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WHICH CHAPTERS CAN I SKIP FOR THE JEE-MAINS SO THAT I CAN CONCENTRATE ON THE IMPORTANT CHAPTERS THOROUGHLY RATHER THAN DOING ALL PARTIALLY

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With infinite dreams in heart and excitement in blood, millions of young minds commence their journey to become engineers and doctors craving to get into college of their choice. But much to our displeasure, life never goes as planned, it’s as uncertain as the next JEE exam we are about to give. However, no matter how much oblivious we are to the questions we’ll be thrown at, we can always be well-prepared to fight a fierce battle and let exams and life call it shots; with the hope that the victory will forever be ours!
Exam is synonymous to stress and fear; JEE , being amongst the toughest exams in India is no exception. With the years unfolding and competition getting tougher, adopting right steps at the right time will not only enhance you to perform your best but it will undoubtedly act as a cherry on the cake. Yes, an exam like JEE requires a lot to memorize, revise, recapitulate etc, specially when there are innumerable formulae and concepts. But no need to worry.. Here remains some of the easiest ways as how you should go on memorising such a vast expanse.

For supplementary chapters like F block, EM Waves, Microscope/Telescope etc and statistics in Math, you only get 1–2 questions per subject, So if you are running short on time maybe don’t go through the theory of these chapters but just remember is important formula like magnification and object position in the two lenses, The electromagnetic wave frequency-wavelength table, and go through important points in F-Block. Statistics only has a couple formulae but would suggest understanding the venn diagrams properly and not just skim through things.

In physics, Modern Physics is one of the chapters which you can do after only a basic understanding of the Phenomenon since it is a very formula heavy chapter. BBR, circular motion, and heat are relatively less important.

In chemistry, Metallurgy is a very high effort and low weightage chapter so you either do it properly or don’t do it at all, apart from that, Volumetric analysis, Redox and Qualitative analysis are less important.
Some chapters in mathematics that require a lot of effort are calculus. However, calculus requires a lot of practice, so if you haven’t practised it beforehand, it is better to skip it. Focus more on the easy topics that are not asked in JEE Advanced and coordinate geometry.
Some inorganic chapters are very lengthy and have the same weightage as some of the shorter chapters. So give priority to the shorter chapters or cover the important and frequently asked concepts from each chapter. Some chapters, like equilibrium, require prior practice and conceptual understanding, so decide based on your comfort level.

If you want to score efficiently in JEE Mains, some chapters can be suggested in a nutshell, which don’t matter a lot in JEE Mains, so you can easily short out from your syllabus so that you can concentrate on only needy chapters for JEE MAINS.
Physics
• Fluid Mechanics
• Circular Motion
• Gravitation
• Heat Transfer
• Calorimetry
• Thermal Expansion


Maths
• Inverse Trigonometric Functions
• Straight Lines and Pair of Straight Lines
• Solution of Triangle


Chemistry
• Hydrocarbons
• d & f Block Elements
• Hydrogen and its Compounds
• s-Block Elements
• Isomerism of Organic Compounds
• Environmental Chemistry
• Electrochemistry

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!

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