How to Crack IIT JEE Exam in 2-3 Months? IIT JEE Study Plan

By | Last updated on January 20th, 2020

Tips to crack IIT JEE in 2-3 months.

JEE aspirant – “What is the perfect study plan to crack IIT JEE in 2-3 months?”

I would have always loved to have someone who could guide me during my JEE preparation. In answering the question, I’ve considered you a beginner. Any sort of prior preparation would be a bonus.

How to Crack IIT JEE Exam in 2-3 Months?

Here are the tips to crack IIT JEE exam in last few months.

  1. Firstly, pile up your previous milestones and achievements into an aura of colossal confidence.
  2. Starting with the basics, try to grasp the concepts through reading text and following illustrations simultaneously.
  3. Keep yourself thorough with the concepts with ample practice hours.
  4. Don’t stress yourself. Give yourself the liberty of 10 minutes of break between every 90 minute span.
  5. Keep making apt notes. They shall help you during the last 15 days or so.
  6. Solve the previous years’ questions of JEE.
  7. Follow standard books. I would suggest the Cengage series and the DCP series.
  8. Your study period should be at least 8-10 hours per day because you have to get through probably the most competitive examination of the modern times.
  9. Keep yourself aloof from social network as much as you can. If possible, uninstall all the social networking apps.
  10. Calm yourself down during the JEE paper. Brain fade is the last bane any aspirant can afford.

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How to Crack IIT JEE Exam in 2-3 Months? IIT JEE Study Plan was last modified: January 20th, 2020 by Anubhav Deep
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Anubhav ia a Metallurgical and Materials Engineering student at IIT Kharagpur. Anubhav is a Physics enthusiast, interested in exploring the in-depths of Science. A thinker, he believes in actions meant for the greater good.