How to Utilize Quarantine for the JEE Preparation

  • Apr 08,2020

The corona lockdown has brought the whole world to a standstill. Everything right from schools, colleges, offices, etc has been closed. This has also caused the postponement of several medical & engineering entrance tests including JEE Main and NEET which are now scheduled to May-end.

You are stressed out which is obvious but we recommend seeing positive points too. With planned & disciplined approach, Now the extra days that you are getting can become a game-changer period and can lead you to achieve your desired goals. This bonus time can be utilized to work upon the weak subjects and topics and further strengthen the strong topics.

Here are some quick tips to effectively utilize these quarantine days for JEE Preparation - 

Solve More JEE Main Mock Tests

JEE Main Exam is A Computer-based test thus utilize this time by solving more JEE Mock Tests. First, it will help you to get familiar with the Computer Based Test Format. Secondly, You can understand the loopholes in your preparation which you can find through Personalised performance analysis & later work on them. 

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Focus on Your Plan & Don't compare your plan with others

Stick to the plan that this best suitable for you. We all are different so do not get confused with your friends' preparation plans. Your strategy should be unique and crafted considering your strengths and weaknesses.

Prepare A Schedule & Stick to it – A well crafted JEE Preparation plan is worthless without a well-scheduled day. Study at least 9-10 hours a day. According to the studies, human productivity drops after 45 Mins so take small breaks. 

Focus more on revision. Use the short notes that you have prepared earlier to save your crucial time. 

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Here are some important topics that you need to prepare well :


Units and measurements, Rotational Mechanics, Optics, Modern Physics, Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Oscillation & Waves. 


General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Metals, Compounds Containing Nitrogen and Oxygen, Ionic and Chemical Equilibrium, Hydrogen, S-block elements, P-block elements, D and F-Block Element, Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties, 

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Permutations and Combinations, Definite Integration, Differential Equations, 3D & vectors, Co-ordinate Geometry, Sets, Relations and Functions, Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations, Matrices and Determinants.

Lastly, Eat Healthy Homemade Food, Drink Plenty of Water & Have good 8 hours night sleep. Keep a positive attitude towards your aim. 

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