Wednesday, October 16, 2013

10 Tips for How to Balance between Board Exams, IIT JEE Main (and JEE Advance) and NEET Preparation

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This post will guide you how to balance between Board Exams, IIT JEE Main (and JEE Advance) and NEET. There are no of students who have mail me regarding the time management between lots entrance exams. At the same time they have to deal with their 10+2 Subjects, which is the main priority.

This is the biggest problem that have to face by Indian student. At the age of 17-18, they have to prepare for board exams, then state level engineering or medical entrance exam (MH CET or WB JEE) or Country level (I.e JEE Main) Entrance Test. So, in between all politics, students are getting crunched, badly. Anyways, whatever it is, we have to accept it, no other choice we have. 
10 Tips for How to Balance between Board Exams, IIT JEE Main (and JEE Advance) and NEET Preparation

But good news is, in next or few year, there will be no more state level entrance exams, only one exam to get admission in all engineering collages of india. But for now, here is my tips for balancing time between Board exam preparation, JEE Main Preparation and NEET preparation.

10 Tips for How to Balance between Board Exams, IIT JEE Main (and JEE Advance) and NEET Preparation

1. Just Relax, first of all belive yourself that you have learned a lot in schools and coaching. So, don't have to prepare more just to review some topics.

2. Now as i have mentioned in Study Plan for JEE Main, get all the books for each and every subject/topic that you are going to need while preparation. 

3. Make a Time Table for the days left with respect to the subjects. Spare equal amount of time for board exam preparation and for entrance exam. 

4. More days devoted to the exam which is near or going to attempt first.you have to work hard for the exam which have less no of days for preparation.

5. Follow the Study plan or make new one according to your needs and time you have. And honestly follow it. You will get success, i bat!

6. BUILD STRONG CONCEPTS and KEEP ON PRACTICING - Yes, you have to clear all concepts in each subject. Once you understand it, start practicing more and more, as much as you can to get speed and accuracy at same time.

7. Forget about Facebook - Nowadays students are more concerned about facebok addiction. In such case i would advice you to leave facebook for while, or at-lest limit it.

8. You can study and learn for whole week and for a change, you can do practice on weekends for whole day.

9. Study for 10 hours every day and that according to me will suffice for both 12th board and JEE Mains and in that 10 hours keep 7 hours for JEE Main preparation and 3 hours for 12th improvement, now that you are going for improvement you already have introduction to all topics in 11th and 12th, which should not hold you for any topic for JEE Mains.

10. But one way you could easily strike a balance is to study a topic in the morning in NCERT or any other books for 12th board and then solve problems for the same topic later for JEE Mains that should get you going on both sides, hope this helps. Same applied to NEET Students, get some book and then study for it.

These are the some of the tips that (i hope) help you to study much better way, balanced way for Board Exams, IIT JEE Main (and JEE Advance) and NEET. For any other help, do comment below, i promise to answer them all, Thank you! :)

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14 comments:

  1. Do you have some English Functional Notes for CBSE>?

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    1. Rohan, will try to provide you soon!

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  2. I have filled the form wrong but i have still not submitted the fee.I have downloaded the e-challan copy so now i am unable to edit it .
    I had to take only paper-1 but mistaking paper-2for advance i opted for both paper 1 and 2.
    I have searched the web for help but futile, even tried help line for as more as 95 times till now but it keeps busy.please help !!!
    If i cant do anything now than will the b-arch(paper 2)affect the b-tech (paper 1) or would the question paper be different as i have opted for both.Please help !!!!!!

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    1. Yes, both paper are different. Writing to JEE Main or helpline is the only help :(

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  3. Can I upload the pic of september 2013 in the mains form ?
    And thumb impression for girls should be of left hand or right hand ?
    Plz help :(

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  4. Vicky, I'm a dropper, unlike most students here.
    Reading your posts, I started looking at my 12th in retrospect. I was genuinely grateful too see that you are identifying core problems and teaching students how to correct them!
    Great job mate, this is an excellent blog.
    Keep up the good work.
    -A grateful Student.

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    1. Divij, Hey, Thank you so much, keep visiting me and share this with your friends :)

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  5. i am taking lot of time in completing one chapter ,i take 1 day for theory part and then i do questions ,i take around 5 min per ques how to increase speed of reading theory and doing questions???

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    1. Ted, you can increase your problem solving speed only by keep practicing more and more. first understand the topic, because if you do not understand the topic, you won't get confidence to solve the problem. so, keep focus on study, with full concentration and keep practicing.

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  6. Hey bro. i am so much tensed with study .Getting less than 45 % in 1,2,3 sem and final sem to go . can i get adm. in goverment collage in computers & it.i cant go to private collage due to money pro.

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    1. Prepare hard, and get good marks in entrance, thats the only way to score more.

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  7. sir,Is modern abc of chemistry is enough for jee?

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    1. Yes, more about the books you can check here.

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  8. Sir,
    I passed 12th board examination in Karnataka with Distinction(89%), but I did not qualify in JEE mains(since I did not work hard). But now I have made up my mind for preparing for advanced 2015. But is it possible to prepare for JEE advanced, and simultaneously secure a decent percentage(around 85%) in BE(Engineering)? The syllabus for BE includes PCM, Basics of all types of engineering such as mechanical, civil,computers and electrical.. Also, to some extent, there is an overlapping between the syllabi for JEE and BE(Engineering) since even BE includes PCM as the major subjects...

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