Best Time Table and Routine for IIT-JEE Aspirant

To crack any of the exams whether it be IIT/JEE or any other basic exam. You should follow the timetable strictly. Time is the basic aspect of any of the competitive exams. TIME management is considered an important concept. So, to cope up with the time one should follow the best routine timetable. The post is all about how to manage your time accordingly to crack the IIT/JEE Exam.
In this post, we will let you know the best timetable a student can follow to crack the JEE exam. This timetable matches with the toppers study timetable. Whether you are attending a regular school, not attending school, a dropper or want a timetable for holidays, you will get that here. We will also share with you the study timetable of one of the IIT toppers. In the end, we answered a few frequently asked questions of aspirants regarding the JEE timetable. So don’t miss reading it.

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Best Timetable and Routine for JEE Preparation (For students attending regular school)

Time

Activity

5:30 am – 6:30 am Solve Math/ Physics
6:30 am – 7:00 am Get ready for school (adjustable as per your school timings)
7:30 am – 1:30 pm School timings (Solve problems from question banks in the free periods)
2 pm – 2:30 pm Lunch, take a short nap if required
2:30 pm – 5:30 pm Study from coaching modules, homework, assignments
6 pm – 9 pm Online Coaching
9 pm – 10 pm Dinner, study break, entertainment
10 pm – 11 pm Make notes, revise stuff
11 pm Sleep

Best Timetable and Routine for JEE Preparation (For holidays, students not attending school, droppers)

Time

Activity

6:30 am – 8 am Wake up, Breakfast and other essentials
8:00 am – 11:00 am Solve Physics or Mathematics, new concepts, weak areas
11:00 am – 12:00 pm Break – Do anything that relaxes your mind
12:00 pm – 2 pm Homework, assignments, exercises
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Have lunch, take a small nap if required
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Coaching pre-study, read subject which you find interesting
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Tea/ Coffee + snacks, evening walk, game, etc.
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Coaching (Online)
9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Dinner, family time, entertainment, etc.
10:00 pm – 11:00 pm Make notes and Revise what you study throughout the day
11:00 pm Sleep

Note: Keep in mind that this is not the best fit timetable for every JEE aspirant. Some students find late night study more productive than morning, for them this timetable may not work well. However, now you have an idea on how to structure your study routine. Adjust the timings as per your requirement.
Remember as mentioned in the above that. We are sharing with you the study timetable of one of the IIT toppers. Here it is :

Daily toppers Study timetable(Daily Routine)

This was the time table of Aman Goel (AIR-33, JEE Advanced 2013)

  • Woke up at around 7.00 AM.
  • Freshened up, had breakfast – ready for study by somewhere around 7.45 AM.
  • Continuous study session till 11 AM. During the morning session, he used to focus a lot on 2 things: weaker areas and new concepts.
  • Took a break till around 12 PM.
  • Continued for another couple of hours till 2.00 PM.
  • Took a break till 3.00 PM.
  • Attended coaching classes from 4 – 8 PM. If it was a non-coaching day, another study session from 3 – 5 PM.
  • For additional work (if required), another 2 hour long session from 6 PM – 8 PM.
  • Never studied after 8 PM partly because he used to get exhausted.
    After 8 PM, the activities usually included dinner, sitting with parents, browsing the internet, playing something.

Note: To study for long hours, always take a short break of 5-10 minutes after an hour of study. It will keep you energized and you will not feel exhausted.

FAQ’S on JEE Timetable

How many hours a day should I study for JEE?

At Least 7-12hours a day is suggested. Don’t focus on how many hours you should study, focus on how efficiently you can follow the timetable. Always try to focus on accomplishing the daily, weekly and monthly goals.

Is the JEE a difficult exam to prepare for?

JEE is considered the toughest exam and many more students would be working hard to get into IITs or NITs. One should start pushing their boundaries while preparing for the exam. Success can only be achieved by working smartly towards preparing for the JEE-Main and being consistent throughout the preparation time by following the above given time tables will suffice the preparations time.

Which timetable will be the best for JEE?

This answer is based on the individual thoroughly. Because, the timetable that you would be able to follow with utmost efficiency is the best for JEE. You can see the above study routine for students attending school, not attending school, holidays, droppers and toppers. Try to follow the timetable which is best suitable for you.

Is early morning revision beneficial?

For some people, mornings are better for studying, while for others, evening or night time enables them to focus better on their studies. According to the science of “good timing” – mornings are the best for the sake of just brushing up. This means if you have an exam in the morning don’t just wake up in the morning and think according to good timing you could cover all the syllabus.It is good timing only to revise the learnt content already.

Is it required to check the exam pattern every year before starting to prepare for the exams?

Before starting the preparation , aspirants must go through the syllabus and the exam pattern . It is always advised for the aspirants to make an effective check on pattern and revised syllabus which would save time.

How to follow my timetable for JEE Main?

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 over do it.

Conclusion

These are some of the useful FAQ’S,the aspirants should look up to and try to follow the important concept of competitive exams such as time management which is achieved by following the above time tables.

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