The JEE Main 2022 is expected to be conducted by NTA for admission to Undergraduate Programs in NITs, IIITs and other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs), etc. in the next academic year (2022-2023) in four phases, namely February, March, April and May similar to last year.
Recently the Organising Committee of JEE Advanced 2023 announced changes in the JEE Advanced syllabi making it more aligned to the existing JEE Main Syllabus and CBSE Board but this would be applicable only from 2023. Aspirants of JEE 2022 need not worry as the Paper Pattern and Syllabus are likely to remain the same as 2021.
How to Prepare for JEE 2022?
*Keep the syllabus of JEE Main and Advanced ready and follow it till the exam.
*Refer the study material from authentic sources required for JEE preparation.
*Prepare a realistic timetable as per the time available
*Remove all unnecessary distractions and make a habit of studying every day at the same time.
*Make notes while studying any chapter, this will lessen your time during revision.
*Do homework/ assignments on time and avoid backlogs.
*Keep revising what you are studying.
*Practice Test Analysis after every Test you take and learn from mistakes.
*Stay disciplined and consistent.
*Keep time to take short breaks while you are preparing.
*You may practice meditation or Yoga for rejuvenation.
JEE 2022: Study Plan and Preparation Strategy
*Prepare and follow a daily study schedule covering all three subjects. Do not neglect any subject or give excessive time to one subject.
*First read the theory part and then practice problems. This helps to understand concepts in a better way. If you are not able to solve a problem, read the theory again and again till you get the feel of the topic.
*Do not leave any topic that you feel unimportant for the exam. Questions in JEE can be asked from any topic in the syllabus.
*If you lack interest in any subject, then first complete easier chapters and solve problems from them to gain the confidence for learning the difficult chapters.
*Study productively for long hours without lapsing concentration. Take small breaks between study sessions to maintain efficiency.
*Time management and your strategy of solving questions is the key to score well in JEE. It can be only achieved by serious dedicated practice and questions solving.
*Include problem solving in your daily study schedule. Have a realistic & specific goal, something like 20 problems a day and increase your difficulty gradually.
*Write notes along with your studies. You can add important points, shortcuts, formulas, reactions, mistakes, etc. Notes will help you in revision.
*Be regular and punctual in attending all your coaching classes (if you are enrolled in one) and try to maximize this opportunity to resolve all your doubts and queries.
*Avoid backlogs. Whatever is taught in the class, study the same thing from coaching modules after the class. Finish all your homework, assignments, daily practice papers and exercises on time. Don’t keep pending work.
*Keep on revising your learned topics. IIT-JEE preparation takes a lot of your time. You understand topics, solve problems and old concepts fade away from your mind. For efficient preparation, consistent revision is necessary. Daily revise important points before sleeping.
*Target small goals to achieve big results. The JEE syllabus looks huge at the start. You need to divide it in modules. Take up one topic at a time and accomplish the goals related to the topic; once that is over, move to the next topic in the syllabus.
*Keep a check on your performance. You need to give tests on a regular basis to check your knowledge, speed, accuracy and time management skills.
*Never feel depressed if you are unable to solve questions of a specific topic or a subject.
Put all your efforts and hard work to understand the theory and re-attempt the problems.