JEE 2021 : Bansal Classes  Chapterwise Full Study Material(PCM)

In this article, we are providing the latest Bansal Classes Chapterwise Study Material for Physics, Chemistry, and Maths which are very Crisp to understand and Helps in these end times. Following are the Chapterwise Material With their respective links:

Topic Name  Download
Alcohol, Phenol Ethers Click Here
Aromatic Hydrocarbons Click Here
Atomic Structure Click Here
Biomolecules Click Here
Carbonyl Compounds Click Here
Carboxylic Acid & Derivatives Click Here
Chemical Bonding Click Here
Chemical Equilibrium Click Here
Chemical Kinetics Click Here
Coordination Compound Click Here
D & F block elements Click Here
Electrochemistry Click Here
Gaseous State Click Here
GOC Click Here
Halogen Derivatives Click Here
Hydrocarbons Click Here
Hydrogen Compounds Click Here
Ionic Equilibrium Click Here
Isomerism Click Here
Metallurgy Click Here
Mole Concept Click Here
Nitrogen Compounds Click Here
Nomenclature Click Here
P block 1 Click Here
P Block 2 Click Here
Polymers Click Here
Purification & Characterisation Click Here
Qualitative Analysis Click Here
Radioactivity Click Here
S Block Click Here
Solid State Click Here
Solutions Click Here
Surface Chemistry Click Here
Thermochemistry Click Here
Thermodynamics Click Here
Additional Topics Click Here
Application of Derivative Click Here
Area Under Curves Click Here
Binomial Theorem Click Here
Complex Number Click Here
Conic Sections Click Here
Definite Integration Click Here
Determinant & Matrices Click Here
Differential Equation Click Here
Indefinite Integration Click Here
Inverse Trigonometric Functions Click Here
Limit, Continuity, and Differentiability Click Here
Logarithm Click Here
Methods of Differentiation Click Here
Permutation & Combination Click Here
Probability Click Here
Progression & Series Click Here
Quadratic Equation Click Here
Relation & Function Click Here
Solutions of Triangle Click Here
Straight Line Click Here
Trig Phase 1 (Compound Angles) Click Here
Trig Phase 2 (Trig Equations) Click Here
Vector 3D Click Here
Capacitance Click Here
Circular Motion & WPE Click Here
COM, Momentum & Collision Click Here
Current Electricity Click Here
Elasticity, Thermal Expansion, Calorimetry Click Here
Electrostatics Click Here
EMI and Alternating Current Click Here
Fluid Mechanic, Surface Tension, Viscosity Click Here
Geometrical Optics Click Here
Gravitation Click Here
Heat Transfer Click Here
Kinematics Click Here
Kinetic Theory of Gases & Thermodynamics Click Here
Magnetic effects of current & Magnetism Click Here
Modern Physics Click Here
NLM & Friction Click Here
Rotation Click Here
Units, Dimensions Vectors Click Here
Wave Optics Click Here


11 February, 2021, 12:34 pm

JEE 2021 : 10 Things To Avoid During JEE Preparation

JEE is one of the toughest entrance exams in this country. It is your gateway to the prestigious engineering colleges of this country. Typically JEE preparations span across two years, but students often get confused during this period and make different mistakes that can harm their final preparation.

On the other hand, these mistakes are easily avoidable with care and proper planning. Keeping this in mind, here is a list of things to avoid during JEE Main preparation.

10 Things That a JEE Aspirant Should Avoid During Preparation:

1. Not having a Timetable

A timetable has multiple benefits. It not only allows you to study in an organized manner but also brings discipline to your life. When you are preparing for such a competitive exam, you need to follow a particular schedule to accommodate every subject and cover every topic in the syllabus.

Therefore, one of the things to avoid during JEE Mains preparation is not to follow a timetable. Doing so will make your study unorganized and increase the chances of missing out on important topics. It ultimately hampers your final exam preparations.

Here is a Sample Timetable That You can Use to Create Your Own



7-7:15 am

Preparing your study plan for the day

7:15-9 am

Going through the topic for the day

9-9:30 am


9:30-12:30 pm

A deep study of the respective topic

12:30-1:30 pm

Lunch break

1:30-4:30 pm

Solving a practice set/ giving a Mock test

4:30-5 pm


5-7 pm

Analyzing the test results and marking the mistakes

7-7:30 pm


7:30-10 pm

Studying the mistakes of the test and eliminating doubts

10-10:30 pm

Dinner break

10:30-11:30 pm

Revision of the topic you have studied



2. Referring to Too Many Books

One of the vital things to avoid in JEE Mains 2020 preparation is reading from multiple books. Every book has its distinctive way to approach a topic and provides a different point of view. If you refer to multiple books for a single topic, it may confuse you. You will feel puzzled and start wondering which explanation is the right one for you.

The better thing to do here is, refer to 1-2 books for studying, and for practice refer to 4-5 books. Also, if you can find any authentic online sources, you can rely on them as well to improve your notes. Additionally, you can discuss with your teachers or your seniors to seek assistance regarding the books to follow.

3. Neglecting the Basics

You may have purchased a handful of books and study materials for JEE preparations, but if you are not aware of the fundamentals of every topic, it will all go in vain. Without ample knowledge about the basic concept of a chapter, it will be difficult for you to comprehend its advanced concepts as well. 

Thus, one of the top 5 things to avoid during JEE Main preparation is neglecting the elementary ideas of a particular chapter. The ideal thing to do here is to learn the logic behind every formula, theory, scientific laws, etc. JEE exams require you to have an in-depth knowledge of every topic, to answer the questions properly.

4. Focusing on a Chapter for Too Long

Another mistake that JEE aspirants tend to make during their preparation is wasting too much time on one topic. There are more than 50 chapters to prepare for both JEE Mains and Advanced. So, if you are struggling with one topic, leave it aside and move on to the next one.

If you devote too much time to a topic, and still did not manage to comprehend it, you will end up wasting a lot of valuable time. An effective way to counter this problem is by marking the topics that you find difficult. Prepare them once, and try to mark some critical points, and during your final preparation, only go through these points. 

Instead, you should devote more time to the chapters you are comfortable with and try to cover them well.

5. Opting for Speed, Not Accuracy

Among the top 6 things you should not do for IIT JEE preparation, is focusing on your speed instead of accuracy. This is a common mistake among JEE aspirants where they fail to mark the right answers in search of speed.

You may feel that if you do not answer faster, you will not be able to attempt all the questions. Instead, you should know that accuracy is the key for you here. Since JEE Mains and Advanced exam structure include negative marks; thus, answering accurately is very important. Otherwise, you will lose marks, rather than scoring.

6. Giving Up Your Hobbies

Another important thing to avoid during JEE Main preparation is giving up on your hobbies. You may feel tempted to invest that time into your studies as well, but try not to do that. You can reduce that time, but giving it up will not help your cause.

If you spend some time doing the things you love, it will act as a stress buster. Since JEE preparation demands extreme focus and determination, you may feel exhausted at times. In that period if you spend an hour or two on your hobbies, it will release the pressure.

7. Neglecting Your Health

JEE preparation demands a lot from you, both physically and mentally. If you cannot stay healthy during this period, it will hamper your preparation. A common mistake that students make during this period is to sacrifice their sleep thinking it will give them more time to study.

However, the truth is quite the opposite. If you do not get adequate sleep every day, it will ultimately take a toll on your health. Our brain needs rest to function properly, so be sure to sleep for 6 -7 hours every day.

Along with that, you must maintain a proper diet during this period. Try to refrain from consuming junk food as much as possible, and eat nutritious food.

8. Not Analysing the Test Papers

Another common mistake that a large section of JEE aspirants makes is that they do not analyze their exam results. If you are giving a mock test or solving practice sets, it is vital to evaluate your performance after the test.

Doing so will help you understand your mistakes and identify the areas you need to improve.

9. Taking Too-Much Pressure

Typically, students take too much pressure during their JEE preparation. This stems from the nervousness regarding the question paper and how to answer quickly yet correctly. Moreover, family and social pressure also play a part here. It is also one of the significant things to avoid during JEE Main preparation.

Therefore, try not to worry about this pressure and focus on your study. It may be hard for you to adjust to all the comments and suggestions, but try not to think about them too much and have faith in your hard work.

10. Don’t Think Self-Study is Enough

Another vital mistake that JEE candidates make during their preparation is by opting for only self-study. It may be a great idea when you have completed your entire JEE syllabus. However, if you only opt for this idea from the beginning, it may not be a good idea.

In case of any doubts or if you need further guidance on a topic, an expert can provide you with the correct support. Apart from your mentors, you can seek help from online teaching platforms as well.

The Final Word

Yes, you have aimed to clear IIT-JEE this year, but even if you fail, it is not the end of the world for you. You should know that you can reappear for this again next year. Moreover, apart from the IITs, there are other good colleges in this country as well, so your aspiration to become an engineer will not end here.

Lastly, instead of panicking, you should focus on the things to avoid during JEE Main preparation as mentioned above, and prepare accordingly. Also, remember your hard work and dedication can always fulfill your dreams.

Good Luck!


10 February, 2021, 11:45 am

IIT JEE 2021 : Most Expected Chemistry MCQs With Solutions

JEE Main 2021 exam dates have been confirmed, and the Phase 1 exam will be conducted from February 23 to 26 2021. So it's time to focus on Questions rather than mugging up theories. In this article, we are providing the highly Predicted Chemistry Multiple-Choice Questions(MCQs) and numerical answer type(NAT) questions with solutions that will be very handy in these end times.

Following are the Chemistry tests and drills with their respective links containing questions and their solutions:

Full test-1 Click Here
Full test-2 Click Here
Full test-3 Click Here
Full test-4 Click Here
Full test-5 Click Here
Full test-6 Click Here
Half Test-1(Paper 1) Click Here
Half Test-1(Paper 2) Click Here
Half Test-2 Click Here
Half Test-2(Prep Up) Click Here
Jee Advanced Drill-1 Click Here
Jee Advanced Drill-2 Click Here
Jee Advanced Drill-3 Click Here
Jee Advanced Drill-4 Click Here
Jee Advanced Drill-5 Click Here
Jee Advanced Drill-6 Click Here
Jee Advanced Drill-7 Click Here
Full Test-1 Click Here
Full Test-2 Click Here
NAT Questions-1 Click Here
NAT Questions-2 Click Here
Integer Type-1 Click Here
Integer Type-2 Click Here
Integer Type-3 Click Here
Integer Type-4 Click Here
Integer Type-5 Click Here
Integer Type-6 Click Here
Integer Type-7 Click Here
Integer Type-8 Click Here
Integer Type-9 Click Here
Integer Type-10 Click Here
Integer Type-11 Click Here
Integer Type-12 Click Here
Integer Type-13 Click Here
Integer Type-14 Click Here
Integer Type-15 Click Here
Integer Type-16 Click Here
Integer Type-17 Click Here
Integer Type-18 Click Here


8 February, 2021, 6:33 pm

JEE MAIN 2021 : Most Important 450+ Mathematics Questions

As JEE Main around the corner, it's time to concentrate more on quality than on quantity. By keeping student's valuable time in mind we are providing the Expected Chapterwise Questions with their answer key that can come in JEE Main 2021. Kindly attempt all these questions and boost up your confidence in these end times. 

Following are the topics and their respective links that contain the Answer key of all the Questions are given at the bottom of the article.

Topic name Download
Functions Click Here
Quadratic Complex Numbers Click Here
Sequences Series Trigonometry Click Here
Straight Lines Click Here
Circles Click Here
Conic Sections Click Here
Limit, Continuity & Differentiability Click Here
Permutations Combinations Click Here
Probability - Inverse Trigonometry Click Here
MOD, Indefinite Integration Click Here
Applications of Derivatives Click Here
Definite Integration Click Here
Area & Differential Equations Click Here
Vectors & 3D Geometry Click Here
Matrices Determinants Click Here
Binomial Theorem Click Here
Answer key of all Topics Click Here


6 February, 2021, 5:39 pm

IIT JEE 2021 : How To Use Time Gap b/w JEE Mains & Advanced

CASE 1 : This Gap Can Make or Break your Dream of becoming IITian 

  1. You should be well aware of the fact that these exams are subject to a lot of internal and external factors. It might be possible that you deserved much more but simply couldn’t perform well on that day. This doesn’t mean your chance is over. You have potential, you just couldn’t prove it this time. rather take it as a challenge to improve next time.
  2. So step one is to get motivated again. Talk to your teachers and parents, they will help. Many people perform poorly in JEE(Main) and do well in JEE(Advanced). Not an issue.
  3. Then analyze your paper of JEE(Main) 2020 and see why exactly did you lose marks? Were you not aware of the concepts? Did you commit too many silly mistakes? Did you get panicked? Was your speed too slow? Write it down somewhere and analyze each and every question. You will get to your mistakes.
  4. Make a list of all your weak topics, strong topics, and average topics. I recommend making the average ones strong because JEE(Advanced) needs strong concepts. Start practicing questions from coaching sheets. COMPLETE YOUR COACHING MATERIAL BEFORE ANYTHING ELSE(assuming you are from good coaching). Try to cover easy topics first because you want to get into IIT XYZ, your aim should not be IITB CSE or something for now. First, ensure that you get an IIT, and then go for improving your rank by practicing tough questions.
  5. Give all the tests of your coaching, and solve all the assignments given. Clear your doubts then and there.
  6. Improve examination temperament because that is the most important thing. Give a lot of tests and apply point 3 above on each test.
  7. Try a lot of questions and see solutions after you do it/if you can’t solve after sufficient time. Make sure you know each and every question you do by heart.
  8. Physics and Mathematics will need a huge amount of problem-solving. Do it. Learn all important reactions in chemistry. It will save you on exam day.
  9. Give maximum time to studies. MAXIMUM.
  10. Your study material should be your coaching material and past papers only. Try covering as much as possible.

CASE 2 : Performed decently, but can do better
All points in CASE 1, and cover each and every topic of your material. Make it fully strong. Leave no stone unturned. Don’t leave anything thinking that it won’t come. You can improve/diminish your rank by a factor of 10 or more, depending on what you do now and in the exam. Your study material should also be only coaching material, you can also join some test series.

CASE 3 : 300+ scorers/highly motivated to do well in JEE(Advanced)
These people get into the top 100 or so, provided they continue the hard work(not that others can’t do it). Do everything in CASE 1 and CASE 2. But you can also go for books like Irodov, other coaching material, etc. I recommend doing some good coaching material for extra practice of mathematics. We hope we have cleared some queries of many students.
All the best!!!

CASE 0 : You have scored very little and won’t make it to JEE(Advanced):
A few students have messaged us saying that they want to end their lives because of this. Life has a lot to offer, please don’t do anything like that. Your parents and family would prefer a non IITian son/daughter than a dead one. There are many people who do well in life without being IITians. And believe me, an IIT isn’t a dreamland. We have our own problems. Just be happy with who you are : )


4 February, 2021, 10:54 am

IIT JEE EXAM 2021 : All Formulas & Revision Notes Of PCM

As the exam is just around the corner it's time to revise all the concept and formula what we had learned last year. Because in Jee Mains and Advance there are many questions that are directly based on the Standard formulas. So to improve performance learn all the formulas and concepts.
Following are the links to the formulas booklet for PCM:

Physics Formula Booklet

Chemistry Formula Booklet

Mathematics Formula Booklet


3 February, 2021, 11:52 am