IIT JEE 2023 Preparation Strategy, Study Plan, Online Coaching

IIT JEE 2023 Preparation.

This is a preparation guide for IIT JEE 2023 aspirants. Here we will cover JEE preparation tips, strategy, study plan and all other important things to keep in mind to crack JEE Main and JEE Advanced 2023 examination.

IIT JEE 2023 Preparation [Table of contents]

How to Start Preparing for IIT JEE 2023?

At the start of JEE preparation, you can focus on learning time management, discipline, following a routine, and clearing basic concepts.

  • Start a habit to study every day. With time you will be able to study for long hours without losing concentration.
  • Build up your interest in all three subjects - Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
  • Give up mugging and lay emphasis on understanding concepts and applying them on problems.
  • Work on your calculations in terms of accuracy and speed. Try to be accurate as well as fast. This needs practice.
  • Improve your analytical skills. Try to solve the same problem with different methods.

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IIT JEE 2023 Preparation Strategy in Class 12

IIT JEE preparation in class 12 depends on how you studied in class 11 for JEE. If you have covered all the topics and chapters of class 11, you can start studying class 12 topics.

If you have wasted your 11th standard, then start JEE 2023 preparation with your missed, weakest and important chapters of JEE class 11 syllabus. In class 12, your priority must be time management. Divide your time of week into 70% of your extra study time (i.e. other than the coaching) in class 12th stuff and 30% in class 11th stuff right from the beginning to get your backlogs clear well within time. Make sure that you don’t stay behind in your current topics in the class in order to cover your backlogs.

IIT JEE 2023 Study Plan

  • Don’t create a study timetable right away. Set small achievable goals and gradually increase them over time. Once you are in routine and built a habit of consistent studies, then you can make a final timetable for JEE.
  • Be consistent. Daily study is the most important skill you need to crack JEE.
  • Stay away from social networking sites and other distractions as much as you can.
  • Follow a JEE study material but don't undermine the NCERTs. They will cover the basics of all the subjects.
  • When studying a topic, read the theory part first and then practice problems. It’s the way to understand concepts in a better way. If you are not able to solve a problem, read the theory again and again till you get the feel of the topic.
  • Practice questions a lot. Never ever look at examples or read them. Solve every time. Though everything appears simple, never let the book solve a question for you.
  • Make problem solving a habit. If you’re stuck on a harder problem, start solving easier problems. When small problems get resolved, it gives you a feeling of being a winner and pushing you to do more!
  • Get all your doubts (small or silly) cleared from the teachers; do not keep them pending and piling up. [IIT qualified experienced teachers are available at the comfort of your home through JEE online courses].
  • Write notes, from the start of your preparation, for better revision before the tests. Make separate copies for 1) Theory points, notes, formulas. 2) Practicing questions.
  • Take your IIT JEE dreams seriously. Most students don’t. Take them serious enough to become amazing and move beyond mediocre. Get coaching and guidance. You’ll know when you’re ready for the next phase when you attract the right teacher to help you get there.
  • Very important point : Have a passion and self motivation to clear IIT JEE. Work hard and maintain consistency throughout your IIT JEE preparation.
  • Sleep well. A lack of sleep makes you sluggish and lazy. Ideally you need a minimum 7–8 hours of sleep to get active throughout the day.

Clearing JEE requires a lot of determination, dedication, theoretical in-depth knowledge, your keen interest in topics/ subjects and learning in a smart and efficient way.

Subject-wise Study Tips for IIT JEE 2023


  • Understanding the concepts and solving problems is the key to score well in JEE Physics. Learn the basics of the subject rather than memorizing the formulas. Be perfect with the concepts. It is a blunder to be able to solve problems without being clear about concepts. Numerical problems and conceptual questions, both are important for JEE.
  • Process of solving MCQs in Physics – Always read the theory, then solve all the questions solved by your teacher in class, then solve MCQs from coaching modules, then solve any other book. Directly solving MCQs will not clear all your concepts.
  • Practice questions regularly (setting the time limit as an alarm). This will increase your speed of solving, analyzing power and make you fond of concepts and at some time the formulas as well.
  • Be careful about the signs (-ve and +ve) and units while solving Physics problems. Strictly avoid calculation mistakes.


  • Don’t start to memorize everything in Chemistry. Focus on understanding the fundamental concepts, then it will be easier to memorize other stuff.
  • Write all formulas and equations in your notes after completing a chapter.
  • Solve problems from NCERT, coaching material. While practicing questions, make sure you understand each step of the problem and why it is necessary.
  • In Organic Chemistry, study all reaction mechanisms and remember all named reactions. Make notes of each chapter.


  • Practice, practice, practice, is the only key for Mathematics.
  • The more you study and practice Math, the more it develops your brain and increases your problem solving ability.
  • Give special attention to calculations and time management.
  • The concepts and formulas should be at your fingertips. Know every shortcut and formula possible.

What is the change in the syllabus of the JEE Advanced 2023? Are there any topics included or excluded?

Changes in the JEE Advanced Math New Syllabus 2023

The key changes in the JEE Advanced Math new syllabus from 2023 is the addition of two chapters - 1) Sets, Relations and Functions, 2) Statistics.

A few topics has been added to the below chapters :

  • Algebra : Statement of fundamental theorem of algebra.
  • Matrices : Elementary row and column transformations, adjoint of a matrix.
  • Probability : Random experiment, sample space, different types of events (impossible, simple, compound), total probability.
  • Analytical Geometry : Three dimensions - Distance between two points, skew lines, shortest distance between two lines, angle between two lines, angle between two planes, angle between a line and the plane, coplanar lines.

Topics Removed (Excluded) From JEE Advanced 2023 Math Syllabus

  • Trigonometry : Relations between sides and angles of a triangle, sine rule, cosine rule, half-angle formula and the area of a triangle.
  • Differential Calculus : Real valued functions of a real variable.

Check out the new revised syllabus of JEE Advanced Maths.

Changes in the JEE Advanced Physics New Syllabus 2023

The changes in Physics syllabus includes addition of Electromagnetic Waves and some new topics in the below chapters :

  • General Physics : Young’s modulus - elasticity of the material, Surface tension of water by capillary rise and effect of detergents.
  • Mechanics : Forced and damped oscillation (in one dimension), Kepler’s law, Geostationary orbits, drops, bubbles, Modulus of rigidity and bulk modulus.
  • Thermal Physics : Second law of thermodynamics, reversible and irreversible processes, Carnot engine and its efficiency.
  • Optics : Diffraction due to a single slit. Polarization of light, plane polarized light; Brewster's law, Polaroids.

Check out the new revised syllabus of JEE Advanced Physics.

JEE Advanced Chemistry New Syllabus 2023

Check out the new revised syllabus of JEE Advanced Chemistry.

IIT JEE 2023 Syllabus [JEE Main + JEE Advanced (Revised)]

Topic-wise syllabus for JEE Main 2023: JEE Main Syllabus.

New revised syllabus for JEE Advanced 2023: JEE Advanced Revised Syllabus.

Best Books for IIT JEE 2023 Preparation

See the list of books recommended by IITians and teachers for JEE 2023 preparation : Books for JEE.

Along with the above reference books, clear basics from NCERT and your school textbooks of Physics, Chemistry and Math. The better alternative to books is to study from a dedicated JEE study material.

How to Manage JEE 2023 Preparation with Board Exams?

Don't worry, JEE syllabus covers almost all your class 11th and 12th topics/concepts of Physics, Chemistry and Maths. You will be well prepared for school board exams when you study for JEE. If you put your best effort, stay focused and avoid distractions, you can score great marks in both JEE and board exams.

Master both long theoretical answers and fast calculation based problems. You have to be flexible between solving questions for board exams and JEE. Board exams have a step-wise marking scheme, you need to write in points, flowcharts and diagrams are part of the answers. While in JEE, you just want the answer in the shortest possible time with rough calculations.

Solve sample papers before/ during the board exam time. Either during board exams or a month before the exams (as per your preparation level), you need to solve sample papers of your board to practice subjective questions and answers.

"Board exams basically focus on knowledge (more theoretical) whereas JEE basically focuses on the application of knowledge. So when you acquire the knowledge with clear concepts, it will take care of your board exams. For JEE, you further require lots of practice and fast problem solving skills using various tricks." - Abhijeet Mahato (IIT-Kharagpur).

Things to Avoid in IIT JEE 2023 Preparation

  • Procrastination and Backlogs : Procrastination is a lazy habit, you don’t need this in JEE preparation. Finishing work and assignments on time is a habit which helps in achieving your goal. Clear your doubts as soon as possible.
  • Excessive TV/ Social media/ Video games: Avoid anything that can take your precious time, JEE preparation needs your focus and dedication, rest of the things can wait.
  • Reading too many books: Quality matters more than quantity. The number of books you read is not proportional to your chances of clearing JEE. You need to be aware of what’s in the syllabus and avoid questions which are above the exam level.
  • Only mugging and not understanding concepts: Don’t mug up things. Avoid cramming unless it’s some chemistry part or basic formulas.
  • Feeling depressed due to low scores in tests: You will improve with each test. Monthly tests or practice tests are just to analyse your understanding and learning. It’s a way to learn from your mistakes.
  • Depending only on self study: There is a reason why students who clear JEE give due credit to coaching and teachers for their performance. Teachers in coaching have many years of experience in preparing students for JEE. They will resolve your doubts, correct your mistakes and give you the right direction to achieve results.

JEE Main 2023 Examination - Questions that Students are Asking

JEE Main 2023 will be conducted 2 times or 4 times?

JEE Main 2023 will be conducted 2 times only, probably in April and June.

When will the JEE Main 2023 first session be conducted?

JEE Main 2023 first session is likely to be conducted in April.

Will 75% criteria be removed for the JEE 2023?

Yes, as done in 2020, 2021 and 2022, NTA and the education ministry may also remove the 75% criteria for JEE 2023.

Are there any changes in the JEE 2023 syllabus?

Yes, there are some changes in the JEE Advanced 2023 syllabus. However, the JEE Main 2023 syllabus is expected to be the same as previous years.

Will there be any change in the exam pattern of JEE 2023?

JEE 2023 exam pattern is expected to be the same. In JEE Main 2023, each subject will have 20 Multiple choice questions and 10 Numerical value type questions (candidates have to attempt any 5 questions out of 10).

Should I take Coaching for IIT JEE 2023?

Yes, you should join coaching for IIT JEE 2023. For school preparation, you may manage by yourself, but for JEE Main and Advanced, you need some kind of guidance and monitoring. Teachers in coaching will help you a lot in the preparation of IIT JEE. In coaching classes, you can ask your doubts, queries, study methods or anything that is getting you trouble.

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