If you are able to adopt the following steps you can easily achieve the score you are aiming for.
- Try to maintain consistency in your score.
- Analyze the last 5 years JEE mains papers and you can see 75–80% of the questions have been asked from only 60% of the syllabus, so identify the easy topics for you and try to strengthen your concepts.
- Now only 12 days left for your preparation for the Feb attempt, so don’t prepare any new chapter in a rush.
- Take any reliable Mock test on every alternative day and use the gap day to review the question paper and identify one or two chapters(Keeping point 3 in your mind) per subject where you are lagging and revise the notes or material(keeping 2nd point in mind) and practice all possible types of numerical, before you write the next mock test, And repeat this until your exam. In this way, let us say you will write around 6 mock tests, and on average 6 to 7 chapters per subject.
If you follow the above-mentioned steps very strictly, there a possibility that you will improve your score by 60 to 70 marks.