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JEE Main 2021 Preparation and Study Time Table for 60 Days (2 Months)

Sakunth Kumar
Sakunth KumarPublished On: May 11, 2021 | JEE Main

Preparing for JEE Main exam in 60 days, i.e., 2 months is not a difficult task. Here is the time table for JEE Main exam preparation in 60 days. JEE Main April/ May 2021 has been postponed.

JEE Main Study Plan

JEE Main 2021 Phase 3 & 4 have been postponed, and there will be almost 2 months for the exam to happen due to the postponement of the board exams. As most of the candidates will appear for all sessions of JEE Main, it is important to identify the weak areas and focus on the same accordingly. For example, if you had scored a less percentile or marks in Physics, then your focus area must be the same subject. Before preparing for the JEE Main 2021 exam, it is advisable to check the question paper analysis of the JEE Main exam. In order to help the students ace the exam easily, CollegeDekho has come up with a 60-day preparation strategy or timetable for JEE Main 2021 exam. We hope that this time table will help you to plan the exam preparation accordingly so that you prepare for the board exams and the entrance exam simultaneously.

Note: While preparing for each topic, the candidates need to note down the important topics or points from the same. This will help the candidates with last-minute revision.

JEE Main 2021 Preparation Strategy for Phase 1, 2, 3 & 4JEE Main 2021 Syllabus

How to Divide the JEE Main Syllabus for 60 Days?

Firstly, the division of syllabus is an important aspect if you are preparing for one of the toughest national-level entrance exams, i.e., JEE Main. There are three major subjects in JEE Main such asPhysics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The division of syllabus can be as follows for the 60 days -

Number of Days for Exam Preparation

60

Total No. Of Topics to be Revised in Mathematics

16

Total No. Of Topics to be Revised in Physics

21

Total No. Of Topics to be Revised in Chemistry

28

Total No. Of Topics (Three Subjects)

65

From the above table, it is quite clear that the number of topics revised is more than the number of days required to prepare for the exam. Therefore, a sensible division of syllabus is necessary to handle the exam stress. We are here to help you with the timetable and syllabus division. The below-mentioned strategy of JEE Main is just for reference, and you can tweak the same as per your requirement.

Division of JEE Main Mathematics Syllabus for 60 Days

The division of the Mathematics syllabus of JEE Main for 60 days can be as follows -

Total No. Of Days Left for Exam

60

Total No. Of Topics to be Revised in Mathematics

16

Total No. Of Topics to be Revised Per Day (Including Sunday)

01

Revision of Mathematics Syllabus to be Completed in

16 Days

Division of JEE Main Physics Syllabus for 60 Days

The division of the Physics syllabus for 60 days can be as follows -

Total No. Of Days Left for Exam

60

Total No. Of Topics to be Revised in Physics

21

Total No. Of Topics to be Revised Per Day (Including Sunday)

02

Revision of Physics Syllabus to be Completed in

17 Days

Division of JEE Main Chemistry Syllabus for 60 Days

The division of JEE Main Chemistry syllabus for 60 days can be as follows -

Total No. Of Days Left for Exam

60

Total No. Of Topics to be Revised in Chemistry

28

Total No. Of Topics to be Revised Per Day (Including Sunday)

02

Revision of Chemistry Syllabus to be Completed in

14 Days

From the above division, the complete revision of the syllabus can be completed in -

Total Days for Mathematics Revision

16

Total Days for Physics Revision

17

Total Days for Chemistry Revision

14

Total Days for Complete Revision of Syllabus (All Subjects)

47 Days

Total No. Of Days Left for the Exam

13 Days

With 13 days left for the exam, the candidates can take up the following tasks -

  1. Re-Revision of Important Points Noted
  2. Mock Test Practice/ Practice Tests/ Model Test Practice

What is the Best Time in a Day to Prepare for JEE Main Exam?

Early morning is the best time to prepare for JEE Main, and it is advisable to prepare for at least two hours. However, it is very difficult to cover all the subjects in one session. Therefore, you need to divide them accordingly. The tentative plan for the same can be as follows.

No. Of Topics to be Covered Per Day

05

No. Of Sessions to Per Day for Exam Preparation

02

Time to Wake Up for Preparation Session 1

4:30 AM

Time to Start Preparing (Any Subject from Three)

5:00 AM

Duration of Preparation

2 Hours

No. Of Topics can be Revised in Two Hours

Two (Can be Three on Sunday)

Time to Start Preparation for Session 2

8:00 PM

Duration of Session 2

One Hour

Total Topics to be Covered in Session 2

Two

Note: The above timetable is just for reference, and you can tweak the same as per your requirement.

Based on the above plan, the aspirants of JEE Main can take up the revision of topics. As a candidate needs to revise at least five topics in a day, at least three hours of exam preparation is mandatory.

We hope that the above 60-day preparation strategy and timetable will help help you in securing a better percentile in the JEE Main exam. If you have any further queries about the JEE Main preparation strategy, you can refer to the FAQs below.

FAQs

Which shift was tough in JEE Main January 2020 exam?

The exam that took place on Day 3 (January 08, 2020) was the toughest shift apart from other sessions of the JEE Main exam.

Is it really possible to prepare for JEE Main exam in 60 days?

It is possible to prepare for JEE Main exam in 60 days. However, you must be in a position to revise the syllabus thoroughly.

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