Simple Yet Effective Tips to Prepare for JEE and Board Examination

With the CBSE Board examination being just around the corner and the JEE date creeping closer by the day, it is imperative for you to gear up and make the most of every minute of this crucial period. This is the time when you should test your knowledge, brush up the topics you lack in and do an overall revision of the course. The information shared here is meant to help all you Board examination students as well as JEE aspirants to score high in your forthcoming examination:
JEE Aspirants

Though you need to be thorough with the entire IIT JEE syllabus however, as you sit to revise, you must know as to which topics need to be focused on and which ones just require a run through. Here

is a look at the comparatively important part in all three subjects:

Gravitation, Kinematics, Optics & Modern Physics, Capacitors & Electrostatics, Fluids, Waves & Sound, Magnetics, Heat & Thermodynamics and Electromagnetic Induction are among the topics that are important from JEE point of view.
Electrochemistry, Coordination Chemistry & Chemical Bonding in Inorganic Chemistry, Chemical & Ionic Equilibrium, Mole Concept in Physical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry should be your main point of focus in chemistry.
In Maths, you should particularly focus on the Definite Integral in Calculus, Complex Numbers, Parabola, Application of Derivatives, Quadratic Equations & Expressions, Continuity and Differentiability, Hyperbola in Coordinate Geometry, Functions, Probability, Matrices in Algebra; Circle, Vectors and Limits.
Quick Tip:- Your basics must be strong and concepts clear. Practice as much as you can to understand how to apply the concepts you have learned as well as to improve your speed. Take JEE mock tests such as that available on and also solve previous years’ exam papers.
CBSE Board Examination Students.
Get in touch with your school and tuition teachers to learn as to which topics are important in different subjects. In case, you do not get the desired help from these sources then you can also get in touch with telephonic counsellors who have been made available by the CBSE. The toll free number available on the CBSE website will connect you to one of the learned counsellors out there. These counselors help you cope up with the examination stress and also provide information about the topics that are important from examination point of view.
Besides focusing on the important topics, it is suggested to solve CBSE sample papers and take mock tests to know how much you have grasped and what is it that you need to brush up on.
Lastly, have faith in yourself and stay determined. Good Luck!

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