how to prepare is for aieee

how to prepare is for aieee


2 Answers

suryakanth AskiitiansExpert-IITB
105 Points
12 years ago

Dear yash,

Preaparation for AIEEE is easy than preparing for JEE.First complete reading the NCERT text books be through with them.solve each and every problems from all the NCERT books.Then start doing the test series , like last 10 years AIEE papers.Time is important for AIEEE so tyr to learn various shortcuts in physics and specially in "maths'.Make maths your strong point if you can score more in maths its always a plus point in increasing your rank.

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Suryakanth –IITB

879 Points
12 years ago

Dear yash,

1.AIEEE is not difficult. However, its questions do have a need of being tackled with different tactics and perspectives.

2. Focus on solving the problems on your own, while preparing for the exam. Here is a step-by-step guide outlining the ideal process for solving a problem:

1. Try conventional methods first.
2. If they don’t work out, try to understand the problem again and find clues that can lead you to solution.
3. Go through the concepts related to the problem once again and see how they can be applied to the problem in hand.
4. Try to relate the problem to real-life situations. It will help you to analyze it better.
5. Consult the solution, only when you have exhausted your limits. See, what you had missed earlier.
6. Practice similar problems.
7. Devise your own shortcuts and ways to tackle particular kind of problems.

In AIEEE, both speed and strike rate matter. You need to be quick and accurate to achieve high scores. High speed with less accuracy can actually ruin your results.




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