JEE Main April 2019: Best Study Plan To Secure Top Rank In AIR
Reappearing for JEE Main 2019 in April month? Want to score 250+ NTA Score in JEE Main April 2019? Get the 60 days study schedule for including theory, important formulae & concepts, numerical questions and previous years’ questions papers. We have divided the complete plan into weekly schedules so that JEE aspirants (either fresher or appeared) can complete the entire syllabus within the time. Every week we will add the new schedule so that you can keep eye on your progress. This plan will definitely boost your score in JEE Main 2019 April exam. The National Testing Agency (NTA) has already conducted first session of JEE Main 2019 between 8 January and 12 January in two shifts each day. For the first time, the engineering aspirant are allowed to appear again for JEE Main exam to improve their performance. Appeared students need not to worry about their score of January session as the best of the two NTA scores of all candidates appeared in Jan and April 2019 will be considered for making JEE Main Rank List 2019.
JEE Main Question Papers 2019 (For all shifts of January Session)
JEE Main 2019: Analysis and Review of Paper I (9, 10, 11 and 12 January, All Shifts)
JEE Main 2019: Analysis and Review Paper II 8 January (All Shifts)
JEE Main 2019: Schedule of Second Week (8^{th} Feb to 14^{th} Feb)
Days 
Mathematics 
Chemistry 
Physics 
Day 1 (Theory) 
Sets (NCERT & NCERT Exemplar) 

Day 2 (Theory) 
Relations and Functions (NCERT & NCERT Exemplar) (Class 11) 
Kinematics I (Motion in a straight line) 

Day 3 (Theory) 
Relations and Functions (NCERT & NCERT Exemplar) (Class 12) 
Kinematics II (Motion in a plane) 

Day 4 (Important Formulae and Concepts) 

Day 5 (Numerical Questions) 

Day 6 

Day 7 
Revision 
Revision 
Revision 
JEE Main 2019: Free Online Mock Test Series by NTA, Know how to attempt
JEE Main 2019: Schedule of First Week (1^{st} Feb to 7^{th} Feb)
Days 
Mathematics 
Chemistry 
Physics 
Day 1 (Theory) 
Continuity and Differentiability (NCERT Book, NCERT Solution & NCERT Exemplar) 

Day 2 (Theory) 
Application of Derivatives (NCERT Book, NCERT Solution & NCERT Exemplar) 

Day 3 (Theory) 
Permutations and Combinations (NCERT Solution) 

Day 4 (Important Formulae and Concepts) 
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure The pBlock Elements 

Day 5 (Numerical Questions) 
Continuity and Differentiability Application of Derivatives Permutations and Combinations 
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure The pBlock Elements 
Motion in a Plane 
Day 6 

Day 7 
Revision 
Revision 
Revision 
We will also provide you some questions which will help you to test your understanding. Students should attempt these questions to check their progress.
Why is it the best study plan?
In this study plan we have focussed on the all parts which are very important in order to crack JEE Main 2019 exam. Let us study about these parts in detail.
(a) Theory:
Theory part is very important for any examination. Around 60% of the questions directly come from theory part. According to JEE Main Toppers’, NCERT books are sufficient to score descent marks in JEE Main exam.
(b) Important Formulae and Concepts:
We use formula for expressing information symbolically in a concise way. Sometimes students are not able to put the given values in the formula and reason for this is not having the proper understanding of the formula. Therefore, learn the formula properly and also the application of the formula directly as well as indirectly.
(c) Numerical questions:
To crack JEE Main exam, students must have all the formulae on their finger tips. By only practicing more and more numerical questions we can memories the formula.
(d) Previous years’ question papers:
After completing all the things i.e., theory, important formulae and practicing numerical questions, what is next? The next you have to check your knowledge and preparation on daily basis. For this you can solve previous year questions, different online test and mock test to check your progress.
All the study material provided here are in PDF format, students can read these files on their mobiles and desktop.
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