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Shashi Bhusan, a boy from steel city Bokaro in Jharkhand tell us about how he managed to get 90% in his AIEEE exam. He said in his town there were not many coaching centers, and prepared for the exam by taking private tutions. Shashi went to University College of Engineering, Kota. Know more about his experiences and preparations tips.
Name: Shashi Bhusan
JEE Main Score: 90%
Appeared in Which year: 2004
Took Admission in: University College of Engineering, Kota
Qualified for JEE Advanced: No
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Qus- What did you choose - Offline or Online mode for taking up the exam?
Qus-Did you take Coaching Classes? If yes, how did they help in your story?
Ans- I prepared for AIEEE at Bokaro steel city, Jharkhand. I took individual tutions and did not attended any coaching classes as there were not much options available in my hometown. Individual tuitions are good, you can choose from which teacher you wish to study but a lot of time is wasted in finding the right teacher. Also if you are going for individual tuitions you need to make your own plan to complete the syllabus otherwise you will never be able to complete the full syllabus. These problems are solved when you attend good coaching class.
Qus- How did you manage to prepare for JEE Main along with your Class 12th exam?
Ans- I gave ISC board exams and most of the syllabus is a subset of the JEE syllabus. So it was just like JEE but at a lower level. Apt time is present to individually prepare for both the exams. Significant gap is provided.
Qus- What were your Strong and Weak areas? How did you prepare and what special efforts did you put for improving them?
Ans- Strong areas: Physics, physical and Inorganic Chemistry.
Weak areas: Organic Chemistry, Maths(Co-ordinate geometry, differential equations, permutation, combinations.)
Qus- What mock papers did you take?
Qus- Write some of the Preparation tips for someone who is starting 4 months before the exam?
Ans- Know what you are preparing for Whether for NITs or IITs. Check your level first, then decide. IITs admission requires rigorous study and intelligence. It is a waste of time if you think you can prepare for IITs in 4 months. JEE mains can be achieved in 4 months, just focus on objectives, do not over stretch a topic as you do not have to do Phd. You just need to qualify a exam.
Qus- Mention the Strategy and Books Followed for Physics
Ans- HC verma, Pradeep physics.
I took individual tutions and did not attended any coaching classes. Just focus on objectives, do not over stretch a topic as you do not have to do Phd., you just need to qualify a exam. focused on topics which I knew, did selective study.
Qus- Mention the Strategy and Books Followed for Chemistry
Ans- I took individual tutions and not attended any coaching classes as there were not much options available at Bokaro. Individual tuitions are good, you can choose from which teacher you wish to study but a lot of time is wasted in finding the right teacher
Qus- Mathematics: Mention the Strategy and Books Followed for this section.
Ans- KK sinha, I took individual tutions and not attended any coaching classes as there were not much options available at Bokaro. Individual tuitions are good, you can choose from which teacher you wish to study but a lot of time is wasted in finding the right teacher.
Qus- What are the things you would like to go back in time and change to get into a better college?
Focused approach, Selective approach. first analyse the subject and topics from which maximum questions are asked. Never prepared for IITs as that is not my cup of tea.
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