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….
So while you people on the outside really hear praises about the IIT teachers and the facilities, I for one am done with all this and this institution. Everyone is afraid about penal action and thus refuses to talk about the nonsense that IIT Bombay is. Here is something that happened with me…
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.
It sure is a mixed bag of feelings.
But the first thing you feel is … that you are tired. I felt as if two years of my focussed hard work had culminated that day when i gave the paper. All i wanted to do then was rest, as if i had covered a long distance with no break. And that was what it was too.
I chilled out a lot as soon as i came home and slept without meaning too. The 6 hours of the actual JEE paper drain you more than the All India Test Series (and even the AITS papers drain much more than normal studies do).
But, after you have given the paper, you begin to feel what marks you are expected to get, and what rank. I was pretty happy, thought i had a good rank with me. But, I never believed in it. Always expect the least, to be happiest. So…that was that.
I never checked my marks through the answer key. I never cared.
I enjoyed with family, started pursuing new hobbies…something my jee prep had not allowed me to do.
And then you realize, JEE is just a paper… but the journey was fun.
This is another great article by Harish which tackles the ever present problem of how to manage online examinations. It is indeed a problem writing on a computer.
I have already written as to why it is bad to put a computer based exam here
Tips to make yourself comfortable for Jee Advanced (If at all you are very much confident of cracking Jee)
• Write Jee Mains online.(This is will be really helpful if you are focusing on Jee advanced,but be careful if you mess up Mains like I have done then it maybe a problem).
• Try to write BITSAT exam before the advanced exam.(Disadvantage-Writing after the Advanced helps you to actually decide whether you really want to write the exam Seriously and you can carry on preparing for the same.).
• Enrolling in some of the online test series held by coaching institutes (I guess Fiitjee has started online AITS,dont know about other coaching institute)
• Studying in front of your computer table(in a chair) with the computer off for atleast 3 hrs in a day(This will help you to sit for 3 long hours in a chair with limited movement).
• Solving a practice paper every Sunday Afternoon perhaps for 1 hr initially and then onwards gradually increasing the time as the exam comes close by(Afternoon slot is very crucial in JEE ,hence I would suggest you to try to write most of the exams in the afternoon,if you have time, then attempt both morning and afternoon).
• Solving papers online though you must not make it a habit and do it every alternate day as most of the online papers that you can avail,have bad paper standard and hence turns out to be a waste of time.
• Perhaps you can download a past Advanced paper(or even Mains as you will be needing for Mains as well) and solve that paper instead of solving a paper given by some online website.
All the best!
Okay, so I’m officially tired of all those memes which keep targeting us single people of being boring and having a sad life because we’re alone on a Valentine’s Day. Are these people even for real? To hell with all of you, we singles are all better than you…
An engineering or science bachelors degree is no small feat. In fact, it is a huge accomplishment comprising a lot of learning, and a complete overhaul of the way our mind words and learns. As such, there’s a lot of stuff that is expected out of an engineer or a scientist… and there are a lot of tools we must learn to use, and use well. This guide is primarily meant for Tier 2 and 3 college students of the country as they don’t have the exposure that the old IITs or IISc have and as such, the students don’t know what to do. Such skills, as I shall point out here, are essential. Do learn all of this….
Hey guys, what’s up. There is this amazing amazing blog that I found out recently… I would love it if you could head out to that blog and have a look at it’s articles. They’re amazing works of art, and the two authors over there are amazing! Please please please subscribe to that blog for amazing literary works and also do get your friends and all to support the two authors as well. Literature is their passion and your support would mean so so much to both of them. Please do check out : Think… (Click here to see the blog)
Let’s start preparing for the International Olympiads, shall we? While much of the preparation shall be covered in the camps by themselves, you must be prepared beforehand if you want to be one of the 4-5 students who represents India at this amazing international stage… I feel that Peter Atkins is an amazing book for Physical Chemistry… Read on to find more…
It’s the second week of February already which means that the Board examinations are almost due. As such, it is a common sight to see students frantically going over their class notes, stopping all forms of recreation, practicing hundreds of sample papers and altogether just cutting out their social lives. Relax, people… It’s not needed. You can score just as well by planning in a cool and composed manner… Want to know how? Keep reading. Also, please do share this with your peers who are giving the boards this year or shall be doing so in the subsequent years…
Hey all people.. I do have a collection of scans of my own class notes from my 2 years of preparation… The notes span Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry coupled with Physics and Maths. These scans cover around 90% of the entire syllabus, including chapters not found elsewhere.. like GoC and Isomerism. So, would you guys want me to put them up for you to use?