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JEE is an exam which requires a high level of perfection in all respects - particularly in memory, logic, speed, and quantitative analysis. Such perfection requires constant practice. Here, I would like to provide tips which may help my friends clear this exam. Disclaimer: Though I have got a good rank of 96, my beginning (from X) was pretty ordinary - so I expect this guide to help the majority of students. Also, since I'm not a qualified instructor, I can only give my personal point of view.
1] Regular homework and studies. I mean, really regular, as in never-failed-tocomplete-my-homework-on-time type regular. 2] Relaxation and time pass. Yeah. Really. All study and no play makes Jack a nutcase. But don't overdo it - 1 hour at the maximum per day. 3] Isolation. The more friends you have, the more possibility of you getting distracted. Keep a safe distance, avoid most parties and hangouts. The lesser, the better. 4] Taking tests. Join a test series, maybe two, or as many you want - I recommend FIITJEE. Constant tests help you practice and prepare your mind for the JEE pattern. If the tests are to be given at home, do them at the proper time in an isolated room. 5] Finish your syllabus by January, if you are a fresher. If you are dropping, do make sure you complete the syllabus. 6] Keep a positive attitude. Approach new topics with interest, not with an anothertopic-to-mug attitude. Do some research on Wikipedia, try to find applications in dayto-day life. This will help create interest in the topic and improve your understanding as an engineer. 7] Mental and physical exercises, like meditation and yoga. For further details, contact spidey unlimited. AND FINALLY, THE MOST IMPORTANT: 8] Attend all lectures, as in perfect 100% attendance. Quite a no-brainer, this one.
1] Overstress - the deadliest killer is sighted often among JEE students. 2] Procrastinate. As in, put off tomorrow what you can do today. 3] Hang out and waste time. 4] Worry too much. This is a major problem I've seen. People worry so much about classes / test series/ correspondence / teachers / batches / quality / notes / books / college / friend / girlfriend / food / hostel / accommodation .. u get the point... If I were to say it bluntly - just shut up, open the book, and start doing the damn problems!! 5] Lose confidence, or be over confident. IF you lose confidence, go to the forums, we can help you. If you are over confident, just contact me Just joking... Remember that there may be (will be) students out there smarter than you. This applies even if you are the topper of any institute. 6] Sleep less / eat less. The body is like any machine, and needs proper rest. Regular sleep of at least 7 hours is a must.
So I decided to get down to work. So the golden rule is practice a lot of sample papers and in the exams not to waste time on a single question. * Having mentioned about coaching classes. Many good rankers in coaching institutes get complacent if they good marks which in is bad in the long run as they lose out to lower rankers in the end. a lot of questions are directly made from there which you might have already seen yourself by analyzing this year’s paper. * To crack big papers it is very very important to be able to solve the paper completely. Don’t ignore it. You might know all the questions but not been able to solve them is equivalent to not knowing them. * Don’t get too involved with only engineering books and refer to NCERT books too. I have learnt many hard lessons in my past couple of years while preparing for my entrance examinations. Hence it is important to be regular in them to be able to achieve good results in the end.htm Tips to Crack IIT Exam Easily It wasn’t long ago that I had received a huge response from you people regarding my AIEEE and BITSAT posts.goiit. After the euphoria died down I received many comments from students on those posts asking for tips on how to go about cracking engineering exams. I would summarize the main points in list so that they are easy to remember… * First and most important is to have confidence in yourself. The simple reason being continued guidance throughout the year and perpetual tests that keep you in touch with course all the time.http://www. I have seen many cases. * Stay away from computers as much as possible! This is a major distraction from students from towns and cities as you don’t get to know how quickly time is slipping out of your hands along with straining your eyes and body which makes you dizzy and you are off to sleep! . * Don’t waste time and don’t stress yourself. * At home prepare a time table and follow it strictly. With the new IIT pattern. Study in a balanced way and maintain a good friend circle who will guide you when you face doubts and also boost your morale. * This one is for toppers! Don’t get complacent.com/posts/list/community-shelf-best-study-plan-for-iit-jee-1054383. I would say they play an important role in helping you crack the exam. Don’t lose that confidence while preparing for the entrance exams even if you are not doing well in the coaching classes.
It would be understandable if there were no other engineering institutes available in the country. This will get your hands and brain move faster. it seems a shame to waste years of mindless studying just to crack the IIT entrance tests. As a result. All that the IITs did was to insist that any student getting admitted into the institutes should have secured at least 60 per cent marks in the board exams. Fair enough. but with hundreds of very good engineering colleges including the NITs. Secondly. Chemistry and Computers in their 12th class and that if they cannot score these marks in the relatively easier boards. why is there such a ruckus created against these simple changes? First. Finally. Getting admitted into any IIT. Now. thereby denying him/her a chance of participating in the examination process. then every aspirant and their parents should necessarily read the book Five Point Someone. if a student has been admitted into any course at an IIT.. they will find it simply impossible to clear even the first semester at any IIT. into any stream. He is automatically branded as a huge success — no matter how he does in the four years spent in the institute and with his life later on. * Last but very important point is not to get nervous while going for the exam. quicker and better than those who are nervous! These 10 are my golden rules which if followed strictly will definitely help you crack the paper and you will emerge out with flying colors!! Article 2:What the coaching centres are churning out are zombies who will find it extremely difficult to adjust to life on an IIT campus and beyond NOW THAT the hype regarding the innocuous changes made in the IIT entrance tests have died down. culminating in a dharna and audience with the President. Consult IITians and your teachers about them to make sure that you get your hands on the right ones and don’t waste your time in trying out new books every time. for an aspirant may have been unwell on the day of the preliminary exam and hence would have been needlessly barred from appearing for the final exams. it's time to take a serious look at what getting admitted into the IITs is all about. Thirdly. seems to give the student the proverbial Midas touch. the preliminary exams were scrapped and only the six hour exam. society and the unscrupulous coaching centres. If merely getting admitted into the IITs means pots of gold. And yet for these seemingly justified changes in the Entrance Exam procedures. it's not the students who are creating the commotion — for they are far too young and inexperienced in such matters — but the parents of the aspirants. the media.. he/she will not be allowed to appear for the entrance test again with a view to improving his ranking. It's not a very big deal. they felt that a student can appear for the entrance exams on not more than two occasions — and rightly so — for it's a shame to waste academic years merely to get into the IITs. was retained. testing the student's skills in Maths. the changes have been deferred for a year.* Choosing the right books for entrance exams is very important. Physics and Chemistry. considering that students have high scoring subjects such as Maths. by . there were days of protests and demonstrations and road blockages. Physics.
Rajat Gupta and Narayana Murthy. no entertainment and horror of horrors: no regular schooling. we have only one destiny. still we do have insatiable want to excel and be prefect in all spheres of life. for a very large number of students. For the two or more years spent at these coaching institutes. boys and girls. They say destiny can't be changed and more over. no TV. On the other hand. so 24 sets at the end of four years. a narrowed down life or no life at all beyond studying. which is directly co-related to their increase in profits. there are literally hundreds of IIT engineers leading ordinary lives in ordinary jobs. But how do students and their parents know of all this — most of them are not alumni and have no knowledge of life within the institutes. If an aspirant is unable to clear the 12th class exam.Chetan Bhagat which gives a first hand account of life within the campus and how strenuous it is for the four years spent there. Article 3:The pressure is immense on all of us to excel and be perfect. which at times we fail to do what is actually required in a particular situation. All that they are fed on are the media reports of the golden boys of these institutes. there are hundreds of non IITians from other engineering institutes who are highly successful but do we know much about them? Coaching centres And finally the coaching centres — well they are necessary evils. But it is the students and their parents who should be wary and enter into the fray of the IITJEE with their eyes wide open. a mid semester and an end semester exam. What is required is to teach the aspirants the basics of science and to ensure that all the concepts are clear — rather than merely studying without comprehending. students will be leading a life like a frog in a well. Now multiply this by the number of papers a student has and the sum total amounts to a staggering 140+ papers at the end of the 4th year. The coaching centres naturally want a high success rate. a quiz. Any aspirant who studies all the time. Well for every Nandan Nilekani. So why not make full use of this opportunity to live it right? When destiny can't be changed. There are a number of centres which prescribe weird rules for the students — no movies. is sure to be a misfit at these institutes. What they are churning out are zombies. all can't be there. . how is he/she expected to cope with the numerous tests and exams conducted by the IITs each year. who will find it extremely difficult to adjust to life on an IIT campus and beyond. to the exclusion of all things else. only studying and more studying. to enhance the prestige of the institute. which makes it six sets of exams each year. But the pressure put by some of them on the aspirants to clear the exams is tremendous. The biggest irony is we all know there is only one number one. I know for sure that IIT Chennai has three sets of exams each semester.
being positive in our approach under all circumstances.that which can surely change is our attitude towards our life . . That surely helps in reducing the stress and tensions considerably.
tell your friends that you take social calls from 7-8 p. realize that it's okay to say no. if your brain handles math better in the afternoon. 8. and you'll kill two birds with one stone. for example. Figure out how much free time you have each week. Give yourself a time budget and plan your activities accordingly. If it's easier. It's Okay to Say "No. Get a Good Night's Sleep. You'll also be ready if your teacher calls on you or gives a pop quiz. It may sound silly. 7. Consider these tips. Keep Things in Perspective. Have you ever wasted an entire evening by worrying about something that you're supposed to be doing? Was it worth it? Instead of agonizing and procrastinating. Make a "To Do" List Every Day. Set goals that are difficult yet reachable. just do it. Put things that are most important at the top and do them first. You'll reinforce what you've learned. Don't Waste Time Agonizing. And don't forget to reward yourself for your accomplishments. but personalize your habits so that they suit you. but it helps. use a planner to track all of your tasks. 2. Become a Taskmaster. 6. 10. You'll work more efficiently if you figure out when you do your best work. Setting goals that are unrealistic sets you up for failure. If you set priorities that fit your lifestyle. Keep your short. you'll have a better chance of achieving your goals. 3.m. don't wait to do it until late at night. While it's good to set high goals for yourself. For example. Use Spare Minutes Wisely.term and long-term priorities in mind. Running on empty makes the day seem longer and your tasks seem more difficult. If phone calls are proving to be a distraction. . so you need less time to study. 9. Communicate Your Schedule to Others. 5." If your boss asks you to work on a Thursday night and you have a final exam the next morning. Find the Right Time. 4. be sure not to overdo it. Review Your Notes Every Day. Get some reading done on the bus ride home from school.1.
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6. There are other advantages too . Do as much self study as possible It is not enough to attend all your classes and do all your assignments. do all the solved and unsolved problems on your own etc. and you also get to know the intricacies of the latest pattern. You have to spend time with the subject. Make a good support group Do you have a friend circle where you can discuss your academic problems like questions and doubts? Do you have access to teachers who can resolve your queries when you are stuck? A good support group helps a lot. and stick to it broadly.the primary thing is studying. These are secondary activities . You can get help whenever you are stuck. you will stick to it until you finish it completely. read it on your own. And that comfort level can come only if you practice a lot. 5. Make a schedule. Also. That won’t happen just by attending classes. Practice as much as you can You may be really good at concepts and theoretical discussions. Don’t compromise on that. to get a very good rank without any coaching at all. don’t spend too much time on planning or making schedules. but do that everyday. but that is not necessary to ensure that you will clear the JEE.you must give the subject matter time to sink in. study for only three hours a day. though not impossible. . Yet. Even if you don’t study for long periods at a stretch. Choose your books and study material carefully Don’t underestimate the importance of studying from only the best sources. Study regularly and in a planned manner This is one piece of advice you’ll get from everywhere. Decide that if you are following book X. You must do a detailed self-study of whatever you have learnt in class.you get a peer group where you can judge your relative level. 7. 8. This is very important . If you wish. You need to be really comfortable in applying the concepts you know. and don’t follow too many books. Don’t fall for the trap that you have to finish each and every book and material. But there’s another thing to remember: practice should be done only when you think you understand all the concepts well enough. get good JEE study material and try doing as much questions from there as you can. but choose only the best ones. they teach you techniques using which you can solve questions much faster than normal methods. try to be as regular as you can. and students who have one are at an advantage compared to those who don’t.10 tips to get a top-100 JEE rank 10. Don’t study haphazardly. In a training program. 9. You can find lots of books for JEE. Join a good training program Its difficult.
its Chemistry which is neglected. 1. Focus on all the three subjects JEE aspirants tend to be subject experts. If you ask the JEE top rankers. Someone would be an expert in Physics. 3. If you are nervous during tests. In fact. Try to resolve your doubts on your own One very important thing that students forget is that you should be perseverant when you are doing problems. Because when you have put in effort to solve it and you can’t. . someone else would be a Mathematics guru. Focus on all the three subjects equally. The best way is to do Olympiad problems. everything else will be useless. but just “good” won’t do. focus more on your weaker subjects. Don’t stop at the JEE level This is real useful advice. Experience test-like conditions as much as you can. Go further. all of them are invariably good in all the three subjects. You should try a problem at least 4 or 5 times before asking for help. you will be able to appreciate the solution much better. Build your nerves This is the most important of all. This is something that should be very obvious but students often overlook it. Being strong in one subject can’t get you a top rank.4. You have to be exceptionally good. Mostly. Students give up too easily. So. 2. don’t stop at the JEE level when your prepare. Find out how you can build an examination temperament by talking to your friends and teachers. One try and they will go to their teachers or friends to solve it. There will be many students who will be good in all the three subjects.
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