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JEE Main & Advanced Important Topics & Subject Wise Marks Weightage for Physics, Chemistry & Maths Syllabus

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JEE Main & Advanced Important Topics & Subject Wise Marks Weightage for Physics, Chemistry & Maths Syllabus

Most Important Topics in JEE Main & Advanced - 2018 & 2019

By Snehal Naik 25th Jul, 2017 05:08 pm

Important topics for Physics in JEE Main & Advanced

The JEE Physics section has 20 chapters to be covered over 2 years. The 10 topics that you should devote more time to are:

  • Dimensional Analysis – The key is in knowing the correct units and dimensions for physical quantities as this can easily help you choose the correct option in MCQs.
  • Gravitation & Electrostatics – These chapters are conceptually similar to each other (in terms of attractive forces concepts)
  • Current Electricity & Heat Transfer – When you read these chapters watch out for the similarities as they are conceptually similar to each other.
  • Electromagnetic Induction, Waves & Sound
  • Geometrical Optics , Thermodynamics
  • Kinetic Theory of Gases, Rotational Dynamics

List of important Physics Topics for JEE 2018-19 By Syllabus Weightage

3 most important basic concepts:

  • Units and Dimensions – Weightage: 2%
  • Measurement of Errors – Weightage: 2%
  • Vectors

The fundamentals of physics:

  • Kinematics – Weightage: 1%
  • Newton’s Laws of Motion – Weightage: 4%
  • Friction

The 5 important & easy topics that can increase your JEE score:

  • Work, Energy and Power – Weightage: 5%
  • Electrostatics – Weightage: 6%
  • Current Electricity – Weightage: 7%
  • Wave Optics – Weightage: 5%
  • Ray Optics – Weightage: 6%

The 9 undeniably important topics for the twisted questions:

  • Centre of Mass, Momentum and Collision – Weightage: 5%
  • Rotational Dynamics – Weightage: 4%
  • Simple Harmonic Motion – Weightage: 5%
  • Fluid Mechanics – Weightage: 2 – 5%. Bernoulli’s principle can be easily twisted to ask some tricky questions.
  • Wave Motion and String Waves – Weightage: 5%
  • Magnetism – Weightage: 6%
  • Heat & Thermodynamics – Weightage: 6%. This is one topic that is very important for both Physics and Chemistry preparation in JEE.
  • Nuclear Physics – Weightage: 5%
  • Modern Physics – Weightage: 5%

The study at least once topics through cheat-sheets or flashcards:

  • Circular Motion – Weightage: 1%
  • Gravitation – Weightage: 1%
  • Properties of Matter, Elasticity  – Weightage: 2%
  • Sound Waves
  • Electromagnetic Induction – Weightage: 3%
  • Alternating Current  – Weightage: 1%
  • Heat Transfer
  • Calorimetry
  • Thermal Expansion
  • Thermo Electricity
  • Semiconductors and Electronic Devices – Weightage: 5%
  • Communication Systems – Weightage: 2%

Important topics for Maths in JEE Main & Advanced

Whether it is Computer Science or Mechanical Engineering, Mathematics is the foundation of complex engineering calculations. Mastering Math is easy –it only takes practice and more practice.

The JEE Math Syllabus has almost 15 chapters to be covered in 2 years (Class 11 and Class 12).

All the Math topics are related to each other and that’s the reason why you have to learn all the topics.

List of important Topics in Maths for JEE 2019 By Syllabus Weightage

The fundamentals in Math:

  • Inverse Trigonometric Functions – Weightage: 2%
  • Circles and Family of Circles – Weightage: 6%
  • Sequence and Series – Weightage: 5%

 The 4 important & easy topics:

  • Applications of Derivative – Weightage: 4%
  • Limit and Continuity – Weightage: 3%
  • Matrices and Determinants – Weightage: 4%
  • Straight Lines and Pair of Straight Lines – Weightage: 2%

Tip: Solve 3 – 4 questions daily from different topics so that you confident about all the topics before the JEE.

The 7 absolutely important topics: 

  • 3-D Geometry  – Weightage: 5% Questions from this topic are generally straight forward so you can solve them easily by reading the questions properly.
  • Probability and Statistics  – Weightage: 7%. I was weak in probability and paid the price for this. You should, therefore, try to familiarize yourself with various types of questions in Probability.
  • Vector Algebra  – Weightage: 5%
  • Integration  – Weightage: 8% (Definite + Indefinite integration)
  • Complex Numbers  – Weightage: 5%
  • Parabola  – Weightage: 3%
  • Trigonometric Ratios  – Weightage: 3%

 The study at least once through cheat-sheets or flash cards:

  • Logarithms  – Weightage: 1%
  • Quadratic Equations
  • Theory of Equations  – Weightage: 5%
  • Sets, Relations, and Functions  – Weightage: 4%
  • Differentiation  – Weightage: 2%
  • Permutation and Combination  – Weightage: 2%. You should study this properly as concepts from this section will be needed in Probabilty
  • Binomial Theorem  – Weightage: 1%
  • Locus
  • Hyperbola  – Weightage: 2%
  • Ellipse  – Weightage: 2%
  • Fundamentals of Mathematics
  • Solution of Triangle  – Weightage: 1%

 Important topics for Chemistry in JEE Main & Advanced

If your fundamentals of around bond formation, breaking and the periodic table are strong, you can score well despite there being 25 topics in the prescribed syllabus for JEE Chemistry.

A brief overview of the important topics in Chemistry:

  • Chemical Bonding & the periodic table – This is by far the most fundamental and the most important topics in Chemistry. If you can master Chemical Bonding and the properties of periodic table elements, then Chemistry will be an easy subject for you over many years to come.
  • Carbonyl Compounds & their derivatives
  • Redox reactions, Mole Concept & the concept of equivalents
  • Solid state, solutions & gases theory
  • Thermochemistry & the Second Law of Thermodynamics (Remember, I had told you about this in the Physics section)

 List of important Topics in Chemistry for JEE 2019 By Syllabus Weightage

Fundamental Concepts:

  • IUPAC Nomenclature
  • Periodic Table
  • Chemical Bonding – Weightage: 5%. Like I mentioned earlier, Chemical Bonding and periodic table is one of the strongest pillars of your Chemistry conceptual understanding. You can easily get top ranks by making sure your concepts are crystal clear in this topic.

Important, and you can score high marks easily

  • Mole Concept – Weightage: 2%
  • Coordination Chemistry – Weightage: 5%
  • Alcohol, Phenols, and Ethers – Weightage: 7%
  • p-Block elements – Weightage: 5%

Important, with High Weightage

  • Atomic Structure – Weightage: 5%
  • Gaseous State – Weightage: 3%
  • Hydrocarbons – Weightage: 2%
  • Aldehydes and Ketones – Weightage: 5%
  • d & f Block Elements – Weightage: 5%
  • General Organic Chemistry – Weightage: 7%

 Other topics

  • Chemical Equilibrium – Weightage: 3%
  • Ionic Equilibrium – Weightage: 3%
  • Thermodynamics – Weightage: 5%
  • Hydrogen and its Compounds
  • s-Block Elements – Weightage: 5%
  • Isomerism of Organic Compounds
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Solid State
  • Chemical Kinetics
  • Electrochemistry – Weightage: 2%
  • Solutions
  • Qualitative Salt Analysis
  • Alkyl Halides and Aryl Halides
  • Carboxylic Acids and their derivatives
  • Amines – Weightage: 2%
  • Biomolecules – Weightage: 1%
  • Polymers – Weightage: 1%
  • Metallurgy
  • Surface Chemistry – Weightage: 2%
  • Chemistry in Everyday Life – Weightage: 2%

 

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