ARE NCERT BOOKS SUFFICIENT TO CRACK JEE
There is no substitute for hard work isn’t it? And when specially your exams are knocking at your doors, the one and only option available is ‘to revise and revise’. Since the countdown has already begun for the most important Engineering entrance exam of 2021, the first attempt for Mains being in February, it’s nevertheless crucial now to leave no stones unturned for the acing of it. How often you have heard that it’s nearly impossible to crack JEE and get yourself admitted to the college you have aspired for so long! JEE is one of the most difficult entrance exam of the country and every year lakhs of students fight nearly neck to neck for cracking the same and get into their dream colleges. Therefore, it requires thorough preparation strategies and clear mind set in order for cracking zestfully the same. Infact , in this fierce battlefield of competition for dream colleges, the students need to brush up vigorously and rigorously to make their limits reach up to the sky and then happily conquering it. However, both JEE MAINS and ADVANCED require thorough preparations and ways in order to get through. From selection of study books and materials to your mentor to your revision strategies and to boosting up your confidence, each point is utterly crucial for making a big difference.
As far as JEE is concerned it has two stages JEE Main & JEE advanced both exams have different strategies different approaches and a little difference in syllabus as well. JEE main is considered to be easier than advanced. Let us first discuss the importance of NCERT books then its relevance in Main & Advanced exam.
Advantages of studying NCERT Books.
JEE main & advanced contains multiple questions which are directly asked from NCERT especially in inorganic & general chemistry.
The summary or gist at the end of each chapter is very useful for revision or review of the entire chapter.
Best resource to clear your basics especially in chemistry & physics.
The NCERT chemistry is best resource and one should read it multiple times. Must read chapters are periodic properties, chemical bonding s p d & f block elements & organic reactions.
In Physics certain chapters should be certainly read from NCERT such as forced & damped oscillations, Second law of thermodynamics carnot cycle, electromagnetic waves, classical magnetism, optical instruments, semiconductor devices & communication systems.
Books are in simple language, so text is easy to understand.
Now let us see the relevance in JEE exam. In JEE main one can excel in physics & chemistry by reading NCERT books and a little help is required from other sources but in mathematics one has to work hard from other sources completely.
As far as JEE advanced is considered it is one of the most prestigious exams in the world and no theoretical questions are asked in it. NCERT here will play an important role in clearing all the basics but for level of questions one will need help from outside.
Let’s keep in mind some points now :
• Devote time in paper as follows: Chemistry 45 mins, Physics 60 mins & Maths 75 minutes for JEE.
• Read instructions carefully.
• Attempt easy questions first.
• Do not create ego problem with any question & waste time in it.
• Every question is of equal marks so attempt questions which you know or can do first.
• Use you have marked the right option in the answer space.
• In numerical type questions check your calculations again and again.
With competitions rising and rising across the Nation, the path towards achieving success is no doubt getting harder…However, true to the “struggle for existence” theory, one has to prepare himself for the fierce struggle in order to bear golden reaps in the future. Thus always keep in mind that, “perseverance is the key to success” and that with hard work, sweat and determination all your dreams will turn into reality…So get, set and push it!