## JEE Mains 2025 Study Plan for 6 months

How to prepare for JEE Main 2024 in 6 months: JEE Mains 2025 Study Plan for 6 months  At Jupiter Academy Chennai, we understand the challenges faced by school students who are preparing for JEE Mains 2025. Balancing schoolwork with JEE preparation requires a well-structured plan. In this guide, we’ll walk you through a detailed 6-month study plan that optimizes your time, strengthens your concepts, and boosts your confidence.

## IIT JEE Exam 2025

The weightage of topics tells you which ones you should focus on more. This helps you plan your study time better by spending more time on important topics while still covering everything you need to know.

 Physics Topics Weightage Physics and Measurement 4% Properties of Solids and Liquids 5% Thermodynamics 9% Electrostatics 9% Current Electricity 8% Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism 5% Electromagnetic Waves 5% Optics 10% Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation 6% Electronic devices 14% Communication Systems 5% Chemistry Topics Weightage Some basic concepts in Chemistry 5% Solutions 5% Chemical Thermodynamics 4% Equilibrium 6% Redox Reaction and Electrochemistry 4% p- Block Elements 5% Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure 5% d – and f – BLOCK ELEMENTS 4% Coordination Compounds 4% Organic Compounds containing Halogens 2% Organic Compounds containing Oxygen 6% Chemistry in Everyday Life 4% Mathematics Topics Weightage Sets, Relations and Functions 5% Complex numbers and quadratic equations 7% Matrices and Determinants 7% Permutations and combinations 4% Sequence and series 5% Integral Calculus 9% Limit, continuity and differentiability 10% Coordinate geometry 15% Three Dimensional Geometry 6% Vector Algebra 5% Statistics and Probability 8% Trigonometry 4%

## IIT JEE STUDY Time Table

Month 1-2: Building a Strong Foundation

Goal: Focus on understanding the basics while managing school studies.

Study Plan:

• Morning Routine (1 hour): Start your day with a quick revision of school topics that overlap with the JEE syllabus. This habit will reinforce your understanding of core concepts.
• Evening Sessions (2-3 hours): Dedicate time to JEE-specific subjects. Focus on:
• Physics: Mechanics (Newton’s laws, work, power, energy, rotational motion, gravitation), Properties of Matter, Thermodynamics, Oscillations and Waves.
• Chemistry: Physical Chemistry (basic concepts, states of matter, solutions, thermodynamics, equilibrium), Inorganic Chemistry (periodic table, chemical bonding, s-block, p-block elements).
• Mathematics: Sets, Relations and Functions, Trigonometry, Algebra (complex numbers, linear inequalities, quadratic equations, permutations and combinations, binomial theorem), Coordinate Geometry (straight lines, circles).
• Night Review (30 minutes): End your day by revisiting what you learned during your evening study session.

Weekend Focus:

• Saturday: Spend 3-4 hours intensively studying weaker areas and solving JEE-level problems.
• Sunday: Take a full-length mock test to familiarize yourself with the exam pattern. Analyze your performance and revise areas of weakness.

Goal: Strengthen your grasp on more complex topics while keeping up with schoolwork.

Study Plan:

• Morning Routine (1 hour): Continue with quick revisions of school topics that align with JEE preparation.
• Evening Sessions (2-3 hours): Dive deeper into:
• Physics: Electrostatics, Current Electricity, Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents.
• Chemistry: Inorganic Chemistry (d and f block elements, coordination compounds), Organic Chemistry (basic principles, hydrocarbons).
• Mathematics: Conic sections, Vector algebra, 3D geometry, calculus (limits, continuity, differentiation, applications of derivatives).
• Night Review (30 minutes): Reinforce what you’ve studied and prepare for the next day.

Weekend Focus:

• Saturday: Focus on more challenging JEE topics and practice solving complex problems.
• Sunday: Take a mixed-topic mock test and thoroughly review your mistakes.

Month 5: Advanced Preparation and Revision

Goal: Complete the JEE syllabus and integrate revision into your daily routine.

Study Plan:

• Morning Routine (1 hour): Align your school studies with JEE topics for seamless learning.
• Evening Sessions (2-3 hours): Focus on advanced topics:
• Physics: Optics, Modern Physics, Semiconductor Electronics.
• Chemistry: Organic Chemistry (haloalkanes, haloarenes, alcohols, phenols, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, amines), Physical Chemistry (electrochemistry, chemical kinetics, surface chemistry).
• Mathematics: Integral calculus, applications of integrals, differential equations, probability, statistics.
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• Night Review (30 minutes): Reflect on the day’s learning and ensure thorough understanding.

Weekend Focus:

• Saturday: Finalize any remaining topics and start revising older material.
• Sunday: Conduct a comprehensive mock test to simulate exam conditions and refine your strategy.

Month 6: Intensive Revision and Final Preparation

Goal: Consolidate your knowledge and maximize performance through rigorous practice.

Study Plan:

• Morning Routine (1 hour): Quick revision of both school and JEE topics to keep concepts fresh.
• Evening Sessions (2-3 hours):
• Revise key topics across all subjects.
• Practice daily problem-solving with mixed JEE questions.
• Night Review (30 minutes): Light revision to ensure retention and readiness for the next day.

Weekend Focus:

• Saturday: Intensive mock test practice and focused revision on weaker areas.
• Sunday: Take a final full-length mock test to polish your exam strategy and boost confidence.

Key Points:

• Balance: Ensure a balance between theory and problem-solving.
• Regular Practice: Solve plenty of problems from textbooks and previous year papers.
• Mock Tests: Take regular mock tests to assess your preparation.
• Revision: Dedicate time for regular revision of completed topics.
• Weak Areas: Identify your weak areas and focus extra effort on them.
• Time Management: Practice time management during problem-solving.