Jee Main 2017 Strategy-important topics/ study plan

By average, Number of questions asked in past JEE Main / Advanced Physics papers:

  • Current Electricity: 8 questions each year
  • Electrostatics: 4 questions each year
  • Optics: 3 questions each year
  • Heat and Thermodynamics:  2 questions each year
  • Law of Motion: 2 questions each year
  • Waves: 2 questions each year
  • Simple Harmonic Motion: 2 questions each year
  • Very important topics for JEE/ read together topics
    • Gravitation & Electrostatics – conceptually similar
    • Current Electricity & Heat Transfer –conceptually similar
    • SHM & Sound/String waves
    • Ray Optics and Wave optics
    • Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current
  • Double bonanza-Both Physics and chemistry chapters to be studied together
    • HEAT & Thermodynamics, States of matter- 
    • Atomic structure, modern physics
  • Expect atleast one question from Measurement of Errors/ units & dimensions /Vectors ( – Easy chapter. Also Knowing correct units help to eliminate options in MCQs and vectors are essentialy to know and helpful in maths as well)
  • Atleast one question from Kinematics/Newton’s Laws of Motion/Friction
  • Twisted section-
  • Centre of Mass, Momentum and Collision
  • Rotational Dynamics
  • Fluid Mechanics – Bernoulli’s principle can be easily twisted to ask some tricky questions.
  • Magnetism
  • Mix & match/EASY/direct/Formula based/ general questions-Study atleast once and note down important formulas and tricks.
    • Circular Motion 
    • Elasticity  
    • Calorimetry & Thermal Expansion
    • Semiconductors and Electronic Devices 
    • Communication systems

 

Chemistry is the most scoring subject of JEE.
1.Chemical Bonding & the periodic table/ redox reactions / mole concept – most important and to be studied together
2. Carbonyl Compounds & their derivatives/ alkanes/ aromatic systems– best chapters to master organic chemistry

By average Number of questions asked in previous year JEE Main / Advanced Chemistry papers:

  • Transition Element and Coordination Chemistry – 3 questions are asked each year on an average in JEE
  • Periodic Table and Representative Elements – 3 questions
  • Gaseous State – 2 questions
  • Atomic structure – 2 questions
  • Amines – 2 questions
  • Solution and Colligative Properties – 2 questions
  • General Organic Chemistry – 2 questions
  • Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives – 1 question
  • Hydrocarbons – 1 question
  • Carbohydrate, Amino Acids and Polymer – 1 question
  • Other high Weightage chapters are
  • Alcohols, Phenols, ethers
  • P block

By average Number of questions asked in previous year JEE Main / Advanced Maths papers:

  • Coordinate Geometry – 7 Questions were asked on an average every year in the JEE
  • Continuity/ Differentiability, Limits – 3 Questions
  • Complex No., Quadratic Equation – 3 Questions each
  • Integral Calculus – 3 Questions
  • Sequence and Series – 2 Questions
  • Trigonometry – 2 Questions

 

  • Inverse Trigonometric Functions – Weightage: 2%
  • Circles and Family of Circles – Weightage: 6%
  • Applications of Derivative &
  • Limit and Continuity – Weightage: 6%
  • Matrices and Determinants – Weightage: 4%
  • Straight Lines and Pair of Straight Lines – Weightage: 2%
  • 3-D Geometry  – Weightage: 5% – formula based
  • Probability and Statistics  – Weightage: 7%. 
  • Vector Algebra  – Weightage: 5%
  • Integration  – Weightage: 8% (Definite + Indefinite )
  • Complex Numbers  – Weightage: 5%
  • Parabola  – Weightage: 3%
  • Trigonometric Ratios  – Weightage: 3%
  • Theory of Equations  – Weightage: 5%
  • Sets, Relations and Functions  – Weightage: 4%
  • Differentiation  – Weightage: 2%
  • Permutation and Combination  (study with probability)
  • Hyperbola  & Ellipse  – Weightage: 4%

 

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