Dear sir/madam,


 


PLease give me some tips for rigorous practice. As my holidays are going on now, how many hours of practice is really needed per day? How much time do i devote to theory and numericals? What kind of study pattern do I adopt to study for JEE? 


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Raghu


 


 

4 years ago

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Dear Raghu


 


There isnt any particular hours you should practice every day.You can practice as much you can considering your health. It would be always better first you study theory and then start practicing numerical along with it.And then after ward check your theory by doing some mcq. I suggest devote more time for numericals.







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4 years ago
                                        

Dear Raghu,


First of all,never go for quantity, always aim at quality!


Even if u study for 6 hrs but with pure devotion,its of gr8 use.


Try to study for 6-8 hrs a day.


Give 4-5 hrs to theory n the remaining tym to Numericals.


Always try to study chemistry in the morning so that the oxygen level increases in ur body n u'll be able to mug up more.


Focus on MECHANICS in Physics and on chemistry.


JEE 2011 will have higher proportions of the above 2 mentioned .


This yr Maths doesn't need any xtra practice.


 


Regards,


Shashank Shekhar


IIT Roorkee.

4 years ago

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