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JEE Main 2020 Toppers: Tips and Strategies

India is at the pinnacle of producing engineers every year. With intense competition around, it is a given to be among the top to survive the contest of becoming engineers. The path to follow to reach your goal is JEE Main. So if you want to be a topper in JEE Main, then you are on the right page. So let’s go through some tricks and tips to crack the exam and delve deep into the details.

Currently, NTA is conducting JEE main in two sessions. The first session completed in January: and the second session has been postponed due to the recent outbreak of  COVID-19. The exam has two papers to be solved, which is mostly computer-based. Students appearing for B.Arch papers have to attempt pen and paper-based mode of questions.

JEE Main Preparation Tips by JEE Main Toppers

JEE main toppers from the JEE Main 2020 January session have shared their preparation strategy.

Chagari Koushal Kumar Reddy

  • JEE Main 2020 NTA Score: 100 Percentile
  • Prep Strategy: To have a clear grasp of the basics of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics by following NCERT with other books for solving higher-level problems.

Landa Jitendra

  • JEE Main 2020 NTA Score: 100 Percentile
  • Prep Strategy: Study material provided by the coaching and mastering the concepts of NCERT books fetched him this score. The school and coaching helped him to manage well between board exams and JEE Main 2020 preparation.

Divyanshu Agarwal

  • JEE Main 2020 NTA Score: 100 Percentile
  • Prep Strategy: Self-study in a day for 8-9 hours is his mantra, which helped him in scoring the highest marks.

Nishant Agarwal

  • JEE Main 2020 NTA Score: 100 Percentile
  • Prep Strategy: He has been preparing from the very start to get a very good score in JEE Main. Mentors played a pivotal role in clearing all the doubts and motivated him to do well in the exam.

Kunwar Preet Singh

  • JEE Main 2020 NTA Score: 99.99 Percentile
  • Prep Strategy: Regular studies and revision was his game plan and it paved well; which helped him score well in JEE Main. Appearing in computer-based mock tests will also help to perform well in the exam.

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JEE Main Toppers Tips and Strategies

Topic-wise Recommended Books

Physics

Book Title Author
Concepts of Physics Volume I and II H.C.Verma
Fundamentals of Physics Halliday, Resnick and Walker
Problems in General Physics I.E.Iridov

Mathematics

Book Title Author
Trigonometry S.L.Loney
Higher Algebra Hall and Knight
Maths XI and XII NCERT
Co-ordinate Geometry S.L.Loney
Problems in Calculus of One Variable I.A.Maron

Chemistry

Book Title Author
Numerical Chemistry P.Bahadur
Organic Chemistry Morrison and Boyd
Organic Chemistry Paula Brice
Inorganic Chemistry J.D.Lee

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Weightage of Topics in each Paper is as follows

Physics

Name of the Topic Expected Number of Questions in JEE Main April 2020 Expected Marks
Optics 2 08
SHM & Waves 3 12
Heat & Thermodynamics 4 16
Modern Physics 3 12
Mechanics 5 20
Electrodynamics 8 32

Chemistry

Name of the Chapter Topics to be Covered Expected Number of Questions Expected Marks
Organic Chemistry Oxidation & Hydrolysis, Reduction, Grignard Reagent, Environmental Chemistry, Carbonyl Compounds, Polymers, Amino Acids, Carbohydrates, Biomolecules, Aromatic Compounds, Reaction Mechanism 10 40
Physical Chemistry – 1 Thermochemistry, Thermodynamics, Mole Concept, Ionic Equilibrium, Nuclear Chemistry, Atomic Structure 07 28
Physical Chemistry – 2 Surface Chemistry, Solution & Colligative Properties, Solid State, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinematics 05 20
Inorganic Chemistry S-Block, Periodic Table & Periodicity in Properties, Chemical Bonding 05 20

Mathematics

Name of the Topic Expected Number of Questions Expected Marks
Trigonometry 02 08
Matrix and Determinants 02 08
Probability 02 08
Matrix and Determinants 02 08
Co-Ordinate Geometry 02 08
Integral Calculus 04 16
Differential Calculus 07 28

Single questions from the following topics to be expected-

  1. Trigonometric Ratios
  2. Parabola
  3. Complex Numbers
  4. Integration
  5. Vector Algebra
  6. Probability and Statistics
  7. 3D Geometry
  8. Sequence and Series
  9. Circles and Family of Circles
  10. Inverse Trigonometric Functions

JEE Main 2020 – Toppers of January session

JEE main conducted in January 2020 produced 9 toppers with 100 percentile.

S. No. Candidates Name State Code of Eligibility
1. Landa Jitendra Andhra Pradesh
2. Thadavarthi Vishnu Sri Sai Sankar Andhra Pradesh
3. Nishant Agarwal Delhi (NCT)
4. Nisarg Chadha Gujarat
5. Divyanshu Agarwal Haryana
6. Akhil Jain Rajasthan
7. Parth Dwivedi Rajasthan
8. Rongala arun Siddhartha Telangana
9. Chagari Koushal Kumar Reddy Telangana

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JEE Main Preparation Tips by Experts

Know the layout of the battle-field- Try solving as many mock papers as possible. It will provide an insight into which topics the student can solve and the sessions that need extra work. Thus the students can find their Achilles heel and turn it into armor. Students can attempt JEE Main mock tests from 9:00 a.m to 12:00 p.m and from 2:00 p.m to 5:00 p.m.

Repetition is the key to success– More you solve the question papers; proportionately your confidence will grow in facing the exams and facing it. To help the students practice, NTA has setup Test Practice centers.

Revisit and Revise- Inculcating knowledge is what a student stresses on. But what they forget is, it is equally important to be able to recall and reproduce it. Set the weekends aside to repeat the study of topics covered during the week and revise it. End of the month, evaluate how well you have studied and understood the topics covered. Hence, it will enable the student to recall well and apply the right knowledge in the exam.

Less is more- With less hand in time, it is slightly tedious to cover voluminous books with exams at the corner. Flashcards and short notes are a student’s best friend at this point. Summarizing the topics, in brief, will enable students to revise well and also cover formulas and other important topics. This handy tool will prove to be a smart choice of revision at the last stage of preparation for the exam.

Health is wealth- One key component to being kept in mind is health. In the throes of preparation, health is in a back burner. Students tend to ignore that a sound body leads to a sound mind. Eating the right food and hydrating yourself provides good fuel to the brain. Negative stress has never been any good and never will be. Practice meditation and visualizing your destination for a smooth and happy journey.

Know your enemy, know your sword– What syllabus the exam entails is tackling half the battle. Familiarize yourself with the contents of JEE Main 2020. Categorize your strengths and weakness based on the outlined course of study. Deciding how much time to be spent on a topic would be easy.

Bow and arrow– Knowing the syllabus will not suffice. Prepare yourself with the exam pattern in mind. Candidates appearing for this exam have to surf through the earlier question papers to be mentally prepared. So, knowing the syllabus and exam pattern will set you ahead in the battle.

Game Plan- The books we refer will be the game-changer. Humans are confusing souls. Too many options and our brain will go hazy. Sticking to a few reference books is the goal here. Starting with basics is the first step, and there’s only one way to go about this. It is NCERT. I can’t stress enough the importance of NCERT. NCERT is the basic template on which you can elevate by studying additional reference books.

Read through and perfect the running notes which you have jotted down. If you have a coaching center material, then it is a bonus.

Knowing topic-wise weightage will save a lot of time. It will be a great help for students to chart out their study plan and follow it through and through.