Getting into IITs is not an easy task. One of the worst mistake which aspirants do during their preparation, is not to design their study plan.

We have come up with a study plan to prepare for IIT JEE 2019.Â The Plan is made according to certain expectations from the students with respect to the number of hours of study per day.

There is no hard and fast rule for making study plan, everyone likes to go at his/her own pace. But you should definitely use this plan as a guide to prepare your own plan.

**Study Plan to Prepare for IIT JEE 2019:**

If you have decided to prepare for IIT JEE 2019, the most important thing to focus on is discipline. On a monthly basis, a student must study 2-3 chapters in each subject, making a total of 7-10 chapters every month.

**Physics**

May â€“ July 2017

- Units, dimensions, errors
- Motion in a straight line
- Motion in a plane
- Laws of motion
- Work, energy, power
- Rotational mechanics

Aug â€“ Oct 2017

- Collisions (Conservation of momentum)
- Simple harmonic motion
- Elasticity
- Fluid mechanics
- Gravitation

Nov 2017 â€“ Jan 2018

- Waves and oscillations
- Thermodynamics
- Heat transfer

**Chemistry**

May â€“ July 2017

- Stoichiometry and redox reactions
- Atomic structure
- Gaseous state
- Thermodynamics
- Chemical equilibrium

Aug â€“ Oct 2017

- Ionic equilibrium
- Nuclear chemistry
- Alkanes
- Alkenes and alkynes
- Alkyl halides and aromatic compounds

Nov 2017 â€“ Jan 2018

- Isomerisms
- Periodic table
- Chemical bonding

Jan â€“ Apr 2018

- s-block elements
- p-block elements
- Electrochemistry

**Mathematics**

May â€“ July 2017

- Quadratic equations
- Inequalities
- Sequences and series
- Permutations and combinations
- Complex numbers

Aug â€“ Oct 2017

- Trigonometric ratios, identities, and equations
- Straight lines
- Circles
- Parabola

Nov 2017 â€“ Jan 2018

- Ellipse
- Hyperbola
- Relations and functions
- Limits, continuity, and differentiability

Jan â€“ Apr 2018

- Mathematical reasoning
- Probability
- Statistics

**YEAR 2**

**Physics**

May â€“ July 2018

- Geometrical optics
- Wave optics
- Electric charges, forces and fields

Aug â€“ Oct 2018

- Electric potential and capacitance
- Current electricity
- Moving charges and magnetism

Nov 2018 â€“ Jan 2019

- Electromagnetic induction
- Alternating current
- Modern physics

Jan â€“ Apr 2019

- Nuclear physics and radioactivity
- Semi-conductors
- Communication system
- Experimental physics
- Revision

**Chemistry**

May â€“ July 2018

- Electrochemistry
- Chemical kinetics
- Solid state
- Solutions and colligative properties
- Surface chemistry

Aug â€“ Oct 2018

- Alcohols, phenols and ethers
- Aldehydes and ketones
- Carboxylic acid and derivatives

Nov 2018 â€“ Jan 2019

- Amines and aromatic compounds containing nitrogen
- Biomolecules and polymers
- Practical organic chemistry

Jan â€“ Apr 2019

- Co-ordination compounds
- Extractive metallurgy
- Qualitative analysis
- d and f-block elements
- Chemistry in everyday life
- Revision

**Mathematics**

May â€“ July 2018

- Determinants
- Matrices
- Probability

Aug â€“ Oct 2018

- Solutions of triangle
- Inverse trigonometric functions
- Methods of differentiation and applications of derivatives

Nov 2018 â€“ Jan 2019

- Indefinite integration
- Definite integration
- Differential equations

Jan â€“ Apr 2019

- Area under the curve and linear programming
- Vectors
- 3D geometry
- Revision

Although the plan is prepared till April 2019, aspirants should try to finish it by Dec 2018, so that they have enough time for revision and/or School Exams.