In this blog, We will discuss the ideal timeline a student may follow in order to pass the JEE test. You will see a timetable for holidays here whether you attend a normal school, do not attend school, are a dropper, or are a dropper. We will also share the study schedule of one of the IIT toppers with you.
Best Timetable and Routine for JEE Preparation (For students attending regular school)
Best Timetable and Routine for JEE Preparation (For holidays, students not attending school, droppers)
Note:- Remember that this is not the optimum timeline for every JEE applicant. Some students find late-night study more productive than morning study, therefore this timetable may not be adequate for them. However, you now have a better notion of how to plan your study schedule. Change the timings to suit your needs.
A peak into Aman Goel’s an IIT Topper daily schedule (AIR-33, IIT JEE Advanced 2013)
- He wakeup at 7:00 a.m.
- He showered, ate breakfast, and was ready to study by 7.45 a.m.
- Until 11 a.m., there will be no interruptions in the study session. He used to spend a lot of time in the morning session focusing on two things: weaker regions and new concepts.
- He took a rest till about 12 p.m.
- Continued for a few more hours till 2 p.m.
- He took a rest till 3 p.m.
- From 4 to 8 p.m., He attended coaching lessons. If it was a non-coaching day, there would be another study session from 3 to 5 PM.
- Another two-hour session will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. for additional work (if necessary).
- He never studied beyond 8 p.m. because he was fatigued.
- After 8 p.m., the customary activities included supper, relaxing with parents, perusing the internet, and playing a game.
The great feature of JEE toppers is that they manage their time effectively between academics and other responsibilities.
Note: To study for long periods of time, take a 5-10 minute break after every hour of study. It will keep you energetic and prevent exhaustion.
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It is important to make a timetable for JEE preparation because when you don’t have a timetable, the day either gets wasted as you try to decide what to study and for how long you need to study, or you find yourself wasting time on unwanted things and stuff. The advantage of having a timetable is once you are finished with a task, you already know what is next on your schedule. Starting your day the same way can motivate you to study consistently, even when you don’t feel like studying.
Try to find your productive study hours by studying for a few days at different times, morning, day and night. Then make a timetable knowing your most efficient hours. Do not blindly follow other’s advice even if it’s from a topper. Ideally, your coaching and school timings are fixed, so you have to make a timetable mainly for self-study and holidays.
Don’t count the number of hours instead, try to follow your timetable with discipline. Study all day, every day, as hard as you can. Focus on completing your daily and weekly goals.
Mainly during the initial stages, it gets tough to study consistently. So don’t make a tough timetable at the start which is difficult to follow for you. Build your interest in subjects, identify effective study hours and then make a final timetable. Taking a break from a rigorous study routine is fine at times but don’t overdo it.