JEE Mains – Who Should Take Up This Test & What Is Needed To Crack?

Are you looking for the answer to the question of who should take up the JEE Mains test? You can find the answer to this question from www.way2college.com. This educational portal that gives comprehensive information about colleges, courses and career options, says that anybody, who wishes to get admission to the B. Tech course in any of the IITs in India, should get through this test.

Is JEE Main score enough for IIT Admission?

No, in addition to the JEE Main, you should also get through the JEE Advance. Way2College.com states that JEE Main score is accepted not just by IITs, but NITs and many other institutes also accept JEE Main Score. If you are particular about admission to the IITs, you should take up JEE Advance. Otherwise, you can use the JEE Main score for admission to the B. Tech course in other top engineering colleges in India.

What is needed to crack the test?

Mr Mukesh Maheshwari, who is a career counsellor and also the owner of the Way2College suggests that candidates should possess certain skills to crack the JEE Mains test. Here are certain things candidates should be aware of when they intend to crack the JEE Main as analysed by way2college.com and the Career expert Mr Mukesh Maheshwari.

A topic-wise analysis:

Here are the tables to show the topic-wise number of questions in physics, and chemistry subjects of JEE Main from 2015-2016:

Physics:

Topic 2015 2016 2017
Units, Dimensions, Errors, Experiments 1 2 1
Kinematics 1 0 1
New ton’s Laws and Friction 1 0 1
Work, Power & Energy 0 2 1
System of Particles 2 1 0
Gravitation, Rotational Mechanics 2 2 3
Properties of Matter 1 0 1
SHM, Oscillations 1 1 1
Mechanical Waves and Sound 1 2 0
Ray Optics, Wave Optics 3 3 3
Heat and Thermodynamics 3 3 4
Electrostatics 3 2 2
Current Electricity 2 2 4
Magnetism, Magnetic effects of current 3 2 1
EMI, AC and EM waves and Communication 4 3 2
Modern Physics 2 5 5

Chemistry:

Topic 2015 2016 2017
Atomic Structure and Classification 2 1 2
Chemical Bonding 1 1 1
Stoichiometry 1 1 2
States of Matter 1 1 1
Chemical & Ionic Equilibrium 1 1 1
Chemical Kinetics & Nuclear Chemistry 1 1 1
Chemical Thermodynamics 1 1 2
Solutions 1 1 1
Electrochemistry 1 1 1
General Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-I 3 6 3
Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-II 2 0 4
Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-III 1 1 2
Chemistry of Representative Elements 7 6 4
Transition Elements 3 2 1
Coordination Compounds & Organometallics 1 2 1
Surface Chemistry 0 1 1
Biomolecules 3 3 2

Conclusion:

If you are in your higher secondary, you are recommended to prepare right from your higher secondary books for all three papers. One of the important skills you should develop is the utmost concentration when you prepare for the JEE Main.

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