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Now the class XII board exams being cancelled, time to think about competitive exams seriously. Smart work, patience, and perseverance are needed to crack IIT JEE and much more when you have less time for preparation. To get ideas and techniques to crack IIT JEE 2022, We suggest you few hacks to crack it. So, hence few hacks and a study plan are required to help minimize the problems. These tricks at a miniature level with proper guidance from experts can help you clear IIT-JEE 2021 also.

Before preparing any exam, you must know everything about it. This is very important to understand the syllabus well and better. Start practicing as per the weightage of each chapter.

Physics Syllabus  
Topics Weightage
Kinematics 2%
Gravitation 2%
Electromagnetic Waves 3%
Work Energy Power 4%
Electromagnetic Induction 4%
Physics and Measurement 4%
Properties of Solid and Liquid 4%
Atoms and Nuclei 5%
Current Electricity 6%
Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism 6%
Laws of Motion 7%
Rotational Motion 9%

Thermodynamics 10%
Electrostatics 11%
Optics 11%
Oscillations and Waves 12%
Chemistry Syllabus  
Topics Weightage
Principles Related to Practical Chemistry 1%
Atomic Structure 2%
Polymers 2%
Chemical Kinetics 2%
Biomolecules 2%
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties 1%
General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Metals 2%
D and F block elements 1%
Some Basic Concepts in Chemistry 2%
Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen 2%
Hydrocarbons 2%
Organic Compounds Containing Halogens 2%
Surface Chemistry 3%
Redox reactions and electrochemistry 4%
Coordination Compounds 5%
p-block elements 5%
Solutions 5%
Purification Characterization Organic Compounds 3%

Chemical Thermodynamics 5%
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure 5%
S-block elements 5%
Equilibrium 6%
States of Matter 7%
Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry 9%
Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen 11%
Mathematics Syllabus  
Topics Weightage
Binomial Theorem 1%
Logarithm 1%
Inverse Trigonometry 2%
Differential Equations 2%
Straight Lines 3%
Permutation and Combinations 3%
Application of Derivatives 3%
Application of Integrals 3%
Matrices and Determinants 4%
Limits and Continuity 4%
Complex Numbers 5%
3D Geometry 5%
Sequence and Series 5%

Vector Algebra 5%
Conic Sections 5%
Relations and Functions 5%
Circles 6%
Probability 7%
Quadratic Equations 7%
Trigonometry 8%
Integrals 8%
Derivatives 8%

IIT JEE Preparation strategies (Subject wise)

Tips for Physics

Physics Preparation is based on 4 important pillars.

Without any one of them, IIT-JEE would be a challenge.

Concept – Contrary to maths and chemistry, physics requires a very deep understanding of the subject. Questions in JEE Advanced are always based on very untouched or novel ideas that are not easily found in regular study materials or previous question papers. The only way to have a good hold on concepts is to practice, but not just any practice. A slow start, covering all the basics, and then a gradual inclination towards the serious concepts.

Challenge- You need to sit on a challenging question, sometimes for hours until you yourself find a solution to it. Obviously this requires an experienced mentor who knows a students limits and can guide him through the various stages of challenging questions. Not everyone can handle all kinds of questions, so you might get stuck on something much out of your league and precious time will be lost. So in short Don’t try this at home. It can only be done under a mentorship.

Practice- Just like Maths, this subject too requires at least 500 questions per chapter. Usually students just ask doubts or look for a solution after  1–2 attempts of a total of less than 5 minutes. In these cases, it has become easier to find solutions online and everything seems well and good until you fail in the real paper. The reason of failure is not doing smart work. Smart work means discovering solutions, not just knowing it. Coz that’s the kind of Exam you are fighting for.

Self-Evaluation- The right platform will allow you to evaluate yourself in the deepest sense.


Tips for Chemistry

Organic Chemistry takes some time to understand. But once you understand it thoroughly enough, 40% of the paper is done. In organic chemistry most important things to look at is, GOC, Isomerism, Reaction mechanism to start with followed by carbonyl compounds, bio molecules and polymers. These are some important chapters not to miss at all.

Once you complete organic chemistry, you can start giving your time towards Physical Chemistry as it can be done logically through formulae. Most important chapters to look for will be electrochemistry, colloids and thermodynamics.

Here for practicing organic and physical, whatever question bank you have for a given chapter do it in instalments with small gaps in between so that you are doing one chapter for a reasonably longer period which means things will be stored in long term memory.

Now most people ignore inorganic chemistry, saying it to be boring or difficult to memorise but if you ask me or for that matter any JEE qualifier, it’s an undoubted fact that inorganic is a very scoring section if you know precisely where to read from and how much to remember. When it comes to books one should go through

NCERT text books line by line, along with one’s own made class notes, followed by solving NCERT Exemplar and then one can go through previous Mains and advanced questions.

Tips for Mathematics


How to Prepare Maths for JEE


Aspiring to crack JEE but find preparing for Mathematics difficult? Here are some steps that you can follow to prepare for the math section in JEE.


1. A deep understanding of the mathematical concept and mathematical equations is important.


2. Don’t try to memorize all formulae. Filter out the unnecessary formulae. Being able to derive them is what that matters. Get the necessary formulas into your brain as you apply them to related questions. Please do know the limitations of the formula.


3. Problems solving can be broken down into two types:


a. Learning Oriented


b. Exam Oriented


4. There are some standard ways to solve some questions. Try to figure it out.


Finally, believe in yourself. The papers may seem difficult to crack. However, you need to motivate yourself and keep moving forward. Preparing and cracking a national-level examination is not an easy task. Therefore, you need to stay motivated to pursue the task with all your mind, soul, and strength.



Tips to Crack IIT JEE 2022

VIGYAS Coaching – You can go for one-year coaching once you have decided to crack IIT JEE after class 12th. It is a well-planned program and it will help you to evaluate where you and your understanding lies and also guide you through the entire course work progressively and also in revising quickly.

If you take 1-year coaching, this will train you with your whole syllabus but relatively at a faster pace than the 2-year batch. Once you join Vigyas for coaching, you will be mentored and guided by experts and get advice from IIT alumni who will help you to get a head start. Get online assistance also for your studies.

Revision- As your examination preparation has only 1 year left; you will not have that much time for revision. Try to finish learning the chapters in 8 months and start the revision process after that. Time Management is also a core important part of preparation along with accuracy.

Different notebooks for theory and practical- Maintain various sets of notebooks for theory and practice; it will help you to revise better.

  • Do not be distracted. Make a schedule and follow it every day without failing.
  • Never think about easy ways. Make sure you solve doubts, ask questions and clear them to experts whenever you feel you require it.

All the best with your preparation strategy for JEE!

  • Eat a healthy and safe diet and hydrate yourself by drinking water at regular intervals. You do not have the patience, time, and energy to waste, your energy should only be used for the preparation of JEE.
  • Take breaks in small intervals as in exercise or meditate or go for a small walk. Try to keep yourself happy.
  • Develop formulae sheets when you study the core concepts.
  • Revise tricky and difficult questions as many times as you can.
  • Practice time management of time during the exam
  • Work smarter and harder because it is really important in this period of time.
  • Practise in the areas that you’re weak in. To get a knowledge of the concept, practice back-to-back and stay updated.
  • Self-evaluating regularly as per your comfort is necessary
  • Trust yourself

These tips and tricks are tried and well tested by many students. If you follow them, no obstacle can stop you from achieving your goal. For more information and guidance related to the IIT JEE examination, contact VIGYAS.

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