JEE Main 2019 preparation will require your proper time management and a JEE Main 2019 Timetable. Preparing a timetable will help you to stay in proper track with the JEE Main 2019 Syllabus. Without a proper JEE Main 2019 Timetable, it will be studying aimlessly and at the end, it will be tiring and unfruitful.
All the JEE Mains aspirants of 2019 must compromise on social media and other distractions if they really want to crack the examination. You must dedicate yourself totally to prepare for IIT JEE Main 2019. Start with a JEE Main 2019 Timetable that focuses equally on each of the subjects. Now is the time that you prepare your timetable so that you can keep up with your school boards and JEE Main 2019 Preparations.
JEE Main 2019 Timetable
With more than a year left for the JEE Main 2019 examination, it is advisable that you prepare a timetable month wise. Each month dedicated to chapters from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Preparing a timetable depends from person to person, like, whether if you are an Early Riser or a Night Owl; or depending upon the chapters you are weak in etc. There are many factors that will decide your JEE Main 2019 Timetable. But here we are giving you a general blueprint of a month wise JEE main 2019 Timetable that will help you prepare your own concrete timetable.
Jee Main 2019: 12-Month Timetable
With exactly one year and 2 months left for JEE Main 2019 Examination, here is a month wise JEE Main 2019 Timetable plan that will help you cover the whole JEE Main 2019 Syllabus by December. You can dedicate the rest of the months for revision. According to your preference of subject and chapters, you can decide the time slots. Also if you complete your syllabus within December you will be able to stay on track with your school board exam preparations too.
JEE Main 2019 Syllabus at a glance:
- Mathematics total Chapter: 16
- Chemistry total chapters: 26 (All Sections)
- Physics total Chapters: 21 (All Sections)
Dividing the syllabus in 12 months we get:
- Mathematics per month: 2 Chapters approx.
- Chemistry per month: 3 Chapters approx.
- Physics per month: 2 Chapters approx.
Now analysing the division above, per month you will need to cover 6 to 7 chapters from all the 3 subjects. Following this strategy, you will be able to cover the entire JEE Main 2019 Syllabus by January 2019. Make sure you cover all the important Chapter in the first 6 months of your timetable. The list of important chapters subjects wise is provided on How To Prepare For JEE Main 2019.
Month 1 to Month 6 (February 2018 to July 2018):
Start by covering the important chapters of the syllabus from all the 3 subjects. Also solve at least 3 JEE Main question papers twice in these 6 months. Make sure you divide the timeslots equally for all the subjects. Cover your NCERT Textbooks completely and solve questions from the reference books.
Month 7 to Month 12 (August 2018 to January 2019):
In the last 6 months cover other chapters as per the division of chapters above. Here also try to solve JEE Mains previous Years’ question papers twice. Complete NCERT Textbooks, make sure no concept remains unclear. So by the end of January 2019, your JEE Main syllabus for 2019 will be complete.
Remaining 2 Months before the JEE Mains 2019 Examination:
This are the months of solving more and more of Question papers and Mock Tests. In the remaining 2 months that are Feb 2019 and March 2019, revise all the chapters. Go through the notes, NCERT Textbook and problems in the reference books. Solove question papers again and also try solving the question papers of other entrance examinations like VITEEE, BITSAT, WBJEE etc. This will introduce you to the variety of questions. Analyse your preparations by taking as many Mock Tests as possible.
Remember: Give enough time to self study and don’t rely on Coachings alone.
Recommended Books for JEE Main Examination
Here are the subject wise books that are recommended for JEE Mains preparations:
- Physics: Concepts of Physics Vol I and II by H.C. Verma, Problems in General Physics by I.E. Irodov, Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick & Walker.
- Chemistry: Numerical Chemistry by P. Bahadur, Organic Chemistry by Paula Bruice Yurkanis, Inorganic Chemistry by J.D. Lee, Organic Chemistry by Morrison & Boyd.
- Mathematics: Complete Mathematics by McGraw Hill Education Pvt Ltd, 103 Trigonometry Problems by Titu Andreescu & Zuming Feng, Coordinate Geometry by S.L. Loney, Higher Algebra by Hall & Knight, Problems in Calculus of One Variable by I.A. Maron. For basics of mathematics, students can refer NCERT XI-XII books.
Note: The idea of having a month wise timetable may not be preferred by all, but this is one of the best methods so far. You must go for the method that suits your comfort. You must keep your timetable flexible enough so that you can change it as per your preferences.
To all the aspirants of JEE Main 2019, start your preparations early and get a timetable made as it is said: “Half of the battle is won if you start well”. Wishing you all the very best with your preparations this year. Stay Positive and Calm!
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