Clearing the JEE Mains is a herculean task for many. The negative marking system makes sure everyone dreads the exam and the complexity of the questions ensures stress and tensions within all. Statistics show that over 1,00,000 students give the examination in hopes of clearing and getting into the engineering stream irrelevant of the branch in which they choose to specialize in. Sadly, only 15,000 are able to get through and others are left hanging in Hows and whys.
So what can be done?
JEE preparation can be tough if not thought through smartly and wisely. It is very important for the candidate to plan out how all aspects of the syllabus that must be covered in the 2 year preparation time available. A JEE applicant must be ready to face the preparation time with all sincerity, utmost hard work and sensible planning. For this, it’s best to prepare a well-sorted Timetable.
What is the importance of a timetable?
A timetable, whose power if harnessed in the right way, can be the most important link to your JEE clearance. Sit down, grab a paper and pen and think through how a study timetable can be prepared that suits your college and class timings. The timetable will help you cover maximum planned syllabus in the allotted time thus keeping you one step ahead of the game.
What should be briefly thought through will preparing one?
A number of things must be thought through while preparing a timetable. Try first by enlisting the essentials:
- The syllabus completion in the time that’s in your hand
- Importance of equal distribution of dedication and time to each subject
- A periodic that’s feasible with your study routines and ability that also pushes you to aim for higher
If you can master your Timetable making skills, the dream of scoring well in JEE is not too far.
What are the things that should be taken into consideration while preparing a timetable?
- Firstly, plan out a timetable that suits your bodily capabilities. Don’t be too unrealistic about it.
- Concentrate on clearing out your concepts to the maximum from your NCERT text first and keep a special period to solve JEE based questions on the matter you’ve studied that day itself.
- Prepare a timetable that’s comfortable to follow but also increases your productivity daily. Make sure you follow the events listed on your timetable carefully with the precision of about 95% if not more.
- Be sincere and true to yourself about the completion of syllabus and learning the matter.
- Allot a period in the week where you ask your peers or teachers your doubts and make sure you get them cleared.
- Miss out an event because you were busy with college/class submissions or a long-awaited movie or an exciting match was aired? Be prepared for such situations as well by studying overtime before or after that day or allow a specific slot of the weekend to make up for the stuff missed. Win some, lose some.
- Your timetable should also contain fair hours for sleeping, eating, exercising daily. A healthy body contributes to a healthy mind.
- Also, remember to have fun with it. This is one period of your life you won’t get back. Take it in a stride and strive to do your best. Don’t close off completely; be within crowds that discuss problems and make you ponder over equations. Be true to your learning process because that, in fact, is the purpose of all your efforts.