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Is it possible to prepare for IIT JEE exam without any coaching? Books to be referred? I am in class 12th


Sir,Now I am in class 12. I am unable to join any coaching class for the financial of our family..but I am a good student, securing 91% marks in our last board exam. So is it possible to prepare for IIT JEE EXAM without any coaching. Will u please tell ma what should I do and what books I should read?




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22nd October 2012, 01:33 PM
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Hello Friend,

Yes it is absolutely possible to crack IIT-JEE on your own but it is very tough.
You need to stay focused which is the most difficult thing when studying on your own as compared to when you have joined a coaching institute as there you will see your competitors and also the coaching guys will motivate you to push a little more where you might relax when studying on your own.

Also another thing is that the coaching people will focus on your weakness as well as those topics that are more important for the exam and this is the basic reason why they get the results out from the students better. On your own you might try hard and long on some topics which are considered not that important for the exam.

But all this doesn't mean that every candidate that cracks IIT has had coaching from outside but you can be sure that most of them have had it.

So if you can manage then no problem else just join a coaching as it will surely help you succeed.

Best wishes..




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i am in cls 11th and aspire to crack the iit but i have taken admission in akash coaching institute for medical.can i crack iit without taking coaching for it.please prefer of the best books for iit home preparation..without joining any coaching institutes..?




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14th November 2012, 03:59 PM
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Yes, it is possible. But you must work hard. Just try to follow this rules.

1. Read you text book detailed and several times. As it is the main syllabus for any entrance-exam. So do not neglect it.

2. Write more. After read any chapter, practice the questions & problems for more advanced on this chapter.

3. Practice previous years questions paper, so that you can understand the question format.

4. Use some best reference books. But not more, as it will confused you.
You can use, 'mtg', 'Pradeeps', 'Dinesh' etc note books for better preparation.

5. Make a time table, for which subject how long you read.

6. Avoid computer games, internet etc when exam held or coming.

7, At last, believe on yourself, that you can do anything.


All the best.
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14th November 2012, 09:51 PM
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IIt-JEE is one of the toughest entrance examinations in India. Cracking IIT-JEE is definitely a tremendous feat. Since you are already in the 12th standard, and as you say, that you are a good student, you should first strengthen your grasp on the theoretical part of the given topics. But you should refer to the following books for preparing for IIT-JEE.
Mathematics-M.L.Khanna;S.L.Loney;R.D.Sharma
Physics-H.C. Verma;I.E. Irodov;Resnick,Halliday
Chemistry-K.L.Chugh;I.L.Finar;R.C.Mukherjee;J.D.Lee
You can also refer to the MCQ series for IIT-JEE published by Bharti Bhawan Publishers.
Best of luck.
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16th November 2012, 12:06 AM
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Sir,Now I am in class 12. I am unable to join any coaching class for the financial of our family..but I am a good student, securing 91% marks in our last board exam. So is it possible to prepare for IIT JEE EXAM without any coaching. Will u please tell ma what should I do and what books I should read?
Preparation For IIT JEE


You can definitely prepare on your own for IIT JEE if you want but make sure you have someone's guidance because everything else can be obtained from the books but getting advice from an experienced person is a rare thing to get..

I would advice you to go through the following books for your preparations :-








These are some of the books which will ensure your success in any entrance exam..

I have also attached some past papers of IIT JEE along with this post for your reference..

You can go through them and I hope they help you getting acquainted with the pattern..

Also, I would suggest you to join the test series of any famous institute so that you know your position in the all india competition before actually appearing for the exam..

all the best..

With Warm Regards
Nitz
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Is NCERT is enough for IIT JEE
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Is NCERT books are enough for IIT JEE entrance
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I think it is a blessing in disguise that you are not enrolled in a coaching institute,prepare well for your board exams so that you have a good chance of scoring 95% in PCM.
For JEE/AIEEE,since there is just one exam now first do chapter thoroughly at school-level and then practice from reference books.This way you will ensure that you are preparing well for boards as well and JEE too.
In maths do as much calculus and coordinate geometry as you can.
In chemistry ensure that your class 12 is solid since I personally found it to be much easier than class 11.organic chemistry is not difficult at all if you have done NCERT well.
In physics mechanics(especially rotation) should be revised right till the end, electrostatics is the most important part from class 12.thermodynamics is also important.do optics from NCERT since there ar not more than 4-5 questions and all are basically ncert level.

I joined fiitjee on a scholarship in class 11 but they ruined my IIT prep and i messed up my school marks too,so thenn i concentrated on boards and scored 95.2% and even got a rank in iitjee though it was useless.

May the force be with you!
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i am really very puzzeled abt my iit coaching, presently i am in 12th and i didn't have any idea abt that how to prepare and ihave an aim to crack iit this year only along with my boards securing good ranks in both please guide me
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I am in class 11 and want to apply for books
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3rd May 2013, 12:49 AM
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Dear friend,


Since, you want to prepare for your IIT-JEE exam without coaching.

So, you must have enough Self-Confidence that "I can crack IIT-JEE exam".

However, IIT-JEE Exam has been renamed to JEE Advanced Exam.

You can get more information about JEE Advanced Exam from this site: http://jee.iitd.ac.in/

>> You will have to make proper planning for cracking this prestigious exam.

>> You should make proper time table so that you can give proper time for each subject.

>> Be Punctual at your Time Table and follow your Time Table honestly.

>> Then, only you will get the benefit of this at the end, otherwise the Time Table will be burden on you.

>> Discuss with your classmates and teachers when you face problem in questions.

>> Visit some good sites to collect valuable information, tricks, etc. for exams.

>> Use Good Reference Books for the preparation of these exams.

>> Here are some good books for preparation.


35 Year IIT-JEE + 11 Year AIEEE Topicwise Solved Paper Chemistry
by O. P. Agarwal, Deepak Agarwal
Publisher: Disha Publication (2012)
Price: Rs. 278


35 Years IIT-JEE + 11 Years AIEEE Topicwise Solved Papers Physics
by Sunil Batra
Publisher: Disha Publication (2012)
Price: Rs. 225


35 Years IIT-JEE + 11 Year AIEEE Topicwise Solved Papers Mathematics (Paperback)
by Mamta Batra
Publisher: Disha Publication (2012)
Price: Rs. 281
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Dear friend yes, it is possible.
But you must work hard.
You should refer to the following books for preparing for IIT-JEE.
Mathematics
-M.L.Khanna;S.L.Loney;R.D.Sharma
Physics-H.C. Verma;I.E. Irodov;Resnick,Halliday
Chemistry-K.L.Chugh;I.L.Finar;R.C.Mukherjee;J.D.Lee
You can also refer to the MCQ series for IIT-JEE published by Bharti Bhawan Publishers.

All the best...........
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I'm in class 11, and I am a topper in school, I just wanted to know if it is possible to prepare for the JEE Mains without any coaching. What are the important books that I should refer for preparation?
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i am in 12th and can i join fiitjee?tell me early -priya kate
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I am passed 12th exam(math) 2012 with 73.6%.may I appear iit(main&advanced)2014.please give detail....
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i have completed my 12th class and joined a college for engineering but i want to write jee main 2014 again and want to crack it during college first year.plz.. give the suggestions to crack jee mai 2014.??
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i am in 12th now i have only 9 months for self preparation what i have to do now can i do it self
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how can I prepare for iit jee I am living in a remote area there is no teacher available for half the year I am very much concerned on this.some of the low grade teachers discourage me that I can"t make a way through it . is there any best possible way to crack iit jee
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i am a 12th class student studying NCERT .My board exams are in october 2013, i want to crack IIT in 2014 ,but i donot have any concepts about 11th or 12th, can i crack iit with good rank ?
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sir i have not studied 8th and 9th and i am not studying in coachimg can i cracl iit jee what should i do
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I'm currently pursueing in class 11 with science stream,and i visionise to crack IIT JEE without attending any coaching.........also hoping to crack competitive exams like SAT,SAT subject,AP,TOEFL,IELTS etc.........but is it really possible to crack all these without attending a coaching centre such as FIITJEE,BASE?.....because the topeers of IIT JEE 2012-13 are from these forums itselves.So,could you just clarify the matter please?
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sir, please tell me a simplest and easiest way to prepare for iits without getting any strain and tension..........
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hello, here's my tip
there are a lot of coaching centres and dozens of people studying day and night but don't get afraid all u need to do is completely understand ur concepts and remember all formulas coz u don't get enough time to derive them in exam hall and more importantly have faith in yourself motivation is essential and for the books already mentioned above is fine but do a lot of practice papers before exam to boost ur confidance and finally hardwork is necessary because competition is high but everybody can crack iit jee, with proper guidance all the best
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i hav finished my class twelth i am planning of discontinue an year and prepare for iit untill now i hav not got prepared for it but how am i suppose to get prepared to be successfull now i had got 92% in last board exams
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sir, i hav passed class 12th with 90% in board exams. i want to crack iit jee but my financial condion is not good. I want fulfil my family dream. please telle how can i Prepare for this exam??please reply as early possible..ruchi
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our science teacher in class 9th donot teach well but in class 10th our science teacher teach us very well.now my question is that can i clear IIT JEE by doing hard work in 11th class without any coaching . how many hours i have to study .
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i am in class 11 and i want to know how to get different study material to increase my level and simple tricks to solve difficult question chapterwise
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How can I increase my concentration without coaching and without guidance? And please tell the best books for IIT-JEE? I'm in class 10th.
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how much time should we give to preparation of IIT in each day
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I want to know about the best book to crack JEE Mains and advance
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Sir,Now I am in class 12. I am unable to join any coaching class for the financial of our family..but I am a good student, securing 91% marks in our last board exam. So is it possible to prepare for IIT JEE EXAM without any coaching. Will u please tell ma what should I do and what books I should read?
hi friend,

In my opinion, it depends on you and how you study because i have seen many guys who failed to crack iit even after taking coaching in prestigious institutions, hence it is advisable that self-study is the key to success not coaching. If your concepts are clear in class XI then you might not face any difficulty in the mains. But for advance, i advice you to opt for NCERT books rather than some stupid coaching materials. after finishing NCERT question, you might go for R.C Mukherjee for chemistry and D.C Pandey or H.C Verma for physics and also take some maths supplement...then you try to solve yesteryears iit question papers....i hope this will help you out...Best of Luck!
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Definitely it is possible to prepare for any exam for yourself. One need only good guidance and littel push for success. You can get the guidance easily in the coaching institute. You can contact to the people who have already clear it for more information about the exam.
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