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How to Prepare for IIT JEE Physics

28/12/2020 0 0

Hello Dear Students, In this article, we'll talk about a practical and achievable strategy to Score High Marks in IIT JEE PHYSICS.
First of all, let me clear it; the number of books finished doesn't matter how many of them you can retain and are frequently revising. And, be aware that initially, you might think that you will complete and revise every popular book available in the market but, that's not possible. Sorry.
Start with basics, pick up any good book that has most of the topics related to the syllabus, and STICK to that. No Book can cover every type of subject and all variety of questions, and that's why your notes come into play.
For Basics Books I would suggest anyone book like B.M Sharma(Cengage)/Ashish Arora(Physics Galaxy), D.C Pandey or D.C Gupta or any other branch wise written books. I would recommend D.C Gupta because it is covering most of the topics and is priced very low (Spending more money doesn't guarantee a seat in IIT JEE, if you are excited to spend a lot I will request you to sponsor a child's education/books/study material. Their blessings might help you a bit)
And why notes? Because these are the things that are going to be your best book after the end of preparation. From your essential sourcebook, read a topic, and write it down in a precise(no copy-pasting) manner in your notes. Do not write down formulae only, instead try to note the steps involved in derivation because JEE understands matters. And, after that go through your Question Sets that could be from your coaching material, Tutor Marked Assignments(TMA), Test Series, or any other book like H.C.VERMA(HCV), Previous Year Questions(PYQ), Advanced Problems in Physics(Balaji Pub.), Arihant's Books, etc. While solving questions initially, you might be getting stuck in many of the problems. That's Completely normal, and the majority of students suffer from that, the point that you should note here is Improvement is a cyclic process. You can't improve yourself in one go.
Whenever there's a question that is bothering you, try to look for solutions and its concept. If you had studied that concept and noted it down in your notes, go there and highlight that you don't forget that next time, and if you haven't learned that concept, just note it down now and try to solve it again after a few days. When you are doing this, have faith in yourself. Every prodigy you see in your class/coaching/friend circle is 100% backed up by some EXTRA help; he might be taking coaching for coaching, he might be getting help from their IITian parents, Didi or Bhaiya. I could promise you that you would also achieve the same if you had equal access to resources. But, life is not equal and fair for everyone. All you can do is keep learning, improving, and sustaining the momentum. I repeat: do not go behind too many books.
Also, I have seen some students try to finish the same topic from multiple books for that extra safety, that's downright lethal!. Focus on 3-4 books, including NCERT and Exemplars and finish the book by the book. Like first go for your essential Source then NCERT then Exemplar and finally your Question Sets-PYQ-TMA. If there's a test approach, you can cover a single chapter from your 3-4 books. For example, if you finish Newton's Laws of Motion for a test from D.C Gupta then go for HCV then NCERT then Exemplar, and finally to PYQ and assume this chapter is finished now. If you keep adding sources, you can't tell your brain that you've finished that chapter and eventually you'll have low confidence. I hope you're getting my point.
Let me wrap it up, Stick to a few resources, keep writing and updating your notes. Have faith in yourself but don't be careless either. Don't try to build targets that require superhuman capabilities like I will finish NLM, Gravitation, Rotational, and WEP in one week. Sounds funny and stupid, right? But, I've seen those species also.
Finally, if you need help from me, I am always available offline/online and for any suggestions/questions, feel free to ask.
All the Best and luck doesn't matter. The probability of zero doesn't mean an impossible event.
Sunil Yadav

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