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iam in a strong will to clear IIT JEE 2015....can you please suggest me some preparation tips.....

iam in a strong will to clear IIT JEE 2015....can you please suggest me some preparation tips.....
 

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Saurabh Kumar
askIITians Faculty 2411 Points
6 years ago
Preparing forIIT-JEE is surely a difficult thing but it all depends on how you manage your time. The key for this planning is to first set some long-term goals and then set up short-term goals which will help you keep track of those goals. If you find it hard to set up these goals (I did find it hard as most of us don’t have any idea of the topics) then do the planning later on, when you believe you have a fair enough idea of the topics and their difficulty. Now, after all this planning you should start with your preparation. During the prep time, focus only on your studies.

Some problems that most of us face during prep time:

You may find things boring and would start to lose interest in the topic, but remember these topics will fetch you marks in the JEE exam. Take help of your friends who are good at that topic. After all, you have to study those topics.
Some of us are good in some subjects and bad in others, like I was weak in maths during the initial months of 11th class. We all have to work on those subjects and strengthen them. I was helped by my friends and most of all my maths teacher Mr. Choudhary. By the time of our JEE exams it had become one of my strongest topics. Similarly you should also find mentors and a teacher cum guide who will help you out during your preparation.
Do take out time for your hobbies as they act as a source of recreation for you.

Some books I would suggest you refer to (Again, you don’t need to read them all but one or two as you see fit. But, whatever book you choose at least read that book completely. Discuss this with you online tutor on Spanedea too:

All your NCERT books (Remember, these books help develop your basics and build a strong foundation.)
H C Verma (Physics, Two Volumes) and Arihant Publication series or IRODOV level
S N Sanyal (Organic Chemistry, All the important chemical reactions and their mechanisms are consolidated in this book)
For Maths you can buy books by Arihant Publishers (these books are for your practice)...\

Good Luck..........................
Shobhit Varshney IIT Roorkee
askIITians Faculty 33 Points
6 years ago
Hi,

The best thing is to make a study schedule and follow it strictly. Keep a balance between theory and numericals and follow good books instead of completing many books.

thanks …..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

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