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The Best Timetable for JEE aspirants - Subject-wise important chapters

19 Nov, 2022, By Tanvi Sharma

The best timetable for jee aspirants

The moment you plan to appear for the JEE exam is the moment when you know that you have put in your days and nights in the race of this formidable exam. The JEE exam is conducted at two levels and is one of the most highly coveted exams conducted in the country. You have to shed blood, sweat, and tears in order to land in the high-rated engineering colleges of the country. You must already be aware of the fact that you have to clear the JEE Mains exam first, clearing which with a good score provides you admission in NITs, IIITs, and other State/ Central funded engineering colleges. While on the other hand, you are eligible for the JEE Advanced only when you score a desirable number in the JEE Mains. On getting an exceptional score in the advanced exam you become eligible to grab a seat in the top IITs.

With the huge syllabus that the JEE exam incorporates, even 24 hours tend to be very short to cover the entire syllabus on time. The time tends to seem even less when the covering of the entire syllabus has to be coupled with regular revision, practice, etc. Thus managing time becomes a critical aspect for the JEE aspirant. So, here in this article, we have brought to you a Timetable for JEE aspirants that will assist you in effective time management.

Importance of timetable for JEE aspirants

Time is a crucial aspect of the JEE exam. You have to keep track of time in order to cover the entire JEE syllabus before the exam. You are required to follow a well-laid daily routine that will assist you throughout your journey. How effectively you utilize your time for preparation makes a huge difference in your grades. A well-structured timetable for JEE aspirants lets you know what steps need to be taken ahead. In the absence of a timetable, aspirants waste so much of their precious time trying to figure out what needs to be done and when. JEE exam is just like a game of chess where you have to make the right move very cautiously and hence it is crucial to construct a timetable that provides you with feasibility in moving forward with proper strategies. 

A well-laid timetable for the JEE aspirants will provide you ample time for revision and practice as well. 

What must the timetable for JEE aspirants inculcate?

Before beginning to form your timetable for the JEE exam it is a prerequisite to be well-informed of all the aspects that you need to keep in mind while setting the same. 

Below mentioned are the things that you must inculcate in your JEE timetable:

  • Fill in a set of achievable goals 

  • Familiarize with the exam pattern

  • Understand your style your learning

  • Stay away from social media

  • Keep a balance between subjects

  • Prioritize the important chapters first

  • Add time for daily revision

  • Take adequate rest


High weightage chapters of the JEE Main exam

Each and every topic from the JEE syllabus is equally important as it's the accumulation of marks from the whole syllabus that will form your final grade. But in order to score high there are some chapters that require more attention than others. Given is a list of important chapters from the JEE Mains exam that you should cover on a priority basis and that you must add to the timetable. 

Important Chapters of Physics

  • Oscillations

  • Electrostatics

  • Kinematics

  • Ray Optics

  • Heat & Thermodynamics

  • Semiconductors

  • Electromagnetic Waves

  • Error & Instrument Analysis

  • Gravitation

  • Wave Optics

  • Photoelectric Effect

  • Rotation

  • Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current

  • Current Electricity & Capacitors

  • Waves & Sound

  • Bohr’s Atomic Model

  • Magnetic Effects of Current & Magnetism

  • Properties of Matter

Important topics of Chemistry 

  • Chemical Kinetics

  • Gaseous & Liquid State

  • Chemical Bonding

  • Atomic Structure

  • Nuclear & Surface Chemistry

  • Electrochemistry

  • Aromatic Compounds

  • Isomerism

  • d-Block Elements

  • General Organic Chemistry

  • Thermodynamics

  • Aldehydes and Ketones

  • Coordination Compound

  • p-Block Elements

  • Carboxylic Acids & Its Derivatives

  • Alkyl Halides

Important Topics for Mathematics

  • Vectors

  • 3 Dimensional Geometry

  • Determinant & Matrices

  • Application of Derivatives

  • Conic Sections

  • Complex Number

  • Quadratic Equation

  • Sequence and Series

  • Straight Line

  • Functions

  • Probability Distribution (Binomial + Mean & Variance)

  • Limits, Continuity & Differentiability

  • Definite Integral & Area Under the Curve

  • Circle

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Effective timetable for JEE aspirants

Forming a timetable can be a challenging task and even after hours students cannot come up with a proper study plan that will help their preparation. 

For such students, we have prepared a timetable that will make the JEE preparation facile.




6:00 AM 

 Wake up and get ready to study 

6:30 AM-7:30 AM 

 Exercise to fit and sharpen your mind 

7:30 AM-10:00 AM 

 Study new topics 

10:00 AM-11:00 AM 


11:00 AM-2:00 PM 

 Revision previous topics and study new topics 

2:00 PM-3:00 PM 

 Lunch/ a short nap 

3:00 PM-6:00 PM 

 Practice previous years’ question papers 

6:00 PM-6:45 PM 

 Break/ walk/ talk to friends 

6:45 PM-8:45 PM 

 Study (Finish one topic) 

8:45 PM-9:30 PM 

 Dinner/Watch TV/ spend time with family 

9:30 PM-11:30 PM 

 Revise the already covered topics and schedule for the next day

11:30 PM 

 Calm your mind (by listening to music) and sleep on time

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Important tips to keep in mind while adhering to the Timetable for JEE aspirants

  • Practice is the key

  • Every student is built different, don’t compare yourself with others

  • Self-evaluation is important to work on your weak areas

  • Take ample sleep

  • Do not skip NCERTs


Success might feel challenging in the case of the JEE exam but not if you are equipped with the right study plan. Sticking to which will only get close to success. 


How many marks are required in the JEE Mains 2023 to get a rank of around 1,000?

To get around a 1000 rank you need to score 250+ marks.

How can I prepare for the JEE Mains from class 11?

The given tips will help you prepare for the JEE from class 11:

  1. Get acquainted with the syllabus

  2. Do not skip NCERTs

  3. Make a wise choice while choosing the study material

  4. Stay regular on revisions

  5. Practice as much as possible

  6. Take mock test series

  7. Focus on your weak area and work on strengthening them

Can I crack the JEE Mains if I start studying from November from scratch to the advanced level?

Someone said it right that it's never too late. No worries if you are late for your JEE preparation because even if you begin now with a proper plan and dedication then you can clear the exam even in just a few months of preparation.

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