IIT JEE 2017 Physics Preparation
Any student aspiring to join the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), National Institute of Technology (NIT), or any state or centrally-funded institute for an undergraduate engineering course is expected to crack the Joint Entrance Examinations (JEE). It comes in two parts – JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Only the top 150000 who clear IIT JEE (Main) will be eligible to sit for IIT JEE (Advanced).

In the current pattern, Physics is the first section in the paper. It is considered a highly competitive section so getting it right from the first go should be your aim. Here are a few tips and suggestions that could help you prepare for the IIT JEE 2017 Physics paper.

1. Use the right books: Do not spend time reading several books because that may leave you with no time to revise at the end. Consult your teachers and keep a few important books with you. Some of the books you can refer to for cracking IIT JEE 2014 Physics paper are:

University Physics by Zemansky & Sears or Freedman & Young
XI and XII CBSE Physics books
NCERT publications
Problems in General Physics by E. Irodov
Schaum’s 3, 000 Solved Problems in Physics
Basic Laws of Electromagnetism by I E Irodov
2. Solve last 10 years question papers: Solving the older question papers should be your first method of revision. This will not only give you enough practice in answering questions but will also give you an idea of what you can expect in the final paper. This will also get your rhythm going so when you finally encounter the actual paper, you’ll breeze through it.

3. Consult your teachers at every step: While preparing for an examination, a teacher is your best friend. Only he or she will able to clarify your doubts and solve questions that you can’t. Consult your teachers and let them guide you through the way. Ask them for tips and advice on the paper and how to go about it.

4. Be Focus: At the end of the day, no one can help you if you don’t help yourself. If you have decided to sit for IIT JEE 2014, then stay focused. It is a difficult exam and the competition is fierce. Be prepared in every way so you don’t falter at the end.