New Delhi, 29 April 2022 – The JEE Main 2022 exam session-1 is all set to be conducted on June 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, and 29, respectively. With over 40 days to go, candidates need to gear up for the final days of revision. They also need to ensure that all important and high-scoring topics are covered before the day of the JEE examination. All this can be done by having a proper JEE Main preparation timetable.
To make it easier for students to revise all the important concepts, formulas, and theories before the JEE Main exam, we present candidates with a complete 40-day JEE Main 2022 preparation strategy. This can also act as a structured timetable for aspirants to base their studies on. The structure provided leaves no room for second-guessing and candidates will get the most out of it if they follow it religiously.
That being said, Buddy4Study also understands the need for customized timetables, so we have left enough room for aspirants to change their JEE Main 2022 timetable as per their needs.
Table of Contents
- JEE Main 2022 Exam Pattern – Number of Units Per Subject
- JEE Main 2022 – New Additions This Year
- JEE Main Preparation Timetable 2022
- JEE Main Preparation – General Tips
- JEE Main Preparation Books for 2022
JEE Main 2022 Exam Pattern – Number of Units Per Subject
|JEE Main 2022 Subjects||Total No. of Units|
- Mathematics contains 16 units.
- Chemistry contains three sections – A (Physical Chemistry), B (Organic Chemistry), and C (Inorganic Chemistry). Section A and Section B have 10 units each, while Section C has 8 units – making a total of 28 units in the chemistry syllabus.
- Physics contains two sections – A and B. Section A has 20 units and Section B has 1 unit – making a total of 21 units in the physics syllabus.
JEE Main 2022 – New Additions This Year
- JEE Main will be held in two sessions this year – June and July, 2022.
- The number of attempts for the exam is now two times per year.
- The JEE Main exam will be conducted in 13 regional languages, including English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.
- There will be negative marking for both Section A (MCQ) and Section B (Numerical Value).
- To compute the JEE Main All India Rank (AIR), the best of the score will be taken from the two given attempts. If a student attempts the paper once, only that attempt will count towards rank calculation.
- Family’s annual income (total family income per year) is a mandatory field in the exam and all candidates have to provide correct details of the same.
JEE Main Preparation Timetable 2022
With nearly 40 days to go, we understand the importance of a properly structured JEE Main preparation timetable that also leaves enough room for one more round of revision.
This is why we have provided an 18-day unit-wise study plan (for all subjects) that aspirants can repeat twice. After completing the 36-day plan (18 days + 18 days), candidates can use the remaining days to revise topics as per their choice.
How to Prepare for JEE Main 2022?
To create the perfect JEE Main preparation timetable, we have divided 18 days into three sets of 6 days each. Each day of each set focuses on all subjects equally.
JEE Main Preparation Plan – First Set of 6 Days
|Day 1||Work, Energy, and Power
Application & Derivation
Alkyl Halides & Aryl Halides
|Day 2||Current Electricity
|Limit & Continuity
Circles & Family of Circles
Sets, Relations & Functions
|Alcohol, Phenol & Ether
Carboxylic Acid & their Derivatives
|Day 3||Wave Motion & String Waves
|Straight Lines & Pair of Straight Lines||Chemical Bonding
|Day 4||Wave Optics
d & f Block
|Day 5||Thermal Expansion
|Day 6||Newton’s Law of Motion
|Probability & Statistics||Gaseous State
JEE Main Preparation Plan – Second Set of 6 Days
|Day 7||Simple Harmonic Motion
|General Organic Chemistry
|Wave & String Motion
|Day 8||Centre of Mass, Momentum & Collision
|Vector Algebra||Chemical Equilibrium
Probability & Statistics
|Day 9||Nuclear Physics
|Sequence and Series||Co-ordination Chemistry
|Wave & Ray Optics
Application & Derivation
Alcohol, Phenol & Ether
|Day 10||Fluid Mechanics
Properties of Matter, Elasticity
|Complex Number, Theory of Equation||Hydrocarbons
Hydrogen & its Compound
|Work, Energy & Power
p, d & f, s block
|Trigonometric Ratios||Chemical Kinetics||Newton’s Law + Friction
Inverse Trigonometric Function
|Day 12||Heat & Thermodynamics
|Matrices & Determinants||Thermodynamics
Sequence of Series
JEE Main Preparation Plan – Third Set of 6 Days
|Centre of Mass, Momentum & Collision
Limit of Continuity
|Day 14||Circular Motion||Solution of Triangles||IUPAC Nomenclature||Simple Harmonic Motion
Straight Lines & Pair of Straight Lines
General Organic Chemistry
|Day 15||Alternating Current||Fundamentals of Mathematics||Chemistry in Everyday Life||Nuclear Physics & Modern Physics
|Day 16||Semiconductors & Electronic Devices||Permutation & Combination||Metallurgy
|Day 17||Calorimetry||Ellipse||Qualitative Salt Analysis||Rotational Dynamics & Fluid Mechanics
Matrices & Determinants
Thermodynamics & Mole Concept
|Day 18||Units & Dimension||Hyperbola||Isomerism of Organic Compounds
Heat & Thermodynamics
Note: Once the 18-day JEE Main preparation timetable is completed, candidates can repeat it once and then use the remaining days to focus on the topics they find to be difficult.
JEE Main Preparation – General Tips
- Give equal importance to all subjects.
- Take a break of at least 5 to 10 minutes after every one or two hours of regular study.
- Stay relaxed and do not study overnight.
- Sleep for at least 7-8 hours at night.
- Avoid study material with repetitive questions.
- Do not ignore NCERT books, as they are enough to solve the conceptual problems in the examination.
- Pay attention to the JEE Main 2021 question paper.
- Attempt mock test papers.
- Take short naps in the afternoon to maintain freshness. However, do not oversleep during the day.
- On the day of the exam, spend the first 15 minutes reading the instructions of the question paper .
JEE Main Preparation Books for 2022
JEE Main Preparation Books – Physics
|Advance physics||Nelkon and Parker|
|Aptitude test problem in physics||Krotov|
|Fundamentals of Physics||Halliday, Resnick & Walker|
|Dynamics of a Particle & of Rigid Bodies||S.L. Loney|
|Physics Volume 1 & 2||Tipler|
|University Physics||Freedman and Young|
|Problems in Physics||A. A. Pinsky|
|Mechanics Part-1 & 2||DC Pandey|
|Problems in General Physics||I. E. Irodov|
|Problems in Physics||V. Zubov & V. Shalnov|
|Concepts of Physics Volume I and II||H. C. Verma|
|Feynman Lectures on physics||R. P. Feynman|
|A collection of questions and problems in physics||L. A. Sena|
|Element of Dynamics part I & II||S. L. Loney|
JEE Main Preparation Books – Chemistry
JEE Main Preparation Books – Organic Chemistry
|Organic Chemistry||O. P. Tandon|
|Concept of Organic Chemistry||M. S. Chauhan|
|Organic Chemistry volume 1||I. L. Finar|
|Organic Chemistry||Arihant Prakashan|
|A Guidebook to Mechanism in Organic Chemistry||Peter Sykes|
JEE Main Preparation Books – Physical Chemistry
|IIT JEE Chemistry||O. P. Agarwal|
|Numerical Chemistry||P. Bahadur|
|Physical Chemistry||O. P. Tandon|
|University Chemistry||Bruce Mahan|
|Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations||RC Mukherjee|
|Physical Chemistry (For Reading Theory)||P. Bahadur|
JEE Main Preparation Books – Inorganic Chemistry
|Concise Inorganic Chemistry||J. D. Lee|
|Inorganic Chemistry||Arihant Prakashan|
|Textbook of Inorganic Chemistry for Competitions (JEE Main & Advanced)||OP Tondon|
JEE Main Preparation Books – Mathematics
|Mathematics for Class 11 & Class 12||R. D. Sharma|
|Maths for Class 11 & Class 12||R. S. Agarwal|
|IIT Mathematics||M. L. Khanna|
|Trigonometry||S. L. Loney|
|Problems in Calculus of One Variable||I. A. Maron|
|Geometry||Dr. Gorakh Prasad|
|Introduction Probability & Its Application||W. Feller|
|Higher Algebra||Barnard and Child|
|A problem book in mathematical Analysis||G. N. Berman|
|Higher Algebra 4th Edition||Hall and Knight|
|Course in Mathematics for IIT-JEE||TMH Publication|
|Calculus and Analytic Geometry||Thomas and Finney|
I have completed the JEE Main preparation timetable as instructed. What should I do in the remaining time?
Aspirants can use the remaining time to focus on the topics they find to be difficult.
What can I do to prepare for the JEE exam in the best-possible manner?
To prepare for the JEE Main exam, aspirants should attempt mock tests at their homes. The practice of attempting the question paper with a deadline will lead to perfect time management and also allow candidates to gauge their speed.
Are there any chances of the JEE Main 2022 exam rescheduling again?
Aspirants should not expect rescheduling of the JEE Main exam any more. As the exam has already been rescheduled before, it is highly unlikely that it will be rescheduled again. Thus, candidates should start preparing as per the timetable given in this article and be exam ready.