JEE Main 2019 Study Plan For Droppers – At AglaSem we are constantly coming up with ways to enrich the students with preparation resources and as well as easy ways to devise those preparation strategies. Now that NTA will conduct JEE Main 2019, you can now relax and focus on preparation as per the old exam pattern and syllabus. NTA has confirmed that there will be no changes in those aspects.

All the droppers out there, who dedicated one year of their life just for JEE Main 2019 Preparation, we are here for you! We have decided to cover here everything a dropper should know about JEE Main Preparation – Here is a JEE Main 2019 Study Plan For Droppers.

JEE Main 2019 Study Plan For Droppers

There are two important elements you need to know to prepare for JEE Main 2019. These are –

  1. How much time do I have? and
  2. How much do I have to prepare?

Now as per these data, we have to divide our time among the topics and prioritise them.  The JEE Main 2019 Study Plan For Droppers will include strategising the same. Lets us get into the study plan –

Advantages of being a dropper: You can dedicate entire time to JEE Main 2019 preparations. You do not have to worry about school preps or any other preps. ✌

Time left for JEE Main 2019

JEE Main 2019 will be first conducted in the month of January 2019. Thus as per this, the time droppers of JEE main 2019 have is almost 6 months. However, out of these 6 months, we will aim at completing the syllabus of JEE Main 2019 by November 2018. Thus we actually have 5 months. We will utilise the remaining 4 months in just solving the question papers, taking mock tests and in revisions.

Assuming that many of you have started preparing for the examination, completing the syllabus by December will not be difficult.

JEE Main 2019 Syllabus to be covered by November 2018

Now what we have to cover are:

  1. 16 chapters from Mathematics
  2. 20 chapters from Physics
  3. 28 chapters from Chemistry (organic and Inorganic)

Download JEE Main 2019 Syllabus PDF File.

Thus, now we know the time and chapters we have to cover. Let us now prepare the JEE Main 2019 Study Plan For Droppers.

Timetable / Study Plan for JEE Main 2019 Droppers

Now, it is time to go for vigorous practice. Dive into preparations with all you have. Here is an ideal study plan for all the droppers out there. You can give this s shot and check if it works for you.

SubjectTopics you can coverTime
Inorganic ChemistryTopics that require memorising like topics from inorganic chemistry.6 AM to 8 AM

Breakfast – 8 AM To 9 AM

Physics / Physical ChemistryTopics that require grasping of concepts like chapters from either physical chemistry or Physics.9 AM to 12 Noon

Lunch and other activities – 12:00 to 2 PM

Physics/Physical ChemistryApplying concepts that you have grasped before lunch  – Practise problems from Physics or Physical chemistry.2 PM to 5 PM
Organic ChemistryA quick revision or something that requires a lesser effort like formulas in organic chemistry.5 PM to 6 PM

Break – 6 PM to 7 PM (take a nap or do whatever makes your mind fresh)

MathematicsAs the sun goes down distractions are lesser – Thus in calm, you can solve a handful of numerical from mathematics.7 PM to 9:30 PM

9:30 PM to 10 PM – Have dinner

MathematicsContinue solving mathematics, in quiet, you will be able to concentrate and also your problem-solving ability is in its best at this time.10 PM to indefinite

Best Time To Prepare For JEE Main 2019

Well, these time slots are not randomly picked. The timeslots are picked up as per how our brain works during the different times of the day. This is proven to work quite well.

In the early morning i.e. from 6 AM to 8 A.M: We tend to be better at Declarative Memory tasks – which is our ability to recall exact details, like names, places, dates and facts. The brain is fresh, just rebooted and without any extra thoughts. Thus, you can use this time in memorising.

In the pre-noon i.e. from 9 AM to 12 Noon: This is a moderate time. Neither your brain is much strained, nor it is as fresh as it was in the morning. A perfect time to grasp concepts. Thus, make sure you utilise this part of the day in understanding the concepts. JEE Main is all about judging how clear you basics and concepts are.

In the Afternoon i.e. from 2 PM to 5 PM: In the afternoon, our brain is better at Semantic Memory tasks – our ability to integrate new information with what we already know and make it meaningful. Thus, whatever concepts you have studied before lunch make sure you put them into practice now. Solve related problems by applying the concepts.

In the evening i.e. from 5 PM to 6 PM: Now, after a days work your brain might get exhausted a bit, thus we need something that requires lesser effort. Here you can revise the chemical formulas of organic chemistry. A good time for a quickie, just go through the formulas and you good to go.

In the Night i.e. from 7 PM onwards: Sun is down, and surrounding so quiet. Thus the best time to solve those tricky maths problems without any distractions. The nights can increase your efficiency and help you see concepts differently. Thus a perfect time for Mathematics.

Importance of breaks in your JEE Main 2019 Study Plan For Droppers

Well JEE Main 2019 Droppers, it is important you have regular breaks in your timetable.

  • The first and foremost reason is to complete your daily chores and basic tasks like eating and bathing.
  • Secondly, you need breaks to give your brain a break. Our brains tend to heat up too. Thus, a proper nap between the timetable or whenever you feel exhausted will help you.
  • Do not overburden yourself, as good health will lead to good preparation and ultimately good results.

Stay Motivated!

Devise your own study plan

Are you an Early Bird or a Night Owl? As per your category, you can modify your study plan!

JEE Main 2019 Study Plan For Droppers

Now, this was an example of how a good Study Plan for JEE Main 2019 Droppers should look like. You can always modify it as per your need. We say so because as per many studies there are two types of students – The Day Studier and The Night Studier. Thus you can modify your study plan or devise a new one as per your choice.

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For any more help, do comment below. Till then, happy preparations!! 🙂


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