• People told you what material to follow and that is good. NCERT is good enough. Here is something I learnt from analyzing papers (actual JEE main papers)
    1. Roughly 10,10,10 question comes from each branch (organic,inorganic and physical) . I’m not doing any fattebaazi this holds true, for verification see question papers yourself.
    2. Lets do some back tracking .
    3. ORGANIC – You might be surprised to know that only 4–6 questions come from this section . I mean the core organic chemistry from goc,reaction mechanism to amines. If things go bad (paper is set difficult in terms of chemistry ) out of 6 atleast 3 you can attempt after reading NCERT ( In 2016 they asked one question from NBS and other question from NCERT reactions only)
    4. To secure good marks – Organic chem (from NCERT) + Biomolecule/Polymer/ Chem in everyday life +Environmental.
    5. Last 3 chapters have very less to mug up . You get a good percentage in organic. If in last moment you’re weak in organic then atleast do reactions from ncert and 36 year well. Chance is that you might score full in this section .
    6. Inorganic – Some kind of gapla here.
    7. Break it into 5 questions +5questions . 5 questions are asked from chemical bonding and coordination compounds and rest 5 are asked from DnF ,S,D,F .
    8. Physical- No need to explain . RCM is quite useless here. Typical questions like from examples or illustrations of your coaching institute module are asked and some facts here and there from NCERT .Chemistry is one of the most scoring subjects in the JEE MAIN paper. For most people score goes up because of this subject…
    9. Scoring high in this subject (80 & above) isn’t a walk in the park, but when you’re putting in constant efforts for a long time, it’s not that difficult either.
    10. There are 25 chapters (or topics) in the prescribed syllabus for chemistry JEE MAIN, combining 11th and 12th standard syllabus. And that is the reason why it’s difficult. The course is really vast and without constant and disciplined revision and practice, scoring well is just not possible.
    11. The entire syllabus is divided into three parts
    12. Inorganic chemistry
    13. Organic chemistry
    14. Physical chemistry
    15. You just need to make sure your fundamentals are rock solid in almost all the topics and understanding and solving questions will be easy.
    16. To give a brief overview of certain important topics in chemistry:
    17. Chemical Bonding & the periodic table- To be honest these are the most important topics in Chemistry. Mastering Chemical Bonding and the properties of periodic table elements, then solving questions in a lot of topics will be a breeze.
    18. General organic chemistry- Basic principles, hydrocarbons, carbonyl compounds being the most important.
    19. Redox reactions, Mole Concept & the concept of equivalents – Again very basic and but really important.
    20. Solid state, solutions & gases theory- Sometimes theoretical questions come from this part, solving these wouldn’t take any time if you’re clear with the concepts.
    21. Thermochemistry & thermodynamics- Mostly numerical, but have a good weightage in the paper.
    22. P, D & F block- Again, mostly theoretical questions from these chapters.
    23. Having a good hold on these topics doesn’t guarantee you really good marks but these are one of the most important topics in the entire syllabus. Certainly, you need to study different topics too. Plus make a habit of making notes of anything you feel is important. Can be a formula, question, concept, anything.
    24. Do things one by one and number batoro bhaiya 
    25. THANK YOU