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How to Make the Best Timetable For JEE 2023

by janeausten
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Are you struggling to follow the routine that you have made to crack JEE 2023? Follow the practical study routine to ace JEE 2023.

No doubt, JEE(Joint Entrance Examination) is the toughest engineering entrance examination in India.

Every year lakhs of aspirants sit in the examination hall all across India, and only thousands crack the gate of top IITs(Indian Institute of Technology), NITs(National Institute of Technology), IIITs(Indian Institute of Information and Technology), and other top universities.

Only a few months have been left for the first session of JEE mains. It is very important for a student to make a proper study routine so that he/she can address each subject properly.

Students also check JEE main question papers,  and Previous Year JEE Advanced Question Paper.

Toppers do follow a proper study routine to ace the examination. Unlike others, they make achievable timetables.

Today we will provide you with a proper strategy to make a  timetable. So get tuned till the last word of this blog.

Table of Contents

  • Tips to Make Practical Time-Table for JEE 2023
  • Choose What Suits You
  • Make a List of Weak and Strong Chapters
  • Time Slotting
  • Don’t Study for Long Hours
  • JEE 2023 timetable for board students
  • Droppers timetable for JEE 2023 students
  • Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs)

Tips to Make Practical Time-Table for JEE 2023

Choose What Suits You

Often students try to imitate the topper’s timetable thinking it will give the same results as they reaped. But reality exists far away from this. Everyone has different nature. Necessarily not someone’s night routine suits you.

Identifying the study nature and framing the timetable accordingly is very important. If you are a morning person, study in the morning, or if you prefer to study at night, then study at night.

Make a List of Weak and Strong Chapters

It is very important to identify the weak and strong areas. It will help you to figure out which chapter you have to give more attention. Mark this important tip because the slotting of time depends upon this. Let’s know.

Time Slotting

Time slotting is important. You can’t divide the time equally for each subject. As discussed above, it becomes crucial to address weak and strong subjects to identify high and low-priority subjects.

Once you identify your weak and strong areas, divide the time according to it.

Don’t Study for Long Hours

Most students think the more hours they spend studying, the better their efficiency will. That’s not all true.

According to research, our brain can concentrate not more than 40-45 minutes. After that, our brain needs proper rest to continue serious cognitive focus.

So instead of sitting for long hours on a chair, try to study for natural minutes and take frequent breaks to get maximum output.

So before making a timetable keep these tips in your mind. It will help you make a doable study routine for you.

Here we have framed the demo study routine for both board students as well as for droppers. So you can get a proper idea. We seriously do not recommend you follow the schedule strictly.

JEE 2023 timetable for board students

5:30 am – 6:30 amPick weak topic
6:30 am – 7:00 amGet ready for school (adjustable as per your school timings)
7:30 am – 1:30 pmSchool timings (Solve questions/MCQs of strong subject free periods)
2 pm – 2:30 pmLunch(Prefer healthy)
2:30 pm – 5:30 pmCover coaching modules, homework and  assignments
6 pm – 9 pmCoaching(online/offline)
9 pm – 10 pmDinner, study break, entertainment
10 pm – 12 pmSlot 3(study what
12 pmSleep(Take 5-6 hours)

Droppers timetable for JEE 2023 students  

6:30 am – 8 amWake up and healthy breakfast
8:00 am – 11:00 amStudy weak topics and solve MCQs
11:00 am – 12:00 pmTake a short break
12:00 pm – 2 pmComplete coaching assignments, revise notes and complete homework
2:00 pm – 3:00 pmLunch and take a short nap
3:00 pm – 5:00 pmStudy your favorite subject
5:00 pm – 6:00 pmSnacks
6:00 pm – 9:00 pmCoaching (Online/offline)
9:00 pm – 10:00 pmDinner, spend time with family
10:00 pm – 11:00 pmRevise what you have throughout the day
11:00 pmSleep

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs)

Q1. Can I crack JEE 2023 if I start now?

Ans- However, only a few months have been left for the first session of JEE 2023, but with the right guidance and proper strategy, you can easily crack the examination.

Q2. Is one year enough for IIT?

Ans- One year is enough to cover the entire syllabus with practice. There are lots of students who have cracked the IIT with one year drop.

Q3. What is the minimum marks in JEE Advanced to get IIT for general?

Ans- If you’re from the general category and want to secure a seat in IIT, then you should score minimum of 150-160 marks in JEE Advanced.

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