- Online Gurukul

Daily schedule when preparing for IIT JEE.

Share on whatsapp
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on telegram

My daily schedule used to be very tough, as I used to have both school and coaching classes. I went to school as less as I could, because I was concentrating primarily on JEE preparation. 

My schedule during the two years of preparation (Class 11th and 12th), used to be something like this:

·         Wake up at 6:45 am. Have breakfast while revising notes.

·         Coaching classes from 8:00am – 1:00pm.

·         Have lunch while listening to my chemistry recordings, different tips and tricks for different subjects.

·         School from 3:00pm to 7:00pm (During my school hours, I used to solve math and physics problem, sitting on the back bench as I had good relationships with both these subject teachers)

·          After returning from the School, I usually have my dinner and then taking the rest of 15-20min again start studying till around 2 am in the night. I used to drink a lot of water to keep myself concentrated and awake.

·         And then have some well-deserved sleep.

JEE preparation is not easy. It is like a long journey.

While I studied a lot, I also ensured that I had enough time to follow my hobbies, such as playing cricket (I used to play on Sunday).

As I told you I had a very tough schedule, but due to some reason, I was not well prepared for the JEE Advanced (my first attempt) and therefore soon, after my board exam I moved to Kota for better preparation.

My detailed daily timetable:

Wake up: 5:30am

Class: 6:15am (class used to start at 6:30am)

Lunch:  1:15pm -2:00pm

Revising Class Notes:  2:10pm – 3:15 pm

Solving Math Sheet- 3:15pm – 5:00pm

Solving Physics sheet- 5:10pm – 6:45pm

Going Out for some refreshment and snacks – 6:50pm – 7:30pm (sometimes, I used to return earlier)

Now it’s time for chemistry – 7:30pm – 9:00pm

Dinner (going to mess)- 9:00pm -9:45pm

After the dinner, I used to sit and relax in the park nearby my room to comfort myself.

After coming back to my room, once again, I used to revise the things for the next class. Before going to bed, I used to listen to my own recording or the teacher’s recording.

11:30pm: it’s my sleep time…

One thing you must keep in mind that making a time table is an easy task, but to follow it, one needs to have a lot of determination and passion for the same. So I would suggest not to make such asterisk time table that you can’t follow. In the beginning, give yourself some time to adjust and later on you can have a long studying schedule

All the Best.

Keep visiting pracbee.com for more such relevant information and updates.

The founders of PracBee are senior IITians, passionate about education in India and ensuring high performance of students.

Contact us