The JEE syllabus of organic chemistry requires memorisation as well. This is evident through the chapters of Polymers and Biomolecules. Both have certain concepts, but both need extensive memorisation too. Now, I agree that many kids face problems while preparing for this chapter. It’s not easy to learn so much stuff. However, there are many ways to ensure that you are able to do it quickly and easily. Without compromise.
You worked hard, day-in and day-out, never stopping, never caring for anything other than JEE. Or well, you wanted to do so but could not do it fully or the way you wanted it to be. However, the time for thinking is gone. It’s time for action. JEE is finally here. Nervous?
Seeing the comments lately and the messages that I have been receiving in the Prepsera E-Mail, I decided to write this post to clear out a few confusions that you must be having –
Technology permeates us. Everyone owns some gadget or the other, the most common of them being the smartphone. However, it often leads to waste of time much more than it’s utility. This waste of time is primarily caused by Whatsapp and apps such as Facebook, Twitter, etc. Cutting down on all technology, however, is not the solution. What is needed is optimization of the right technology. Here is an article of how I used technology to boost my results the right way, with valid reasons for using each of the tech items.
Remember that you might have the best smartphone and you might still not waste time on it. It all depends on your will power. However, for those who do not have such a strong control over themselves, you can use what I did… minimum distraction and maximum work devices. Continue reading How to boost your rank using the right technology?
Some say, life is basically what your attitude is to the circumstances you face. So now, going on to a personal observation that I have made here. I have seen a lot of types of kids here at IITB. The ones for whom getting a 10 pointer is easy to do, some who can do everything else, some who do nothing, etc. What matters is how and where you find a path to stick around and live happily. After all, life makes you compromise. Finding your happiness thereafter is what will matter to you. However, that’s not the point.
A lot of people have been asking me about the time-table that I followed while preparing for JEE and other exams. In this article, I shall be briefly outlining an average study day during my JEE Preparation. Keep in mind that all days are not the same and there are many events that occur, leading to a disruption of your preset time-table.
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.
Hey there people. JEE-Main, 2017 just got over and I am pretty sure many people would be enthusiastic to have both the Online and Offline papers for various reasons – to gauge the difficulty level, to analyse their mistakes, or to get the answer key rechecked in case of wrong answer keys. Whatever be the reason, it is important for you to have the papers. Here are the 2 papers –
Well, well, well… Here we are, just as JEE(Main) got over this very day. While I hope all of you students would have done decent in it, here are some of the points that I noted about the paper, and some points that were pointed out to me by the students who gave it this year (and well, are personally in contact with me). Here it goes (It’s not gonna be very long, just a short analysis) :
Scoring more than 200 in JEE-Main is pretty good. It grants access to so many good colleges of the country. And well, let me tell you a secret…. It’s not tough to score that much ! All you need is immense confidence, and a realization of how hard you have worked in the last two years. Don’t look at how others have competed. Only compare yourself with how you were earlier, and how well your preparation is now. Trust me, never stop believing in your capabilities. You can achieve !
This part focuses on what we know as the core Inorganic Chemistry – The s-block, p-block, d-block and f-block elements and Hydrogen
The inorganic chemistry topics that we considered in Part 1 were fun, right? Well, the chapters we are going to discuss here are the ones that will make you cringe and leave inorganic chemistry. Well, you just can’t leave it though. Why? Well, firstly because these chapters have no tricky questions, and secondly, they need very little effort.
The JEE body has released the official schedule with all the important dates – the exams, seat allotment, etc for JEE-2017. Have a look and save this in your calendars. Continue reading JEE 2017 : All the important dates you need to know
So, when the article said LIFE AT IIT Roorkee, you might have expected me to come up with something that might help you to know more about IIT-R. WELL, the place undoubtedly is AMAZING. It has a lush green campus spread across 360 acres. But does not every IIT come with a cool campus and awesome students who make the place worth spending an important part of your life?
So, as the title speaks, as far as I think, JEE is more of a game of perseverance wherein your biggest challenge is your patience and not your raw talent and knowledge. However, I don’t have any intentions of offending all those who are currently preparing for JEE or have cracked it. Continue reading JEE – A Game of Perseverance (By Rahul Agrawal, JEE-2016 AIR 485)