While studying the complete syllabus is important, it is also a wise strategy to give importance to those topics that carry weightage in JEE Main. An analysis of the past 20 years of the papers of JEE Main and AIEEE show the following topics are important. The respective weightage of the same is given below. Make sure to incorporate this in your how to prepare for JEE Main plan.

**JEE Main Physics Topics with Weightage**

- Physics and Measurement - 4% weightage
- Work Energy and Power - 3% weightage
- Rotational Motion - 3% weightage
- Properties of Solids and Liquids - 5% weightage
- Kinetic theory of Gases - 3% weightage
- Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating currents - 3% weightage
- Experimental skills - 3% weightage
- Kinematics - 3% weightage
- Laws of motion - 3% weightage
- Gravitation - 2% weightage
- Thermodynamics - 9% weightage
- Oscillations and Waves - 3% weightage
- Electrostatics - 9% weightage
- Current Electricity - 8% weightage
- Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism - 5% weightage
- Electromagnetic Waves - 5% weightage
- Optics- 10% weightage
- Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation - 6% weightage
- Atoms and Nuclei - 3% weightage
- Electronic devices - 14% weightage
- Communication Systems - 5% weightage

**JEE Main Maths Topics with Weightage**

- Sets, Relations and Functions - 5% weightage
- Complex numbers and quadratic equations - 7% weightage
- Matrices and Determinants - 7% weightage
- Permutations and combinations - 4% weightage
- Binomial theorem and its simple applications - 2% weightage
- Sequence and series - 5% weightage
- Integral Calculus - 9% weightage
- Limit, continuity and differentiability - 10% weightage
- Co-ordinate geometry - 15% weightage
- Three Dimensional Geometry - 6% weightage
- Vector Algebra - 5% weightage
- Statistics and Probability - 8% weightage
- Trigonometry - 4% weightage
- Mathematical reasoning - 3% weightage
- Differential equations - 3% weightage
- Mathematical Induction - 3% weightage

**JEE Main Chemistry Topics with Weightage**

- Some basic concepts in chemistry - 5% weightage
- States of matter - 3% weightage
- Atomic Structure - 3% weightage
- Solutions - 5% weightage
- Chemical Thermodynamics - 4% weightage
- Equilibrium - 6% weightage
- Redox Reaction and Electrochemistry - 4% weightage
- Chemical kinetics - 3% weightage
- Surface Chemistry - 1% weightage
- General Principle and process of Isolation of metals - 2% weightage
- Classification of Elements and Periodic table - 3% weightage
- Hydrogen - 3% weightage
- p- Block Elements - 5% weightage
- S - Block Elements Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals - 1% weightage
- Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure- 5%
- d - and f - BLOCK ELEMENTS - 4% weightage
- Co-ordination Compounds - 4% weightage
- Environmental Chemistry - 3% weightage
- Purification and Characterisation of Organic Compounds -s 3% weightage
- Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry - 3% weightage
- Hydrocarbons - 3% weightage
- Organic Compounds containing Halogens - 2% weightage
- Organic Compounds containing Oxygen - 6% weightage
- Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen - 1% weightage
- Polymers - 3% weightage
- Biomolecules - 3% weightage
- Chemistry in Everyday Life - 4% weightage
- Principles Related to Practical Chemistry - 3% weightage

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