JEE syllabus is huge and they test your memorizing power too!!
There are certain topics that are supposed to be revised frequently. You should do the same for the topics that you forget easily. For me, inorganic chemistry (especially p-block) and practical organic chemistry were such topics. Besides there were some formulae in modern physics and integration that needed a regular revision. For formulas, it is advisable to make a notebook containing all the necessary details. It helps a lot. And don't forget to revise the same on every weekend. You will realize that after say a couple of weekends, you are perfectly fine with those topics. This is the general revision strategy to be followed for entire JEE preparation.
Coming to the revision strategy after syllabus is completed. All I can say is solve solve and solve as many problems as you can from all topics. This will help you in 4 ways :
- your speed will improve
- your accuracy will improve
- No need of explicit revision
- your weak points will come ahead
In my case it was Permutations and Combinations, Modern Physics and Thermodynamics and of course a large portion of chemistry because I was relatively weak in that subject.
These chapters will decide your rank because these are the portions where most people are weak so if you cover these, then that would definitely give you an edge over others.
You can also go for specialized revision packages like the ones provided by FIITJEE(GMP + RTPF) or Resonance(Rank Booster).
Joining a test series helps a lot. If you are confident of getting say an under 100 rank then FIITJEE would be a good option but FIITJEE test series might prove to be a disaster because it too tough and far above JEE level. Resonance test series is a good option , although I never tried it.
Go ahead and Crack It!!!