The JEE Main 2023 dates will be announced soon by the National Testing Agency, NTA. Here are some expert tips and tricks to score well on the exam.
JEE Main 2023: Tick technically important subjects to score well
By India Today Web Desk: The dates for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2023 will be announced soon by the National Testing Agency (NTA). According to sources, the exam will be held in January and April 2023. If we believe the reports, the students have less than two months to go, and those who are serious about their ambitions have already started preparations.
With extremely high levels of competition between the aspirants, it is extremely important for students to know how to prepare in 2 months time.
Students must qualify and score well for the JEE Main which will allow them to gain entry into one of India’s most prestigious engineering colleges/institutions of their choice.
Candidates must invest a significant amount of effort and time in their exam preparation due to the comprehensive syllabus for the JEE Main. Best exam strategy, full understanding of the subject matter and sustained attention are required for JEE Main preparation.
JEE MAIN EXAM PATTERN
Understanding the exam pattern is vital for candidates as it leads to a smooth exam preparation process and provides a clear understanding of the grading schedule, distribution of questions, weight per section and exam duration. It is recommended that candidates are thorough with the exam pattern and structure so that they can make an appropriate and appropriate study plan according to their needs.
The JEE Main is divided into three types where JEE Paper 1 consists of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry while Paper 2A includes Mathematics, Aptitude and Drawing tests and Paper 2B consists of Mathematics, Aptitude and Planning based questions.
The exam pattern is similar to last year with a total of 90 questions and candidates must answer a total of 75 questions. The total number of points awarded is 300.
TOPICS IMPORTANT TOPICS
Properties of matter and fluid mechanics, electrostatics, semiconductors and communication system, electromagnetic induction and alternating current, beam optics, magnetic effects of current, laws of thermodynamics, current electricity, atomic structure in modern physics, mechanical energy, optics, modern physics, propagation of electromagnetic waves , fluids, electromagnetism, frequency, angular velocity, velocity gradient, ideal gas equation, angular frequency, magnetic flux, Faraday’s law of induction, and thermal stress and thermal load.
p block elements, coordination compounds, biomolecules and polymers, d and f block elements, chemical bonding and molecular structure, s block elements (alkali and alkaline earth metals) and hydrogen, electrochemistry, chemical kinetics, atomic structure and alkanes, alkenes and alkynes (Hydrocarbons ).
Trigonometric ratios, functions and identities, series and series (progressions), vector, permutation and combination, statistics, parabola, definite integration, circle, indefinite integration, binomial theorem, quadratic equations, angle measurement, angle between two lines, equations for a line in the space, limit of algebraic function, distance between two points, shortest distance between two lines, sectional formula, and relationship between set notation and truth table
By Saurabh Kumar, Chief Academic Officer (CAO), Vidyamandir Classes (VMC)