Time Table to crack IIT-JEE in 3 months

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Time Table to crack IIT-JEE in 3 months
Engineering Entrance , JEE Main , JEE Main & Advanced , academic , Exam Date and Pattern

 S.NO.

              MATHS

                     PHYSICS

                   CHEMISTRY

 DAY   01

Functions

 Electric Field and Potential

Bonding and Molecular structure

 DAY   02

Functions                                           

 Electric Field and Potential

Bonding and Molecular structure

 DAY   03

Limits

Gauss’s Theorem

Functional groups, Intermolecular forces and infrared spectroscopy

 DAY   04

Limits

Gauss’s Theorem

Functional groups, Intermolecular forces and infrared spectroscopy

 DAY   05

Continuity and Differentiability                                              

Capacitors

An introduction to organic reactions and their Mechanisms

 DAY   06

Continuity and Differentiability 

Capacitors

An introduction to organic reactions and their Mechanisms

 DAY   07

Differentiation

Electric Current

Nomenclature and Conformations of Alkanes

 DAY   08

Application of Derivatives

Electric Current

Nomenclature and Conformations of Alkanes

 DAY   09

Application of Derivatives

Thermal and Chemical Effects of Current

Stereochemistry

 DAY   10

Maxima and Minima

Magnetic Field

Stereochemistry

 DAY   11

Maxima and Minima

Magnetic Field

Reactions of Alkyl Halides

 DAY   12

Indefinite Integration

Magnetic Field due to Current

Reactions of Alkyl Halides

 DAY   13

Indefinite Integration

Magnetic Field due to Current

Alkenes and Alkynes-Part 1

 DAY   14

Indefinite Integration

Permanent Magnets

Alkenes and Alkynes-Part 1

 DAY   15

Definite Integration

Permanent Magnets

Alkenes and Alkynes-Part 2

 DAY   16

Definite Integration

Permanent Magnets

Alkenes and Alkynes-Part 2

 DAY   17

Definite Integration

Magnetic Properties of Matter

Reactions Involving Radicals

 DAY   18

Areas

EMI

Reactions Involving Radicals

 DAY   19

Differential Equations

EMI

Ethers and alcohols

 DAY   20

Differential Equations

EMI

Ethers and alcohols

 DAY   21

Differential Equations

Alternating Currents

Reactions Involving Alcohols and Carbonyl Compounds

 DAY   22

Theory of Equations

Alternating Currents

Reactions Involving Alcohols and Carbonyl Compounds

 DAY   23

Theory of Equations

Alternating Currents

Conjugated systems

 DAY   24

Progressions

Electro Magnetic Waves

Conjugated systems

 DAY   25

Progressions

Electro Magnetic Waves

Aromaticity and Aromatic Compounds

 DAY   26

Logarithms

Photo electric Effect and Wave Particle Duality

Aromaticity and Aromatic Compounds

 DAY   27

Matrices

Photo electric Effect and Wave Particle Duality

Reactions Involving Aromatic Compounds

 DAY   28

Matrices

Bohr’s Model and Physics of Atom

Reactions Involving Aromatic Compounds

 DAY   29

Determinants

Bohr’s Model and Physics of Atom

Aldehydes and Ketones-Part 1

 DAY   30

Determinants

X-Rays

Aldehydes and Ketones-Part 1

 DAY   31

Determinants

Semi-Conductors and Semi-Conductor Devices

Aldehydes and Ketones-Part 2

 DAY   32

Permutations

Semi-Conductors and Semi-Conductor Devices

Aldehydes and Ketones-Part 2

 DAY   33

Permutations

Semi-Conductors and Semi-Conductor Devices

Carboxylic Acids and Related Functional Groups

 DAY   34

Combinations

The Nucleus

Carboxylic Acids and Related Functional Groups

 DAY   35

Combinations

The Nucleus

β-Dicarbonyl Compounds

 DAY   36

Probability

Introduction to Physics,

Physics and Mathematics

β-Dicarbonyl Compounds

 DAY   37

Probability

Kinematics

Amines

 DAY   38

Probability

Kinematics

Amines

 DAY   39

Probability

Newton’s Laws of Motion

Phenols

 DAY   40

Complex Numbers

Newton’s Laws of Motion

Phenols

 DAY   41

Complex Numbers

Friction

Phenols

 DAY   42

Complex Numbers

Friction

Carbohydrates

 DAY   43

Complex Numbers

Friction

Carbohydrates

 DAY   44

Binomial Theorem

Circular Motion

Lipids

 DAY   45

Binomial Theorem

Circular Motion

Lipids

 DAY   46

Binomial Theorem

Circular Motion

Amino acids and Proteins

 DAY   47

Elemental Trigonometry

WPE

Amino acids and Proteins

 DAY   48

Elemental Trigonometry

WPE

Organic Analysis

 DAY   49

Elemental Trigonometry

WPE

Organic Analysis

 DAY   50

Solutions of Triangles

Centre of Mass

Atomic Structure

 DAY   51

Solutions of Triangles

Linear Momentum

Atomic Structure

 DAY   52

Solutions of Triangles

Collisions

Bonding

 DAY   53

Inverse Trigonometry

Rotatory Motion

Bonding

 DAY   54

Hyperbolic Functions

Rotatory Motion

Radioactivity

 DAY   55

Trigonometric Equations

Rotatory Motion

Radioactivity

 DAY   56

Trigonometric Equations

Gravitation

Solutions

 DAY   57

General 2-D

Gravitation

Solutions

 DAY   58

General 2-D

SHM

Thermodynamics

 DAY   59

General 2-D

SHM

Thermodynamics

 DAY   60

Straight Lines

SHM

Chemical Equilibrium

 DAY   61

Straight Lines

Fluid Mechanics

Chemical Equilibrium

 DAY   62

Circles & System of Circles

Fluid Mechanics

Ionic Equilibrium

 DAY   63

Circles & System of Circles

Fluid Mechanics

Ionic Equilibrium

 DAY   64

Circles & System of Circles

Mechanical Properties of Matter

Chemical Kinetics

 DAY   65

Circles & System of Circles

Mechanical Properties of Matter

Chemical Kinetics

 DAY   66

Parabola

Wave Motion on String

Electrochemistry

 DAY   67

Parabola

Wave Motion on String

Electrochemistry

 DAY   68

Ellipse

Sound Waves

Oxidation numbers & Balancing Redox Reactions

 DAY   69

Ellipse

Sound Waves

Gaseous & Liquid States

 DAY   70

Hyperbola

Sound Waves

Gaseous & Liquid States

 DAY   71

Hyperbola

Light Waves

Solid State

 DAY   72

Vectors

Light Waves

Solid State

 DAY   73

Vectors

Light Waves

Surface Chemistry

 DAY   74

Vectors

Ray optics

Surface Chemistry

 DAY   75

3-D

Ray optics

Acids and Bases

 DAY   76

3-D

Ray optics

Hydrogen and its compounds

 DAY   77

3-D

Ray optics

Alkali Metals and their Compounds

 DAY   78

                         Physical Optics

III A

 DAY   79

                         Physical Optics

IV A

 DAY   80

                        Practical Topics

V A

 DAY   81

                        Heat and Temperature

VI A

 DAY   82

                        Kinetic theory of Gases

VII A

 DAY   83

                        Calorimetry

Zero Group

 DAY   84

                        Laws of Thermodynamics

Transition Elements

 DAY   85

                        Specific Heat Capacities

Transition Elements

 DAY   86

                        Heat Transfer

Transition Elements

 DAY   87

                        Coordination Compounds and Organometallics

 DAY   88

                        Ores and Minerals

 DAY   89

                        Extractive Metallurgy

 DAY   90

                        Qualitative analysis

 DAY   91

                        Polymers

 DAYS      92 to 120

                                         REVISON

 DAYS

120 to 134

                                         MOCK TESTS

 April 10

                       Relax yourself and go to the exam centre and have a look at it to reduce tension  

 April 11

                                                           EXAM

IMPORTANT POINTS TO BE KEPT IN MIND:

1. Read atleast 6-8 hours a day.

2.We are aiming for IIT-JEE and Board exams, so don't worry even if u get less marks in pre-boards.

3.Try to complete the books which u have at present,don't buy many books and stress yourself.

4.Try to maintain this schedule as strictly as possible because if u miss any day in the schedule the whole time table changes.

5.Take a printout of this schedule and paste it in ur room, so that u can always be reminded about the work u have to do.

6.Make the necessary changes if u want to do.

source: self written

comments are invited


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Blazing goIITian

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26 Nov 2009 21:49:59 IST
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i cannot understand why these kind of stupid and meaningless articles are becoming so popular....this is real IITJEE preparation....not a Bollywood movie !

Scorching goIITian

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26 Nov 2009 22:11:38 IST
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i have posted this for those to revise the portion not to start learning the concepts

Blazing goIITian

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26 Nov 2009 22:38:52 IST
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gud for revision..but if u want to start from first ,this plan is highly impossible

Blazing goIITian

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27 Nov 2009 10:02:00 IST
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brillant

Cool goIITian

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4 Dec 2009 18:47:34 IST
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That's great I like it

Hot goIITian

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4 Dec 2009 19:05:10 IST
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oh my savior!!!where art thy gracious feet.....lemme touch them!!!

New kid on the Block

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18 Dec 2009 23:38:42 IST
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guys i totally agree with Debotosh Chatterjee, this guy is telling in a way as if all those who spent two years or one studying madly for iit are fools and he is the hero to crack jee in just 3 months SUCKER !!!!!!!!

Blazing goIITian

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19 Dec 2009 03:05:25 IST
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Well not gud at all..... Specially in case of maths.... Man it never takes more that 10-15 hrs for revision of whole calculus..... More time should be given to physics and chem..... Note: views are extremely personal.....

New kid on the Block

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9 Sep 2012 07:49:47 IST
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Thx.....my rank was 1223 and now I called as iitian... I crack iitjee in just 3 month

Hot goIITian

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26 Sep 2012 20:36:47 IST
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well...u have taken such a pain to write such a long article.hats off fr dat.....does it contain both 11th nd 12th sylabi?

Hot goIITian

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26 Sep 2012 20:40:19 IST
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akhil, i think in no way he is telling some one a fool or an intelligent person. both the terms are relative. fr ur kind info.its fr those who havent yet prepared and need a schedule fr their studies...i too need this. i frankly admit..



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