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How to prepare for IIT JEE or AIEEE in short duration of 2 months?


how can i prepare for iit jee or aieee in a very short duration of 2 months? is 2 months enough for the preperation to clear iit or aieee where board exams are also at the same time? can i compete these competitive exams with the notes or study materials which i have for boards exams?
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i m rinal studying in standard 11th sci gen n want to become top astronaut n also want to work in nasa as a space researcher so what should i do aftr my 12th.....???
which entrance exam to give ...??
what are percentage required....???
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Dear you go through rapid physics,rapid chemistry that are much helpful nd have small volume you can easily crack any exam
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how to score better in aieee n iit jee , knowing i m a week student then others
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Since the AIEEE syllabus is all according to CBSE you have to work real hard to get a good result.
I would suggest you to go through CBSE syllabus and books like NCERT and solve as many previous years question papers as possible and also sample papers. For AIEEE its not only the knowledge but also your speed to solve the question matters, so manage and study accordingly.
REgarding IITJEE its really difficult to get a very good rank in just two months of preparation, though i would suggest you to solve previous year IIT papers.
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How to crack aieee in just three months?in march i had exams of board.. .how to study?please guide me.0.
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I am studying in 11th class, I want to crack iit-jee, but lot of time of class 11th i spend. so what i do
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i want to crack iit-jee so what i am do to it.
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Friend determination and hope in your strength brings you success . So don't leave your hope at the last minute . Just take it as a challenge and score All India rank
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how to crack aieee nd cet with the best marks in the time period of 1 month???????????
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tell me important topics of maths from which questions are generally asked in iit....
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How to manage time for studying physics and chem daily?
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How to prepare for IIT in just two months?
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i am ashish. Can i prepare aieee by upboard books.help me
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Can you please tell me about time management in iit jee
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how to prepare for iitjee i haven,t prepared yet? just 2 months left
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how can i shoot answers to IIT-JEE question ?????????????
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Dear
Since the AIEEE syllabus is all according to CBSE you have to work really hard to get a good result. You should strictly refer to the NCERT books for that.....
I would suggest you to go through CBSE syllabus and books like NCERT and solve as many previous years question papers as possible and also sample papers. For AIEEE its not only the knowledge but also your speed to solve the question matters, so manage and study accordingly.
Regarding IITJEE its really difficult to get a very good rank in just two months of preparation, though i would suggest you to solve previous year IIT papers.
That would help you a lot.....
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wt is the time period of iit coaching
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Can sumone plizz advice me ,how to prepare regularly for AIEEE and IIT ,so that i would bang them easily,i am in CLASS 11th ,and m really hungry for IIT.......plizzz anyone
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Re : How to manage time for IIT-JEE as wel as for the boards....????

Guys i m now in 12th n want to study for IIT-JEE. So how should i manage time for clearing both. Pzzzz tell me
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i am studying 10th .how to join isro after 10th?
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how should i prepare for aieee??
exam is on 29th april 2012.......
which one is a better option? crash course or self study?
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SIR PLEASE TELL ME ABOUT SOME BOOKS OF MATHS,PHYSICS,CHEMISTRY WHICH I SHOULD PREFER BECAUSE I HAVE ENTERED FROM CLASS TEN TO ELEVEN AND MYSELF VERY POOR?
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Hi


IIT JEE is the Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination and this is the toughest undergraduate entrance examination in India.


This is basically conducted by the IIT's every year to select candidates for the various B.Tech programs in the IIT's all across the nation.


Similarly the AIEEE stands for the All India Engineering Entrance Examination. This is also an entrance exam which is the largest in scale as it grants admissions to many technical institutions and colleges all over India.


The course to be covered for both these exams are the comprehensive course which is being taught in the class 11th and 12th.


Now coming to your question as to how one should plan to prepare for these exams in a very short duration. I am listing a few points. Please try to follow these and I am sure you would surely benefit.


1. Time Management - You should not waste any time. This is tough, but you have to make it a habit that you do not waste any time. You have to do something or the other. I do not say that study 24 hours. But if you are not studying, then rest, sleep, do something which relaxes you..


2. Stay away from distractions : This would help you maximize your potential. Your mind would be full of the positive things and you would be able to memorize more things.


3. Do not try to study anything new at this time. You should in fact revise all that you know very well. It would help you score the best by what you know. This is not the time to learn new things.


4. Give equal time to all the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. This is because you need to clear all the cutoffs of all the papers.


5. Revise the tips and shortcuts, the formulas and other equations so that they be on your fingertips.



Try to follow these points and I am sure you would feel more comfortable during the final stages of your preparations.

Still I won't say that 2 months time is enough for the preparations of the such tough competitive exams like the IIT JEE and the AIEEE. But you can try hard to do the best you can.


Talking about the notes and the study materials that you have followed for the Board exams and their significance in the IIT JEE and the AIEEE pattern of questions, I would say that you can rely on the board syllabus for the Chemistry part. But for the Physics and Mathematics certainly you would need a different approach all together. You can try some crash course kind of a thing to boost your chances.


Hope this helps

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First of all be thorough in the basics part which is very essential to crack various entrance exams .
Then solve the previous papers , model tests , online mock tests as many as possible so as to have the better chances to crack the test .
Refer books :: Arihant
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Know your strengths and weaknesses

This point cannot be over-emphasised. While you must believe that you can do it, you must also have a very clear idea of where you stand, to begin with. You must know your strengths and weaknesses. These could be anything that has a bearing on your preparation. Some of you, for example, may cover a lot of ground in one sitting, while for some, sustained concentration for more than a specified period at a stretch might prove to be counterproductive.

Some of you may have a natural strength in mathematics, while some may have an aptitude for chemistry or physics. It is important to know these nuances of your strengths and weaknesses. The reason is really simple. To plan and work on a winning strategy, you must know which of your strengths need to be further honed, which of your weaknesses you can live with, and which of the weaknesses you need to work upon so they don’t become a handicap.

Plan your schedule

Any successful implementation of a project is the culmination of successfully completing smaller projects and even smaller tasks. Remember that every journey takes its own time. If you wish to reach the destination in time, you need to start right away and plan out the details—which milestones do you need to cross, and when, before you finally succeed. Plans need to be worked out at different levels. And for this, you need to set specific time bound targets.

Whatever be the schedule one decides on, it may help to remember the following:
a) Formalise the schedule. Set it in the form of a chart you can see easily anytime.
b) One ought to set realistic targets, without getting influenced by how much one’s friends or classmates have covered. There is no point in setting a schedule that needs to be frequently changed.
c) Although it is not advisable to change our schedule every now and then, our schedule has to have some element of flexibility. There is no need to feel unnecessarily guilty if we have not been able to follow the schedule due to some genuine problem. We should remember to cover up the lost ground in the near future.
d) All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Nothing could be truer than this. Please remember that JEE is more about thinking and application than anything else. And to think productively one needs to keep one’s mind fresh.

Familiarise yourself with the JEE pattern

Many of us, while preparing for the JEE, tend to lay high emphasis on problem solving and not so much on understanding the subject. Since JEE itself largely consists of numerical problems, this approach leads to a false belief among the students—that the more number of problems one solves or goes through, the better are the chances of success at the JEE. While this might be true to a certain extent, solving problems prematurely without adequate grounding of fundamentals is unlikely to meet the final objective. Sometimes we also tend to entangle ourselves with unnecessarily complex problems that have very little relevance to the JEE. Students must study the kinds of questions that have been appearing in the JEE, and convince themselves about the kinds that they need to practice with.

Be rigorous and persistent

It is important to realise that there is no alternative to rigour. This means that we must be thorough with our understanding of concepts. Sometimes while trying to solve a problem, we give up quickly and look at the solution. Many a times we read a topic or see a problem or a solution and think that we have understood it. The words rigour and persistence go hand in hand. Looking at its absolute importance in the context of our preparation, we must try to do the following.


Persist with a problem till you have either found the solution or have come to a dead end. This may take hours, but the learning could be significant.

It may not be wise to skip solving a problem because you think you know how to do it. It may not be quite the same as a known problem.

Even if you have got a solution, you can always try to think up alternative solutions. This process itself could lead to insights on the concerned topic.

It might be a better idea to avoid looking at the solution, and, instead, discuss the problem with one’s friends. One may learn a thing or two that were hitherto not known.
Quality is more important than quantity

Very often you may find your friends discussing how many hours they spend every day on their preparation. You should not let any of that bother you. You may be spending less time but getting a higher or more productive output. In this context, some of the related things to note are:


It is better to confine yourself to a limited number of good books and other study material; do not consult too many books.

Spend a lot of time reading these books and work out the important derivations independently.

Work out limited number of problems, but good ones. Solving too many problems does not necessarily help us in understanding concepts.

Make it a point not to study beyond your fatigue limit.
Critically assess your progress

An extremely important element of your preparation is to periodically find out where you stand with respect to your goals. While taking tests is an integral component of this assessment, it actually goes much beyond that. The objective of a test is not only to point out your performance but also your strong and weak areas. If this feedback is not taken seriously and you proceed to take another test of similar scope and nature, there is not likely to be much difference in your performance. On the other hand, if you work hard on your weak areas before taking a test again, there is every chance that your performance will improve. It goes without saying that these are the incremental improvements that finally bear fruit.
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Dear Aspirant,

As we know, IIT-JEE and AIEEE are one of the toughest engineering entrance exams all over India. Students start their preparation before 2 year but even then some of them fail to crack these exams.

According to IIT-JEE experts, If a student study 5 hours a day regularly just from 5 months before the IIT-JEE exam with full dedication and devotion. Then, he can surely crack IIT-JEE exam.

I don't know what is your current status. If you would have mentioned your Class 12 percentage, I would have got some hint about your current preparation.

Here, you are asking for 2 months which is too short period for preparing IIT-JEE exam. Don't be panic if you failed to qualify IIT-JEE exam this year, try another chance (which is last chance) with full preparation, and then surely you will succeed.

Best of Luck for upcoming examinations...
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Hello!!
I request your kindself to please suggest me some good books... which covers the syllabus for the exam and which has best solved examples as well.
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how to prepare for jee mains in 3 days???? plz rply as soon as possible plzzz...
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how can i prepare for iit jee or aieee in a very short duration of 2 months? is 2 months enough for the preperation to clear iit or aieee where board exams are also at the same time? can i compete these competitive exams with the notes or study materials which i have for boards exams?
please answer to all my questions i really need help, support & encouragement..
thank you
Introduction of IIT-JEE Examination :-


IIT-JEE Stands for Indian Institute of Technology / Joint Entrance Examination . This Examination is Conducted by Indian Institute of Technology .

The Applicant who wants to get admission in Indian Institute of Technology than the candidate Complete Appear in Entrance Examination and score good percentage of marks .

So, If your Interested to apply for IIT-JEE Examination than you may apply for this Examination .

To Apply for this Examination than you should be Passed in 12th standard Examinations in science from a recognized board / Institution .

The Applicant who belong from General (or) OBC candidate than , the Applicant Need to score Minimum 60% Percentage of marks in 12th board Examination.

If the Applicant belongs from SC/ST Category then Relaxation will applicable for 55% Percentage of marks .

So, If your Completed 12th standard in science stream than your eligible to apply for IIT-JEE Examination .

The IIT-JEE Examination Pattern consist of three sections Namely Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics. The question paper is based on the Objective type with Multiple Choice and test is Designed to test comprehension / Reasoning and Analytical ability of candidates . So, I suggest you More Concentrate in that Areas .

Tips to Manage Time for IIT-JEE Preparation :-

Basically Time Management Very Important to Prepare for Every Examination . The IIT-JEE Pattern Consist of three Section . So,I first divided the three division and you will Target in Certain date you will Complete the Each Sections . Daily Once Revise the what you Learn in Yesterday .

At the time of Examination , Please Attend the Question in which you have good Knowledge and please Don't waste your time to thinking for Unknown questions.

Here I listing some reference Books for IIT-JEE Examination , I hope this Books are very Help for Preparation..

Reference Books for IIT-JEE Examination :-

~~ New Pattern IIT JEE Chemistry by R. K. Gupta
Publisher: Arihant
Price : Rs. 455

~~ IIT JEE Chemistry 34 Year's by Ranjeet Shahi
Publisher: Arihant
Price: Rs. 248

~~ IIT-JEE Chemistry Challenger by O. P. Agarwal, J. B. Yadav
Publisher: Disha Publication
Price: Rs. 338

~~ IIT-JEE Physics Challenger by Deepak Agarwal
Publisher: Disha Publication
Price: Rs. 400
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how to prepare for jee mains in 3 days???? plz rply as soon as possible plzzz...

if u able to crack jee main in 3days then plz tell your sucess story
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How to crack aieee in just three months?in march i had exams of board.. .how to study?please guide me.0.
crack aieee test with in three month just visit inteliclass.com. We provide online mock test and previews year question papers.
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Hi

no you cant crack IIT within 3 months.
people spend 2 year for IIT Jee and they find it difficult to crack IIT.

If you are clear in your concept.
then practice more and more question.

you may try joining any coaching for mock test series.
the more you solve the more confident you become

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Hi

no you cant crack IIT within 3 months.
people spend 2 year for IIT Jee and they find it difficult to crack IIT.

If you are clear in your concept.
then practice more and more question.

you may try joining any coaching for mock test series.
the more you solve the more confident you become

All the best
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i m nt doing any coa for iit and so i dnt kno hw to crack iit within thi 5 months????? how shd i study nd hw i improve my cocentration
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