This post targets JEE 2015 aspirants.
Roughly 6 months to JEE - May 24, 2014 is the date for you.
The time is roughly mid of November - the time when most of you (who started the preparation in 2013) must have completed the syllabus and are heading for revision work.
So here are some pointers on "how to revise" :
Since most of the serious JEE aspirants are enrolled in some or the other coaching institute, I will first discuss the revision strategy for them.
So, since your coaching material is meant exclusively for JEE, it is a good idea to start with your coaching booklets/notes (which you made). These notes are "to the point" and are surely going to help you for revision. It's always better to revise from notes. Reading same old book again and again is not only boring but also its of no use because you are not necessarily learning anything new. So, Start with coaching notes
When you are done with notes, you might decide to solve problems. Specialized revision packages like the ones provided by FIITJEE/Resonance are no doubt useful for JEE - but make sure to stick to the syllabus.
Specifically for inorganic chemistry, I would like to mention that revising from NCERT is the best option because of the past year trends in JEE which say that a majority of inorganic chemistry questions are from NCERT directly.
Moving on to those people who aren't enrolled in any specific coaching institute - you people have no choice other than books. Don't get disheartened if you do not have access to "FIITJEE" or "Bansal" material - you are not losing anything. Where there is a will, there is a way. Work hard and you'll end up being the best. All you need is a good planning methodology.
Start with standard textbooks - HC Verma, DC Pandey, LG Wade, NCERT, OP Tondon, TMH, RD Sharma, etc. Start absorbing the formulas. Make a diary mentioning those things which you tend to forget - and make sure to revise this diary again and again.
Parallel to revision, you should focus equally on problem solving - from revision packages (which you can purchase from the market) as well as from books.
The aim is "not to forget whatever has been done already".
Work hard, stay motivated and you'll end up with flying colors in JEE