JEE Main Complete Guide 2022 : Tricks & Tips On How To Crack JEE Mains & Advanced Without Coaching

JEE Main Complete Guide 2022 : Tricks & Tips On How To Crack JEE Mains & Advanced Without Coaching

JEE Main Complete Guide 2022 : Tricks & Tips On How To Crack JEE Mains & Advanced Without Coaching

Preparing for JEE Main without coaching has always been a thought for students and some of them successfully manage to clear it as well. But after the Covid-19 Pandemic hit the entire world, preparation of entrance examinations like JEE Main without coaching became a top priority for students.

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Here in this article, you will get to know all you need to know about JEE Main Preparation by yourself without attending any Coaching. Although to crack JEE Main without coaching will surely require sincere effort and dedication from the student.

Competition in the field of engineering is fierce and everyone is aiming for the best. In such a competitive world, it gets essentially important to be prepared for what’s coming next. And the scarcity of resources such as not having coaching should definitely not hinder your preparation.

So, this article is divided into various sections showing different steps and strategies you need to follow for your JEE Main Preparation via Self-study.

Steps You Need to Follow for Your JEE Main Preparations Without Coaching are as Follows: 

Gather all relevant information about JEE Main: This is the first and foremost important step for your preparation. Gather all relevant information regarding JEE Main like the Latest exam pattern, Syllabus, relevant topics, Books, Exam Timeline, and more.

JEE MAIN Exam Pattern for Paper 1 (BE/B.Tech):

This year JEE Main Exam Pattern divided into two sections i.e., Section A and Section B. Students must remember that the preparation strategy is different in JEE Main and JEE Advanced. JEE Main requires speed and problem-solving skills while JEE Advanced requires a depth understanding of concepts.

Particulars B.Tech/BE
Mode of Examination Computer Based Test (CBT)
Exam Duration 3 hours (180 minutes)
Sections Section A: (MCQ’s) Physics Chemistry Mathematics Section B: (Numerical Based) Physics Chemistry Mathematics
Total number of questions 90 questions Section A: 20 questions from each subject. Section B: 10 questions from each subject. (candidates have to attempt any five questions out of 10 from Section B)
Type of question MCQ’s and Numerical Based
Negative Marking Section A: -1 will be deducted for every wrong answer (Only for MCQ’s) Section B: No Negative Marking
Language of Paper This Year JEE Main will be conducted in 13 regional languages. You can find the information regarding languages above.

 JEE MAIN Exam Pattern of Paper 1 (BE/B.Tech) in Detail:

Subject Distribution of Question Marks
Section A Section B
Mathematics 20 (MCQ’s) 10* (Numerical) 100
Physics 20 (MCQ’s) 10* (Numerical) 100
Chemistry 20 (MCQ’s) 10* (Numerical) 100
Total 90 questions 300 marks

Note: ‘*’ means that candidates have to attempt only 5 Numerical questions out of 10.

JEE MAIN Exam Pattern Marking Criteria for Paper 1 (BE/B.Tech):

Marking Scheme For MCQs For Numerical Value
Correct Answer             +4             +4
Incorrect Answer             -1             0
Unanswered             0             0

 Exam Timeline

JEE Main Application Form Released in Mid-December
Last Date to fill JEE Main Application Form Mid-January
JEE Main Admit Card Releases Tentatively 10 days Before Exam
JEE Main Examination Conducted in Two or more Sessions – Feb, March, April and May
NEET Result and Final Answer Key Tentatively 1st week of June

Keep Knowledge of all Important Topics for JEE Main Preparation:

Here below there are Important Topics listed for JEE Main Preparation in each of the 3 sections namely Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics respectively:

JEE Main Important Chapters & Topics for Physics 

Physics is one of the 3 sections in JEE Main and carries a weightage of 100 Marks in the NEET Question Paper. Below are the listed average number of questions that have been asked from the Important Topics of various Units and Chapters of Physics from Class 11th and Class 12th respectively.

Topics Number of Questions
Electromagnetics Induction; AC 1
Solids and Fluids 1
Waves 1
Work, Power and Energy 1
Gravitation 1
Simple Harmonic Motion 1
Unit, Dimension and Vector 1
Kinematics 1
Laws of motion 1
Centre Of Mass, Impulse and Momentum 1
Rotation 1
Magnetics 2
Heat and Thermodynamics 3
Current Electricity 3
Electrostatics 3
Optics 3
Modern Physics 5
Total 30

  *Please Note: The above estimation of a number of questions is based upon the number of questions asked from each Topic in JEE Main in previous years.

 JEE Main Important Chapters and Topics for Chemistry 

Chemistry is one of the 3 sections in JEE Main and carries a weightage of 100 Marks in the JEE Main Question Paper. Below are the listed average number of questions that have been asked from the Important Topics of various Units and Chapters of Chemistry from Class 11th and Class 12th respectively.

Topics Number of Questions
The periodic table and Representative Elements 3
Transition Elements and Coordination Chemistry 3
Atomic Structure 2
Nuclear Chemistry And Environment 2
Chemical Kinetics 1
Solid State And Surface Chemistry 2
Thermodynamics And Gaseous State 2
Chemical Bonding 2
Chemical And Ionic Equilibrium 2
Solution and Colligative Properties 1
Hydrocarbon 1
Aromatic Compounds 1
Redox Reaction 1
Mole Concept 1
Alkyl Halides 1
Carboxylic Acid and their Derivatives 1
Electrochemistry 1
General Organic Chemistry 1
Stereochemistry 1
Carbohydrates, amino acid and Polymers 1
Total 30

*Please Note: The above estimation of a number of questions is based upon the number of questions asked from each Topic in JEE Main in previous years.

JEE Main Important Chapters and Topics for Mathematics 

Mathematics is one of the 3 sections in JEE Main and carries a weightage of 100 Marks in the JEE Main Question Paper. Below are the listed average number of questions that have been asked from the Important Topics of various Units and Chapters of Mathematics from Class 11th and Class 12th respectively.

Topics Number of Questions
Matrices and Determinants 2
Vector Algebra 2
Three Dimensional Geometry 2
Complex numbers and Quadratic Equation 2
Limits, Continuity and Differentiability 3
Integral Calculus 3
Coordinate Geometry 5
Trigonometry 1
Statics and Dynamics 1
Statistics and Probability 2
Sets, Relation and Function 1
Sequences and Series 1
Binomial Theorem and Its Application 1
Differential Equation 1
Differential Calculus 1
Permutations and Combinations 1
Mathematical Reasoning 1
Total 30

*Please Note: The above estimation of a number of questions is based upon the number of questions asked from each Topic in JEE Main in previous years.

More significantly, students should read the syllabus thoroughly and it will help them gain valuable insights into the important chapters, topics, marking scheme, course objectives, and more. Furthermore, getting a complete overview of the syllabus will be helpful to develop a well-defined preparation strategy for the exam. Candidates can check the Syllabus here.

Have the best set of Books and Study Material for an effective JEE Main Preparation:

Having the right set of books and preparation material is one of the most important requirements for cracking any entrance exam like JEE Main which has such high competition. Not to forget, NCERT still remains the priority in terms of following a study material. More than 50 percent of questions in JEE Main are asked from NCERT. To understand the concepts, NCERT is the best choice. Hence, study NCERTs completely and then go for several reference books to strengthen your understanding of the given topic.

Books play an important role if you want to qualify JEE Main with a good score. And since you would be preparing for the exam without any coaching classes, choosing the right set of books becomes vital. Speak to seniors and candidates who have cracked JEE Main previously, about the best books for JEE Main. Go for books that are a good blend of theory, solved examples, and questions. Here are some of the important books that you can refer to for JEE Main preparation at your Home and School for all the 3 sections- Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

Recommended Books for Physics A proper understanding of the fundamentals is required by candidates while preparing for Physics for JEE Main. Fundamental principles are the key to solve the complex numerical in Physics. Special attention is to be given to Electromagnetic and Mechanics.

Book Name
NCERT Physics Class XI & Class XII
Concepts of Physics by H. C. Verma
Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick and Walker
Fundamental Physics by Pradeep
Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov  
Understanding Physics - DC Pandey (Arihant Publications)
Understanding physics - Freedman and Young
Problems in Physics - SS Krotov
"Problems in Physics" - A.A. Pinsky

Recommended Books for Chemistry

Chemistry for JEE Mains is subdivided into Organic, Inorganic, and Physical. Usually, Chemistry is considered to be easier but some students find it tedious because of the formulae, theory, and calculations.

Book Name
NCERT Chemistry textbooks for Class XI and XII    
Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon
ABC of Chemistry for Classes 11 and 12 by Modern    
Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee
Dinesh Chemistry Guide
Practise books by VK Jaiswal (Inorganic)   MS Chauhan (Organic) and       N Awasthi (Physical)
“Advanced Problems In Physical Chemistry For Competitive Examination” – Neeraj Kumar
“Inorganic Chemistry”-  Cengage
“Pradeep's Objective Chemistry Vol. I & II for JEE Main and JEE Advanced” - Pradeep

Recommended Books for Mathematics

Mathematics for JEE Main is often considered the most challenging subject. To be able to crack the JEE Main exam, aspirants need to have a better understanding of concepts and also thoroughly know the theorems.

Books
“Objective Mathematics” - R D Sharma
Plane Trigonometry by S L Loney
Algebra by Dr. S K Goyal Arihant Publications
Differential Calculus by Amit M Agarwal (Arihant Publications)
The Elements Of Coordinate Geometry by S L Loney
Integral Calculus by Amit M Agarwal (Arihant Publications)   "Coordinate Geometry for IIT-JEE" - S K Goyal
"Calculus and Analytic Geometry" - Thomas and Finney

"For Physics I followed HC Verma, for Chemistry I followed Pradeep and the modules given by my coaching and for Mathematics I followed Rd Sharma. NCERT books are good, but some concepts need to be understood in detail.” – Saket Jha, 100 percentile in JEE Main February Session "NCERT Textbooks and NCERT Lab Manual are very important for JEE Main Preparation. Besides that, I followed Physics Galaxy books for Physics preparations. For Chemistry I did MS Chauhan, Neeraj Kumar and VK Jaiswal.” – Mridul Sharma, 100 percentile in JEE Main March Session

"I focused a lot on NCERT. NCERT books contain many gems that have to be discovered with a thorough reading. Please don’t dismiss them as “easy books”.” - Siddhant Mukherjee, 100 percentile scorer in JEE Main February Session

"I studied NCERT books and also studied some books like physics books by HC Verma, Shashi Bhushan Tiwari; chemistry books by MS Chouhan, Cengage publication, Neeraj Kumar, Narendra Avasthi and in maths only NCERT books.” – Rohit Kumar, 100 percentile scorer in JEE Main March Session

 Attempt the Best Mock Tests and correctly analyze your preparation: Giving the Right Mock Tests at the Right Time and in the Right amount is the key to success during JEE Main Preparation. It’s always good to analyze your Preparation regularly and know your stand among the competition at regular intervals as this is a Competitive examination and the best way to do the same is to check your performance in popular mock tests that are available online.


 

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