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18th March 2012, 09:33 PM
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How to prepare for IIT JEE in 1 year?


how to prepare iit jee in jst 1 year
i m in class 12th nd i hv wasted my 11th .i hvent did much study but now im serious and have to get clear in the exam..i have also joined a iit coaching classes




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sir.. i am an IIT aspirant... i wasted my 11th class.. but now im am hell serious for JEE-2013.. pls give some tips for preparing the course in 1 year..
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I have wated whole of my class 11 but now I have realised its importance......plzzzzz I need some tips to prepare for my jee exam.......plaz help me
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[QUOTE=rishabh chhari;1918680]how to prepare iit jee in jst 1 year
i m in class 12th nd i hv wasted my 11th .i hvent did much study but now im serious and have to get clear in the exam..i have also joined a iit coaching classes and i m here in kanpur jouining iit jee coaching . pls tell me how i start my preparation
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>>> Introduction :
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)
grants admissions to students through an entrance exam called Joint Entrance Examination or more popularly as JEE. It is considered as one of the toughest examination in the world. More 4000000 (40 lacks) candidates appear for the examination and less than 9000 make it to IITs. For a competition as tough as IIT JEE, One have to be well prepared with no doubts. Make your mind feel that you can make it out.
> I am providing some steps that you can follow to apply for your success :
>>> Steps to crack IIT JEE :
> I have provided 7 steps below that makes it sure that you can make for IITs after following them in correct way.
]U]1. Believe in Yourself
2. You must convince yourself that the geeks and nerds who enter IIT every year are much like you and me in every aspects.
3. Learn Time Management
4. Find out what you need for studying
5. Take some regulas study materials and practice papers before a few days for your exam and start solving them.
6. Try getting hold of some good mentors.
7. Preserve[/U]

> These steps helps in motivating you towards it and also for a great success.
> Hope for your good future scope.
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how to prepare for IIT-JEE from inter first year
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if my 11th class is worst and i m just pass with compart so what can i do
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I wnt to drop an year fr the preparation of JEE. Is droppin an yr is a wise step ?? If so, then plz tell me hw to prepare fr tht ?
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hey is dropping a year good choice...or i should take admission in pvt colllege
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I HAVE NOT DID MY THIS YEAR IIT PAPER WELL .SHOULD I TAKE DROP THIS YEAR?
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17th May 2012, 09:46 PM
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For iit prepartion you may first the following thing

Balance and Choice of School and Coaching


** See my belief is that classroom studies(of both school and coaching) if properly taken care of contribute near about 80+% to your knowledge and rest is your self study. I also believe that for proper preparation one should and must perform well at both the levels - school as well as coaching. One shouldnot make an excuse of giving more attention to one of these two at any point of time (that is any test in coaching or any exams in school should not affect your preparation or performance level in the counterpart).

**In JEE, proper school studies contribute as high as upto 25% and coaching as high as upto 90%.
In Board, school studies account for 60-100% and coaching may help upto 60%. It totally depends on you how much you are able to extract the knowledge from your teachers.


MISTAKES COMMITED BY STUDENT

--Usually students fool around in the school saying that the teachers of coaching are far much better. they dont listen to the school teachers by giving either of the two totally rubbish excuses- first this topic has been done in the coaching classes so i know more than this teacher, and second, this topic will be done in the coaching classes after sometime so i will not be able to understand it now from this teacher and will cover it when it is done in coaching. You will realise that most of you are donig the same mistake. Make sure that you donot repeat this mistake from now onwards.

--One more silly and baseless thing that students do is the completion of coaching assignment in the school hours when the teacher is teaching in the class. Its fine that you are not getting time so you are utilising the time and is a good habit (that you should have ) but please donot do so whenever a teacher is teaching, it is a kind of disrespect and will seriously affect you and your results because the positive energy derived from the blessings and thoughts of the teachers for you help a lot. You maynot understand this point but it has a scientific proof as well. So take care from the next time.

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--Next, students always keep an extra excuse with them for their poor performance in exams and tests. When asked about their performance, they first tell that they spoiled it because they had not studied and revised for it. And above this, they are proud of their achievement. They say that if they would have had studied i would have excelled. I dont understand why are they so careless and why do they consider lack of revision a good thing. You should realize that at any point of time you should be ready for any type of exam . I know this is difficult but atleast you should be 70/% prepared. Habit of studying at the 11th hour just before the exam is also very harmful (a modified view is also posted below) and hence, one should keep the last time only for review of some very important points. i will suggest you that whenever you are asked about your result or performance JUST TELL YOUR RESULT WITHOUT ANY EXCUSE even if you are asked the reason for your poor performance accept your fault by saying just that next time it will not happen. Do not make stories that there was some function or you went somewhere and you could not revise etc. This will make you FEEL GUILTY and you will try your level best not to repeat your mistake. If you give an excuse, you do not feel so and you do not try to improve yourself.

#REGULARITY
--Never give a test underprepared . Atleast never miss a test in both school and coaching.
--Go to coaching (atleast 90%+) . donot think that i have given more emphasis to coaching. Actually coaching classes usually deliver more content on one day hence youneed to be somewhat more regular there.
--Go to school regular (atleast 80%) if the teachers of school teach well (and trust me they do teach very well if you see them with a positive attitude and just try to make out the teachers' plus points and try to neglect their minus points).Do not underestimate your teachers, just think that the person who is standing before you does know more than you about the topic/subject and please respect him/her. Trust me there will be always atleast one new point or aspect that you will learn from each lecture you attend irrespective of the person who delivers it. You should listen with full concentration when the teachers teach (of both school and coaching).

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MAKING A CHOICE -
** Avoid taking an advice/view from your classmates about school and coaching. By saying so, I mean that you should consult only your seniors who have qualified JEE and their parents. And do consult more than one of them and then decide.
Reasons are discussed below.

#COACHING
--Now a days, people do deviate you by telling you that some particular coaching donot give time to students for self study. If you here about any of such coaching, believe me it would be the best coaching in your neighbourhood. The reasons are
__ First, people including parents generally turn the positive points of a good coaching to negative under the influence of the masses. Masses here means a large part of the students preparing for JEE. Actually most of the students try to avoid hard work and appreciate those coachings which allows them to have fun and enjoy everything other than studies. So be careful from such people. They will tell you that in that coaching you will not get time for self studies. The fact is that 99% of these students never do self study in 11th and 12th.
___Second, you will utilise your time to the maximum when you join such a coaching. Actually, you donot get much time to waste it in the so called fun activities. On top of that, you are learning your subjects with better understanding in very less time. Eg. when you take a topic for self study without knowing anything about it, say you master the topic in 5 hours from a book and that too with about 3-4 hours of time wastage in between . But when a teacher teaches it, you will master it in a much better way from many good books within one hour with no wastage of time and rest of the time (8 hours) you can revise, extend your understanding by practicing a lot.
___Third, due to regular coaching you are always in touch with studies and will always have a higher level of preparation as compared to the masses .

--Try to join a coaching with a tight schedule and discipline. It should have a lot of interaction hours. Eg. Usual teaching hours in Kota is about 13 hours a week and classroom course is of 40 weeks . This schedule is perfect for the born intelligents and super genius people. But, if you are an average student or a low level student a coaching (such as the one in which I studied) which has a schedule of 14 hours a day on holidays and summers and sundays and conducts around 150 JEE pattern tests followed by aruond 6 hours discussion with faculty (in comparison to 10 tests by a coaching in kota and no discussion) along with innumerable daily tests and assignments will prove to be the best to bring you at par to the very intelligent people and even cross them.

#SCHOOL

** DO NOT JOIN A DUMMY SCHOOL.
--Join such a school which gives more emphasis on academics in 11th and 12th , has good faculty, which has good labs and where practicals are properly conducted. I was lucky enough to get such a school Sagar Public School in bhopal where the faculty was very nice and was friendly. The plus point was both my school and coaching never criticised any coaching or school respectively. This really has become rare now a days.
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18th May 2012, 01:58 PM
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how to prepare iit jee in jst 1 year
i m in class 12th nd i hv wasted my 11th .i hvent did much study but now im serious and have to get clear in the exam..i have also joined a iit coaching classes
You need to prepare yourself mentally as well as physically to face this competition. Mentally, you need to think wide when you think of competition you are facing. Remember there are more than 10000 schools (just CBSE) in India. So donít get defocused and remember that you have to compete with unknowns.


Most of you would have scored well in your school level examinations by not even spending 20 hours on studies at home. This is not going to be enough with such a huge competition. You need to scale up your efforts and set a target of 30-35 hours studies at home every week.

But just sitting in front of the books for these 30-35 hours is not enough. You have to study with full concentration, no disturbance, and continuously for 3 hour sessions. The idea is to simulate real exam conditions. While studying, you have to create an atmosphere as if you are sitting in exam. Avoid doing following during a 3 hours session:

*Study on a desk if you have it at home. Avoid studying while lying down on a bed.
*Donít get up from your desk during 3 hours of study session. Even not for drinking water.
*Donít listen music during studies. If you have a habit, then slowly come out of it by reducing it day by day.
*No phone calls and no SMS during studies.
*Study with 100 percent concentration as if you are sitting in exam.
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Things you should start avoiding immediately


Avoid too much socializing
Avoid long hours on TV, Internet and games
Avoid night-outs
Avoid too long or two short sleep hours
Avoid going to school daily

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Books usefull for iit jee


Physics

MECHANICS
Physics by H.C. Verma
Interactive physics
Resnick and Halliday
Problems in physics by Arihant
ELECRICITY AND MAGNETISM
Resnick and Halliday
Circuits devices and systems by R.J. Smith

Problems in physics by Arihant
OPTICS
Physics by H.C. Verma
MODERN PHYSICS
Physics by H.C. Verma
HEAT AND WAVES
Physics by H.C. Verma
Resnick and Halliday
Problems in physics by Arihant
Chemistry

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Morrison & Boyd
Solutions to Morrison Boyd
Reaction mechanism in Organic Chemistry by Parmar ∓ Chawla
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
NCERT Inorganic Chemistry
Concise Inorganic Chemistry by J.D. Lee
IIT Chemistry by O.P. Aggarwal
GENERAL CHEMISTRY
O.P. Aggarwal
R.C.Mukerjee
Maths

ALGEBRA
High school mathematics by Hall and Knight
IIT Maths by M.L. Khanna
CALCULUS amp; ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
G.N.Berman
Calculus and analytic geometry by Thomas and Finney
Coordinate geometry by Loney
IIT Maths by M.L. Khanna
I.A.Maron
VECTORS
IIT Maths by M.L. Khanna
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i have a bad habit of getting up very early from the desk , so how can i mentally prepare myself to study continuously ?, please give me a strong one....
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i haven't studied my 11 with full concentrations..even i haven't took coaching from anywhere.. but now i an really very serious bout my studies.. i want my selection in IIT.. actually its my family problem..i dont have my dad with me and i want to become self dependent so that i can support my family..so please give me some suggestions how can i clear my exam..i can not afford coaching..your advice can make my future./
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what is the new pattern of iit jee f0r 2013????.......n how to prepare for iit jee in 8 months...to get a two digit rank...
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how much should i study in my summer vacation in 12th
what book should i read for theory in physics first my institute notes or h.c verma?
should i study at night in my school days ?
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15th June 2012, 09:36 PM
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how to prepare iit jee in jst 1 year
i m in class 12th nd i hv wasted my 11th .i hvent did much study but now im serious and have to get clear in the exam..i have also joined a iit coaching classes
dont worry forgot the past and concentrate on the remaining time first try to complete the core topics in each subject most of the core are in 12 so u r a bit luck so concentrate on that topics after that topics if u have time then go on core in 1st year topics then have a revise on whole topics
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16th June 2012, 12:35 AM
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Hi friend,
This is difficult task to do because students find it hard to clear IIT in 3-4 years. so I suggest you skip this thought because there are only 2 attempts of IIT possible so it is better if you opt for preparing well in 2 years and then appearing for the exam. Moreover, if you wish to crack it after studying 1 whole year then it will become difficult for you as you'll have to cover up the syllabus of class 11th &12th both.
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exam pattern is changing in iit. got less markz in 12th. is dropping a year a good option???
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As you have wasted your first year ,but it is good that you have recognised in second year that is good now it will be a time for you to concentrate on studies make your own plans go with your stratergy ,plan in away such that you complete the study of your board textbooks first if it i9s completed then go for the study of the notes in your desired iit books and go on with problems books of arihant are good for you and other books like JDLee O.P.Tandon H.C.Verma all the best
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28th June 2012, 05:53 PM
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hey,
IIT stands for Indian Institute of Technology,,,IIT is really one of the tough exam
as everyone would say,,,but basically its not difficult,,,rather its Different,
If you are preparing for IIT,,,then a coaching institute is must,,,you may select
a coaching institute as per your location,
It should not be far away from your house.
It should provide right study materials.
It should take weekly tests and help you improve with your scores.

Your approach to the questions must be different,,,thats what an IITian is,,,
you must be smart enough to find a solution to the given question irrespective
of its length,,,
Most students think that IIT based questions are Lengthy,,,But they dont know
that the Ques Being lengthy are providing you more details to solve it...

All The Best
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28th June 2012, 06:06 PM
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the first thing you have to do is believe in yourself.you can still make it to iit with a good rank.take my example,i was having 66% in 11th and wasted most of my time in 11th,but i still managed to score above 300 in jee 2011.seriously you have a lot of time left.one year is more than enough for jee.but do not take jee in a very easy manner.at the same time dont get too tensed about it.
join a good coaching institute if you havent done already.join the best one available even if they are not very good in your area.prepare very well by following whatever your teacher tells you.believe me it works.complete all the assignments given.i am not saying the names of any books here,but you can find them in many sites.buy a maximum of three books in each subject covering all topics and prepare very well.dont go over topics too fast,but give ample time to each topic but do not lag too much.you will get an idea once you start preparing seriously.do not listen to anything discouraging people around you might say be it teachers,friends.i was always discouraged by my teachers because of the fact that i was not scoring well in school in 11th.but as i started studying well,my scores in school improved and their attitude changed.always talk to your parents about your preparation and tell them to support you mentally.please do not waste time in internet if you want to do well in jee.let me tell you,internet is not needed at all for jee preparation.it contributed 1% in my preparations.do not go to sites for iitjee and waste your time in there.i am not telling you to study 6 hours everyday,but try to study most of the time you get.i never kept track of the hours i used to study.but i always avoided any other activity that might waste my time and studied most of the time until i got bored.try to put in more quality with quantity.if you feel like sleeping,sleep and study after waking up,rather than studying in a sleepy mood.always believe you will clear jee easily.give lots of tests and give a test a day towards the end of 12th.if you can buy fiitjee packages in 12th end.please dont buy it in 11th and lose your confidence.
study physics conceptually,ask lots of questions to your teachers.classroom knowledge is the most important thing in physics.study chemistry by spending more time in it.do practice in physical after understanding the concept.spend a lot of time in organic chemistry (i did it in 12th in 2-3 months)and get used to mechanisms and everything.try to finish portions atleast by february end in 12th.remember always do topics well rather than running through them.in maths do lot of practice.try to complete the books that you have like tmh,or arihant.keep track of the topics you have to cover by writing them down all the topics in a paper.if you believe nothing can stop you from going to iit.do not set your targets low.if you set your target as 1000 you will get 2000.if you set it as top 100 you will get inside 500.
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28th June 2012, 06:34 PM
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Although it is always advisable to start preparing for IIT JEE from class 11 but you need not worry much about it. It is never too late when you yourself realize the importance of time.

Divide your 24 hours efficiently so that you can give proper attention to your board exam preparation and also your IIT JEE preparation.

It will help if you get some tutors or coaching centres to help you on this as it is not always possible to understand things on your own. They will be able to highlight the scoring areas and thus your work will become more easier.

Hope this helps
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Hello friends,
Cracking JEE is a very easy task if you are committed to do so wholehearted. I cracked JEE when i was in your situation few years back.
Just follow the simple steps then you will be in IIT Campus next year.

1. Commitment:
Every task needs commitment and dedication. First decide what you are upto. And count the months which you are left with. Then give 100% commitment for what you are going to do.

2.Basic understanding of Each subject:
Your primary task has to be understanding of basic principles or concepts in each subject. Unless you clear all the basic needs, you are unable to grasp what you are going in advanced stage. So, be prepared with basic understanding of concepts.

3.Books
Don't use multiple books for your preparations. It will be very confusing. Try to assign a book for each subject and prepare according to the syllabus.

4.Practice
Try to get an idea of what knowledge you have achieved so far. Collect all the previous JEE papers and try to solve on your own. Then see whether you are efficient with few topics or not. If not, then go to that specific topic and make it clear.

5. Time Management
The biggest problem will arise in managing your time. I tell you just a simple way to crack this problem. It will be very difficult to prepare long hours during initial stage. Start preparation with 2hrs/day at the intial stage then you can increase your time as the time passes. Assign short term goals like this chapter has to be completed within 1 week then stick with the deadline.

All the best for future success. Now, go and bang

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Dear friend,

The Best idea for Preparing for IIT-JEE is to completely concentrate over the concept of PCM books of 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th. Just revise all the concept and also try to solve the Model Paper, Test series.

Best of Luck.
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Good morning sir,
Am doing my 11th standard now and am in hostel.so not able to join in coaching class.how to prepare for IIT-JEE. Is there any course material available outside.What are the books to be read for each subject
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Sir,Though i have lost some months but can i still be able to crack JEE 2014?
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i want to crack iit jee 2013. which books are useful for practice to solving questions?
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how to prepare for iit exams in 1st year and board exams as well my collage is only focusing on iit but in board exams we have to get 90% so ihave fear iam not conccentrating on iit as well as board examination pls help me sir by sugesstions
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IIT requires the basic skills and knowledge of an individual but it also requires the more advanced skills.... study the NCERT books of physics chemistry and maths deeply then go through any other study material available in marked... a lot of studeis have to be done in order to qualify the iit examination..
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hi!!!!!! i am in 11 std and trying to prepare for iit jee how can i do so ???? what should be my schedule ???
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i m a student of class 12. how i prepare for iitjee to get high rank. and also i wanna to get 96 percent in board............................................. ............plz help me
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The Joint Admission Board (JAB) has accepted the percentile based formula for conducting the JEE in 2013.
The IIT-JEE aspirants will be required to appear in a screening test first. Those who will qualify will be given an opportunity to sit in the Advanced JEE.
Two Exams Ė JEE Mains followed by JEE Advance
Time gap between these two exams will be two to three weeks.
JEE Main which is equivalent to AIEEE and will be conduced by CBSE, JAB and JIC will also support in this.
JEE Advance which is equivalent to IIT JEE will be conducted by IITs (JAB and JIC); with the same composition as at present
Only top 1,50,000 students including all categories from JEE Main will be able to appear in JEE Advance
Students who come in top 20 percentile in their board can only give the exams.
Admissions to IITs will be based only on category wise All India Rank (AIR) in JEE ADVANCED
Admission in other deemed universities who take admission on the basis of AIEEE will be based on JEE Main exam. Min %age criteria will be fixed for these too.
Study pattern:
Study never ends..As much you study you can...I wil suggest you to make 3 hrs slot for each subject and after that get 1hr break.so you can do study well
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how to prepare for iit in 1 year?
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Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) grants admissions to students through an entrance exam called Joint Entrance Examination or more popularly as JEE. It is considered as one of the toughest examination in the world. More 4000000 (40 lacks) candidates appear for the examination and less than 9000 make it to IITs. For a competition as tough as IIT JEE, One have to be well prepared with no doubts. Make your mind feel that you can make it out.
> I am providing some steps that you can follow to apply for your success :
>>> Steps to crack IIT JEE :
> I have provided 7 steps below that makes it sure that you can make for IITs after following them in correct way.
]U]1. Believe in Yourself
2. You must convince yourself that the geeks and nerds who enter IIT every year are much like you and me in every aspects.
3. Learn Time Management
4. Find out what you need for studying
5. Take some regulas study materials and practice papers before a few days for your exam and start solving them.
6. Try getting hold of some good mentors.
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15th January 2013, 08:15 PM
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how to prepare iit jee in jst 1 year
i m in class 12th nd i hv wasted my 11th .i hvent did much study but now im serious and have to get clear in the exam..i have also joined a iit coaching classes
hiii....

Dontwory Nothing get out of range. your dedication can make it.
you have joined coaching thas great,..take test of your weekly and analys the things.also
as you are a fresher with our 10+2 so i hope many of your topics are clear..
just look upon the topics of the syllbus of IIT-JEE. and concetrate at your strong points first..take help of other experts..go for online solutions..there are very helpful material available online..
secondly get the papers of previous year and try to solve them and also get to the related topic of the same questions...
i will mail you some useful material..
goodluck...have nic time.
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16th January 2013, 02:11 PM
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if only 1 yr is left,it is imp to join a good coaching ,if unable to get benifit from classroom program then which is the best option for distace learning program?
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16th January 2013, 04:13 PM
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sir.. i am an IIT aspirant... i wasted my 11th class.. but now im am hell serious for JEE-2013.. pls give some tips for preparing the course in 1 year..
see follow the golden points which i give u now:
1.practice and focus on maths and physics more than chemistry.
2.many students who focussed on 2nd year syllabus will get good marks because most of the syllabus coverd fron 2nd year only
3.chemistry is scoring subject ,you should spare 1hour per day compulsary
4.focus on physical & organic chemistry more
5.dont make your own schedules . follow your sir
6.for physics a practical knowledge is necessary
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hello sir, I am about to step into my class 12th..I had joined a coaching institute in class 11th.. but now my father is not allowing me to join a coaching ..he emphasizes on boards.. pls. suggest me effective techniques to crack the IIT entrance.. I have utilized my class 11th upto 60% .. i seek a good advise from you..
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I am in class 8th and want to appear for IIT-JEE in the year 2018. What do I do? Is coaching essentil now itself or in 11th-12th?? Please help. I am a good student and am going to focus my attention on 10th now with a target of 95%.
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Well, it's been a blunder on my part that I didn't took my studies seriously, rather very seriously, in class 11th. And the consequence is that whatever had been taught the whole year, it seems that I don't know even a single thing !! But now, with full dedication, I really want to be an IITian and dream of getting rank under top 100........How to start the preparation (please give your valuable tips) ?
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I am very slow reader and i am taking MPC, is it a right choise ?
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plz suggest me how can i divide my syllabus and time for boards,11th revision and 12th prep in just one year
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can i appear iit exam 2 years after passing 12th
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how to prepare iit jee in jst 1 year
i m in class 12th nd i hv wasted my 11th .i hvent did much study but now im serious and have to get clear in the exam..i have also joined a iit coaching classes

Dear friend,

Upcoming JEE Advanced (or IIT-JEE Exam) would be conducted on 2 June 2013.

If you are not appearing for this exam now, then you will be getting 1 year for the preparation of the same exam.

For preparation of this exam, you need a proper planning.

>> Study at least 8-10 hours daily for the exam preparation.

>> Join any good coaching institute for the preparation of JEE Advanced Exam.

>> Solve each Sheet and Assignments fully so that you may learn more and more concepts, techniques, etc. to solve questions.

>> Solve previous year question papers of IIT-JEE and AIEEE.

>> Purchase good reference books for the preparation of JEE Advanced Exam.

Some of the good books for the preparation of JEE Advanced Exam are:

JEE Advanced 2013 - 10 Practice Sets (Paperback)
Author: Experts Compilation
Publisher: Arihant (2013)
Price: Rs. 195

Score More JEE Advanced Test Series Pack: 10 Mock Tests on Latest Syllabus & Pattern (Paperback)
Author: AIETS Experts
Publisher: AIETS (2013)
Price: Rs. 599

Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics: 35 Years IIT-JEE + 11 Years AIEEE 1st Edition (Paperback)
Author: Sunil Batra, O. P. Agarwal, Mamta Batra, Deepak Agarwal
Publisher: Disha Publication (2012)
Price: Rs. 675

AIEEE Topic-wise Solved Papers: Must for JEE Mains to be Conducted by CBSE (2002-12) (Paperback)
Author: Disha Experts
Publisher: Disha Publication (2012)
Price: Rs. 200

For more information regarding JEE Advanced Exam, visit: http://jee.iitd.ac.in
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Sir now Iam in12 so please give me a time table that shluld be followed to crack IITJEE.
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how many marks are needed to get 500 rank in IIT-JEE[2014]?
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sir please mail me some componendo type short notes and formula of PCM for revision for cracking jee-advance.My mail id is {[email protected]}
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I am 12 passed student then how can I prepare iitjee exam.
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sir i am now appeared in 12th and have a dream from beginning to crack iit ...but coz of some financial condn i cant joint iit coaching now i am in a class of jee mains level.....where they taught easy problems......i solve hcv with my own...my sir's say that dont do books..just do what we are giving......sir their notes are such easy i dont think i can even crack jee...mains....plz hlp me can i join some coaching now which hlps me in one year to crack jee...????
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