The most common question which pops in the heads of the students is now what? DON’T WORRY PEEPS here is how you’ll be able to utilise your 50 days break and get the best possible result.
Once JEE Mains are over, you will have approx. 1 month for JEE Adv. So u need to prepare a revision timetable which will allow u to study all the 3 subjects in a planned manner.
First study your strong topics so that you can maximize your score from those. Solve problems from the selected books as well as your coaching class book which you may have not have solved earlier. Also, get some Model test paper and give your utmost time to the topics you have’nt touched in quite a few time.
If you have cleared JEE MAINS with ease than just be confident and study, but there are other ways apart from studies which can pump your confidence.
YOU’VE GOT TO FIND TIME FOR OTHER ACTIVITIES-
Jee preparations can be a little hectic sometimes (most of the times), so it is not bad to divert your mind from studies for sometime and chill.
BELIEVE ME! DISTRACTIONS ARE YOUR BIGGEST HURDLE
don’t let any of those activities overgrow your main aim of clearing JEE. You’ve got to be stay focused and if the other activities distracts you, you can always hold the hands of your fellowmates, hang out with the people having same ambition as you this will not only increase your confidence but it’s a great way of learning instead of stacking up the books.
The main difference between mains and advanced is not only the difficulty level but also the time factor, you need to adapt yourself for such long hours sitting without degrading your concentration.
MAKE SURE YOU MAKE MOST OF THE TIME REMAINING AND HERE ARE SOME LAST MINUTES TIPS TO ENSURE YOUR SUCCESS!!