Techniques Of Effective Revision

Remember, revision is not something that starts in the end of academic sessions rather it what you do daily. It starts very first day when you learn something new. Everything that is taught in your class needs to be revised on the very same day. Many a times, we tend to miss out on writing some points when the teacher speaks. It is best to pen them down when they are still fresh in memory.

             Techniques to Revise Effectively

while going for revisions keep following points in mind.

1. It is always better to prepare a revision schedule on daily basis and after making the schedule, it is must to process the will to abide by that.

2. It is not necessary to revise large number of chapters, topics every day.

3. Revision must be slow and steady. It must be in the order to get firm grip on all types of questions asked on that topic.

4. Here a huge difference between revision and repetition, again and again learning the same thing makes something boring on that topic always try to add something new in your notes.

5. Revise as many times as possible the entire syllabus.

6. Once you revise try to answer a previous question paper to see your progress.

7. Some subjects may not be liked by us but try to accept that they are to be mastered for good scoring.

8. Use some notes or books or study material for all the revisions because the page of the book also strikes in memory during answering the question asked.

9. There is no substitute for hard preparation and excitement in revision.

10. The difference between mugging and understanding is that, mugging is a memorizing aspect while understanding is releasing the facts about the subject or topic with its related prior knowledge.

Last but not the least you are the best to know the your situation, analyze it thoroughly and work out the best method for your revision. Think for yourself, you are mature enough to organize to your study plan. Use your discretion to judge what will work for you and what will not.


Why Revision Of Subject Is Important

Human Mind is very complicated and have an unlimited capacity to learn, which is almost similar in all of us but Inspite of such a huge capacity most of us deliver or perform only up to average or near about levels. In this world there are some extra ordinary performances. Words like success, toppers, performer, best performer etc., are associated with these very few persons only. But these few persons are not only performers, they are also an example of hard work. Do you know what makes these different? what they have which most of us do not have? when we go for the answers of these questions, one sentence strikes always in my mind, " Toppers are in the habit of doing things differently." Here surely the word differently has the art of revision or reconciliation of learning in its basis especially for the toppers of entrance examinations.

    Why Revision Of Subject Is Important

Revision plays a prominent role in preparation of school, college or other entrance exams. once syllabus is covered, revision is a mandatory requirement for better scoring in exams and also for entrance exams like JEE (Main). If one had not covered 100% of syllabus but only 70% or so, still he has to revise what syllabus has been covered. It may even be useless to have covered vast syllabus and going for test exams without proper revision. Because, all that vast topics one has covered might have erased out of memory or less remembered, thus, require reconciliation to deliver properly.
Further more, revision has certain qualities like...

1. The more number of times you revise the better is your confidence and scoring chances.

2. You get further clarity, thought, understanding and also interest in the subject or topic you study by revision.

3. Revision enhances memory of the subject in terms of formulas, structures, diagrams.

4. It gives command over the topics which are complex, vaguely or incompletely known to you. Your standards may rise to the extent that you may be able to derive the formula you forget just before answering.

5. Revision increases rate of problem solving, your ability to answer the number of problems of maths, physics, chemistry etc. in limited amount of time. This helps you to buy time to answer more questions in the given time and also think of ways to solve unanswerable questions.

If you think all the attributes mentioned above due to revision are required then one might not ask why revision is necessary for success in the exams.

Five Success Mantras For Students

1. Talk regularly to your parents, about what you think? what you like? what you want to do? what is your skills? what is your Dream? all these things are very important for moving your life into next stage. Many aspirants find refuse from parental pressure by reducing communication with them, but instead one must involve in regular interactions. This will help a lot.

2. Always make your parents as a part of your academics because they has a lot of experience of life not academics but it matters. Never lied to them about anything. Even tell them you are below par performances and try to accept your failures as your inspiration and motivation.

3. Always try to listen your parents very carefully and at that time you may put your views also but in assertive manner only. By doing this you will analyse that what your parents expect from you, and are you going in that way to fulfill them.

4. There is major possibility that the views of your parents and you may not match because every parent thinks that his child is very good in each subjects. You have to tell your parents that i am weak in this subject and ask for extra help. By doing this you will well prepared for future Exams. So as a parent it is their duty to listen and understand his perception about this subject too.

5. Most of your views may contradict with your parents. This may be due to generation gap or anything else. Try to be open with your parents. Discuss your problems openly to seek this guidance and support.


JEE Main Maths Syllabus

JEE Main is very important engineering entrance exam for aspirants, who are seeking for government engineering college for higher education. we have done a research from 2013 to 2015 on Maths question paper of Joint entrance examination (main) and also from official information bulletin of (jeemain.nic.in) and find most important topics and chapters.
JEE Main Maths Syllabus is given below:
Algebra: Sets relations & functions, De-Morgan's Law, Mapping Inverse relations, Equivalence relations, Peano's axioms, Definition of rationals and integers through equivalence relation, Indices and surds, Solutions of simultaneous and quadratic equations, A.P., G.P. and H.P., Special sums i.e. Un2 and Un3 (nUN ), Partial fraction, Binomial theorem for any index, exponential series, Logarithm and Logarithmic series. Determinants and their use in solving simultaneous linear equations, Matrices, Algebra of matrices, Inverse of a matrix, Use of matrix for solving equations.
Probability: Definition, Dependent and independent events, Numerical problem on addition and
multiplication, theorem of probability.
Trigonometry: Identities, Trigonometric equations, properties of triangles, solution of triangles, heights and distances, Inverse function, Complex numbers and their properties, Cube roots of unity, De-Moivre's theorem.
Co-ordinate Geometry: Pair of straight lines, Circles, General equation of second degree, parabola, ellipse and hyperbola, tracing of conics.
Calculus: Limits & continuity of functions, Differentiation of function of function, tangents & normal, Simple examples of Maxima & Minima, Indeterminate forms, Integration of function by parts, by substitution and by partial fraction, definite integral, application to volumes and surfaces of frustums of sphere, cone and cylinder. Differential equations of first order and of first degree.
Vectors : Algebra of vectors, scalar and vector products of two and three vectors and their applications.
Dynamics : Velocity, composition of velocity, relative velocity, acceleration, composition of accelerations, Motion under gravity, Projectiles, Laws of motion, Principles of conservation of momentum and energy, direct impact of smooth bodies.
Statics: Composition of coplanar, concurrent and parallel forces moments and couples resultant of set of coplanar forces and condition of equilibrium, determination of centroid in simple cases, Problems involving friction.
Complex Numbers: Complex number system - conjugate, properties, ordered pair
representation. Modulus – properties, geometrical representation, polar form,
principal value, conjugate, sum, difference, product, quotient, vector interpretation, solutions of polynomial equations, De-Moivre’s theorem and its applications. Roots of a complex number - nth roots, cube roots, fourth roots.
Differential Calculus: Derivative as a rate measurer - rate of change, velocity,
acceleration, related rates, derivative as a measure of slope, tangent, normal and angle between curves, maxima and minima. Mean value theorem - Rolle’s Theorem, Lagrange Mean Value
Theorem, Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s series, L’ Hospital’s Rule, stationary points, increasing, decreasing, maxima, minima, concavity, convexity and points of inflexion.
Errors and approximations – absolute, relative, percentage errors - curve tracing, partial derivatives, Euler’s theorem.
Differential Equations: Differential equations - formation of differential equations,
order and degree, solving differential equations (1st order), variables separable, homogeneous and linear equations. Second order linear differential equations - second order linear
differential equations with constant co-efficients, finding the particular integral if f (x) = emx, sin mx, cos mx, x, x2.
JEE Main Maths Syllabus

JEE Main Chemistry Syllabus

JEE Main is very important engineering entrance exam for aspirants, who are seeking for government engineering college for higher education. we have done a research from 2013 to 2015 on Chemistry question paper of Joint entrance examination (main) and also from official information bulletin of (jeemain.nic.in) and find most important topics and chapters.
JEE Main Chemistry Syllabus is given below:
Atomic Structure: Bohr's concept. Quantum numbers, Electronic configuration, molecular orbital theory for homonuclear molecules, Pauli's exclusion principle.
Chemical Bonding: Electrovalency, co-valency, hybridization involving s,p and d orbitals hydrogen
Redox Reactions: Oxidation number, oxidising and reducing agents, balancing of equations.
Chemical Equilibrium and Kinetics: Equilibrium constant (for gaseous system only) Le Chaterlier's principle, ionic equilibrium, Ostwald's dilution law, hydrolysis, pH and buffer solution, solubility product, common-ion effect, rate constant and first order reaction.
Acid - Base Concepts: Bronsted Lowry & Lewis.
Electrochemistry: Electrode potential and electro-chemical series.
Catalysis: Types and applications.
Colloids: Types and preparation, Brownian movement, Tyndall effect, coagulation and peptization.
Colligative Properties of Solution: Lowering of vapour pressure, Osmotic pressure, depression of freezing point, elevation of boiling point, determination of molecular weight.
Periodic Table: Classification of elements on the basis of electronic configuration, properties of s,p and d block elements, ionization potential, electronegativity & electron affinity.
Preparation and Properties of the following: Hydrogen peroxide. copper sulphate, silver nitrate,
plaster of paris, borax, Mohr's salt, alums, white and red lead, microcosmic salt and bleaching powder, sodium thiosulphate.
Thermochemistry: Exothermic & endothermic reactions Heat of reaction, Heat of combustion & formation, neutralisation, Hess's law.
General Organic Chemistry: Shape of organic compounds, Inductive effect, mesomeric effect, electrophiles & nucleophiles, Reaction intermediates: carboniumion, carbanions & free radical, Types of organic reactions, Cannizzaro Friedel Craft, Perkin, Aldol condensation.
Isomerism: Structural, Geometrical & Optical
IUPAC: Nomenclature of simple organic compounds.
Polymers: Addition & condensation polymers
Corbohydrates: Monosaccharides.
Preparation and Properties Of the Followings: Hydrocarbons, monohydric alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, monocarboxylic acids, primary amines, benzene, nitrobenzene, aniline, phenol, benzaldehyde, benzoic acid, Grignard Reagent.
Solid State: Structure of simple ionic compounds, Crystal imperfections (point defects only), Born-Haber cycle.
JEE Main Chemistry Syllabus

JEE Main Physics Syllabus

JEE Main is very important engineering entrance exam for aspirants, who are seeking for government engineering college for higher education. we have done a research from 2013 to 2016 on physics question paper of Joint entrance examination (main) and also from official information bulletin of (jeemain.nic.in) and find most important topics and chapters. From our Research, we have made a report on Physics Syllabus Of Joint Entrance Examination.

Note: The JEE (Main) Physics syllabus contains two sections A and B. Section A pertains to the theory part, having 80% weightage, while Section B contains Practical Part component (Experimental Skills) having 20% weightage.

           JEE Main Physics Syllabus (Section A)

Unit 1. Physics and Measurement:
Physics, Technology and Society, SI units, Fundamental and Derived units, Least count, Accuracy, and precision of measuring Instruments, Errors in measurement, Significant figures.
Dimensions Of Physical Quantities, Dimensional analysis and its applications.

Unit 2. Kinematics:
Frame of reference, Motion in straight Line, Position time graph, speed and velocity with graph, uniform and non uniform motion, scalars and vectors, vector applications.

Unit 3. Laws of Motion:
Force and inertia, Newton's laws of motion, and their significance, impulse, momentum.
Motion in two dimensions: Projectile motion, uniform circular motion, tangential and radial acceleration in curve-linear motion, relative motion and relative acceleration.

Unit 4. Work, Power and Energy:

Work done by a constant and variable forces, kinetic and potential energy, power, Conservative and non conservative forces, conservation of energy, gravitational energy, work energy theorem, potential energy stored in a spring.

Unit 5. Rotational Motion:

Linear momentum & impulse, conservation of linear momentum for two particle system, collisions, collision in one dimension, collision in two dimension, rocket propulsion, Angular velocity and angular acceleration, rotational kinematics, rotational motion with constant angular acceleration relationship between angular and linear quantities, rotational energy, moment of inertia for a ring, rod, spherical shell, sphere and plane lamina, torque and angular acceleration, work and energy in rotational motion, rolling motion of a solid sphere and cylinder.

Unit 6. Gravitation:

Gravitational field, Kepler's laws and motion of planets, planetary and satellite motion, geostationary satellite, Harmonic motion, oscillatory motion of mass attached to a spring, kinetic & potential energy, Time Period of a simple pendulum, comparing simple and harmonic motion with uniform circular motion, forced oscillations, damped oscillations and resonance.

Unit 7. Properties of solids and fluids:

States of matter young's modulus, bulk modulus, shear modulus of rigidity, variations of pressure with depth, Buoyant forces and Archimedes principle, Pascal's law, Bernoulli's theorem and its application, surface energy, surface tension, angle of contact, capillary rise, coefficient of viscosity, viscous force, terminal velocity, Stoke's law, stream line motion, Reynold's numbers.

Unit 8. Heat and thermodynamics:

First law of thermodynamics, specific heat of an ideal gas at constant volume and constant pressure, relation between them, thermodynamics process (reversible, irreversible, isothermal, adiabatic), second law of thermodynamics, concept of entropy and concept of absolute scale, efficiency of a Carnot engine, thermal conductivity, Newton's law of cooling, black body radiation, Wien's displacement law, Stefan's law.

Unit 9. Kinetic Theory of Gases:

Equation of state of a perfect gas, work done on compressing a gas.
Kinetic theory of gases - assumptions, concept of pressure. Kinetic Energy and Temperature, Root mean square speed of gas molecules, degrees of freedom, Mean free path, Avogadro's number.

Unit 10. Oscillations and Wave:
Wave motion, phase, amplitude and velocity of wave, newton's formula for longitudinal waves, propagation of sound waves in air, effect of temperature and pressure on velocity of sound, Laplace's correction, Principle of superposition, formation of standing waves, standing waves in strings and pipes, beats, Doppler's effect.

Unit 11. Electrostatics:

Coulomb's law, electric field and potential due to point charge, dipole and its field along the axis and perpendicular to axis, electric flux, Gauss's theorem and its applications to find the field due to infinite sheet of charge, and inside the hallow conducting sphere, capacitance, parallel plate capacitor with air and dielectric medium between the Plates, series and parallel combination of capacitors, energy of a capacitor, displacement currents.

Unit 12. Current Electricity:

Concept of free and bound electrons, drift velocity and mobility, electric current, Ohm's law, resistivity, conductivity, temperature dependency of resistance, resistance in series and parallel combination, Kirchoff’s law and their application to network of resistances, principle of potentiometer, effect of temperature on resistance and its application.

Unit 13. Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism:

Magnetic field due to current, Bio-Savart's law, magnetic field due to solenoid, motion of charge in a magnetic field, force on a current carrying conductors and torque on current loop in a magnetic field, magnetic flux, forces between two parallel current carrying conductors, moving coil galvanometer and its conversion into ammeter and voltmeter, The magnetization of substance due to orbital and spin motions of electrons, magnetic moment of atoms, diamagnetism, paramagnetism, ferromagnetism, earth's magnetic field and its components and their measurement.

Unit 14. Electromagnetic induction and Alternating Currents:

Induced e.m.f., Faraday's laws, Lenz's law, electromagnetic induction, self and mutual induction, B-H curve, hysisteresisloss and its importance, eddy currents.

Unit 15. Electromagnetic Waves:

Electromagnetic waves and their characteristics, Transverse nature of electromagnetic waves, Electromagnetic spectrum (radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible, ultraviolet, X-rays, gamma rays). Applications of Electromagnetic waves.

Unit 16. Optics:

Reflection and refraction of light on planes and spherical surfaces, Total Internal Reflection and its applications, Deviation and dispersion of light by prism, Magnification, power of lens, combination of thin lens, Microscope, Telescope. Coherent and incoherent sources of light, interference, young's double slit experiment diffraction due to a single slit, linearly polarized light, Polaroid. Brewster's Law, use of plane polarized light and applications.

Unit 17. Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation:

Dual Nature of radiation, Photoelectic effect, Hertz and lenard obsevations, Einstein's photoelectric observation and its equation, Dual nature of light( Partical Nature and wave nature) De broglie relation. Davission-Germer Experiment.

Unit 18. Atoms and Nuclei:

Alpha Particle scattering experiment, Rutherford's Model of atom, Bohr model, energy levels, hydrogen spectrum.
composition and size of nucleus, atomic masses, isotopes, isobars. Radioactivity, mass energy relation, mass defect, binding energy per nucleon and its variation with mass number, nuclear fission and fusion.

Unit 19. Electronic Devices:

Semiconductors, diode, I-V characterstics in forword and reverse bias, rectifier, LED, Photodiode, Solar cell, Zener diode, Transister.
Logic Gates (OR, AND, NOT, NAND and NOR). Transister in switch mode.

Unit 20. Communication Systems:

Propagation of electromagnetic waves in the atmosphere, sky and space wave propagation, need for modulation, Amplitude and frequency modulation, Bandwidth of signals, Bandwidth of transmission medium, Basic Elements of a communication system.

         JEE Main Physics Syllabus (Section B)

Section B contains 20% coverage of JEE Main Physics Syllabus, In this section questions based on practical analysis often asked.
Vernier Calipers, Screw Gauge, Simple pendulum, Meter scale, young modulus of elasticity, surface tension based on capillary rise, viscosity, ohm's law, focal length of mirrors and lens.


JEE Main Result 2016 (cbseresults.nic.in) - Check Here

The Ministry of Human Resource Development and Government of India took a policy decision in 2013 to conduct an joint entrance examination [ JEE Main] (jeeman.nic.in) per year. This decision taken to away with many of the large number of entrance examinations that were being conducted by various institutes, state governments for the admission into undergraduate degree programs for the disciplines of B.tech (Engineering/Planning) and B.Arch (Architecture/Planning). JEE Main  (jeeman.nic.in) is conducted by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) in the First week of April and Result Published in Last week of April month.

JEE Main Result 2016

The Result of JEE Main 2016 will be declared by CBSE in the month of April. As per Information bulletin JEE Main Result 2016 going to declare on 27 April, 2016. The result has two stages, In first stage CBSE declares JEE Main score and in second stage AIR (ALL INDIA RANK). In making of merit list our Board and qualifying exam marks also included (as per 40% total weightage). The merit list of JEE Main is based on normalization of marks that you obtained in joint entrance examination and your qualifying exam.

JEE Main score

The Score of JEE Main 2016, with the marks will be declared on cbseresults.nic.in.  It was issued on the CBSE result website and candidates could have checked it by entering the Roll Number and the Date of Birth.

JEE Main Rank 2016

The rank is determined by allocating 60% weightage to JEE Main score and 40% to qualifying exam score.
The AIR (ALL INDIA RANK) of JEE Main will be declared on first week of July month.
JEE Main Result 2016



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