i am a student of st.xaviers school , class x, i have recently joined fiitjee's ascent one year classroom program.


i am finding it difficult to manage my board studies and fiitjee . kindly provide me some tips which can help me to get very good marks in board as well as do well in fiitjee.;an iitjee aspirant (abhishek.bokaro)

3 years ago

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Dear Abhishek,


As you are the student of class X , so i would like to advice you that first concentrate on your board,  because once you are cleared with basic concepts then that would be helping you out more in the prepration for IIT JEE further.


And when you clear your boards then defiantely you would be then prepared for the further studies .


It is then the  right time to schedule and prepare for iit jee. You can target iit jee 2013 and can score easily if you work hard. You can join 2 year iit jee course package from one of the best institute for iit jee preparation. You have one option to check your preparation timely by joining IIT JEE Test series which is also provided by all top institutes preparing IIT JEE.


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all the best.


thanks and regards.


Akhilesh Shukla 

3 years ago

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