Maths can be a very scoring subject if you prepare it well. Almost half of the questions (i.e. 15 questions) are generally easy and can be done by anyone who has a basic understanding of the concepts and a little bit of practice. What matters most is the other half of the paper.
To solve them you need to do proper practice. The shortest way, and also a quite effective one, is to memorize as much of the formulas as you can. Then solve the questions related to a formula to understand it completely.
These are all about study materials and some tips on how to study. Now I am going to give you some general tips which I hope you found helpful during your preparation. Solve NCERT as much time as you can. Its exercises are very systematic, and it will help you to understand the different formulas and concepts completely.
- NCERT Exemplar is next step. Solve it, after solving the NCERT. Its questions are a little bit tough and more logical, which will strengthen your concept. Exemplar has questions which are on Mains pattern, so you will also get the idea which type of questions can come into the exam.
- Again, previous years’ JEE Main question papers are important. You can get the idea of your preparation by solving it. And there is always a chance that question might get repeated.