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How to score 200+ in JEE Main 2020. Expert’s guidance & tips for cracking JEE Examination

“There are no secrets to success. It’s the result of preparation, hard work and learning from failure”

One of the most prestigious examination JEE Main is about 30-40 days away. And we are sure most of the aspirants are going through last-minute jitters.

Revision is often the key to success and we are sure most of you are now charting out your revision plans. It is not only a boon in recapping but it is also a tonic for escalating your confidence level. So here we are with a study plan and a revision guide that will definitely help you in scoring 200+ in a just span of a month.

We have segregated every subject i.e. Physics, chemistry and maths and have picked the important topics for each subject and arranged in the order of its importance.



1 NLM + friction These topics are the foundations of mechanics and somewhat cover kinematics, which however is not an important topic but in case if any questions is asked you will be able to answer it.
3 Ray Optics Since this is a chapter that you would have covered in your 12th grade thus it will happen easily and take less time in revising.
4 Error And Experiment This topic is a short one and is certain to come. You can manage to revise this chapter in a time frame of 2-3 hrs.
5 Electro Statics+ Capitals + Currents  When these topics are combined with “RO” they make up 40-50% of your 12th-grade syllabus. Thus they require a lot of attention and you must not forget that the maximum questions in your examination are from this category.
6 Modern Physics Most of you would have covered this topic recently and thus it can be covered easily.
7 Gravitation These topics are the ones that you studied in your 11th grade. So one must revise them properly as they hold a good weightage in the examination.
8 Fluid Statics And Dynamics
9 Properties Of Matter
10 KTG+ Law of thermodynamics + Heat transfer


Additional topics

These are the topics that can be covered if the above-mentioned topics are revised thoroughly
Magnetism + EMI + AC


1 Straight Lines Coordinate geometry is very important from the examination view-point. So focus on straight lines and circles.
2  Circles
3 Trigonometry Identities & Trigonometry Equations These two topics hold a lot of importance. But while doing these chapters do not cover SOI as it is an important chapter too and should be covered later so that it can be retained in a better and efficient way.
4 Functions + LCD  + Differentiation  Combine these chapters with Fundamentals of maths (FOM), as most of you would have covered it in the 11th grade but as for now, it needs to be revised. And when these concepts are combined with FOM they wouldn’t take much time.
5 Quadratic Equation And Sequence First and foremost focus on P&C and Binomial as they are time-consuming. These chapters hold a lot of value and follow it with QE + sequence & complex no.
6 P&C And Binomial
7 Complex No.
8 Integration And Differential Equation Do this topic only after finishing the above-mentioned algebra topics.
9 SOT By the time you come to this section, you would be just 8-10 days away from your examinations. And these concepts frame 2-3 questions in the examination which would be very easy. So prioritise these chapters too.
10 Conics


Additional topics

These are the topics that can be covered if the above-mentioned topics are revised thoroughly

Vectors + 3D + Probability


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1 Atomic Structure + Periodic Table These are the topic that would hardly take time and would be definitely asked
2 Equilibrium If done well, it will definitely increase your confidence. This topic is very important but requires a lot of conceptual understanding, so take your time to revise this topic.
3 Chemical Bonding These Concepts are the ones that you would have studied in your 11th. And they need to be done early as they serve the basis for revising the rest of the topics that you did this year (12th).
4 Gas Law + Thermodynamics
6 Functional Groups Once these topics are revised, you are likely to be closer to the examination. So revise them well as you might not have the time to revise them again
7 Electro
8  Liquid Solution
9 Bio Molecule + Polymers While doing these topics remember to do it thoroughly so that they are retained for a longer time and if any questions are asked from these you can answer them with all the confidence.
10 Surface Chemistry
11 P Block


Additional topics

If you wish you can devote an additional half an hour and target to finish the revision of Organic chemistry within a week’s time. And after which remember to screen organic section in every 5 days                      

P Block +  Metallurgy + S block + Hydrogen + coronation compound


*Note This sequence is prepared on the basis of 2019 paper. NTA would have certainly kept last year’s examination in mind as the paper has only happened once.

In order to get the best result from the mentioned table, kindly keep the following in your mind.

  • Chart up the above – mentioned table the way you wish to do it. You can also make a checklist with it and can strike off the topics that you have covered.
  • This might sound tough, but this is the time where you should devote at least 6-7 hours for revision and this duration should be exclusive of your regular study time (coaching classes, school).
  • Since confidence and stress have an inverse relation meaning an increase in your confidence, decreases the level of stress. Remember to revise regularly as it will boost your confidence level and keep the stress away.
  • Make sure your revision time (6-7hours) is fairly distributed and you devote equal time to all the subjects i.e. physics, chemistry and maths.
  • Do not waste your time in short notes. If you have already made the short notes earlier it will be an icing on the cake or if you have completed 30 – 40 % of your short notes then continue with it as it will be helpful during the April attempt. But if you haven’t made any short notes’ do not waste your time in making one as they are time-consuming and wouldn’t have much of an impact.

We hope that even the odds be in your favour. Don’t let your nervousness kill your preparation and in the end remember you didn’t come so far just to give up. This is your final step in fulfilling your dream so give in your best and trust us on this your hard work will definitely crown you with success.

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I am student of 11th class how can I prepare for JEE main and advanced

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