How can I effectively prepare for IIT JEE

How can I effectively prepare for IIT JEE?

Thorough preparation is the key to score well in JEE.
Know the inside: Know the exam from head to toe. What is the required syllabus, eligibility, test dates, test patterns (if any), time limits, number of questions, instructions and any other know-how about the exam you are preparing for (JEE in your case).

Understand the structure of the exam: for example, how JEE advanced differs from mains. Structure of Paper 1 and Paper 2 and how they are organized at Advanced and Mains level.
Know the topics: Know the exact topics covered in each test and the difficulty of the individual questions which are different in both the tests. Below are just a few examples of topics you may encounter on the test and are by no means definitive:
Physics: Kinematics, laws of motion, gravitation, thermodynamics, electromagnetism, optics, electronic devices.
Chemistry: State of matter, atomic structure, redox reaction, chemical kinetics, environmental chemistry, periodic groups, basic principles of organic chemistry.
Mathematics: Quadratic equations, mathematical induction, sequences and series, matrices, integral calculus, differential equations, coordinate geometry.
Mock Tests: Appear for as many mock tests as you can. it is the easiest and most effective method to evaluate yourself and gives you valuable experience in preparation.
Past 30 Years Question Solutions: Another important resource for applicants who want to clear JEE is past test questions. Unlike mock tests that contain questions specifically for them, JEE question

papers contain the exact questions that have appeared in past exams, making them a very valuable resource.
FAQs: If you are unsure about any aspect of JEE, check out the latest JEE FAQs. This can provide you with answers to frequently asked questions about JEE, ensuring that you don’t have to waste your precious study time looking for answers elsewhere.
Keep important notes up-to-date: Bookmark the bulletins or checklist and remember to check them regularly. Eliminate your personal distractions, regularly engage in good outdoor activity and a healthy night’s sleep.