Daily Timetable For IIT JEE Preparation Along With Board Exam Preparation

 

The Boards examinations and IIT JEE examinations are scheduled to take place one after the other, and a lot of candidates find it overwhelming to prepare for both the exams simultaneously. However, there is an easy solution to this problem- striking a balance between the preparations for both the exams. While it may seem like an impossible feat to achieve, considering the vast syllabus for both Boards and JEE Mains, developing a proper schedule and regular practice tests on online mock test platforms like Eduwhere can help candidates focus on both the examinations simultaneously. Candidates can also benefit from two sessions of IIT JEE introduced by National Testing Agency or NTA.

 

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The JEE Main paper pattern 

 

Parameter

JEE Main Paper 1

JEE Main Paper 2

Subject

Engineering

Architecture

Topics

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry

Mathematics, Aptitude, Drawing

Time 

3 hours 

3 hours

Marking scheme 

4 marks for a correct answer, -1 for an incorrect answer

Same as paper 1, but there is no negative marking for the drawing section

Mode of exam

Online 

Online for maths and aptitude, offline for drawing section

     

 

Daily schedule for both JEE and Boards preparation

Following a proper routine is an excellent disciplinary measure that candidates can use to maximize their productivity. If you haven’t been able to come up with a study schedule for your upcoming exams, this routine can be of use to you:

 

Time period 

Activity

Type of studying done 

6:30 to 7

Wake up energised and prepare to sit down to study Exercise

 

7 to 9:30

Study

Start a new topic 

9:30 to 10:15

Relax for a bit, have breakfast

 

10:15 to 1 pm

Study

Continue with the topic started

1 pm to 3 pm

Lunch and naptime 

 

3 pm to 3:30 pm

Wake up and freshen up

 

3:30 pm to 6 pm

Study

Learn formulae, or solve Mock tests for JEE Main on Eduwhere

6 pm to 6:30 pm

Break with tea or coffee

 

6:30 pm to 9 pm

Study

Finish the topic started 

9 pm to  9:45 pm

Dinner, relaxing for a bit spending time on your hobbies

 

9:45 pm to 12 am

Study

Revise the finished topic and then use the last ten minutes to decide what topic you want to start the next day

12 am to 12:30 am

Relax and unwind. Some soothing music or your favourite TV series can really help you sleep better and relax your mind.

 

 

This, of course, is a rough example of the course you can take for studying daily. Your schedule can change according to your own needs, however, this has been prepared to ensure that you combine both work and leisure in equal amounts so that you don’t feel overworked or too stressed at any point. 

 

We would suggest using the same schedule to prepare for both JEE Main preparation and Boards on alternate days of the week. So, if you dedicate one day to preparing a topic for JEE main, then the next day can be scheduled for Boards preparation. Now, with the daily study schedule done, let us take a look at a weekly study plan that you can use three months before your boards and your JEE Mains to prepare the topics for both Class XI and class XII. 

 

Month 1 for IIT JEE Main Preparation & Board Exams

 

Week 1

Physics

Units and Dimensions

 

Chemistry

Types of Matter and Atomic Structure

 

Mathematics

The Binomial theorem

     

Week 2

Physics 

Electricity

 

Chemistry 

States of Matter

 

Mathematics

Calculus- Differentiation

     

Week 3

Physics 

Magnetism and Electromagnetism

 

Chemistry

Chemical Kinetics

 

Mathematics

Coordinate Geometry

     

Week 4

Physics 

Work, Power, Energy as well as Gravitation

 

Chemistry

Periodic Table- Elements in the S and P blocks

 

Mathematics

Matrix and Determinants

 

Month 2 for IIT JEE Main Preparation & Board Exams

 

Week 1

Physics

Optics

 

Chemistry

Bonding in Chemistry along with the basics of Organic Chemistry

 

Mathematics

Calculus: Integration

     

Week 2

Physics 

Heat Transfer

 

Chemistry 

Periodic Table: elements in the D and F block

 

Mathematics

Calculus: Integration

     

Week 3

Physics 

Atomic weight and the nucleus

 

Chemistry

Alcohols and Ethers in Organic Chemistry

 

Mathematics

Quadratic Equations

     

Week 4

Physics 

Properties of matter

 

Chemistry

Isomerism

 

Mathematics

Permutation and Combination

     

 

Month 3 for IIT JEE Main Preparation & Board Exams

 

Week 1

Physics

Kinematics

 

Chemistry

Polymers and chemistry

 

Mathematics

Trigonometry

     

Week 2

Physics 

Optics 

 

Chemistry 

Organic chemistry and hydrocarbons that contain nitrogen

 

Mathematics

Series and sequence 

     

Week 3

Physics 

SHM and sound waves 

 

Chemistry

Organic Chemistry and the concept of purification using hydrogen

 

Mathematics

Vector and 3D

     

Week 4

Physics 

Modern Physics 

 

Chemistry

Isolation of Metals in Metallurgy

 

Mathematics

Probability

 

With this schedule, you will get a rough idea of how many topics you need to cover daily in all the three subjects of JEE Main to make sure that you have a good knowledge of everything before the exam approaches. You can combine the daily study routine with this schedule to get the best results for the work you put in. 

 

Month wise schedule to help you prepare for JEE and Boards 

  • From January to February, you should focus on your JEE Main preparation. This is because by now you must have completed your board examinations for your school selection examinations.
  • During March, your main focus should be on your Board examination. Always remember that doing well in your boards is no less important than cracking JEE. 
  • In April, with your board exams over, go back to revising your JEE syllabus. Your exams will probably be held in the first week of the month, so keep the few days you have in mind to revise your formulae, and maybe solving one to two mock test for JEE main to gain some confidence. 

 

Other tips to help you do well in both JEE and Boards

  • While working on your numerical, you must focus on developing your speed. 
  • Make small notes summarizing the important points of each topic. This will help you revise before the exams. 
  • For both JEE and Boards, solving test papers will help you learn the format of the examinations well. Especially for JEE, you should solve at least 5-10 mock tests for JEE main before sitting for the examination. 

 

Conclusion

Preparing for JEE Main and Boards may seem like a challenge at first, but once you develop a schedule and stick to it habitually, you will be able to ace both the exams with no problem.

 



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