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ITJEE Study Planner: Recommended Study Time (Self Study)
The following table will assist with questions about how much time you should devote to # particular
cchapter/aubject
List of chapters (with recommended ume slowed)
Total Solved | Conceptual | Exercises] Chapter
Topic (hours) examples| problems | (problems) | test
Mathematics
Complex numbers 21 2 1 16 2
Quadratic equations 19 1 1 1 16 1
Progressions 10 1 2 1 6 2
Permutations and 22 1 2 1 18 2
combinations
Trigonometry 38 2 2 1 30 2
Straight lines 18 2 3 1 2 3
Circles 21 2 4 1 14 4
Conie sections 34 4 4 1 25 4
Binomial theorem 33 2 3 1 ar 3
Functions, Limits and 49 4 4 1 40 4
Continuity
Differentiablity and 19 1 4 1 B 4
differentiation
Application of derivatives 33 1 3 1 28 3
Indefinite integration 10 1 3 1 5 3
Definite integratic 10 1 3 1 3 3
Ares under the curve 19 1 5 1 2 5
Differential equations 14 1 4 1 8
Determinants 23 1 3 1 16
Matrices i 1 2 1 7 2
Probability 16 1 4 1 0 4
Vectors 13 1 3 1 8 3
Three dimensional geometry 10 2 2 1 $ 2
Total (hours) 446 34 65 a 326 65
Physics
Units, dimensions, 15 2 25 0s ww 2
vectors and caleulus
‘Kinematics 13 3 23 03 7 3
(continued)(continued)
Total | Reading olved Exercises | Chapter
(hours) | (textbook) | examples (problems) | test
Laws of motion 18 2 2.5 13 2
Work, Power and Energy 17 2 25 0s 12 2
Center of mass, collision 28 4 3 1 20 4
sand Hinear momentura,
Rovational dynamics and 33 4 3 1 25 4
angular momentum
Elasticity, fluid dynamics 35 4 3 1 a7 4
and properties of matter
Gravitation 16 2 Ls os 12 2
Simple Harmonic Motion 21 3 25 os 15 3
Wave motion 2B 4 25 os 16 4
Heat trans for and 48 8 85 25 35 s
calorimetry
Electrostaties 45 3 3S 13 35 7
Current electricity 28 4 3 1 20 4
Magnetic field and magnetic 27 4 1 20 4
effects of current
Electromagnetic Induction 18 3 2 1 12 3
‘and Altematng Current
Ray Optics au 4 2 1 4
Wave Opties 18, 4 2 1 ul
Modem Physics 18 3 1 10
‘Total (hours) 42 64 475 165 314 66
‘Chemistry
Basie concepts ol chemastry 1X 3 vs 2 2
Atomie Structure 18.5 3 25 0 10 2
Periodic properties 10 3 1 6 2
Gas laws au 4 25 os 14 3
Chemical bonding 15 3 2 10 2
Chemical energetics 18 3 25 os 12 2
Chemical equilibrium 20 4 Ls os la 3
Tonic equilibrium 2B 4 Ls os 7 3
Redox reeetions 16 3 2.5 os 10 2
General organic chemistry 29 3 Ls os 2 4
(continued)(continued)
otal | Reading | Solved | Coneeptual | Exercises | Chapter
(hours) | (texthook) | examples | problems | (problems) | test
Hydrocarbons 16 4 12 3
Alcohols and ethers 13 3 fn 2
Allyl and aryl halides 13 5 8 4
Solutions 26 3 28 08 0 3
Solid state 21 3 25 05 13 2
Chemical kinetics 20 3 28 0s 14 2
Electrochemistry 255 3 28 20 2
Nuclear chemistry 145 3 18 fn 2
Functional groups 14 4 10 3
containing nitrogen
Aldelydes and ketones 14 4 0 3
Carboxylic acids and its 19 4 15 3
erivatives
s-Block elements 7 8 1s os ry 4
p-Block elements 24 5 1s os n 4
dLBlock elements 19 5 18 5 0 4
Metallurey 19 3 15 05 12 4
Qualitative salt analysis 19 3 1s 0s 12 4
Co-ordination compounds _15 3 1s 0s 8 4
‘Total (hours) 4945 104 405 8 32 8
(Chapter tests 210
Full Length tests 120 at least 20 tests of various formats, of 6 hrs each
Self assessment 30
Revision / vier usaterial 60
Total Time Required — 1802.5 (hours)
Please note that this is only a recommendation. You can make changes to the study plan based on your
proficiency in the subjects. The sctual time spent can vary between 10 to- 15 per cent depending on the
‘your personal style of study. Please consider that the time given here 1s the minimum that you need to
‘spend. The total time spent in studying for ITJEE across 2 years should not be less than 10 per cent of
the given.Tools for Measuring IITJEE Preparation: Activity Tracking Checklist
Activity tracker: Please put a tick mark (y/)
front of all the act
jes you have completed.
Reading | Power
from text | coaching | Solved Chapter
Topic book examples | Excreises | tests
Mathematics
Complex numbers
(Quadratic equations
Progressions
Permutations and combinations
Trigonometry
Straight lines
Circles
Conic sections
Binomial theorem
Functions, Limits and Continuity
Differentiability and differentiation
Application of derivatives
Indefinite integration
Definite integration
‘Area under the curve
Differential equations
Determinants
Mairices
Probability
Vectors
Three dimensional geometry
Laws of motion
Work, power and energy
Center of mass, collision and.
linear momentum
Rotational dynamies and
angular momentum
Elasticity, Quid dynamics and
properties of matter
Gravitation
Simple Harmonic Motion
(continued)(continued)
opi
Reading
from text
Kk
Power
coaching
theory
Solved
examples
Chapter
tests
Wave motion
Heat transfer and ealorime try
Electrostat
Current electricity
Magaciic Geld and mayuetic effeas
of current
Electromagnetic induction
‘and alternating current
Ray optics
Wave optics
Modera physies
Basie concepts of chemistry
‘Atomic structure
Periodic properties’
Gas laws
a
bemical bonding
(Chemical energetics
(Chemical equilibrium
onic equilibrium
Redox reactions
General organic chemistry
Hydrocarbons
Alcohols and ethers
‘Alkyl wud yl halides
Solutions)
Solid ate
‘Chemical kineties
Electrochemistry,
Nuclear chemistry
Functional groups containing nitrogen
Aldehydes and ketones
Carboxylic acids and their derivatives
‘Stock elements
Metallurgy
Qualitative salt analysis
Coordination compoundsTools for Measuring IITJEE Preparation: Self Assessment
Assess and mark yourself ona scale of 1 to $ on your level of preparedness for each topic, where 5 is
very good and 1 is very poor.
Very good Good 0k Bad Very poor
5 4 3 2 1
You should give yourself a score of
You should give yourself a score of
‘when you are among the top 5% in your peer group.
‘uthen you are among the bottom 50% in your peer group.
Chemistry Rate Mathematics Rate | Physics Rate
Basic concepts of ‘Complex numbers Units, dimensions,
chemistry vectors and calculus
‘Atomic structure ‘Quadratic equations Kinematics
Poviudic paoperticn Logaitiuas Laws of uastion
Gas laws Work, Powerand Energy
‘Chemical bonding
Chemical energetics ‘Trigonometry Rotational dynamics
and angular momentum
‘Chemical equilibrium Straight lines Elasticity, fuid
dynamics and
properties of matter
Tonic equilibrium ‘Ciwkes Gravitation
Redox reactions ‘Conic sections Simple Harmonic Motion
Gonoral organie Binomial theorem Wave motion
chemistry
Tydronarhone waotione, Tite Heat Transior and
and Continuity Calorimetry
Aleobols and ethers Difizentiability and Blectrostaties
differentiation
Alkyl and aryl Application of Current electricity
halides derivatives
Solutions Indefinite integration Magnetic field and
magnetic effects of
current
Solid state Dednite tegration Bleciromagnede
Induction and
Alternating Current
(Continued)(continued)
Chomistey Rate | Mathematics Rate Rate
Chemical kinetics ‘Area under the curve Ray
Electrochemistry Differential equations Wave Optics
Nuclear chemistry Determinants, Modern Physics
Functional groups Matrices
‘containing nitrogen
Aldehydes and Probability
ketones
Carboxylic acids and Vectors
ity their derivatives
‘S-Block elements Three dimensional
geometry
p-Block elemens
-Block elements
Metallurgy.
Qualitative salt
analysis
Coordination
‘compounds
‘+ In order to get a good rank in IITIEE, you should target a seom of S in every topic.
+ You may notice that the topics where you have scored 3 or less are the ones where you have not
completed the activities as per the plan.
Prepare a new plan to otudy the topics, where you have scored 3 oF less.
Identify sub-topics, concepts which are causing problems,
Understand your study style, strengths and weaknesses.

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