With the increase in the number of applications every year, the trend of increased cut off is seen in the JEE Main Exam every year. So, it becomes essential for the candidates to score more than 200 marks in JEE Main in order to clear the cut off for the same. If you really want to get into your dream engineering college, you need to aim to score at least 200 marks in JEE Main. This is exactly what we will be going to help you with.
JEE Main 2019 is scheduled to be conducted from 6^{th}– 20^{th} January 2019. Working hard is not enough to score a good rank in JEE Main exam. Just solving problems on a daily basis will not be going to give effective results to you in the end. Apart from problemsolving ability, the requirement of strong and effective techniques is what you need to score well in the exam. It is not impossible to score 200 marks in JEE Main, with our preparation tips and strategies, you can make it possible.
How to Score 200+ Marks in JEE Main 2019?
 Always start your preparation with knowing of exam pattern and syllabus
Before starting with your JEE Main preparation, you should know the exam pattern and syllabus of JEE Main. As you know from this academic year, NTA is the new exam conducting authority. Although there is no change in exam pattern but, JEE Main exam will now have objective type of questions. You need to cover a large syllabus for Physics, Maths and Chemistry. There will be 30 questions from Physics, 30 from Chemistry and 30 from Mathematics. Your one mark will be deducted for every wrong answer and you will gain 4 marks for every right answer,
JEE 2019 syllabus includes two sections; A and B
 Section A Theory part and 80% weightage
 Section B Practical part and 20% weightage
Now, consider the complete syllabus for all the three subjects in JEE Main 2019.
Chemistry
SubSections in Chemistry  Topics 
Physical Chemistry 

Organic Chemistry 

Inorganic Chemistry 

Physics Syllabus
Laws of Motion  Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism 
Properties of Solids and Liquids  Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation 
Gravitation  Optics 
Rotational Motion  Electromagnetic Waves 
Oscillation and Waves  Communication Systems 
Work, Energy and Power  Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents 
Kinematics  Current Electricity 
Physics and Measurement  Electrostatics 
Kinetic Theory of Gases  Electronic Devices 
Thermodynamics  Atoms and Nuclei 
Mathematics
Limit, Continuity and Differentiability  Mathematical Reasoning 
Sequence and Series  Trigonometry 
Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations  Differential Equations 
Permutations and Combinations  ThreeDimensional Geometry 
Mathematical Induction  Vector Algebra 
Binomial Theorem and its Simple Applications  Statistics and Probability 
Matrix and Determinants  Coordinate Geometry 
Sets, Relations and Functions  Integral Calculus 
 You need to choose your study material wisely
Before picking up the more advanced books like I. E Irodov and I. L Finar, we recommend you make your base strong and clear your concepts with NCERT books first. Do not waste your time by referring to many books. The aim is to get the knowledge and not to increase the number of books. The scattering of books can lead to confusion in your preparation. It is better to read one topic twice from the same book rather investing your time in reading one topic from two different books.
 Know your strengths and weakness
To get the idea about the distribution of questions, type of questions asked, marking scheme, the difficulty level of the questions, practice mock test and previous year question papers. After practising, know your strong and weak points and try to rectify the weak areas.
 Start your revision with important and scoring topics
The best way to start your revision is with mastering the important topics. The topics/chapters which are going to give you good marks should be prioritized first. The concepts should be crystal clear in your mind. Then you should give more importance to the topics which carry highweightage in the exam. Here is the tabulated form of important topics based on marks and number of questions.
Subjects  Chapters  Number of Questions  Maximum Marks 
Physics  Electrodynamics  8  32 
Mechanics  8  32  
Modern Physics  5  20  
Optics  2  8  
Heat and Thermodynamics  4  16  
SHM and Waves  3  12  
Chemistry  Organic Chemistry II  10  40 
Physical Chemistry I  7  28  
Physical ChemistryII  5  20  
Inorganic ChemistryI  5  20  
Mathematics  Differential Calculus  7  28 
Integral Calculus  4  16  
Coordinate Geometry  3  12  
Coordinate Geometry (3D)  2  8  
Matrix and Determinants  2  8  
Probability  2  8  
Trigonometry  2  8 
 Points to keep in mind before JEE Main Exam 2019
 Start with the Chemistry section as it is the easiest section and can be attempted quickly.
 Learn the periodic table thoroughly.
 Know all the reactions and oneword chart of Organic Chemistry.
 The best way to answer in Physics question is to read questions carefully and check the units of the answer and then check the units of the options and answer it.
 In Coordinate Geometry and Integration problems, differentiate the given options and check what option fits best without solving the equation.
These are the best ways to prepare for JEE Main 2019 in order to score more than 200 marks. These tips will surely help you in getting the seat in your dream engineering college. Start your preparation for the exam correctly. All the best for your future! For any query, you can drop your comment here in the comment section below.
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