Cracking IIT JEE Mains In 24 Days With OUST

IIT JEE is hard to crack and most students aren’t able to make it through only because they aren’t given the right direction. So we decided to bring forward a plan that will help you crack JEE Mains with just 24 days on OUST!

Where to start

Our in-house experts know that there is no substitute to hard work, but studying smart is always a wise thing to do. In this post, we’re going to walk you through how you can make the most out of exactly 24 days to score higher in IIT JEE Mains by consistently preparing and competing on OUST.

Step 1 

So, the first step to this fast track preparation is to download OUST.

Step 2

The next step, is to understand how important time is when preparing for IIT JEE. Hence, we decided to break the 24 days on OUST into 3 broad categories based on their weightage and importance in the JEE Mains paper.

All the main subjects that are covered in the IIT JEE Mains paper consist of large portions. While preparing everything is good, sometimes focusing on only what’s important is the key to success. After rummaging through results of IIT JEE toppers over the years, here’s what an ideal preparation distribution should look like:

  • CHEMISTRY- 40%
  • PHYSICS- 30%

Step 3

The next step is to understand how these 24 days are going to work for you the best. So before you begin your preparation for IIT JEE Mains on OUST, here are a few quick notes from our in-house experts that you must read:

  • The suggested time allocation is to be treated as an approximate. Please vary your study schedule as per your needs and comfort around subjects.
  • If you want to start your preparations right away in a more competitive environment, join the Manipal Challenge Contest, where you will have access to the latest content for rigorous exam practice.

Step 4

Starting with your preparation on OUST.


Physics: Daily Evening (1 hr) Normal Modules!

A. The 10 topics in Physics that you need to focus on the most for JEE Mains are: 

  1. Dimensional Analysis
  2. Gravitation
  3. Electrostatics
  4. Current Electricity
  5. Heat Transfer
  6. Electromagnetic Induction
  7. Waves & Sound
  8. Geometrical Optics
  9. Thermodynamics
  10. Kinetic Theory of Gases.

Although some of these chapters might seem easy to most students, it is important to keep in mind that knowing the correct units and dimensions of every physical quantity in these 10 chapters will help you narrow down your answers quickly in multiple choice questions.

Suggested number of questions to practice on OUST: 2,000 (time bound) 

B. Following topics are classified as the fundamentals of physics. You should focus on answering at least one or maximum 2 questions from the below sections:  

  • Kinematics
  • Newton’s Laws of Motion
  • Friction

Suggested number of questions to practice on OUST: 800 (time bound) 

C. Following topics are flagged IMPORTANT and if you do cover them in totality, you’ll be scoring a lot higher in you JEE Mains: 

  • Work, Energy and Power
  • Electrostatics
  • Current Electricity
  • Wave Optics
  • Ray Optics

Suggested number of questions to practice on OUST: 2,000 (time bound) 

D. After you’re comfortable with the topics listed in A, B and C, following are the topics that you can expect at least 2 to 3 questions from in the paper: 

  • Centre of Mass, Momentum and Collision
  • Rotational Dynamics
  • Simple Harmonic Motion
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Wave Motion and String Waves
  • Magnetism
  • Heat & Thermodynamics (This topic covers a similar topic in Chemistry as well) 
  • Nuclear Physics
  • Modern Physics

Suggested number of questions to practice on OUST: 2,000 (time bound) 


Maths: Daily Afternoon (1 hr) Normal Modules!

A. The following have been classified as the fundamentals of mathematics. You can safely expect 1 or 2 questions from them in the paper: 

  • Circles and Family of Circles
  • Sequence and Series

B. The next few topics are easy as well as important. You should be able to use them to your advantage to score higher in the Maths section (avoid silly mistakes though): 

  • Applications of Derivative
  • Limit and Continuity
  • Matrices and Determinants

C. Once you have prepared the topics listed under A and B, focus on these topics next. You can expect about 2 to 3 questions from most of these topics in the paper: 

  • 3-D Geometry
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Vector Algebra
  • Integration
  • Complex Numbers
  • Parabola
  • Trigonometric Ratios


Chemistry: Daily Morning (1.5 hr) Normal Modules!

A. The following topics are classified as the fundamentals of Chemistry and must be paid attention to while preparing for IIT JEE on OUST:

  • Chemical Bonding
  • IUPAC Nomenclature
  • Periodic Table

B. After you have prepared the topics listed under A, the following are a few topics where you can easily score marks for the Chemistry section if prepared well: 

  • Mole Concept
  • Co-ordination Chemistry
  • Alcohol, Phenols and Ethers
  • p-Block elements

C. Once through with the topics A and B cover, here are the next few topics that you can easily expect 1 to 2 questions from in the paper: 

  • Atomic Structure
  • Gaseous State
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Aldehydes and Ketones
  • d & f Block Elements
  • General Organic Chemistry
  • Chemical Equilibrium
  • Ionic Equilibrium
  • Thermodynamics
  • Hydrogen and its Compounds
  • s-Block Elements


Everyone’s preparation for IIT JEE Mains could differ depending on their comfort level with various subjects and the time they have on hand. We suggest you pay close attention to the above listed topics under Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics to score higher in the paper.

If you have any doubts on how to prepare for JEE Mains, feel free to drop us a message on our Facebook page and our in-house experts will get back to you in no time.

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