I distinctly remember what prevented me from going off to the camp… in both the Physics and Chemistry Olympiad. Kind of a sad story in both the cases. Now, having faced defeat because of such events, here is a post for you all to not make any such events…
So, I had a quick discussion with my friend Shourya Pandey, a bronze medalist at the International Maths Olympiad, about his views on the exam and what all stuff he would like his juniors to know… Excited about it? You should be! Let’s head on and have a look at what Shourya advises :
Plan the right way, and your work is half done. That’s what the thing is…. Having a timetable is crucial to your life, in any ways. You might be a genius, you might have the best study material or you might have the best teachers. However, if you do not have a timetable and a regular fixed schedule of study, you will hardly be able to realise your full potential in the examinations.
Firstly, Enough might mean just enough level to scrape off a okish score in JEE Advanced or it might mean good enough to score 90% in JEE Advanced. Going by my personal experience, you can clear INPHO (Indian Physics Olympiad) if your concepts of physics are strong enough and you can apply them practically. So, in a word, yes. JEE level physics can get you through, however syllabus completion and a large exposure to tough problems is a must. Continue reading Is JEE level Physics enough for Indian Physics Olympiad (InPhO) ?
Can you do it? Yes you can…. Yes you can!
Is JEE Physics enough for clearing INPhO?
Let us take down these two BIG queries in the minds of many aspirants… Continue reading Let’s crack INPhO in 10 Months…
You must be wondering about the best way to go about your preparation for Olympiads. Let us discuss some tips and traps to help you in your preparation.
Here, we focus on Physics and Chemistry Olympiads. Soon, we will be coming with guides on Astronomy also.