In this blog I have shared with you the** Pdf of SHORT TRICKS** below. Just go through it and you will be able to solve question within few second.

Table of Contents

### Hit and Trial

It is a fundamental trick that you can use to solve problems with the general solution. Start with putting values to the variable and check which of the options give you the answer. This JEE Main trick will fetch you easy marks and is suitable for problems that sport complex orientation.

### Remember the Series Expansion

Most of the problems in JEE Main Mathematics have a quick and neat solution that does not require more than a few lines. The well-known methods for such problems may be cumbersome and time-consuming. In a few cases, series expansion may come in handy. Keep them in the back of your mind.

Also, it would help you a lot if you practice trigonometry and its related formulas during the last few months of your preparation. Look up the formulas frequently, so that you don’t forget them. Deriving these formulas during exam time will be futile, and nothing will serve you better than your memory.

## How to Make an ‘Intelligent’ Guess

JEE Main does not require you to submit any working or procedure of how you arrived at your answer. It only awards you on the merit of your choice. As a result, there is a scope for intelligent guesses.

Personally, I would not advise you to rely completely on guesswork if you wish to crack the JEE Main! But at times, a few correct guesses can boost your rank a long way up.

### Stay Away from Extremes

Some of the questions in JEE Main have numerical answers. In such cases, it is often a good idea that you stay away from the maximum and minimum values. In almost 65% of cases, the answer would be one of the two closest values.

### Narrow Down Your Options

At times, the options can be very confusing. In such scenarios, you can systematically strike out those options which are completely unlikely. Questions that have ‘All of these’ as one of its options can be approached by eliminating the wrong choices, thus, reducing to only two viable possibilities.

### Units and Values

Another common shortcut you should use during your JEE Main exam is examining the unit and the value of each option. JEE frequently plays around with it. If you are stuck on a similar problem and solving it seems out of the question, choose the unit and the value with maximum occurrences.

### Dimensional Analysis

Dimensional Analysis can help you out in some of the most terrible situations. Not only will it save you a large chunk of time but will also steer you away from possible mistakes you may commit during tedious calculations.

** SHORT TRICKS PDF-** https://drive.google.com/open?id=15VoBqmszAZsLBwz9N-PdydRAfYplYVRp

**Important Topics for JEE Main 2020 in Physics**

Firstly, let’s talk about the important topics for JEE Main in Physics frequently asked in JEE Main. These topics have been carrying a consistent weightage as per the JEE Main previous year papers.

We have divided the important topics into easy scoring topics and difficult topics.

- Semiconductor – 4 marks
- Communication system – 4 marks
- Current electricity- 4/8 marks
- Current electricity- 4/8 marks
- Nuclear Phy- 4 marks
- Optics – 8 marks
- Optics – 8 marks
- Electromagnetic Waves- 4 marks
- Waves – 4 marks
- Electrostats and Gravitation – 8 marks

**Easy
Topics in JEE Main Physics**

**Electrostatics**is a very lengthy but is a easy topic. Mostly three to four questions are asked from this topic every year.**Current Electricity**is a small topic but is very scoring. Questions from the topic like colour code of resisters, Ohm’s Law, etc. are frequently asked in the JEE Main exam.**Electro-magnetic Induction**and**Alternating Current**is also easy topic and is an important topic for JEE Main. One to two questions are asked from these two topics each year.**Semiconductor & Electronic Devices, Communication, Units & Dimensions, Measurement of error (Absolute and Relative), Instruments.**These are very small and scoring topics. One question is usually asked from each of these topics in JEE Main. So, you should not skip these as they can easily score 16-20 marks.

**Difficult
Topics as per JEE Main Physics Syllabus**

The topics given below are also important topics of JEE Main 2020 in Physics, but require dedicated focus and more time.

**Mechanics**is the most important topic for JEE Main. Most of the questions asked in JEE Main demand conceptual understanding of the chapters of Mechanics. Some of the important topics in mechanics for JEE Main are:- Newton’s Law of Motion
- Bernoulli’s theorem
- Elasticity
- Equation of Continuity
- Kinematics
- Fluid Mechanics
- Work, Energy and Power
- Rigid Body Dynamics
- Gravitation
- Law of conservation of momentum (linear/angular)

**Magnetism**is a very important topic for JEE Main. Usually, a good number of questions are asked from this topic in JEE Main.**Optics**is also a very important topic for JEE Main. You should be thorough in this topic.**Modern Physics**is the most important topic for JEE Main in Physics. This chapter typically has a questions of 12-16 marks in JEE Main. Most frequently asked topics are as below:- X-ray (Continuous wavelength, Characteristic Wavelength)
- Atomic Structure (Spectrum/Radius)
- Radioactivity
- Dual Nature of Matter
- Photoelectric Effect
- Nuclear fission

- You must study
**Oscillation and Waves**topic in detail. Questions related to topics like SHM, sound waves, string, Doppler effect, Wave Optics are surely asked in JEE Main each year. - 1-2 questions are asked
every year from
**Thermodynamics**, so you should be thorough with it as well.

**Chemistry EASY AND IMPORTANT CHAPTERS ( JEE MAINS
2020 )**

- Mole concept- 4 marks
- Solid state – 4 marks
- Solution – 4 marks
- Biomolecules- 4 marks
- Polymer- 4 marks
- Atomic structure- 4 marks
- Chemical Bonding- 4/8 marks
- Chemical kinetics- 4 marks
- Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry- 8 marks
- Surface chemistry + Metallurgy + real Gas + Chem in Every day – 12 marks

**Important
topics for JEE Main Organic Chemistry**

The pattern of questions asked in Organic Chemistry in JEE Main is not fixed. Questions can be asked at random and therefore, all are important topics for JEE Main 2020. You should prepare the basic and general topics of organic chemistry in detail. These topics include nomenclature, types of reactions, basicity, acidity, etc.

You
should be thorough with the named reactions and their mechanism. Questions
based on named reactions and mechanism are commonly asked in JEE Main . You
should also prepare steps of common chemical reactions. On average, 2-3
questions from the topic – **organic synthesis** are asked in the exam.

**Important
topics for JEE Main Inorganic Chemistry**

All the topics in Inorganic Chemistry are considered important for JEE Main 2020. All the chapters carry equal weightage in JEE Main. Your basics and the fundamentals should be clear in each and every topic. Inorganic chemistry can help boost your score if you prepare Method of Preparation, Chemical Reactions, uses, etc. of the compounds.

The **Elements
of the periodic table and Chemical Bonding** are the most important topics
for JEE Main 2020. These two topics should be on your tips. They are important
for building a solid foundation for Inorganic chemistry. Questions asked from
Chemical bonding are based on the following topics:

- Fajan’s Rule & it’s application
- Shape and Hybridisation
- Molecular Orbital Theory (where the most important topic is Electronic Configuration)
- Dipole Moment

Another
very important topic for JEE Main in Inorganic Chemistry is **Transition
elements and coordination chemistry**. About three questions are asked from this
chapter. Questions are based on topics like Isomerism (Structural, Geometrical,
Linkage, Optical Isomerism), Lanthanoid Contraction, Nomenclature and Crystal
Field Theory.

**Hydrogen** and **S & P block elements**
are also among the most important topics for JEE Main. You should be thorough
in topics such as structures of various acids like P, S, Cl, N, Nitrogen
Oxides, Dimers of Boron and Aluminium, oxides and their acidic-basic structure.

**Important
topics for JEE Main Physical Chemistry**

The most
important topic for JEE Main in Physical Chemistry is **Mole concept**. Many
reactions like Redox Reaction are based on Mole concept. So, this topic should
be on your tips as this is the basic connect.

Your
formulae and basic concepts should be clear in **Atomic Structure**.
Questions are frequently asked from this chapter in JEE Main. Important topics
in this chapter are Quantum Numbers, the Wavelength of Electronic Transition
and Ionisation Energy.

**Gaseous
State and Solid state** are also
important topics for JEE Main 2020. Your fundamentals should be clear on these
topics. Frequently asked questions are from topics like van der Waals equation,
Kinetic Theory of Gases and Types of Molecular Velocity.

The other topics that carry equal weightage in JEE Main are below:

- Solutions
- Electrochemistry & redox Reactions
- Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
- Chemical Thermodynamics
- Equilibrium
- Surface Chemistry
- Chemical Kinetics

**Important Topics for JEE Main 2020 in Mathematics**

In the Mathematics section of JEE Main, there is an even distribution of marks for all the chapters. There are 15 chapters and all are equally important chapters for JEE Main. So, you can prioritise focusing on particular chapters which are easy and the chapters in which you have a good grip.

Below is a list of scoring chapters and important chapters for JEE Main in Mathematics:

- Sequence & Series
- Determinants and Matrices
- Sets and relations
- Mathematical Reasoning
- Statistics & Probability
- Vector & 3D
- Straight line
- Circle
- Definite Integral
- Indefinite Integral
- Application of Derivatives
- Differential equation
- Application of Integrals
- Trigonometric Ratios

**MATHS EASY AND IMPORTANT CHAPTERS ( JEE MAINS 2020
)**

- Statistics- 4 marks
- Height and Distance- 4 marks
- Mathematical Reasonong- 4marks
- Matrices and Determinant- 8 marks
- Sets,Relation and function – 8 marks
- Vector and 3D– 8 marks
- Quadratic equation– 4 Marks
- Area – 4 marks
- Limit , continuity and derivability–8 marks
- Conic section – 12 marks