An interesting comment I found here on Prepsera and this is something I think should have come to me as well. It is a pretty essential question and a dilemma faced by a lot many kids who are preparing for competitive exams. So, if I were you, this is what I would do…
Okay so this is a fun one. I’ve been asked a lot of questions by my friends and so I thought of making this post. Let me know your views and questions here… also share with everyone. I’ll answer with a yes or no as regards to your comments.
So the topic is :
What all do you think cannot be done on iOS that can be done on Android?
Share this one everywhere… Make it viral…
Hey everyone… especially those who’ve given JEE Main this year… could you please share some of the questions and intriguing concepts that you found in this year’s JEE paper? Also… let’s have a discussion because that will help you out for the exam finally. As well as your juniors.
Another humble request… please please get everyone you know and has written the paper or plans to do so to comment on this post. It will be a great resource for your juniors and for you to look over how you can improve… with my tips included.
You’ve worked hard… you’ve sweated it out… It’s time to deliver now. All the best for JEE Main! Remember that you’ll be free from studies soon now. May that give you strength
As always, there has been a paper leak of at least one of the board exam authorities. This time, though, it has been the biggest of them all to come under fire. CBSE. I for one do not think that this is sustainable… the system must change
As you might have noticed, I start off my articles with a short incident or something. Well, it is just to inspire you all to work hard and utilize your time well. Many people lack a guiding light, and i believe that the incidents i retell will serve as a great Beacon of Light for you. Continue reading FAQ’s on Time Management
This is another of the articles contributed by Harish. Really appreciate his work and his views and I felt that these would resonate with a lot of you and might help you out. Most of you frequent visitors of the blog already know my views and that’s why I post these articles written by Harish so that you people can get an alternative view point and decide what works best for yourself. As always, anyone who wishes to join this cause and help out is welcome to message me 🙂
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EDIT : Fixed the links. Should be working now!
You must have seen your comments not getting published on the site of late. Well, I realised that my spam filter had misconfigured itself on it’s own and had been blocking everything. Also, I was unable to see this because i can only access these configurations from the desktop site and not in the mobile app (which is what I use). So, really sorry for this. Approving and replying to each and every one of you now
And most of your preparation must have been completed by now. Just keep in mind to not start anything new in these two weeks. Don’t take too much stress and follow these tips to improve your performance in the coming tests….
Welcome all to the book review of this wonderful book – Test of Reasoning by Edgar Thorpe. This has been one of the best books I have used on this subject and I can tell you that I absolutely fell in love with solving it’s problems. A great testament to this book is that it really sharpens your mind. For example, during my NTSE preparation, I exclusively practiced from this book for the Mental Ability portion of the exam. Funny thing, though. The year I cleared NTSE was perhaps the first time that there were more scholarships available than the eligible candidates. Basically, 1000 kids were supposed to get a scholarship that year but only 750 managed to pass in the mental ability test. This lead to only 750 kids being awarded the scholarship. That was because of an extremely tough MAT paper (was of a CAT level). All I have to say that is thanks to this book, I did manage to clear the mental ability paper with ease.
And here it begins. Do your board exams well people. It will help you get the needed confidence for the big exam looming ahead of you. Also do comment any specific queries here or on Twitter using the handle @PrepseraOfficia
I would love to make a reply post addressing all your last minute queries.
If I am to be extremely concise and clear, not at all.
R D Sharma focuses mainly on the board level question which, while might work well during your boards/easy questions, however do not provide you with the depth or the analytic skills needed while solving JEE Mathematics questions.
All the best for your board exams. They won’t be very tough hopefully and you’ll be able to do well. Just work through the paper and you’ll emerge victorious.
I don’t think so fully…
As the name stands, the Indian Institute of Technology, has managed to do decently well thanks to the dedicated pool of students that have entered it.