Don’t be afraid of not having good concepts, this is one of the most common problems faced by many aspirants who are preparing for JEE. You surely need strong concepts to crack the JEE exam but to build strong concepts you have to give time and dedication. You should not be comparing your preparation and concepts with other students. They also started from the same position. Building concepts
Building concepts work stepwise. You can just jump to questions of JEE level without having strong concepts. This will eventually decrease your confidence and affect your motive.
So, what you have to do is to go through all the NCERT Books. No matter how confident you are for yourself that you can easily do NCERT. Just read them, understand them, and learn them without leaving a single thing.
After you feel confident about it, go for basic level questions. Solving them will provide you the confidence you are lacking. Then go for goods books with more theory and depth such as HC Verma for Physics and RD Sharma for Maths etc. Then mater them also in the same way.
Slowly you will realize that you have more confidence in attempting questions than before. You will have the concepts you are searching for. So just cheer up and go for it. It is surely time taking but it will be an investment of time for all of your life.
Hope this will help you…!!
Best of Luck..!!
you can take help from the following tips & tricks to prepare for JEE Exams
- Understand the basic usage of formulas and concepts you have noted
- Make a fixed schedule
- Make a list of books and notes and study material you want to prepare from
- Make a complete sight on the syllabus for exams
- mark the important topics and read them first
- ask to your teachers if you get any doubt
- solve previous year questions for practice
- stay positive and work by heart don’t waste a single minute from now
You can Also take help from the following books for preparation as the Date of JEE Advanced 2018 is out
H.C VERMA for physics
DC PANDEY for class physics
Organic Chemistry -O.P tandon
Inorganic chemistry-JD Lee