JEE Advanced 2023 – Preparation Tips

JEE Advanced 2023 Preparation Tips by Experts

The top 2,50,000 students in order of merit from JEE Main will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced 2023 entrance. The preparation strategy of JEE Advanced would be different from that of JEE Main as the difficulty level of questions would be high in this exam. Students are provided below with best preparation strategy recommended by experts blended with the experiences of previous year JEE Advanced toppers.

  • Students must go-through the previous year papers and syllabus to understand the difficulty level of exam and topics which need to be covered in preparation.

  • Practise the sample papers to analyse the preparation level and how much you need to work more on the preparation

  • Students are recommended to follow a comprehensive approach towards their study and build solid, strong concepts rather than rote learning

  • Students must focus on analytical parts of every topic as JEE Advanced exam has most questions in form of numericals

  • Candidates must practice and solve more numerical questions on a regular basis to make stronger grip on every topic.

  • A time table is a must in order to study and cover all the topics. There is so much to learn but due to less time, preparing in accordance to time table would be very fruitful. Devote proper time to every topic and stick to the plan

  • Students must select good books for the preparation. If students have made their own notes then it would be best.

  • Revision is a must to make strong hold on every topic. Regularly revise all the topics which you study.

  • IIT Delhi will release the mock test before the exam which will be like an exact replica of exam. Students must practise the mock test to analyse their performance

  • Make small notes for important topics to revise them on-the-go.

  • Take proper sleep and food, avoid staying awake late at night.

Understanding JEE Advanced Exam – What and How to Study

Every exam has its certain implications derived out of the previous year papers and the topics which are covered for making the question paper. If we look and analyse the exam from the perspective of the type of questions which have been asked in past years, one would conclude that every questions require conceptual understanding of topics to answer them.

Moreover, most questions are analytical requiring good numerical ability to arrive at a solution. As we know that JEE Advanced is one of the toughest exams, preparing for it to secure good marks requires an early start and regular study. Secondly conceptual understanding of topics and building analytical and numerical ability is a must.

What Previous Year Toppers Say about their JEE Advanced Preparation

The previous year toppers of JEE Advanced says they began their preparation right with the preparation of JEE Main. As the syllabus of JEE Advanced include topics which are covered in JEE Main, making a little extra effort to start preparing early for the exam brings good result. Most toppers says they referred previous year papers to get a clear idea about the exam and practised sample papers to know how much effort they need to make in their preparation.

Studying regularly is the best practise to make a strong-hold on concepts and practise as much numerical questions as you can to make concepts clearer. Students also says that practise of mock test is a must do for every aspirant as it helps analyse their preparation level and understand their strong and weak areas.

Pranav Goel, the JEE Advanced 2018 AIR 1 says he use to study for nine hours a day regularly. I focused more on building strong concepts and regular study.

MSK Manohar, AIR 5 in JEE Advanced 2018 says he began the preparation for exam from class 11. For me, building strong concept and practising numerical questions was the main strategy in preparation. I use to study regularly and devout proper time for activities to relax the mind.