Here’s How students can Better Prepare For Exams, Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

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    About COVID-19

    On the analysis provided by WHO (World Health Organisation) on COVID-19 outbreak situation, there are about 294,110 confirmed cases, 12944 deaths spread across  187 count ries, areas or territories. WHO has been iterating from the beginning that their greatest concern is the impact this virus could have, if it gains a foothold in countries with weaker health systems or with vulnerable populations. Data from many countries clearly show that people under age group fifty, make up a significant portion of patients requiring hospitalisation.

    Unlike any pandemic in history, we have the power to reverse this situation. Solidarity is the key to defeating COVID-19, not only between countries but also between age groups.

    There are many things that can be done during this period of self-isolation. Here’s detail about how best the situation can be postively utilised by students.

    Study Materials going online

    It has become mandatory for institutes to upgrade and become more responsive towards catering to the needs and demands of learners. The need of the hour is to use the power of digital and shift towards online and virtual ways of learning. Inorder to ensure that students in schools, universities and institutions which are closed due to prevent the spread of coronavirus, don’t lose out on their studies, Government has ensured online study material for students. 

    Institutes can create peer groups on Whatsapp that will help teachers and students to stay connected and share all the relevant updates and information regularly such as exam guidelines, syllabus, study notes, preparation tips etc.

    Facilitating online lectures or classes by teachers so that all important topics are covered and students can revise and be up to date with their preparation. 

    Preparation for JEE Main during self isolation period

    JEE Main exams for April session has been postponed. New dates will be announced only after March 31, 2020. Here’s a detailed timetable on how students can prepare for JEE Main examinations.

    Day 1 – March 23

    Physics  Chemistry Mathematics 
    • Gravitation

    • Laws of motion

    • Organic compounds containing nitrogen

    • Polymers

    • Three-dimensional geometry

    • Differential equations

    Day 2 – March 24

    Physics  Chemistry Mathematics 
    • Oscillations and waves

    • Electronic devices

    • Some basic principles of organic chemistry

    • Biomolecules

    • Three-dimensional geometry

    • Differential equations

    Day 3 – March 25

    Physics  Chemistry Mathematics 
    • Kinetic theory of gases

    • Current electricity

    • Classification of elements and periodicity in properties

    • Hydrogen

    • Block elements (alkali and alkaline earth metals)

    • Binomial theorem and its simple applications

    Day 4 – March 26

    Physics  Chemistry Mathematics 
    • Communication systems

    • Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents

    • Group 13 to group 18 elements

    • d- and f – block elements

    • Co-ordination compounds

    • Sequence and series
    Day 5 – March 27
    Physics  Chemistry Mathematics 
    • Magnetic effects of current and magnetism

    • Optics

    • Environmental chemistry

    • General principles and processes of isolation of metals

    • Some basic concepts in chemistry

    • Vector algebra

    Day 6 – March 28

    Physics  Chemistry Mathematics 
    • Electromagnetic waves

    • Atoms and nuclei


    • Physical States of matter

    • Atomic structure

    • Chemical bonding and molecular structure

    • Statistics and probability

    Day 7 – March 29

    Physics  Chemistry Mathematics   
    • Electrostatics

    • Dual nature of matter and radiation

    • Chemical thermodynamics

    • Solutions

    • Equilibrium

    • Trigonometry
    Day 8 – March 30
    Physics  Chemistry Mathematics 
    • Experimental Skills
    • Redox reactions and electrochemistry

    • Chemical kinetics

    • Surface chemistry

    • Co-ordinate geometry


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