# How to prepare for JEE Mains and JEE Advanced: JEE new pattern

Prepare for JEE mains and advanced in proper manner not by messing up the syllabus. This JEE help video discusses the proper sequence of handling the IIT JEE syllabus. The proper method of IIT JEE preparation for students of class XI, class XII and droppers is discussed. With the new JEE pattern getting implemented from 2013, it is very important for students to get rid of all the confusion, and start their preparation as soon as possible. If the students who cleared class X exams this year, and are now moving to class XI, it is recommended that they start Maths first, i.e. during their summer vacations, because their minds are very fresh this time, and Maths is the basis of Physics as well. For JEE Algebra is the first unit that must be tackled. Start from the topics that you have already studied a bit in class X, i.e. start with quadratic equations, followed by Arithmetic Progression, Geometric Progression and Harmonic Progression. This must be followed by Permutation Combinations and then Binomial Expansion. Logarithmic Series and Exponential series must come next, and this must be followed by Complex numbers. Without a basic knowledge of maths, you cannot crack JEE Physics. Algebra syllabus must be followed by Trigonometry. Trigonometry is easy to understand, but must be studied from a very good source. You can start Physics preparation after this. The first topic of class XI Physics syllabus that must be studied is Units and Dimensions. Then Vectors and Scalars must be covered. The reason is that to understand the next topic, i.e. Kinematics, you must understand Vectors, and Vectors is handled only in class XII Maths. So if you understand just the basic concepts of Vectors before starting Motions in 1D and 2D, then you would get a great deal of help. After this, motion in 1D and 2D must be covered. Also, Kinematics requires an understanding of Differential and Integral Calculus, which also would be dealt as a part of Maths syllabus later, therefore you must study these topics of Calculus beforehand. After this Newton's laws of Motion, Work Power and Energy, Rotational Motion and Gravitation must be dealt with. Chemistry must be handled only after this. For IITJEE Chemistry, you must start with Atomic Structure, and then begin Periodicity followed by Bonding. After Bonding, you must come back to Periodicity. This should be followed by Physical Chemistry topics Ionic Equilibria, Chemical Equilibria etc. The Physical Chemistry syllabus now must be followed according to the NCERT books. In fact if you finish Electrostatics basics as well after finishing Gravitation in Physics syllabus, then you would get some help for Chemistry, especially Atomic Structure. And if you understand atomic structure well, then you can do periodicity well. Inorganic Chemistry must follow the completion of Physical Chemistry syllabus and Organic Chemistry must be the last unit a student must tackle. In the course of all this, students must continue to practice the questions of topics they have already covered in each subject.

In case of droppers, the same plan must be followed. Just the pace of execution of the plan needs to be more. Students already in class XII, who have strong understanding of class XI concepts can move on to the class XII syllabus after doing a quick revision of the class XI syllabus as explained in the JEE video help.

For simultaneous preparation of boards, finish solving the NCERT question well in time. NCERT solutions are available for help with this.

For students doing crash course of 2 to 4 months, the time is pretty less, so what they must do is that they should keep JEE syllabus in front of them, and follow it to just solve IIT papers of previous years. This is how they'll be able to somehow finish the syllabus. You must concentrate only on easy concepts in this case, because if you try to concentrate on more complicated topics, then you won't be able to finish it."

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