JEE Mains Session 2 Exam 2023: Last minute preparation tips by expert | competitive exams

National Testing Agency, NTA will conduct JEE Mains Session 2 Exam 2023 on April 6, 8, 10, 11 and 12, 2023. The exam will be conducted at various exam centers across the country.

JEE Main Session 2 Exam 2023: Topic-wise preparation strategy by experts (Sameer Sehgal/HT Photo)
JEE Main Session 2 Exam 2023: Topic-wise preparation strategy by experts (Sameer Sehgal/HT Photo)

Students who will appear for Joint Entrance Examination Session 2 can check the subject wise preparation strategy shared by Dr. Rajesh V. Pandey, Academic Head – Aakash Byju Digital, JEE Wing.

JEE Mains 2nd attempt is fast approaching, and students’ minds are racing with questions. So many notions may surround you which topic should I choose how to brush up on topics learned by quick revision. So nothing is impossible, you just have to believe in yourself; As someone once said: Faith is half the battle won. Concepts, flawless practice and an exam plan should support this belief.

To begin with, the concepts are important for the students who are going to appear for the exam in April 2023. The subject experts have analyzed it for the benefit of the students, and the analysis has proved to be ninety percent correct. They are as follows:

Important Chapters as per previous years paper analysis




01. System of particles and rotational motion

01. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

01. Three-Dimensional Geometry

02. Current power

02. Biomolecules, Polymer, Chemistry in Everyday Life

02. Application of Derivatives

03. Electric potential and capacitance

03. Balance

03. Limits, Continuity and Differentiability

04. Ray Optics

04. Coordination Compound

04. Matrix and Determinant

05. Units and Measurement

05. Organic Chemistry: Some Basic Principles and Techniques

05. Coordinates and Straight Lines, Pair of Straight Lines

06. Semiconductors

06. Electrochemistry, Redox Reaction and Volumetric Analysis*

06. Sequence and Series

07. Thermodynamics

07. p-Block Elements (Group 13 to Group 18)

07. Vectors

  • get your act together: Students must have very good concept clarity and start revising these chapters using the first questions.
  • Go the Extra Mile: For starters, proper exercise is more important. You can choose 20 questions from important ideas in all subjects and solve them in 90 minutes. The goal is to keep solving as many questions as possible.
  • Clarity works here: To get a percentile of 99 in JEE Mains, one must score more than 180 (minimum 15 questions correct from each subject). Then, for the main course, revise it and do it like your life depended on it; For example, Inorganic Chemistry should be reviewed thrice from NCERT, which will be more than enough for JEE Mains.
  • Set rules: Every day of revision should have a set strategy that does not depend on your mood.
  • Hit the books with a plan: A scheduled adjustment for a limited time period would be more beneficial.
  • cut to the chase: Finally, there is the desert. Solve mock test papers available with you, or simply solve previous year papers, and keep track of your scores in the daily papers you attempt; If your score is improving, then you are on the right track.
  • A confidence game: Students must remember that JEE Mains is like 20/20 cricket in which you put in a lot of effort and complete the process carefully but what matters is you and your confidence level on that day so try to beat all odds as one. Throw the bar out the window. You reach the examination hall.
  • Have a strategic mind: If you are asked a challenging question that you know you will struggle with, then move on to the next question, there is a limit waiting for you, so don’t waste too much time on it.
  • Hit the nail on the head: As per the analysis, 15 to 17 questions are difficult, and the rest are easy to moderate; So, instead of investing time in complex questions, go for moderate and easy questions and try to correct maximum number of questions out of 58 to 60 MCQs within 2 hours. Then, in the last hour, you can attempt 15 to 17 difficult questions, giving yourself 4 minutes per question to maximize your chances of getting them right.
  • Self care: Balanced physical and mental health is essential to navigate this phase. Keep calm, don’t panic and have faith in yourself to perform to the best of your ability.

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