F ollow the below mentioned tips to prepare without coaching :-
complete the syllabus with major focus on building crystal clear concept
as good command over concepts are required to solve questions asked in the examination of jee and wbjee
- Take the help of YouTube videos and other online sources to understand difficult topics and concepts
Some of the top books which you can follow for your preparation is provided below:-
- Concepts of physics Vol I and II by HC Verma
- Problems in General Physics by I.E Irodov
- Objective questions on physics by DC Pandey
- Maths XI and XII by RD Sharma
- Complete mathematics for JEE Main TMH
- New pattern mathematics for JEE mains/advanced by Arihant publications
- Ncert Chemistry for class XI and XII
- Physical Chemistry by OP Tondon
- Numerical Chemistry by P.Bahadur
- Organic chemistry by OP Tondon
Make a routine or a time table
and try to give at least 8 hours to studies and out of that 8 hours you need to devote at least 4 hours in solving numericals and mcqs
- Practice at least 100 numericals or mcqs after completing each chapter to have good command over concepts
- Revise :- there's no point of preparing for the exam if you couldn't recall anything in the examination hall, so you should stress on revision as well.
- Solve previous year question papers and mock test papers for your jee mains and wbjee ;- You should solve these , it will give you idea of types of questions asked and their difficulty level and will help you a lot.
Good luck for your preparation
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Ofcourse you can prepare for jee mains and WBJEE at home without coaching but for that you need to be very much consistent, hard working and have to be self motivated. Following are the tips for you
1. There are three subjects you have to prepare which is PCM. Try to have a look at the previous year paper pattern.
2. Maths is an important section and in order to solve it just solve books like NCERT, RD SHARMA.
2. CHEMISTRY it's the most scoring so for this NCERT is enough though you can refer standard books like P bahadur, ms chauhan, op tondon.
3. Physics is a subject which hunts a lot of students so just stick with HC Verma and NCERT you can refer pradeep for theory.
Before at least 2 months from the exam complete the syllabus at least 90% and start practicing mocks.
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Prefer NCERT to build your basic concept and make sure you do each and every example and exercise questions of Ncert before jumping to a reference book after completing ncert thoroughly refer to the supplement books as mentioned below -
Concept of physics by HC VERMA
OP TONDON CHEMISTRY
Rd Sharma Mathematics
Arihant practice book for jee main.
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