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TOP 12 TOUGHEST EXAMS IN THE WORLD

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Examinations have always scared the hell out of students, even the brightest ones. We lose our sanity and logical thinking when exams come knocking on the door. Every other activity except sleep and eating is forgotten before exams and just a mere look at the time table of our examinations sends a chill down the spine, such is its severity. From a very early age we are introduced to exams and they do not leave us for a very long time. First school exams, high school exams, followed by college, university, entrances, and interviews and by the time we get a job, we are already planning to leave it and switch to a better job. Another exam! This is the bitter truth of our lives!

So these school and college exams scare us? This list is going to make you insane on a whole new level. When you are going to read and collect facts about the world’s toughest exams, you know it is not an easy deal. So brace yourselves and let your imaginations run in full swing! 
                       I. Master Sommelier Diploma Exam

Master Sommelier Diploma Exam

This is till date hailed as the world’s toughest examination. One does not have any idea as to how selective the authorities can get while selecting candidates. The exam was first taken 40 years ago in the UK and since then only 200 candidates have been selected on the basis of this exam. On an average, every candidate appears for this exam at least for 2-3 times before getting selected. The exam is divided into three sections, which are theory, service and blind tasting. Most of the students pass the first two sections and fail badly in the third one, and thus have to repeat that section again next year. The blind tasting section is tougher than one can imagine. Candidates not only have to identify the grape variant, but also the year and the region where it was grown. Even the most famous sommeliers in the world had passed this exam in the third or fourth attempt.

   II. All Souls Prize Fellowship Exam

All Souls Prize Fellowship Exam

As we draw to the near end of the list, the exams keep getting tougher. This fellowship exam held at Oxford University’s All Souls College is one of the toughest exams in the world. Until 2010, students were required to write a long essay about only one word given in one of the papers. Only two fellows are selected every year from all the students appearing for the exam. So you understand the level of toughness of this exam, right? The exam consists of four papers, each of which last for three hours. One needs to have both factual knowledge and a highly imaginative mind to be able to answer questions in this exam.

III. CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) Exam

CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) Exam

The CFA is not an academic degree, it is a professional stature. The Wall Street Journal termed the CFA test as the toughest test in the world. Less than one-fifth of the applicants pass each year and most of them attempt for the CFA repeatedly. For this charter, applicants have to appear for three stages of exams. The first two stages contain MCQ format tests and the third one consists of essay type subjective questions, along with few more MCQs. Every finance and investment professional tries to attempt this test at least once in his lifetime. Every CFA charter holder needs to have at least 4 years of prior working experience to be able to hold this prestigious office.

IV. GRE (Graduate Record Examinations)

GRE (Graduate Record Examinations)

GRE, as we all know, is like the entrance test for most schools in the States. It is held both online and on paper. For the computer-based online exam, there are six different sections containing analytical writing sections, verbal reasoning sections, quantitative reasoning sections and research section. The paper-based test is available only to areas where conducting online tests is not possible. Most graduate schools in the USA require the GRE score as their prerequisite score for admission.

V. Mensa

MENSA

It is the oldest and largest highest IQ society in the world, a non-profit organization where people who score 98 percentile in the standardized IQ tests are considered to be low rankers. Mensa has branches all over the world. the best thing about Mensa is that there is no age bar. People can take the test at any age. The youngest member in Mensa is all of two years now. Different countries and national groups have their own procedures of exam and Mensa to has its own application procedure where they judge people on the basis of the quality of their talents.

VI. UPSC (Union Public Service Commission)

 UPSC (Union Public Service Commission)

This is India’s central agency that holds all the important examinations to recruit top-notch government officials in the country. It conducts the Civil Services Exam, Combined Defence Services Exam, Indian Statistical Service Examination and lots more. The exceptionally bright students who have cleared CAT and IITJEE and found it to be quite easy for them, they too find UPSC a tough platform to compete on. Even IAS officers are selected through UPSC exams. The exam is held in a preliminary phase at first where candidates answer objective question and then the main phase where they appear for a subjective one and then an interview. Out of approximately 3 lakh students appearing, hardly a thousand of them are actually selected.

VII. IIT JEE (Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination)

 IIT JEE (Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination)

IIT needs no introduction. It is the best engineering institute in the country. Students spend years preparing for this entrance, because IITs in India are not just colleges, they are a status! Out of every 5, 00, 000 students appearing, only a handful of 10,000 get selected every year. The exam is divided into two papers of three hours each, both of which are objective. Students who do not get through the exam in the first attempt make repeated attempts, dropping years and many of them even get admitted to prestigious colleges like Harvard, MIT and many more. Such is the toughness and standard of the IITJEE.

VIII. Gaokao

Gaokao

This exam in China is also known as the National Higher Education Entrance Examination. Every student in the country has to appear for this exam, as it is the main requirement to get into higher studies. Every Chinese teenager’s life and future is dependent on this exam because students have to appear for this to get admitted to undergraduate courses. Every senior high school student goes through a tough phase during this exam. Every this exam decides the fate of millions of students across the country. The mental stress that students go through has been subject of interests to many documentary makers around the globe.

IX. GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering)

GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering)

This all India examination tests engineering students on their knowledge of engineering and various fields of science. The GATE score opens doors for postgraduate studies in the field of science to prestigious universities because GATE is held jointly by the Indian Institute of Science and the seven IITs in the country. The exam consists of a single paper lasting for three hours where a student has to answer both MCQs and numerical. From 2014, keeping in mind the students’ convenience, the tests will be now carried out online where questions are arranged in a random sequence. The GATE score is valid for two years from the time the results are announced.


  X. CCIE (Cisco Certified Internetworking Expert)

CCIE (Cisco Certified Internetworking Expert)

Through this exam Cisco Systems certify the skills of the ones selected in the exam of planning, operating, troubleshooting tough network facilities. This certification is considered the most prestigious certificate in the entire networking industry. Now, qualifying for this examination is not an easy task at all. According to Cisco, of all the engineers appearing for this test, only 3% are selected and certified. The candidates have to go through a two-step exam, of which the first part is a written test lasting for two hours with 90 to 110 questions. One requires to pay $350 for registration of the first half and the good part about this half is that the results are immediately declared whether a candidate has passed or not. Only the students who have passed the first part then pay another $1,500 for the second part of the exam where students have to appear for the practical part in the lab lasting for 8 hours. Fewer than 1% get selected.

XI. LNAT (National Admission Test for Law)

LNAT (National Admission Test for Law)

This test in the UK is an aptitude test for main law universities. This test was started in 2004 to admit students to the top law colleges in the UK. Initially started as a filtering agent to be able to select the best from the best among home students, this test is now applicable even to foreign students. Each applicant is given two hours and a quarter to complete an essay and 42 MCQs to test the reading and logical reasoning skills. The reading part contains a passage from which one has to answer ten sets of papers and for the essay part a student is given 40 minutes and the topic is generally a student-related topic. Currently, nine law universities in the UK hold this test to enrol students.

XII. IES (Indian Engineering Services)

IES (Indian Engineering Services)

IES is nothing but the civil services to take care of the technical and managerial services of the Indian Government. So the government has to be choosy while picking its top officials through the highly competitive IES exams on the basis of the merit of the appearing candidates. For this, a four-stage competitive exam is held all over the country, which comprises of six tests. The two-part written tests last for a period of 12 hours after which there is a personality test. Lakhs of candidates appear for this examination every year, as it is the most prestigious post for every engineer in India but records show that in 2010, out of the 1, 57,649 that appeared, only 434 were selected. The scenario is similar every year. The President of India himself appoints the selected candidates to the Group A category.

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY SRGP OF NUCLEUS EDUCATION KOTA

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One of the finest educational institution famous for its quality education. The name of nucleus education must be known to every student, teacher and anyone else related to academics directly or indirectly for a good cause. Our students must feel proud to tell the world that they acquired their knowledge and skills from nucleus education.

Nucleus education is a renowned, result-oriented coaching institute in Kota, Rajasthan. Provides preparation classes for IIT-JEE, examinations. We provide an ideal learning platform for IIT aspirants by excellent intellect, well qualified and highly experienced faculties to provide quality education. The highly conducive & competitive atmosphere of the institute ensures that every small doubt of the students gets cleared.
As our tagline suggests, we as a team want to create a “centre of excellence” in informal education. Our vision is to provide the best teaching environment and groom the students’ so that they become successful and serve for the better world. The mission of Nucleus Education is to impart advanced and updated knowledge to educate the students of IIT-JEE (Mains and Advanced). We need to facilitate effective interactions among faculties and students so as to develop their potential to its fullest extent by imparting quality education.
Our motto is “ अप्राप्यं नाम नेहास्ति धीरस्य व्यवसासिनः or THERE IS NOTHING UNATTAINABLE TO THE ONE WHO HAS COURAGE & WHO WORKS HARD.
CONTENT:
1.      SPECIAL RACE FOR SALT ANALYSIS – 3 PAGES
2.      IMPORTANT REACTIONS QUESTIONS ( s, p, d-block & Hydrogen) – 21 PAGES
3.      SOLUTION OF IMPORTANT REACTIONS QUESTIONS ( s, p, d-block & Hydrogen) – 21 PAGES
4.      REACTION OF CATION GROUPS (GROUP I, II, III, IV & V) – 8 PAGES
5.      SOME IMPORTANT POINTS – 4 PAGES
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NARENDRA AVASTHI PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY NOTES

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A true visionary Mr. Narendra Avasthi is a Co-founder, Director and HOD of Physical Chemistry. He completed his graduation from NIT Jaipur in Chemical Engineering and Post graduation course in Advanced Computing designed and developed by ACTS(Pune). He is addressed as Sodium Sir by his students lovingly. A force to reckon with in his chosen field, he has been serving the cause of education for the past 17 years.

After years of experience he has written books on Chemistry. “Problems in Physical Chemistry” and “Problems in Physical Chemistry for NEET/AIIMS”. He inspires the aspirants of IIT-JEE to work hard and put their heart and soul into it.
He is a living example of what he preaches. He became “Half Ironman” by participating in Triathlon and also a Marathon runner recently completed Full Marathon at Leh(Ladakh) under sub-normal circumstances. Thus, he proved everything and anything can be achieved through hard work, dedication and sustained efforts.

CONTENT: 
PART-1
1.      ATOMIC STRUCTURE (PART-1)
2.      CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM
3.      IONIC EQUILIBRIUM
4.      IDEAL GAS
5.      KINETIC THEORY OF GASES


PART-2
1.      MATTER
2.      STOICHIOMETRY
3.      EUDIOMETRY
4.      ATOMIC STRUCTURE (PART-2)
PART-3
1.      THERMOCHEMISTRY
2.      ELECTROCHEMISTRY
3.      LIQUID SOLUTION
4.      SOLID STATE
5.      SURFACE CHEMISTRY


PART-4
1.      REAL GASES
2.      REDOX REACTION
3.      CHEMICAL KINETICS
4.      RADIOACTIVITY
5.      THERMODYNAMICS
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JITENDRA HIRWANI SIR PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CLASS XI NOTES

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JH Sir is known for his simplified Chemistry teaching techniques and students have fondly coined JH Sir as ‘HIRWANI DEVELOPED FAST CALCULATION (H.D.F.C) and renamed him as JARA HATKE(J.H. SIR).

Learn Inorganic Chemistry with one of best faculty of Kota Jitendra Hirwani Sir. (J.H Sir) Jitendra Hirwani (J.H.Sir), a B.Tech in Mining Engineering from IIT Kharagpur (IIT-KGP) in 2001, has been a Chemistry mentor for IIT JEE Chemistry since 2001. In this long Journey of his career, he was associated with several premier institutes like Bansal Classes-Kota, Resonance-Kota, Career Point, Narayana, Gupta Tutorial-Indore, etc.
CONTENT: 
PART-1
1.      MOLE CONCEPT
2.      STOICHIOMETRY
3.      CONCENTRATION TERMS


4.      EUDIOMETRY
5.      GASEOUS STATE
PART-2
1.      GASEOUS STATE CONTINUED
2.      KINETIC THEORY OF GASES
3.      ATOMIC STRUCTURE


PART-3
1.      ATOMIC STRUCTURE CONTINUED
2.      CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM
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SURENDRA KUMAR MISHRA (SKM) SIR ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (2018-19) NOTES

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SURENDRA KUMAR MISHRA (SKM) SIR teaching style makes him different than other organic chemistry teachers. They teach by telling a story whose main character is elements (i.e. hydrogen, oxygen etc.)
Mr. Surendra Kumar Mishra, a Co-founder, Director extensively known as SKM Sir is a quintessence in the field of Organic Chemistry. He is also the author of the book, “Problems & Solution of Organic Chemistry” for IIT mains and advanced. While teaching organic chemistry, he usually uses the unconventional way of teaching i.e. ‘Direct Instruction’ along with visual media, ChemDraw and moly mod. Driven by his fascination for the subject and teaching, he makes his teachings interesting which leave the students mesmerized, He sermonize his students to chase their dreams without compromising, which payed the way for Chitrang Murdia (AIR-1, IIT-JEE 2014) and Govind Lahoti (AIR-3, IIT-JEE 2014) to secure position in IIT-JEE examination.
CONTENT: 
PART-1
1.      IUPAC NOMENCLATURE
2.      GENERAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
3.      ISOMERISM
4.      STRUCTURAL ISOMERISM
PART-2
1.      GEOMETRICAL ISOMERISM
2.      OPTICAL ISOMERISM
3.      NOMENCLATURE
4.      RACEMIC MIXTURE
5.      CARBOCATION


PART-3
1.      ELECTROPHILIC ADDITION
2.      HYDROBORATION OXIDATION (HBO)
3.      ALKYL HALIDE REACTION
4.      ELIMINATION
5.      DEHALOGENATION
PART-4
1.      FREE RADICAL
2.      OXIDATION
3.      OXIDATION OF ALCOHOL
4.      NAME REACTION


PART-5
1.      AMINES
2.      BIMOLECULES
3.      HYDROCARBON
4.      CARBOXYLIC ACID
5.      AROMATIC COMPOUNDS
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NEERAJ KUMAR PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 12TH CLASS NOTES

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Neeraj Kumar is a civil engineer from Bihar College of Engineering, Patna (Now NIT, Patna). He has been teaching IIT-JEE aspirants since 1992. He established Neeru’s Chemistry Arena at Musallahpur Hat, Patna. He worked for several other coaching institutes since 2002. Presently, he is working as the Head of the Department of Physical and Inorganic Chemistry in a renowned institute. 

The author strongly believes that cracking any competitive examination demands theoretical knowledge through the current trends of IIT-JEE support the theoretical and Analytical approach. Neeraj Kumar has written a good number of books for IIT-JEE as well as for school curriculum. He has also co-authored a few books and contributed papers in reputed educational magazines such as Chemistry Patron and Junior Science Refresher.
CONTENT: 
1.      Thermochemistry
2.      Chemical Kinetics
3.      Ideal Gas (Small Part)
4.      Real Gas
5.      KTG
6.      Mole Concept


7.      Thermodynamics
8.      Chemical Equilibrium
9.      Ionic Equilibrium
10.  Electrochemistry
11.  Solution
12.  Solid State
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AMARNATH ANAND SIR HAND WRITTEN NOTES CLASS-XII

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Mr Amarnath Anand, a graduate from IIT Delhi is a Co-founder, Director who conveys the beauty and the “infectious enthusiasm” for the subject through his magnetic persona. Very few math teachers can be that charismatic. He believes that it is possible to show students the wonder of extracting a simple answer from a seemingly difficult question. He is the writer of the two books, one is ‘Thomas Calculus’ which is a benchmark book in calculus, and other is ‘Problem and Solution in Algebra’ for IIT-JEE which is a collection of a large number of congenital problems which help students in clearing JEE and various Olympiads. He had taught Chitrang Murdia (AIR-1, IIT-JEE 2014) and Govind Lahoti (AIR-3, IIT-JEE 2014).

Amarnath Anand Sir which is also known as ANNA Sir. He is the Best teacher of Mathematics in Kota. He was the Ex – Hod of Allen Carrier Institute and Now In Nucleus Education Kota Centre of Intelligence (Co-Founder of Nucleus Education). He is Known For his unique teaching style. He has more than 12 years of teaching experience in various prominent institutions for JEE. His great passion for his subject led him to impart guidance to IIT-JEE aspirants on a regular basis. And we can not compare these teachers because they are legends.

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He will teach you the concept from very basics……Then advances level gradually. You can score full marks in MATHEMATICS if you follow Amarnath Anand Sir Properly.
BUT….the only condition is you should be hardworking and regularly complete his homework before the discussion, seriously you will be the best in the subject.

CONTENT: 
1.       LCD
2.       Method of Differentiation
3.       Integration
4.       Application of Derivative


5.       Determinant & Matrices
6.       Differential Equation
7.       Area Under the Curve
8.       Probability
9.       Conic Section
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NITIN VIJAY (NV) SIR 12TH CLASS PHYSICS NOTES

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A well renowned and highly respected physics teacher with 12 years experience of running an entrepreneurial venture in the parallel education industry. Motion is Nitin’s second entrepreneurial venture – the first being Kota Point, an IIT-JEE test preparation startup that he co-founded in Varanasi, his Alma Mater city.
CONTENT: 
1.      Electrostatics
2.      Current Electricity
3.      Capacitor
4.      Magnetic Effect of Current
5.      EMI


6.      Alternating Current (AC)
7.      Heat Transfer
8.      Radiation
9.      Newton’s Law of Cooling
10.  Nuclear Physics
11.  Optics
12.  Modern Physics
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NITIN VIJAY (NV) SIR 11TH CLASS PHYSICS NOTES

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A well renowned and highly respected physics teacher with 12 years experience of running an entrepreneurial venture in the parallel education industry. Motion is Nitin’s second entrepreneurial venture – the first being Kota Point, a IIT-JEE test preparation startup that he co-founded in Varanasi, his Alma Mater city.

CONTENT: 
1.      Newton Laws of Motion
2.      Circular Motion
3.      Rotational Motions
4.      Work, Energy & Power
5.      Centre of Mass


6.      Simple Harmonic Motion
7.      Thermal Expansion
8.      Waves
9.      Fluids
10.  Surface Tension
Physics for JEE Main & Advanced, Classes XI, XII & XIII.
NV Sir (Mr Nitin Vijay) is a Champion of Physics. He is an alumnus of IIT, BHU from where he did B.Tech in 2007. NV Sir is the Managing Director cum Sr. Faculty of Kota-based Motion IIT JEE Institute and is also associated with Etoos India as Sr. Physics faculty. During his journey of Motion and Etoos India NV sir videos have transformed several struggling aspirants into IITians.
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JEE MAIN 2020: LAST MONTH PREPARATION TIME TABLE

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The JEE Main 2020 will be conducted by The National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to Undergraduate Programs in NITs, IIITs and other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs), etc. in the next academic year (2020-2021) in two phases, the first phase for Admissions to B.E./ B.Tech(Paper-1) & B. Arch/ B. Planning (Paper-2) from 6th Jan to 11th Jan 2020 and the second phase for admissions to B.E./ B.Tech (Paper-1) & B. Arch/ B. Planning (Paper-2) between 3rd April to 9th April 2020. Students have the option to appear in one or both phases. The result will, however, consider the students’ performance in the best of the two phases.

JEE MAIN 2020 LAST MONTH PREPARATION TIME TABLE
JEE Main 2020 Preparation Time Table for 1 Month – One can count the number of days left for January and with it, the days for one of the major events of the month are also not far. JEE Main 2020 January attempt is scheduled to be conducted from January 6 to 11. Candidates appearing in the exam, it has become crucial to making a timetable for preparation of JEE Main 2020 for 1 month that is left. This time left for the exam will decide the fate of candidates appearing as revision holds more importance than preparation in the real sense. Even if you have covered the whole syllabus but failed to revise the concepts, formulas, and theories before the final day, you may not be able to recall them all inside the examination hall. So, to avoid such a situation, it’s better to make JEE Main preparation 2020 timetable for 1 month and follow it religiously. This JEE Main 2020 preparation timetable for 1 month will help you in both the attempts of JEE Main, since, the syllabus will remain the same. However, you can customize it according to your level of preparation. Amidst all this chaos and pressure of JEE Main, it is not a good idea to devote your hours to the timetable preparation, so, worry not as Careers360 is here with 1-month preparation timetable for JEE Main 2020.


JEE Main 2020 is very important for any candidate who aims to get admission into IITs, NITs, IIITs, GFTIs, and other esteemed institutes. The bigger the dream, the better the preparation. So, here you all can go ahead and check out the complete timetable of JEE Main 2020 for 1 month preparation.
JEE Main Preparation Time Table for 1 Month
The timetable has been made week wise and day wise keeping in mind the burden, candidates must be facing right now but also making sure that they keep fit and healthy without bothering their mental peace at this point and time. Because, only if you will be healthy and in a happy space, you will be able to perform better in the exam and outshine others.


How to Prepare for JEE Main in the Last One Month:
A serious aspirant ideally must have completed the syllabus by now. The following points would, however, count.
Time Management: Proper planning is most important for timely preparation and dealing with the study pressure. By now serious students must have evaluated their preparation or informed about the same by their teachers. So, this is the time to consolidate your preparation and ensure that you do extremely well in the actual JEE(Main) exam.
·         All the three subjects Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics are equally important. So, divide these crucial remaining weeks aptly in the three subjects
·         Prepare a chapter-wise and topic-wise revision schedule.
·         Create short notes and list all formulae & points to remember. This will help in quick revision before the examination.
Correct Methodology: The correct approach for those appearing for the first time or second time is to stick to one source and not to refer to a multitude of books/ study material available in the market. To reap the benefits, the students should remain focused throughout the preparation period with a positive attitude to study with utmost concentration. In the last two weeks it is only brushing-up through notes & flagged important problems with twist. Taking Mock Tests on the actual pattern is recommended at this time.

Focus on your Goal: The key to right preparation is proper and timely planning. Toppers learn from their weak areas and practice well in time to improve by all possible means. Correct attitude and acute focus is the key to be a topper. Toppers divide their preparation time accordingly. They stick to a single system of preparation and have faith in themselves. Thus, they gradually build up their confidence level and are geared up to crack any difficult question. They ensure solving all previous years’ papers keeping their concepts crystal clear.
Study Material & Important Topics:
One must not start any new books at this stage. However, one can still refer to standard books for concept clearing. This stage should be utilized more for problem-solving, developing short cuts, and memorizing formulae, understanding one’s strengths & weaknesses. Aspirants must take up Mock Tests in CBT(Computer Based Test) mode to develop ones’ self-confidence & exam temperament. Time Management is crucial to score more marks in the actual JEE (Main).
Important Topics in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics:
The syllabus of class 11th & 12th is equally distributed across the question paper in JEE Main. When you are preparing all chapters of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, stress may be given on the following topics.
Mathematics: Quadratic Equations & Expressions, Complex Numbers, Probability, Vectors, Matrices in Algebra; Circle, Parabola, Hyperbola in Coordinate Geometry; Functions, Limits, Continuity and Differentiability, Application of Derivatives, Definite Integral in Calculus.
Expert Tip: Try to do as much as quality problems as possible to develop a sound confidence level.
Physics: Kinematics, Gravitation, Fluids, Heat & Thermodynamics, Waves & Sound, Capacitors & Electrostatics, Magnetics, Electromagnetic Induction, Optics & Modern Physics.
Expert Tip: Practicing quality problems is the key to success in this subject. If concepts are clear, then this subject becomes more interesting.


Chemistry: Coordination Chemistry & Chemical Bonding in Inorganic Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Chemical & Ionic Equilibrium, Mole Concept in Physical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry.
Expert Tip: Just go through the Periodic Table in general and read NCERT for Inorganic Chemistry. For Organic part, first build up your all basic concepts and then start doing lots of practice. And for Physical part, practice as many numerical as you can.
Recommendation: Students are advised to avoid selective study in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Generally, all topics are covered as mentioned in the syllabi.
Study Plan in the Last One Month
Last 1 month should generally be utilized to consolidate one’s preparation by focusing on revision at a glance, problem-solving and overcoming the weaker areas in preparation. However, the following points should be kept in mind:
·         Remain focused and maintain a positive attitude while studying.
·         Develop speed by solving quizzes/Mock Tests of JEE Main level problems with time management.
·         Speed & Accuracy will be your key to success in JEE Main
·         Take mock-test series to build a winning exam temperament.
·         Sample papers will give you a fair idea about the pattern of questions and help one improve time management.
·         Solve the Previous year’s JEE/AIEEE papers for understanding the level of questions asked.
·         Focus on your weaker areas and improve your concepts.
·         Remember it is the quality of time spent and not the quantity alone. Hence, take short breaks of five to ten minutes after every one or two hours of serious study. Relax completely when you take a break.
·         Practice meditation to develop inner calm, poise, confidence and power of concentration. These matter a lot and will help you on the day of examination.
·         Don’t overstress yourself. Five to six hours of sleep every night is a must, especially three-four days before JEE Main 2020 for physical and mental fitness. Relaxation exercises may help to retain freshness. Avoid over-sleeping during the day.
·         For practice of Numerical/Integer Type questions introduced this year follow a reputed source like www.mypat.in or sample papers on JEE Main official website.
·         If one has the right “attitude” required towards preparation for the JEE Main, then even an average student can crack it.
Finally, don’t be nervous if you find the paper tough since it is the relative performance that counts. Put your best analytical mind to work and believe in your preparation.

Strategy to Attempt the questions in JEE(Main) Paper:
Sometimes the Right Strategy and Time Management play a vital role in deciding the rank for an aspirant. So, one must be quick enough to adapt to the level of the paper and act promptly. The following points may, however, be kept in mind when attempting the questions.
Dos for JEE Main 2020-
·         Attempt easy questions first.
·         Choose sections that have less risk and more gain.
·         Carefully scroll through the entire question paper in the first 5 minutes.
·         Keep a check on time while attempting the paper
·         Attempt all numerical based type questions first as there is no negative marking.
Don’ts for JEE Main 2020-
·         Don’t start from question you don’t know.
·         Don’t get upset if any section is tough. You can score in other sections.
·         Don’t guess if you have no idea about the concept involved in a question.
·         Don’t be nervous if you find the paper tough, since it is the relative performance that counts. Hence, put your best analytical mind to work, it will take you ahead.
Key points that will decide your Rank in JEE Main (Paper-1):
·         How well you have mastered the important topics in each of Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.
·         How much practice you have done on similar levels of questions as asked in JEE Main.
·         How well you have perfected on your timing of solving an objective type question.
·         How much attention you have given to time management & Strategy apart from covering your syllabi.
·         How much calm & confident you are when you take up the actual exam.


Tips for the JEE(Main)-Final Exam Day & a day before:
Following should be kept in mind while getting ready for JEE (Main)Exam Day.
·         Think positively and don’t discuss your preparation as this may indirectly make you nervous even if you are well prepared. Don’t talk anything about JEE (Main) with others.
·         One day before JEE Main, do not study anything new.
·         Stay calm, confident and trust yourself.
·         Brush up important formulae in all three subjects.
·         Say to yourself- “I am excited about JEE Main and I can crack it easily”.
·         Relax yourself or indulge in meditation a day before the actual exam in order to give your best on the exam day.
·         Don’t ask your friend how much they have studied. It will create unnecessary pressure.
·         Have a sound sleep for at least 6-7 hours.
·         Prepare yourself to reach the exam centre at least half an hour before the exam starts.
·         Ensure to carry your JEE Main 2020 Hall Ticket and follow the instructions as per the hall ticket. Avoid borrowing anything inside the examination hall.
Finally, it is the relative performance that will matter on the exam day. So, put in your best performance and you will ace JEE Main 2020.


Enter the examination hall with a cheerful smile and leave it the same way, irrespective of how the paper was because firstly, it’s just an exam and secondly, you have one more attempt to appear in.
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