JEE main and advanced : Revision of 11th Parallel with 12th

JEE main and advanced

How to revise? One of the most difficult questions that JEE need to answer. How do I need to review the curriculum of class 11 in parallel with class 12 of JEE main and advanced? – I will try to answer this question in this post.

Different methods are suitable for different subjects.

Some people prefer to consult books. Others feel comfortable with reviewing note books.
Let’s start with Mathematics.

JEE main and advanced-Revision of Mathematics:

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Continue to solve as many questions as possible. This is the best way to review mathematics for JEE main and advanced. It has many advantages, but the most important thing is not to forget the formula. Moreover, if you are inclined to forget the formulas, you must keep a notebook containing all the important formulas in a clear and concise way so that you can quickly review them in a very short time.

Do not forget that you have to prepare a notebook so you can review it very quickly. The reason is – it’s uncomfortable to look at the same formulas if it takes a lot of time. However, if they are written in a concise manner, you can read them again several times. It would be better (what I did) to write forms on the A4 sheet and always carry them with me. You can spend it when you have time.

Reading the entire topic over and over again with the book would be a loss. If you’ve already covered the topic well, make sure: the best option would be to solve new problem. For this, you can solve anything: Your Coaching’s booklet / TMH / Cengage/ Revision booklet. The fact is that you should try out new questions. Also, remember that you have to remember the standard questions that have a hidden thing to connect to another issue.

The solution to learning mathematics is solving the problem.

JEE main and advanced-Revision of Physics:

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I would lastly talk about chemistry because it requires a more detailed description. Physics of class 11 includes mechanics and thermodynamics. The plan would be almost identical to the mathematical plane: to solve as many problems as the packages or books. In addition, you must return to the theoretical part of physics. So I suggest you read HC Verma. HC Verma is very important from the theoretical point of view. Students often forget a few less hidden theoretical points that are then raised in many kinds of questions in JEE. So, it’s better to read this book for the weekend.

In order to solve the issues, I would rather have revision booklet of coaching over books because they contain questions of an objective type that correspond to the current JEE model. I was from local coaching, I sorted out the my notebooks and short notes, Review assignments(I got it from my center at the end of the 12th grade) and of course from HC Verma. It is one of the best book for JEE main and advanced Physics.

JEE main and advanced-Physical Chemistry Revision:

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Physical chemistry is more like physics. Therefore, the approach would be the same as the physics approach: reading books, solving questions. I suggest reading NCERT to include all the detailed theoretical points that are usually asked in exam. NCERT will basically work for HC Verma (for theory). To solve problems, I used the same material as that in physics. In addition, I solved the subjective (resolved) examples of RC Mukherjee in order to develop a deeper understanding and better control of the subject.

Revision of inorganic chemistry:

It is very common that students study only one topic in Inorganic Chemistry which is Chemical Bonding. When I talk about inorganic chemistry, I mean s-block and p-block. This is the time for Inorganic Chemistry. You can easily prepare yourself if you spend only 1 hour a day: 15 minutes revision and 45 minutes for cramming new things. Read and Read – nothing more, the inorganic is mainly the cramming and seldom comes the logic.

Revision Plan:

Now I’ll answer the question: “How to balance the revision + weak chapters + current chapters”
There are 24 hours a day. Assuming you sleep 7 hours a day, you still have 17 hours left. Now you can leave 6 hours more in your school, such as eating, swimming, etc. It’s still 11 hours left. Assuming you need 2 hours of relaxation, you should last for 9 hours. There’s a lot of time!
9 hours a day
Now we are planning our journey.
It takes about 2 hours a day and the subject for progress in this area. So 6 hours are gone. We have another 3 hours  of study (we know we already have 2 hours of relaxation). Assuming you spend 1 hour with inorganic chemistry, you have 2 more hours.
Now, in these 2 hours, you will do two things –

  •  Cover the previous chapters of class 11 where you are weak.
  •  Revision of the previous chapter of class 11.

You can not do both of them everyday.
That is why you can plan to cover a weak topic that is left on Monday and do revision on the next day, and then repeat it.

  • Monday – Backlog/weak chapter of class 11
  • Tuesday – revision of the previous chapter of class 11
  • Wednesday – Backlog/weak chapter of class 11
  • Thursday – revision of the previous chapter of class 11

Now, can you figure out how to plan all of these for the days when you have to go your coaching ?

For that, you will have to shorten things. First of all, you should not spend 2 hours of relaxation; it’s a big waste of time. Second, you can save 1 to 3 hours more. I would not recommend sleep reduction because I think the body needs 7 to 8 hours of sleep. On the coaching day, you will have to plan your day yourself. You have to plan the next day every night before you go to sleep? It is one of the best planning tools.

In short: these are general overhauling strategies and you may want to use them for 2 years if you are preparing for JEE main and advanced.

Best of luck.

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