Iiit Preparation time Table
|Time of the day||Activity||Study Type||Topics Covered||Total Hours|
|7:45 – 8:00||Wake up and freshen up/prepare for studying|
|8:00 – 10:30||Study||New topics (learning)||E.g. The chapter on magnetism||2.5 hours|
|10:30 – 11:00||Breakfast/Newspaper|
|11:00 – 2:00||Study||Continuing the previously done topic||E.g. Strengthening concepts of trigonometry||3 hours|
|2:00 – 3:30||Lunch and maybe sleeping for some time|
|3:30 – 6:00||Study||Mock Tests/ Previous Years’ Question Papers||Taking practice tests for 2-3 topics||2.5 hours|
|6:00 – 6:45||A short break, exercise, catch up with friends/ talk to friends over phone|
|6:45 – 8:45||Study||Finishing one complete topic||E.g. Attempting problems from a particular chapter/studying concepts||3 hours|
|8:45 – 9:30||Break, Dinner Or You could use this time for WhatsApp & Facebook|
|9:30 – 12:00||Study||Revise already studied topic/make plans for the next day the last 15 min.||E.g. Revise one chapter and make a record of all the chapters revised till date/today.||2.5 hours|
|00.00 – 00:30||Unwind for some time. (I used to watch my favourite television series before sleeping. It really helped me relax)|
Timetable for JEE Main I Followed During College Days:
|7:30 am||Wake up and plan for the day|
|8:00 – 14:00||College hours (although I used to study for JEE even during my lectures whenever I found time for it)||Organic chemistry, maths, mugging formulae, etc.|
|2:15 – 3:00||Lunch break||Rest for some time|
|3:00 – 5:00||Study|
|5:00 – 6:00||Go for a walk, spend some time with friends (I used to play football, and it made my day literally)|
|6:00 – 6:30||Mug Formulas and equations||Revise|
|6:30 – 8:30||Study|
|8:30 – 9:15||Dinner+ Leisure|
|9:15 – 11:15||Study||New concepts|
|11:15 – 12:00||Buffer time for pending chapters|
|12:00 – 12:30||Plan for the next day|
|12:30 onwards||Sleep (Sometimes when I used to feel exhausted, I used to sleep early. So, Don’t torture yourself, it’s ok to let go sometimes.)|
How To Prepare For Iit Without Coaching
|Zone/Region||Self Study %||Coaching Institutes %|
SELF STUDY Vs. COACHING CLASSES
Yeah! For all you lazy students who don’t want to study their own, this one’s for you (pun intended). Well, on a serious note, coaching is not a bad idea at all for certain demanding subjects that involve technicalities.
- One of the best advantages of coaching is the interaction or networking with an enormous group of people, which can give you an edge over others in this competitive academic environment.
- Think about the proper revisions and practice you’ll be getting, which creates a solid foundation for examinations.
- Coaching classes keep you abreast of the syllabus changes or crucial information that may be not achievable with self-study. And with this drawback, most of the students keep lagging behind.
- You will be on a safe side because the classes are time-bound and provide good conceptual clarity along with ample study material.
- In coaching classes, you will always be competing with your peers. It will push you to do your best.
- Coaching classes give you a readymade plan. You don’t need to plan your studies as everything is taken care of. All you have to do is concentrate and study.
- What’s more? You can also get more clarity about which university to join with the help of coaching classes as they are in regular touch with higher education institutes.
How To Prepare For Iit Jee In Class 11
- Attend regular lectures (both 11th and 12th class lectures regularly)
- Pay attention to what is taught in the school for best IIT JEE Preparation.
- Give first priority to your personal mentor (school teachers) than offline coaching.
- Take your IIT JEE Preparation seriously. For expert tips and tricks.
Iit Preparation Books
S.No Book Author
1 Problems in physics A. A Pinsky
2 Concepts of Physica Vol I and II H.C.Verma
3 Fundamentals of Physics Halliday, Resnick & Walker
4 Problems in General Physics I.E. Irodov
How To Prepare For Iit Jee In One year
Prepare yourself to give one years of dedicated effort for IIT JEE. 2.Clear basic concepts: First finish your NCERT books as these books will create your base and you can learn the basics. Try to finish entire 11th + 12th NCERT books as soon as possible.
Iit Jee Preparation Tips By Toppers
Making it to the IIT has been my dream since childhood”, Animesh says while sharing his future plans of pursuing Computer Science and Engineering from IIT Bombay. The topper gives credit of his success to the coaching faculty who helped him in resolving complex and tricky problems in JEE Advanced successfully.
In this exclusive interview with Careers360, the Delhi topper shares his preparation strategy and tips to crack the coveted entrance test, for IIT aspirants who will be appearing in JEE 2017.
What is your overall and section-wise score in JEE Advanced 2016? How much did you score in JEE Main and class 12th board exam?
Answer : My overall score in JEE Advanced 2016 is 281 out of a total of 372. I secured 103, 96 and 82 in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry respectively. I scored 310 out of 360 in JEE Main 2016. In 12th board exam, I secured 94.2%.
Tell us something about your family. How was support from your parents?
Answer: My family has always been the greatest source of support. My father, who is an electrical engineer, got transferred to Madhya Pradesh, but my mother stayed with me in Delhi to motivate me during my JEE preparation. My father, who is my idol, helped me in studies too. I also have an elder sister, who is pursuing engineering from VIT Chennai. My family motivated me at all times during the ups and downs of my preparation phase.
What was your preparation strategy and routine study period for JEE Advanced?
Answer: I have been preparing rigorously for JEE Advanced 2016 for the last four years. I used to study for around 6-8 hours daily. Even if I sat down to study for only one hour, I made sure that I was 100% focused. For me, the duration of time spent on studies doesn’t make much of a difference, but focus does.
Do you think that a student can crack JEE Advanced without joining any coaching classes?
Answer: For sure, a student can qualify in JEE Advanced without taking help from coaching classes. In my view, sincere self-study is the key ingredient for success. If you are doing that, then you can definitely secure a seat in an IIT. All you need is dedicated efforts to achieve that goal.
Which subject was the easiest and which was the toughest according to you in JEE Advanced? How did you find the difficulty level of exam?
Answer: Although I scored the maximum marks in Physics section, but I found this section to be the toughest. The easiest section for me was Mathematics. Overall, the paper was very difficult and lengthy.
It was quite a busy preparation schedule for you. Could you find time to connect with your friends during your preparation?
Answer: No, I was not able to spend time with my friends during the preparation period.
Were you active on Facebook or any other social media platform? Did you turn to any recreational activity before appearing for JEE Advanced exam?
Answer: My busy schedule didn’t allow me to be active on any social media platform. As far as recreation is concerned, I used to play computer games, listen to songs and watch Hollywood & Bollywood movies in order to get stress-free.
Which is your preferred IIT and engineering branch?
Answer: I love programming. So, I want to pursue Computer Science and Engineering from IIT Bombay.
Please share your message for JEE aspirants who will be appearing for the entrance exam next year.
Answer: I would like to share that complete concentration and sincere dedication are required in order to secure a good rank in JEE Advanced. Any student, who is self-motivated to crack JEE Advanced, can achieve the goal of securing a seat in a prestigious IIT.
How To Prepare For Iit From Class 9
CBSE 2014-15 Math Syllabus for Class 9 and 10 covers:
NUMBER SYSTEMS (Real Numbers)
ALGEBRA (Polynomials, Linear Equations in 2 Variables, Quadratic Equations, Arithmetic Progressions)
GEOMETRY (Introduction to Euclid’s Geometry, Lines and Angles, Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Area, Circles, Constructions)
COORDINATE GEOMETRY (2D Lines)
(Areas, Surface Areas and Volumes, Areas related to Circles, Surface Areas and Volumes)
STATISTICS and PROBABILITY
TRIGONOMETRY (Introduction to Trigonometry, Trigonometric Identities, Heights and Distances)
Class 9 and Class 10 topics common with JEE Main Math Syllabus directly are as follows:
Trigonometry (especially Trigonometrical identities and Heights and Distances).
Class 9 and Class 10 topics common with JEE Main Physics Syllabus directly are as follows:
Force and Newton’s Laws
Work, Energy and Power
Properties of Solids and Liquids (Matter – Its Nature and Behaviour)
Electric Current, and Magnetic Effects of Current (extension from Effects of Current)
Optics (extension from Natural Phenomena)
Atoms and Nuclei (extension of Structure of an Atom)