With less than two months to spare for JEE Main Exam 2019 January session, you must take a glimpse of how to prepare for JEE Main in 45 days. The study plan for JEE Main preparation is made by our educational experts who have appeared and cracked the examination before. On top of it, the schedule ensures that it doesn’t hamper your Class XII board exams preparation. As per the official notification by National Testing Agency (NTA), the first session of JEE Main will be held from 6th to 20th January 2019.
You have roughly 4045 days in your hand, but the best thing about our JEE Main strategy is that it will help you prepare for the board exam simultaneously. Just make sure you stick to this 45 days plan for JEE Main till the night before the exam. Let’s get started!
5 Things to remember before starting your JEE Main Preparation?
Follow the mentioned tips to make sure you are studying the smart way.

Study from Authentic Books:
Before sticking to this study plan, ensure that you study from the authentic books by reputed authors (For example HC Verma is one of the best books to study Physics).
 Class XII preparation is equally important:Also, focus on Class XII preparation from NCERT books. Ultimately, your Class 12th percentage determines whether you are eligible to appear for admission to IITs/NITs/CFTIs. The minimum required percentage to qualify in the JEE Main exam is 75%.
 Study every single day:Do not let go even a single day without the preparation as it will double up the number of topics the next day!

Save at least 1 hour for the hobby:
You are doing no justice to your body if you do not spend an hour on your most favorite thing each day. Spend some time playing outdoors if possible to relieve the stress.

Seek guidance from experienced candidates:
Always remember, “There’s no person wiser than an experienced one” as you get to know lots of strategies which a book can never teach you.
JEE Main 2019 Preparation: Last 45 Days
The mentioned JEE study plan will not only help the beginners but also the prepared candidates who are seeking the revision tips for JEE.
Week 1: Study the basic concepts of each section
Startoff your preparation for the JEE Main by studying the basic concepts which are covered within the first three units of the syllabus in each subject. For Example In Physics, the first three units (Units & Dimensions, Measurement of Errors & Vectors) will help you grasp all the basic formulas, derivations, and conversions. Follow the same strategy in Chemistry and Mathematics too.
Day  Physics  Chemistry  Mathematics 
Day 1  Units & Dimensions  Mole Concept  Limits & Derivatives 
Day 2  Measurement of Errors  Coordination Chemistry  Trigonometry 
Day 3  Vectors  Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers  Quadratic Equation 
Day 4  Kinematics  pBlock elements  Differentiation 
Day 5  Newton’s Laws of Motion  Atomic Structure  Vector Algebra 
Day 6  Friction  Gaseous State  Integration 
Day 7  It’s time to put your knowledge to test! Start solving questions of aforementioned topics from mock tests and sample question papers. Make sure you attempt each question within 1 minute 30 seconds. 
Week 2: Target most important topics and start revising the previous topics
Once you are wellversed with the basics of each subject, move on to studying the most important topics. Week 2 will be the most important session of JEE Main study plan as it will play the major role in scoring 100+ marks in all the three subjects.
Most Important topics of each section are covered in Week 2  
Day  Physics  Chemistry  Mathematics  Revision 
Day 8  Centre of Mass, Momentum & Collision  Hydrogen & its Compounds  Coordinate Geometry  Vector Algebra, Atomic Structure 
Day 9  Rotational Dynamics  sBlock Elements  Complex Number  Vectors, Atomic structure 
Day 10  Simple Harmonic Motion  Isomerism of Organic Compounds  Integral Calculus  Newton’s Law of Motion, Gaseous State 
Day 11  Fluid Mechanics  Solid State  P & C  Limits & Derivatives, Units & Dimensions 
Day 12  Bernoulli’s Principle  Environmental Chemistry  Binomial Theorem  pBlock elements, Differentiation 
Day 13  Wave Motion & String Waves  Chemical Kinetics  Circles  Quadratic Equation, Coordination Chemistry 
Day 14  Test your speed and accuracy by solving sample papers and mock tests. Focus solving questions from Week 2 topics as well as the previously revised topics. 
Week 3: Emphasise more on doing the revision
As of now, we have been following a pattern of one chapter a day in each subject. That means it will not be easier for you to grasp the whole information. Prefer doing the revision of topics covered in Week 1 & 2.
Revision of topics covered in Week 1 & 2  
Day  Physics  Chemistry  Mathematics 
Day 15  Measurement of Errors, Kinematics  Mole Concept, Coordination Chemistry  Coordinate Geometry, Integral Calculus 
Day 16  Rotational Dynamics, Simple Harmonic Motion  Atomic Structure, Gaseous State  Trigonometry, Quadratic Equation 
Day 17  Fluid Mechanics, Bernoulli’s Theorem  Hydrogen & Its Compounds, sblock elements  Binomial Theorem, P & C 
Day 18  Wave Motion & String Waves  Solid State, Chemical Kinetics  Circles & Complex Number 
Day 19  Centre of Mass & Collision  Isomerism of Organic Compounds, Environmental Chemistry  Differentiation, Integration 
Day 20  Any two of the above topics which you are still not clear with  pBlock elements, Alcohols, Phenols & Ethers  Limits & Derivatives 
Day 21  Keep solving the sample papers and mock tests every seventh day of the week to test your accuracy and speed. 
Week 4: Daywise Subject Plan (2 Fresh Topics + 1 Revised Topic)
By now, your half the preparation must be complete. Next, you will be following a daywise subject plan which will include two fresh topics and a previously revised topic.
Day  Subject  Topics 
Day 22  Physics  Nuclear Physics, Modern Physics, Kinematics 
Day 23  Chemistry  Electrochemistry, Solutions, sblock elements 
Day 24  Mathematics  Applications of Derivatives, Limit & Continuity, Coordinate Geometry 
Day 25  Physics  Heat & Thermodynamics, Work, Energy & Power, Fluid Mechanics 
Day 26  Chemistry  Carboxylic Acids and their derivatives, Amines, Hydrogen and its Compounds 
Day 27  Mathematics  Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Circles, and Family of Circles, Circles 
Day 28  Devote 2.5 hours each for all the three subjects by solving questions from mock tests and sample papers 
Week 5: Revise Week 1 & 4 topics
After a month of hardcore studying, ensure that you revise the basics and recently covered topics in Week 4. Choose two topics from Week 1 & the other two from Week 4
Revision of Topics covered in Week 1 & 4  
Day  Subject  Topics 
Day 29  Physics  Newton’s Law of Motion, Friction, Nuclear Physics, Modern Physics 
Day 30  Chemistry  Atomic Structure, Gaseous State, Electrochemistry, Solutions 
Day 31  Mathematics  Differentiation, Integration, Application of Derivatives, Limits & Continuity 
Day 32  Physics  Vectors, Kinematics, Heat & Thermodynamics, Work, Energy & Power 
Day 33  Chemistry  Carboxylic Acids and their derivatives, Amines, Alcohols, Phenols & Ethers, pBlock elements 
Day 34  Mathematics  Trigonometry, Limits & Derivatives, Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Circles, and Family of Circles 
Day 35  Devote 2.5 hours each for all the three subjects by solving questions from mock tests and sample papers 
Week 6: Study fresh topics on Day 36, 37, 38 only
Only 10 days to go before the JEE Main examination and you have to finish off a few fresh topics in first three days itself. Once you complete the new topics, save the last 7 days for full syllabus revision.
Day  Physics  Chemistry  Mathematics 
Day 36  Current Electricity  d & f Block Elements, Biomolecules  Straight Lines and Pair of Straight Lines, Trigonometric Ratios 
Day 37  Wave Optics  Aldehydes & Ketones, General Organic Chemistry  The solution of Triangles, Parabola 
Day 38  Ray Optics  Polymers, Metallurgy, Surface Chemistry, Chemistry in Everyday Life  Solve questions from the topics covered on Day 36, 37 
Day 39  Revise topics covered in Week 2 & Week 3  
Day 40  
Day 41  
Day 42  Solve questions from topics covered in Week 2 & Week 3 plus the questions from topics covered on Day 36, 37, 38 
JEE Main Examination: Work on your weak areas in the last 3 days
Do not study any fresh topics rather focus on solving questions from important topics. Do the complete revision for once and work on your weak areas. Also, revise all the formulas and take a quick look at all the notes prepared by you.
JEE Main Preparation for Droppers & Class XII Board Examinees
Students appearing in Class XII Board Exams
Study in 3 shifts every day:
PaperI will include questions from 3 subjects including Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. The best thing you can do is a study in three different shifts after school. On an average, a student appearing for both Class XII board & JEE Main spend 2 hours in coaching or taking tuitions. Therefore, you have roughly 56 hours left before you go for a good night sleep.
Spend 1 Hour on each subject daily (excluding coaching hours):
Sounds a bit tough! Considering preparation for both the competitive examinations, spending an hour on each subject is the most efficient and consistent strategy.
Dedicate your most inactive hour to Mathematics:
Prefer studying Mathematics in the last shift of the day. This is because it takes the least concentration of yours among the three subjects.
Study your weak subjects at your most energetic hour:
In case you are weak in Chemistry or Physics, it is recommended to focus on these subjects at the time when your concentration level is maximum.
For droppers (students who take a year break for the preparation after Class XII board exams)
You are certainly at a slight advantage of cracking the JEE Main Exam if you have taken a yearlong break. It leaves you ample amount of time to do the preparation plus you do not have to focus on Class XII board preparation.
Dedicate 2.5 hours to each subject daily:
As you are not going to school any longer, it gives you lots of time to invest in JEE exam preparation. Make sure you find at least 2.5 hours for each subject on a regular basis.
A study from NCERT books to strengthen your basics:
The only disadvantage a school passedout faces is that he is not in touch with the NCERT books. Studying from an NCERT book helps you improve your grip over the subject.
Do not get distracted from your goal:
It is usually seen that the droppers are prone to get distracted as compared to schoolgoers. Stay in good company and talk to people who can guide you during the preparation.
Best Books for JEE Main 2019 Exam
You must prefer studying from the following books mentioned in the table:
Physics
S.No  Name of Book  Author Name 
1  The concept of Physics Part 1 & 2  HC Verma 
2  IIT JEE Physics  D.C. Pandey 
3.  Physics for IIT JEE  Resnick, Halliday, Walker 
Chemistry
S.No  Name of Book  Author Name 
1  Organic Chemistry  Morrison Boyd. 
2  Inorganic Chemistry  O.P. Tandon 
3.  Numerical Chemistry  P. Bahadur 
Mathematics
S.No  Name of Book  Author Name 
1  IIT Mathematics  M.L. Khanna 
2  Higher Algebra  Hall & Knight 
3.  Differential Calculus  A Das Gupta 
This is certainly the best JEE Main study plan, stay dedicated and determined.
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