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For students wishing to pursue a career in engineering after Class XII, JEE Advanced is the most important entrance exam they should appear for. Every serious student in the country who is aspiring to become an engineer, applies for this competitive exam. This makes IIT JEE Advanced the biggest engineering entrance exam in India.
IIT Advanced offers the opportunity to obtain admission in the most reputed engineering institutes of our country. Since the number of JEE Advanced registrations are huge, the level of competition is extremely high too. Hence, the candidates who qualify the JEE Main are eligible to appear for the next stage.
Thus, it is essential to maximise your performance and perform your best. The JEE Advanced Result will be declared only for those students who have managed to clear the entrance exam with the minimum set marks. The JEE AdvancedAll India Rank will be made available for all candidates who take the exam. But, only those who have a high rank will get admission into IITs.
The subjects tested in JEE Advanced include Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. The syllabus for these subjects is the Class XI and Class XII NCERT syllabus. Candidates should ensure that they cover all chapters and topics from their NCERT books.
The subject-specific tips to help you prepare better are provided below:
This is a subject where practice makes perfect. First, make sure you remember all the important formulas related to each topic. Then, as many times as you can, practice different types of questions. You should reach a stage where no question taken from the NCERT book should pose you a problem.
After you have mastered the syllabus at NCERT level, start looking at more difficult questions that pertain to the JEE level. You don’t directly have to jump to such a bigger level. You can attempt some easier questions first. But, slowly work your way up to the JEE level.
Math demands practice. So, indulge in it. Understand the concept behind each question. Many IIT JEE questions are actually simple but worded in a manner that makes them seem difficult. This is why you must solve a lot of questions of various types.
There can be multiple ways to arrive at the answer. Don’t be content with knowing just one working solution. Experiment constantly and find out shorter, simpler methods to solve a particular question type.
This subject brings out quite a varied range of reactions in students. Some seem to enjoy it and have a genuine interest in it. For such students, problem-solving becomes intuitive. On the other hand, for a vast majority of students, Physics seems like an obscure subject that they can’t seem to wrap their heads around.
The first step of preparation for Physics is to ensure that you know the content of your NCERT book well. Read through the chapters and go through the problems given at the end. The questions asked at IIT level for JEE Advanced are generally a lot more difficult. So, you will need to study from some good books.
Ask your teachers about the best books for JEE. Solve a good number of problems from these books. The best source to understand the type of questions asked in JEE is the previous years’ questions bank. For the best level of preparation, you must solve ample questions from recent years question bank.
Most students find Chemistry to be an easier subject as compared to the other two. Even if the difficulty level is a little high, a good student is generally able to solve a decent number of questions from this section of the question paper.
Preparation for this subject begins with covering all theory given in the NCERT book. Memorise all formulas related to the different chapters. Start out by solving problems at the NCERT degree. Make your way gradually to solving questions of a higher level.
Refer to previous year questions to ensure your preparation is strong. It is important to remember that Chemistry questions also require a bit of Mathematics. So, practice solving numerical problems related to the topic of Physical Chemistry as well.
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Apart from subject-specific tips, it is important to follow some other guidelines for overall preparation. Here are some additional tips to help boost your IITJEE Advanced preparation and help you score a great rank:
Collect all information available related to the IIT JEE exam. This will help ensure that your preparation is progresses in the right direction. Know about eligibility, JEE Advanced exam pattern and marking scheme for the exam.
The preparation for IIT JEE exam should start as soon as you enter into Class XI. Many students wait quite a year or more before getting serious about their preparation. But, it is important to start at the earliest to maximise the time available.
Self-study will only take you so far. Enrol in a good brand of coaching class. These usually offer you a lot of study material that is very helpful in the preparation process. An added benefit is that the faculty mentors at these institutes can offer you assistance in case you face a doubt or get stuck with a question.
It can be hard to manage school along with coaching institutes. Most students are too tired after finishing school and tuition. But, it is not enough to just do classes. You must find time for self-study. Make managing time a priority.
You must be aware of where you stand at any given moment. You can’t blindly go on just studying. To ensure you are on time with your preparation, track your progress.
Solving mocks is a very important part of your preparation. Mock tests will expose you to a different set of questions every week. The added bonus is that you will be able to compare your preparation levels against other fellow students.
It can get lonely when you are dealing with so much pressure. Talk to your friends who are going through the same preparation process. If there are teachers who are close to you and understand you well, talk to them about what more you should be doing for your preparation.
If you are tired and burnt out from too much preparation, you won’t be able to do your best in the examination. So, take time off at regular intervals and do something other than studying. Meditate to build concentration. Practice yoga. Indulge in a hobby.
We hope these tips help you achieve a better level of preparation for JEE Advanced. Don’t forget that the JEE Advanced Registration 2017 begin from April 28, 2017 and the exam will be held on May 21, 2017. All the best!
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