NTA will conduct the second JEE Main examination for 2019 from April 7 to April 12. This year the examinations are being conducted twice - the first JEE Main exam for 2019 was conducted in January and the result for January JEE Main has already been released. Now that the exams are a stone's throw away, the candidates appearing for the exam must be in the last leg of their preparation. In the days leading up to the exam, students should focus on revising what they already know and have studied and not delve into new topics.
The physics section for JEE Main has 20 chapters in total. Based on previous year question papers, the chapter-wise question distribution of some important chapters is given below:
Current Electricity: 8 questions
Electrostatics: 4 questions
Optics: 3 questions
Heat and Thermodynamics: 2 questions
Law of Motion: 2 questions
Waves: 2 questions
Simple Harmonic Motion: 2 questions
JEE Main 2019: Last Minute Revision Tips For Physics
Make sure to revise correct units and dimensions for physical quantities. Knowing the correct units and dimensions will help you eliminate options in multiple choice type of questions.
Revise the formulae and theories. Also go through various graphs and its application.
No matter how many topics you have studied, always attempt questions from your strong topics.
Solve mock tests. Since JEE Main is now entirely computer-based, students should practice mock tests available online to get into the right skin for the exam.
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