Tips for IIT JEE 2017 Maths Being an engineering course, mastering Mathematical reasoning and quantitative skills in the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is extremely important. There is absolutely no doubt that Physics and Chemistry are equally important. However, as IIT JEE Reports have shown, majority of the candidates struggle in the Maths section, thus, making them vulnerable against negative marketing.
To help students prepare better for the Maths section of IIT JEE 2017, here are a few tips and suggestions:
Emphasize on Calculus and Algebra: Be thorough with the topics under calculus and algebra. They are very important as far as IIT EE 2017 is concerned.
Study all formulas: Knowing formulas in Mathematics are a big plus point for any Maths exam. Hence, it is all the more important that you understand all the formulas in geometry, probability, and trigonometry. Here again, knowing the important formulas in calculus will help you enormously.
Be sure of the applications: Applications of differential equations and geometry must be revised. This applies for properties of definite integrals and results of algebraic calculations of properties of conics. You must be thorough with these applications before you attempt IIT JEE 2017.
Moving on from the technical bit, here are a few suggestions that you could follow for a better overall performance in IIT JEE 2017 – Maths paper:
Prepare a table with all the formulas: As mentioned earlier, formulas are very important. So if you think you might have trouble remembering all of them, create a table including the topics and formulas from all the chapters. Go through it every day. Over time, you will be able to remember all the formulas.
Solve model papers every day: Solving two to three model questions papers will help you a lot. It will help you manage your time better and get your rhythm going. However, don’t overburden yourself as you have two other subjects as well. Give adequate time to all.
Time Management: This is a tip for not just Maths – it holds good for all three subjects. Do not spend more than one hour twenty minutes on any subject. If you do, you will not be able to finish the paper.