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Sunday, April 9, 2017

How To Prepare For JEE-ADVANCED After Mains.

Recently JEE-MAINS were conducted all over INDIA and i hope you have performed well ! You must be waiting eagerly for jee mains results 2017 right ? i mean you have worked hard for 2 straight years and now you want to reap the fruits of your hard work !! but how will you prepare for jee advanced ? dont worry ! we are back with the best post for jee advanced !  just sit back and read this awesome post on jee main results 2017.

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You can follow below strategy plan for different subjects-
1. Topics such as Vectors and 3D, Probability, Indefinite integration, Complex numbers, and Definite integral require a lot of attention.
2. Differential calculus is another important topic, for which one should specialize in solving roots of equations with the utilization of Rolle's and Lagrange's theorems.
3. One also needs to excel in problems based on Permutation Combination and Probability, as they are essential topics in Algebra.
4. Simplify Integral calculus via using some basic varieties of integrable functions. Try to keep the properties in mind while using them to complete solutions on time.
5. Excelling in Coordinate Geometry depends on proper knowledge of parametric forms of various conic sections. Further, one should be highly capable of converting the tougher parts to these basic forms, which would help in simplification.
6. Practice mathematics as much as you can while taking a cue from previous years' JEE papers.
1. Improve your focus on conceptual clarity, application skills and awareness of the prescribed syllabus.2. Stress more on topics such as Mole concept, Chemical Equilibrium and Electrochemistry.3. Practice Organic Chemistry more while improving your hold on topics like Stereochemistry, GOC (General Organic Chemistry) and Functional Group Analysis.4. Pay extra attention to topics like Chemical Bonding and Coordination Chemistry as they are highly conceptual.
A major part of JEE (Advanced) consists of questions related to physics, which makes it an important subject in terms of marks distribution.1. Scoring topics include Optics, Electricity and Magnetism, etc.2. Topics requiring extra attention constitute Kinematics and Particle dynamics. These are important parts of Mechanics and are regularly witnessed in JEE papers.3. According to the general trend, Mechanics and Electricity and Magnetism are the most important topics in terms of the number of questions has been asked in JEE of previous years.4. Some of the Physics topics which were a part of previous year's papers are mentioned here:Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism (Equal importance)Modern PhysicsOpticsHeat, Thermodynamics, Waves and SoundMeasurement and errors

Dear students , appearing for JEE Advanced 2016. Best of luck for your Exams. some last moment tips:-
1. Don't overexert yourself now . Have a good sleep tonight and write exam with a fresh and relaxed mind.
2. Don't study anything new. Just revise formulae and go through notes , but keep it light and simple.
3. In exam , attempt the easy questions first , irrespective of subject. Don't make the mistake of finishing one full section of Maths or Physics .
4. Each subject will have some easy questions , first finish them , gain confidence , then attempt the remaining questions.
5. Remember , no one scores 360/360 in JEE Advanced so don't try to be one by wasting too much time on one question.
6. Read questions carefully , see which questions carry negative marks . IIT change this question pattern every year .
7. If first paper goes bad don't loose heart , it may be a difficult paper and others also would have done badly . Concentrate on next paper after the break .
8. During break between two papers , don't discuss answer / solutions with others . You will loose concentration and unnecessarily worry about mistakes of 1st Paper.
9. In questions having no negative mark , do intelligent guess work if not able to solve it . Use tricks like , finding the answer for one particular value of n, use limiting case trick , method of elimination , use of symmetry etc.

How to start your JEE Main & Advanced 2017 / 2018 Preparation?

I have divided this entire post into 11 different parts:
  1. Time management
  2. Follow a schedule / Prepare a plan
  3. Know the syllabus and the exam pattern well, weightage
  4. Coaching Classes – Online or Offline? Self-study.
  5. Study concepts, solve problems, look at solutions
  6. Solve previous years papers
  7. Take timed practice test series
  8. Group study, hangout more with toppers
  9. Health is wealth
  10. Manage Distractions – selfcontrol app
  11. Retrospect your day
Lets begin!

1. Time Management

Even before I go into tell you about how you should prepare yourself for the Maths, Physics or Chemistry, you need to pay attention to this – Without time management no magic is going to help you reach your goals, which is All India Rank 1!
Time - nothing is more precious than this!
Time – nothing is more precious than this!
Realizing this fact of planning, we can make time our friend rather than making it our foe. Always remember – “You need to work smarter in addition to working hard”
There is a difference between sitting with a book 18 hours a day and actually studying 18 hours a day. And you don’t want to sit with a book 18 hours a day you need to put your time to good use as it is limited.
Managing your time over the next 2 years / or 1 year is the most crucial thing that you need to focus on. Not only this, you also need to manage your time during the 3 hours of your actual JEE Main / Advanced exam.
Here are the 5 key mantras of Time Management for JEE Exam Preparation:
a) Complete the most important tasks first – Studying that one chapter in say, Organic Chemistry is more important now than checking out what is the latest movie release or iPhone game on the block.
Once you have done the important task first, you will have a sense of accomplishment and that will lead you to the next important task.
b) Learn to Say NO to friends & family – I am not saying you cut yourself off from your friends or family while you prepare for the JEE. There will always be that friend who tried to distract you from your preparation, tell them a polite NO!
ou can be a jedi, but dont try hard to be one!
You can be a jedi, but dont try hard to be one!
Friends and family are always going to be around but if you lose these valuable two years of preparation,  you are not going to get this time back either. So, you decide!
Parth Kothari, IIT Bombay, AIR 11 in JEE Main says, “I knew that if spent too much time with friends, then I could not make it to IIT Bombay ever. I know people felt that I am avoiding them but the news of my success must have made them proud”.
c) Don’t procrastinate and aim for incremental improvement. My friend Atul was a genius in Maths but he could not clear IIT JEE because he use to postpone studying other subjects like Inorganic Chemistry.
Incremental improvement
Law of 1.01 – Incremental improvement
Above image is a great analogy of Incremental improvement. It is called the 1.01 Law:
  • When we put that out 1% more effort every day, our progress can grow by 3800% in one single year.
  • When we slack off 1% every day, we do not progress, rather we push ourselves to failure!
If you do not like a subject then do not waste time by postponing it, take baby steps towards studying it and gradually you will become a master!
d) Turn important tasks into habits –  There is a well known theory that for any task to become a habit you need to do it for 21 days at stretch, and it will eventually become a habit – be it a good habit or a bad habit.
Make it a habit of revising important formulae and concepts in the morning, especially those which you studied the previous day. Follow this tip and it will work wonders.
Harsh Singh (IT BHU 2006) told me once that he was having a hard time memorizing reaction reagents in Organic Chemistry. He was frustrated as he could not remember any reactions and their reagent effects. But he was determined to succeed.
Instead of losing hope, he would daily spend 30 mins at night before sleeping and 15 mins after the woke up the next day to just go through his reagent notes. This was so helpful for him that he not only topped the Organic Chemistry part test of FIITJEE but also cleared IIT JEE with a good rank.
e) Set a time duration to everything you do – Our brain is a funny object! If you tell it that you have just 1 hour to study a chapter, it will give you reverse feedback and make sure that you finish it in not more than an hour.
However, if you set aside 4 hours for something that could be done easily in 1 hour, our brain will be slow in that process and it will end up making you take those 4 hours to complete the task – what a waste of time.

2. Follow a Schedule, Make a Plan

Make a To-Do List
Make a To-Do List
Remember, I told you about making a habit in the last point. Right from tomorrow, when you get from bed, make it an habit to spend 15  – 30 minutes to plan your day.
Planning your day will set the fact in your brain that you have X number of tasks to complete and thereby you will waste much less time. See, how time management and planning your day are so related!
Here is how you can plan your day in 7 easy steps:
2.1. First, get a calendar, a dairy and a pen – to make a planner to routine up your time. You could also use mobile apps like Wunderlist or Any.DO.
Always remember you have to utilize every bit of time you have got. Check your dates and make an organized plan for your upcoming preparations which is going to save a lot of time of yours, after all time is our personal asset we can’t waste it right?
Eliminate the wastage of time from your schedule like watching movies, sticking to your phone for a long time etc. And you will see that you are gaining control over your time easily.
BONUS: You can Download our Study Planners for JEE Main & Advanced 2017, 2018
2.2 You have to wisely plan your schedule. You have to mark your priorities first the work you cannot skip like lunch, classes and seminars.
2.3 Point out a long time of your day for studying which will be your main job for these days. You will be mostly busy during the day with School, Classes – so allot time for after evening for your self-study.
Take a short break period between every other subject you study and a little for reviews.
2.4 Your Health and fitness are crucial for a good preparation. Keep some time aside for yoga or exercises which will reduce your stress and help you to relax.
Find out time to play or exercise daily
Find out time to play or exercise daily
You will be surprised to know that bad health is one of the top reasons why hard working students fail to secure top Ranks in JEE Main!
2.5 Plan your activities wisely as well as logically like, take a copy of your notes with you whenever you visit cafeteria. You can use note taking mobile apps as well.
2.6 Sometimes when you fell sleepy between your schedule don’t just lie down and let yourself fall asleep instead take a break and walk to the library. Power naps are something that you might consider, though.
My friend Ruthika (IIT Bombay 2005) gave me a great tip about sleeping during these rigorous JEE Preparations. She said she slept for 6 hours at night, then 1 hour in the mid morning and 1 hour after coming from school. Here is what her sleep schedule looked like:
  • 10pm to 4am – 6 hour sleep
  • 8am to 9 am – 1 hour sleep
  • 5am to 6am – 1 hour sleep
2.7 Don’t rush to study all the time instead get enough sleep which will refresh your mind and body and will help you to work more effectively.
Sleep Well, Sleep Tight!
Sleep Well, Sleep Tight!
I cannot stress the importance of planning your day more. It is the most important thing.
Last week, I met up with an ex-student of mine who confessed to me that he could have easily gotten a better rank and could have studied his dream branch (Comp. Sci at IIT Delhi) had he planned his days carefully and not wasted his time by studying haphazardly.

3. Know the syllabus and the exam pattern well (including weightage)

The JEE Main and Advanced Syllabus is vast and in order to get a very good rank you must make sure that you go through all the 3 subjects and have almost equal command over all of them.
You should study all the important topics first and then solve ample problems in order to gain mastery over them. Certain topics in the JEE Main & Advanced syllabus has more weightage over others, so laying more stress on these important topics will help you score more marks in the actual exam and thus fetching you a top rank!
The tough topics obviously have more weightage so without any concession you ought to study them properly. Also, this would let you divide your time well in advance among the various subjects.
Before you start your preparation you must go though the List of most important topics in JEE Main & Advanced. Apart from these you should also study the Expected chapter weightage in the JEE Main syllabus which can be found here.
Paper pattern for Online & Pen-Paper JEE Main Exam:
  • Objective type question with multiple choices – 4 marks for correct answer, -1 mark for wrong answer
  • Equal weightage to all 3 subjects – Physics, Chemistry & Maths
  • Total time duration – 3 hours
Shown below are graphs of sectional breakups of Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics: (You can click / tap on the images to enlarge them)
JEE Main & Advanced - Physics Weightage
JEE Main & Advanced – Physics Weightage

JEE Main & Advanced - Chemistry Weightage
JEE Main & Advanced – Chemistry Weightage

JEE Main & Advanced - Maths Weightage
JEE Main & Advanced – Maths Weightage

4. Coaching Classes – Online or Offline?

Coaching classes are a crucial part of your JEE Preparation. Be it Main or Advanced, having crystal clear concepts will always help you in scoring high and getting that extra edge over others in the exam.
Back in the day when I was preparing for IIT JEE, I and other JEE aspirants all across India had access to only physical coaching centers. It used to be the best option to prepare for JEE exams back then. But now you have access to study materials and lectures right at your finger tips, thanks to the online revolution in India.
According to some stats, 45 – 50% students are now opting for Online Coaching classes as compared to the physical media such as coaching classes and study centers.
Let us quickly go over the pros and cons of both these types of coaching classes.
Advantages of Online Classes for JEE:
  • online-coachingStudy at your own pace
  • Refer to video lectures over and over again
  • Study from the comfort of your home, no need to travel to the coaching centers
  • Track your progress easily using online tools
  • Ask multiple questions & doubts
  • Online study groups promote quick interaction
Disadvantages of Online Classes for JEE:
  • No face-to-face interaction with other students
  • Easy to lose track get lost in the overwhelming syllabus
Advantages of Offline Classes for JEE:
  • coaching classesDirect interaction with the teacher
  • Interaction and networking with fellow students
  • Set schedule for going through different topics
Disadvantages of Offline Classes for JEE:
  • Can’t ask lot of doubts to the teacher owing to time limitations
  • Traveling to and from the coaching institute will make you tired and is a big waste of time
Whatever it is, in both the media of coaching, the student, that is you have to devote time separately for self-study. After learning new concepts in the coaching class, you must try to apply these concepts and solve ample problems.
Prof. Raman Khanna who is a well known figure in JEE coaching thinks that students can benefit by joining either mode of coaching – online or offline. Since the exam is very competitive, it is recommended that you join atleast one form of coaching. Although, it is not uncommon to find JEE top rankers who did not take any coaching at all and did just self-study.
Remember, the JEE Main exam will have only and only problems to solve – no theory questions!

5. Study concepts, solve problems, look at solutions

No matter how many coaching classes you join or how many more study materials / books you buy, you have to spend time studying these materials and lecture notes.
Self-study is one of the most important aspects of your JEE Main & Advanced preparation. Here are some quick tips on how to study more hours daily without getting tired.
The more time you devote towards clearing your concepts in various topics of Physics, Chemistry and Maths – the better are your chances of getting a top rank in the JEE
self-study for jee main
Lay more stress to those important topics in the three subject which carry the most weightage. You can check the graphs above in Section 3 to find out which topic has how much weightage. You can also take a look at our JEE Main & Advanced Subject topic Weightage breakdown post.
NCERT books are a must of starting and finishing your JEE Preparation. You can also refer to additional books for more concept clearing and strengthening your fundamentals.
Now comes the most important part after you finish studying – problem solving and concept building. You should solve as many problems as you can after going through a topic. The more you practice, the more your foundation becomes stronger.
Our practice platform has more than 7500 great questions that you can try for free. And once you are done solving, you can go through the expert’s solution right then and there. Go through these solutions to learn how to approach different types of problems and also try to pick the tips & tricks mentioned in the solutions.
Looking through solutions is a good way to learn different methods of solving questions. But you should refer solutions only after you try the question sincerely as your first attempt.
Group Study
Studying in groups can be another effective way to study, provided you find the right partner to study with. Studying in groups can also accelerate your JEE preparation and you can see yourself achieving more in less time.
group study for jee main advanced
You can join our Private Facebook Groups at these links:
  • Private group for Physics Prep – JEE 2017, 2018
  • Private Chemistry group for JEE Prep
Sankalp Gaur – AIR 1 JEE Main 2015 said that in addition to studying 3 hours at coaching classes, he also used to study 6 hours more at his home (Self-Study). You can read more about his top 10 tips to crack the JEE.

6. Solve previous years’ papers

Always remember, there is nothing called a new question. The JEE Main or Advanced examiners have to test students year after year on the same concepts in order to establish the credibility of the student as to whether or not he or she is capable of making it to the IIT or NITs!
And, questions do repeat.
More than that, solving previous year’s JEE question papers help you understand the mindset of the teachers and professors who actually set these questions for the Mains or Advanced exam.
Apart from this, you get additional confidence by solving questions that had appeared on an actual JEE Exam which is a testimony to the fact that you will be able to tackle similar problems in your JEE exam pretty easily.
I got a chance to work with a professor during my time at IIT Bombay for one of his research projects. Gradually I found out that he was also involved in the JEE paper setting committee many years ago. He told me a very important thing that I remember till this date:
“Concepts never change, problems change. And with so many years that are passing by since the first JEE took place, I try to test students on the same concepts year after year”
Annandam Neelamekam was a top ranker in IIT JEE. I do not remember the exact year, but I guess it was 2002. He told me once that he had to take care of a dying family business in addition to JEE prep – the only way he managed to get a good rank was by solving past year’s papers after studying the concepts!
You can look for books that have compiled previous years’ JEE Papers in all the three subjects with detailed solutions.

7. Take time-bound practice test series

“Practice makes a man perfect” – is a very old saying that is valid in any field of life. You want to be a good singer? You need to practice a lot first!
Same applies to your JEE Main preparation. The only way you can work your way through to a top rank in the JEE Main or advanced exam is to practice a lot.
The practice makes you perfect quote is actually backed scientifically! Our brain has a special type of brain tissue called myelin, that plays a key role in helping us acquire and master skills. It has been proven in a research that any neural activity in the brain that has been induced by practicing something, causes the growth of Myelin – the very tissue that helps us master something.
But, note that practicing blindly won’t cut it. You have to practice those problems which test your concepts in a challenging way. Vince Lombardi, world famous American Football player and coach, once said – “Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect.”
Practicing daily is very important for your entire JEE Preparation. You can use our free Practice Platform to solve unlimited questions of varied difficulty levels and sharpen your skills.
Apart from practicing single questions you should also take full length time-bound part tests to gauge your progress and also work on your speed – like how fast you can solve a problem and how well you can finish your exam in time.
You should also join an All India Test Series to test yourself against 10,000 other smart students on an all India level. This will help you find out where you stand in reality – what all topics you are weak in and where you need to work harder.
However, remember to practice both tough as well as easy problems. Don’t get carried away trying to solve just the tough ones.
tough easy jee problems
Nehal Rathore, IIT Ropar focused on practicing just the tough problems and paid the price. He says that he had a solid preparation and practiced very tough problems for JEE. According to him, he totally neglected solving some simple problems and as a result he started thinking in a complicated way even for simple questions. You know what, he lost time, marks and eventually rank in the JEE Main due to this!

8. Follow the toppers, find a Mentor – “you become whom you hang out with”

This is a well known fact that “You are the Average of the 5 People You Spend the Most Time With”. So, you want to get All India Rank 1 in JEE Main or advanced? Then hang out with people who have been there and done that before.
You want to score the highest marks in your JEE Exam? You should probably be friends with the students who are otherwise famous as “toppers” or “bond”.
If they do not think you are worthy of their friendship then do not lose hope, do something good for them – like complement them for their hard-work and knowledge, praise their efforts and let them know about your desire of getting helped! Keep yourself at it, they are surely going to change their ways 🙂
Finding yourself a great mentor is something that you should do right away. Students who have cleared JEE Main or advanced or IITJEE in the past are usually very helpful in guiding their juniors at clearing the exam.
5 things that a mentor does for you!
5 things that a mentor does for you!
Benefits of having a mentor are many fold, such as:
  1. You will not have to waste time trying to study a topic which you gradually find out that it has very less weightage. A mentor can tell that to your right away
  2. Motivation is another reason why you should have a Mentor. You will always remain motivated by hearing stories about your mentor as to what all he / she does at IIT or what they are currently doing after graduating from IIT. Here are some great motivational quotes for your JEE Prep
  3. You get First-hand tips about JEE preparation – what works and what does not.

9. Health is wealth

The most crucial factor in your entire JEE Main exam is nothing but your health. If you stay healthy throughout the entire 1 or 2 year preparation period for JEE up to the actual exam date, then you can expect the best rank provided you gave your best on the final exam.
health jee main prep
If you are not healthy, you will come across so many distractions that your preparation will not be as effective as it would have been otherwise.
Eat properly and like I mentioned once already – get proper sleep. Don’t go to bed right after having dinner. Make sure you give your self 90 minutes to 2 hours after dinner and before calling it a night.
Here are some proven health tips that you might want to keep in mind:
  • Take out 30 mins to 45 mins from your schedule to do some light exercise or play games like Badminton, football or cricket.
  • Take bath regularly
  • Eat more green leafy vegetables and proteins
  • Drink enough water regularly
  • Avoid processed food like chips, soft drinks, kurkure etc. These can be consumed once in a while.
More here

10. Limit Distractions like Whatsapp, Facebook, Instagram

With so many online portals these days like Facebook, Whatsapp chat, Instagram, LinkedIn and Instagram – it is very easy to waste time and completely get lost in them. These distraction can negatively affect your preparation and let you down in a Big way.
Although Facebook Groups are an effective way to keep in touch with 1000’s of students preparing for JEE Main & Advanced but you should make sure that you limit your usage of these platforms to a bare minimum every day.
If you are not able to control your urge to check Facebook or Instagram frequently on your laptop, then you should use this cool application called StayFocussd or SelfControl App. These applications will help you block these websites for specific time period during the day.
You can also block usage of certain applications on your smartphone using apps that are available on the Android Play store or iPhone App Store.

11. Retrospect your day

After you have finished studying for the day, spend 10 – 15 minutes thinking what have you achieved during the entire day. Lay stress on things like:
  1. Where did you waste your time most?
  2. How can you optimise your time better for tomorrow?
  3. Could you achieve your plan for the day?
  4. If not, how can you tweak your timings to study more effectively?
Thinking about things like these will not only help you keep your preparation in check for the coming 2 years, it will also help you in the long run to become an organised individual!

Tricks To Crack JEE Advanced

1. Focus: Focus more on understanding the topics rather than just the formulae. This way you can ensure that you imbibe the method used to arrive at the formulae and doing so will mean you will never forget the formulae.
2. Organise your time: Watch the time taken to solve the questions; subject-wise allocation of time will help, so JEE Advanced paper can be attempted within the time constraint. This helps in exam-simulation. While in the exam, you should be able to filter out the easy questions from the difficult ones so you know the amount of time to allot to them. Another way to maximise your score is to screen through the question paper before so you can attempt the easier ones and less calculation involving questions before you start off with the questions that require longer calculations. It is smarter if you know when to leave a question so you can give that time saved to another one.
3. Fulfil targets on daily basis: Your daily study plan must include learning and revision so assign daily goals for you and fulfil them. This will boost your confidence and avoid time wastage.
4. Practice solving past years’ papers: Once you are through with a concept or chapter, solve past years’ papers (at least last 8-10 years). This will guide you about the transition in pattern of questions and will prepare you for what to anticipate.
5. Subject-wise planning: Based on your preference, select subject wise topics to be covered each day. Remember your weakness may be someone else’s strength so never ignore a less favourite topic. Refer to the latest JEE Advanced syllabus for your study plan.
6. Clarity in concepts: Develop a clear thinking process so that the moment you see a question you know the correct theory or formula to be used.
7. From basics to classics: Always start from the fundamentals and then gradually move up further. In this way, you can tackle even a difficult problem as you are well-versed with the concept. Straight away jumping to an advanced level problem is not a good idea.
8. Numericals are crucial: Solving enough numericals is crucial to crack JEE Advanced. So, practise at least 40-50 numericals on each day of your JEE Advanced preparation. With subjects like Maths, Physics and Chemistry there is no dearth of numerical problems.
9. Save best for the last: Study more crucial sections of the syllabus in the beginning and push easier ones for later. Mark difficult portion in the notes so that revision towards the end becomes easier.
10. Discuss with your peers: Discussing and clearing doubts with fellow aspirants and mentors can help you overcome your weaknesses. Interact with them without any hesitation to devise an efficient study plan for yourself.
Finally, your perseverance throughout the preparation is your cutting edge to make it to your dream college. Believe in yourself and don’t fret over the results. With a dedicated approach, there is nothing you can’t do.

Study by Plan, not by number of hours

Tips to Crack IIT JEE 2016With a success rate of barely 4-5%, IIT JEE may seem fiercely competitive. But as an IITian, I can assure you that IITians are mere mortals too. An average IITian is not always a ‘genius’ but he is certainly methodical and disciplined in his own particular way.
 When you are preparing for IIT, you cannot just say, “Oh! That person cracked IIT studying for just an hour a day. I study for three or four hours a day. It has to be enough.” It doesn’t work that way. You cannot compare performances by clock. In the exam, it does not matter how long you studied or whether you never studied at all – it only matters if you know your concepts well or not, whether you know how to solve a problem or not.
Hence, you need to measure your performance by your study plan for the day. You need to establish definite goals to be achieved in a day, in a week, and in a month.
Your daily goals will need to include:
  • topics you will study,
  • preparing notes for the topics you have studied,
  • solve practice questions or numericals related to the topics, and
  • solve at least two practice papers, sample papers, mock tests, or IIT JEE past year papers a day.
It used to take me 5-7 hours to complete my daily goals. Use your clock only to see how much time you took to solve the tests.

Early morning studies are better than late nights!

Tips to Crack IIT JEE 2017I know what you are going to say. IITians do have a reputation of pulling an all-nighter before exams. But that is not a good idea while you are still at school. Sleeping late at night will mean that you will be hardly able to focus on the invaluable tips teachers offer in class.
Many-a-times, if you study well in class, you will save a lot of time in trying to unravel the concepts on your own later. So, think of classroom studies as your JEE prep classes and pay attention to them.

Rote learning doesn't work for IIT JEE preparation

Tips to Crack IIT JEE 2017Surprisingly, all through the school years, we are never taught how to study properly. Rote learning does not do you much good when it comes to fetch good scores in JEE Main or JEE Advanced. In fact, if you are a CBSE student, the school board exams also emphasizes on High Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) these days. It means that you need to really understand what you are reading and learn to apply your brains.
Application of concepts and fundamentals you learn is very important. You need to learn how you will apply them to real-life problems too. Going through questions asked in the past year papers should give you a good idea of what type of questions are asked in engineering entrance exams.

Dare to take up the Challenge

Tips to Crack IIT JEE 2017Think about difficult topics are your ‘challenges’. They should give you an adrenalin rush and to be able to surmount them should give you satisfaction. Study difficult topics when you are at your brightest and most alert. With a positive frame of mind and better focus, these difficult chapters will seem to transform into simpler concepts.
Here’s a warning too. JEE Main, JEE Advanced and Class 11 & 12 syllabus for your school board can be quite a lot to handle (even though most of the topics are common in the three exams). So, do not waste much time in researching every topic in-depth. Seek help quickly and get going.
Online IIT JEE coaching service providers often offer 24X7 support and problem solving sessions with experienced and highly qualified faculty members. These may be available as part of their comprehensive package or as separate components too. You may want to subscribe to these assistance programs for getting your doubts cleared and queries solved as soon as they arise.

Monitor your JEE preparation

Tips to Crack IIT JEE 2017As mentioned above, sample papers help you familiarize to the type of questions asked in the exam. Full-length IIT JEE past year papers or mock tests do much more. They help you evaluate your preparation level, develop speed and accuracy during the exam, and give you a clear experience of the paper pattern.
Analysis of mock tests is very important. It is this analysis which helps you identify your weak and strong points. At askIITians, we conduct weekly tests for our students and offer them a detailed analysis report along with recommendations on how to improve their performance. All-India JEE Main and JEE Advanced test series also give you a real-life exam feel. All-India Ranks (AIR) generated after such mock tests give you a fair idea of where you stand among your peers.
Good AIR boosts your confidence while poor AIR serves as a warning sign.

Keep fit, keep glowing

Tips to Crack IIT JEE 2016While still at school, do not give up on your sleep for anything. Give up on TV or computer time instead. I used to sleep by 10 pm and woke up by 4 am. I used to sleep 2 hours for a day after schools too – which kept me fresh and my mind and body relaxed for evening session studies. You might have to experiment to find your own comfort zone.
Gorge on mom-made food as much as you can. You are going to miss the home-made food terribly when you are in the IIT.
Exercise daily. Go for a walk, jump rope or play active sports for at least an hour a day. And drink at least 8 glasses of water every day. They will not only keep you healthy but also help your skin to glow. You do not want your chances ruined to win over the rare beauties at the institute do you? Well, it would be a terrible, terrible mistake!

Find suitable study groups

Tips to Crack IIT JEE 2016Constructive competition and group studies keep you motivated. But network with right kind of fellow aspirants to form study groups. If you do not find suitable candidates in your neighbourhood, you may set up a virtual study group with online friend.
In the end, don’t underestimate the contribution of ‘stupid’ friends in the study group. To explain anything to them, you have to go to such details and break concepts into such bite-sized chunks that you never forget them again – even if you want to. So, help weak students whenever you can.

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