
- N. Avasthi – Physical Chemistry
- Concise Inorganic Chemistry – J.D. Lee
- McGraw Hill Mathematics for JEE(Advanced) – 2015 Edition
All the Best !