The answer to this question may vary from person to person. For me during revising physics, I first read through books like HC Verma, Resnick Halliday and sometimes University Physics (my teacher recommended it.) and then go through class notes and solve the class questions again altogether.
I then go over NCERT back problems (some of them are highly conceptual). After that I move on for solving questions. First I personally solve, my coaching sheet which is very JEE specific, and I mark the questions with stars (for future revisions). For some topics like Rotational Motion, I solved the star-ed questions twice.
Now, I start doing H.C. Verma and D.C Pandey. I take their doubts and ask them to my teacher the next day. Until and unless I get all my doubts cleared, I do not progress further. Once done, I move to solve DPPs from Resonance and my own Bansal Classes and mark the questions as usual, take doubts and get them cleared.
Final steps, that I do is to solve past year (1979-2018) papers, and solve them multiple times (tough ones). Mark their doubts, and then either read their solution or leave them to be attempted after a few days. Irodov & Krotov are to be done at the last as they offer multi-concepts problems which take up a lot of time.
I followed this pattern for 4 chapters of physics, and trust me it takes a lot of time. for eg: following this for Rotational motion took me 13-14 days but as a result, i feel very confident about that chapter.