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Important Topics :

Physics: Newtons Laws of Motion, Work


Energy Power, Conservation Laws, Rotation
Motion, Electrostatics, EMI, Heat and
Thermodynamics, Nuclear Physics and Radio
Activity, Semiconductor, Mechanics, Optics,
Thermodynamics
Chemistry: Redox Reactions, Electrochemistry,
Chemical Kinetics, GOC, P Block Elements,
Mole concept, General organic chemistry,
Periodic table, Chemical bonding, Coordination
chemistry
Mathematics: Conic Section, P&C, Probability,
Quadratic Equation, Definite Integration,
Differential Equation, Vector and 3D, Complex
Number
October
focus on the chapters which are considered
tough and have always been your weakness.
Physics: Rotational Dynamics, Fluid (this is a
very often ignored but is an important chapter),
Thermodynamics.

Chemistry: Thermal physics, Equilibrium and


Kinetics, Special name reactions of alkanes to
alkynes, alcohols, aldehydes, Inorganic Part 1
(Start revising/studying from the beginning).
Maths: Solution of Triangles and trigonometry,
Permutation and Combination, Matrices and
Determinants.
November
brushing up tough chapters. With increased
speed, this can be the final month for such
chapters:
Physics: Capacitance and current, Magnetism,
Electromagnetic induction, AC circuits.
Chemistry: Electrochemistry, solid state and
solutions, radioactivity, Inorganic Part 2
(Oxygen, Sulphur, Halogens and start of
transition elements), special reactions of
ketones, phenols, benzene, aldol condensation
etc.
Mathematics: Complex numbers, Progression,
Probability and Co-ordinate Geometry
(Cartesian, line, circle)

December - year end


Physics: Optics and Modern Physics (These
chapters are burning topics and most frequently
asked these days), wave and SHM. Polish them
with all your might.
Chemistry: Redox reactions, States of matter,
Inorganic Part 3 (remaining transition elements
and compounds, Ores and metallurgy),
Carbohydrates, amino acids, proteins, and
polymers.
Maths: Co-ordinate Geometry(Remaining),
Vectors, Differential calculus, Integral Calculus
Part 1 (Basic integration). Polish these properly
as well.
February and March:
These months are primarily saved for
preparation of boards and their exams. While
you get thorough with NCERT books, make
sure to study them with JEE (Main) / NEET
point of view as many basic questions of JEE
can be tackled from NCERT textbooks.

January:
Now, we cover minor topics so as to sum up our
preparation:
Physics: Kinematics and Motion, Centre of
mass and gravitation, elastic moduli.
Chemistry: Qualitative analysis, Practical
Organic Chemistry, atomic structure, surface
chemistry.
Maths: Integral Calculus Part 2(Remaining), 3
dimension geometry, Quadratic Equations.
After March:
When youre done with your board
examinations, analyze your preparation on the
basis of the test series you have been
attempting.
Fill those loopholes -important formulae/
synopsys/ reasons/ topics . Revise important
concepts and as the exam date nears, focus
more on concept revision than problem solving.
You need to download past year questions
papers and perceive how the question were

asked, they may help candidates to more for


the same. You might be now mindful of the
ideas, and now need to concentrate for
examination.
For Biology, Physics and Chemistry, Read from
NCERT books.
In last couple of weeks before the exam,
candidates need to revise their courses for
better results.
Try to bifurcate your time equally among all
subjects. Instead of focusing on a single
subject, try to prepare all subjects in a
methodical manner. Decide a time limit and try
to finish all your subjects before that time.
Keep practicing unless you perfectly answer all
questions while solving practice tests, mock
tests or previous years papers. Analyze where
you make mistakes, and try to avoid them the
next time.
Know the syllabus of the examination well:
Make a schedule of study for the week:
Work on weaker areas:

Practice mock test papers:


Do not fall for guesswork
Don't forget to get inspired by the toppers
through their interviews.