Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Revision Strategy

Revision portion is very important as far as JEE preparation is concerned. Human brain is not a 64 GB memory card. You can't store everything at once especially when it comes to inorganic chemistry and practical organic chemistry.
JEE syllabus is huge and they test your memorizing power too!!
There are certain topics that are supposed to be revised frequently. You should do the same for the topics that you forget easily. For me, inorganic chemistry (especially p-block) and practical organic chemistry were such topics. Besides there were some formulae in modern physics and integration that needed a regular revision. For formulas, it is advisable to make a notebook containing all the necessary details. It helps a lot. And don't forget to revise the same on every weekend. You will realize that after say a couple of weekends, you are perfectly fine with those topics. This is the general revision strategy to be followed for entire JEE preparation.

Coming to the revision strategy after syllabus is completed. All I can say is solve solve and solve as many problems as you can from all topics. This will help you in 4 ways :



  • your speed will improve
  • your accuracy will improve
  • No need of explicit revision
  • your weak points will come ahead
now after knowing your weak areas, try to solve more and more problems from these portions.
In my case it was Permutations and Combinations, Modern Physics and Thermodynamics and of course a large portion of chemistry because I was relatively weak in that subject.
These chapters will decide your rank because these are the portions where most people are weak so if you cover these, then that would definitely give you an edge over others.
You can also go for specialized revision packages like the ones provided by FIITJEE(GMP + RTPF) or Resonance(Rank Booster).
Joining a test series helps a lot. If you are confident of getting say an under 100 rank then FIITJEE would be a good option but FIITJEE test series might prove to be a disaster because it too tough and far above JEE level. Resonance test series is a good option , although I never tried it.
Go ahead and Crack It!!!

122 comments:

  1. how did u manage to complete resonance material besides doing fiitjee material and other books u have written below in ur blog....? i'm asking because i have also joined fiitjee and a correspondnce course of vidyamandir classes and i'm not able to do them simultaneously......

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    1. As mentioned earlier, I didn't attend the school so I had plenty of time to cover a variety of material.

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    2. Can u please be a little more precise? like what order did u follow to complete - Fiitjee material, resonance material, NCERT and other extra material like jd lee, hc verma etc.......

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  2. I completed FIITJEE RSM + GMP.
    I bought Resonance material but didn't do it.
    NCERT is a must. JD Lee is no more needed as far as JEE is concerned.

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    1. I'm sorry but i'm a bit confused. Taught a topic in class, first u did fiitjee RSM, Then ncert and then extra material if u got time..r u trying to say this? and i'm sorry to say but don't u think its a bit strange that u joined a correspondence course of resonance and did not do the material......And earlier u said in ur post that u did jd lee and now u are saying that it is not needed...why so?

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    2. see i covered FIITJEE RSM around 3 months prior to jee. this was done because it was a revision strategy.
      If u r in class 11th, then just focus on books and your coaching material now.
      I didn't purchase resonance correspondence course. i just bought resonance rank booster some 15 days prior to jee. Reason - i got it (priced Rs. 1200) only at Rs.120 (90% scholarship to olympiad qualified students).
      as far as jd lee is concerned , I covered it (mainly s and p block) but it is not at all needed as far as jee is concerned. pickup any paper (past 5-6 year's) and check it. there will be hardly any question that is out of ncert.

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  3. Yes bhaiyya, i'm in class 11th...sorry but i think u r not getting my question...let me make it more clear...For eg. presently my physics sir is teaching rotational motion.So while at home what should i start with?like should i first revise the class notes, then do fiitjeee package(as sir takes doubts of the exercises the very next day) then ncert and then hc verma or in any other order? HOW DID U DO IT?

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  4. at home you should read out theory from the books that I have mentioned or from any other book with which you are comfortable in grasping the concepts. Then move on to solving simple questions , say of JEE main level / HC Verma / any other source. Then move on to fiitjee packages. You need not solve the problems given in NCERT (however there are a few really good problems in NCERT physics and you need to cover them specifically). Revision of class notes is mandatory .

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    1. thnx...and what about chemistry and maths?

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    2. Same is the strategy that you have to follow with chemistry and maths - a systematic one

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    3. i think fiitjee packages contain a lot of questions from irodov?

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  5. bhaiyya, u said jd lee is no more needed as far as JEE is concerned as in last 5-6 yr papers there is hardly any question that is out of ncert.Then which books are needed for NSEC and INCHO as they require indepth knowledge. is JD LEE not needed for olympiads?

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  6. in INCHO , there wasn't any question from inorganic chemistry (I am talking about INCHO 2013 , the last one).
    For NSEC , it was a cakewalk. There were 10 questions from biochemistry(something like inorganic) which i couldn't do , but still i cleared NSEC. No indepth knowledge is required for NSEC. And no inorganic is required for INCHO(please check other year's papers also to be on safe side)

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  7. What is actually the way of revising maths?
    1. is it to do all theory and then all questions for a chapter..
    2. or is to to do one concept at a time and den do the questions related to that concept and then move on to the other concepts?
    3. or is it something different..
    please let me know the same for physics and chemistry...
    thnxx in advance!!

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  8. bhaiyya, whats the ideal time to finish the syllabus?

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  9. @IMG : You must pick some good book say TMH that contains the summary of the chapter for revision. Go through it and then move on to next one.
    See basically there are 2 things that you need to do for revision (common for all subjects) :
    1.) read each chapter, solve problems concerning the chapter (read-solve-read-solve...)
    2.) after number 1 is done , you need to then prepare for (solve-solve-solve..) that is solving problems from all chapters because this is what you will be made to do on "the day" so better prepared with point number 2. You can try fiitjee's GMP or resonance rank booster for this (GMP is tough and contains a lot of irrelevant high level questions that are not required for jee but you must try GMP if you are confident of getting say a 3 digit rank or a 2 digit rank)

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  10. @priya : the gap between the exam day and the syllabus completion day must be no more than 2 months

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  11. I have a question on Fiitjee's AITS !!

    Is it necessary for us to know each and every concept behind every question (AITS part test+full test) along with the skill to solve that kind of tough question or is it sufficient to know the concept involved in each and every question?????

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  12. Ofcourse not. Aits is not iitjee. It the grandfather of iitjee. You need not know each and every concept.
    However discussing Aits papers and solving the questions that involve a good concept which is is syllabus is recommended

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  13. As per you views on AITS and GMP both contain some level of high difficult problems!!

    So keeping the time constraint in mind, if we were to develop a practice over the higher end problems at the final stages of our preparation, then which one will u recommend to solve so as to get the full benefit out of it????

    either GMP (or) AITS PAPER ANALYSIS ????

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  14. Gmp is nothing but a collection of past year Aits papers.
    So solving any of the 2 is equivalent

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  15. HI FRIEND... JUST WANTED TO ASK U HOW CAN I GET UNDER 100 RANK IN JEE ADVANCE 2015

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  16. Dear aditya, this blog is all about getting a rank under 50 rather than just under 100 because it describes my own experience.
    If u say "how can I get under 100 rank", then I wud say, "read my blog" :)

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  17. Is Resonance Rank Booster more relevant to students aiming at 500-1000 ranks?

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  18. Hello Aman , i am a 12th grader i am taking up the iit jee 2014 examination i request you to chalk out a short plan of studies looking at my current situation. Physics:except r.b.d and waves i have almost completed h.c verma and have done some problems in irodov , Chemistry:i have finished physical , starting carboxylic acids in organic and have very poor preparation in inorganic chemistry near nil . In maths i have pretty much completed the syllaus . Please suggest me a study plan to swiftly finish and revise things thoroughly .

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  19. As per your personal experience on iitjee preparation, which of these made you confident of solving any question on the D-day???

    1) The books which you had mentioned in your blog
    2) AITS,GMP,RTPF

    If possible,can you please explain your reply subject-wise???
    (eg. In calculus section of mathematics solving arihant helped you or the AITS,GMP,RTPF??)

    Waiting for your reply, thanks in advance !!!!

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    1. @sabhari ram:
      It was a combination of a number of factors(not just one) including not just books/packages/test series but also parental support and motivation
      I'll soon write a post on "the day" soon which I think will answer all your questions.

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  20. hi aman,i will be appearing for jee 2014 expecting a rank within top 20 as per the results of the aits.The problem that I am facing is whether I should devote time for the school preboards.there will be 2 preboards one from dec 15 to 25th dec and another from 10th jan to 20th jan.i had planned to devote time for board preparation from feb onwards.i have to cover a revision packages like resonance's rank booster,narayana's rank promoting package and some dpps which will take time till 31st jan.but these school preboards are hampering my studies.should I avoid them.i have covered ncert side by side but I need to study before these exams as I tend to forget derivations,equations

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    1. @Abhijeet:
      First of all let me tell u that Aits is not jee.
      I can bet that jee paper will be completely different from that of Aits. It won't be as rigorous as Aits and would be based on concepts( not just masonry).
      As far as your preboard problem is concerned: if ur school authorities don't create trouble for u regarding preboards then I wud suggest not appearing for both the preboards.
      Skip them because u know that u have the potential of getting a good rank in jee advanced(where board marks don't matter) and jee main rank isn't going to bother u(where board marks matter a lot).
      If your school is going to trouble u for not appearing for preboards(u shud know this thing), then appear for them.
      It doesn't matter if u fail in a subject. They will anyway have to allow u to appear for boards.
      Physics chemistry and maths aren't going to trouble u in preboards whether u study or not.
      However English will definitely trouble u.
      But keep calm and don't take preboards seriously.
      All the best for jee

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    2. which would be the best revision package. though I m not in fitjee I can arrange for gmp

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  21. @suhith rajesh : yes resonance rank booster is really good for students aiming at a 3 or 2 digit rank.

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    1. Is it ideal to solve both Rank Booster and GMP, as we may gain enough confidence for a 2 digit rank after completing Rank Booster?

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    2. well if time permits then go for it.
      but make sure that you don't run out of time.
      remember :
      too many cooks spoil the broth

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  22. @srinivas Kumar : it seems that u are going well.
    Just make sure u complete the pending chapters.
    To revise, u might like to pick up resonance rank booster or if u are capable of getting a 2 digit rank then go for fiitjee Gmp.
    Make sure u complete inorganic well(I have mentioned About inorganic in one of my posts)

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  23. Thanks , i actually have picked up this plancess course from iit b alumni will it suffice for a 3 digit rank?

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  24. it depends on how wisely you use the material

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  25. Hey Aman i,m pranjul and i.m preparing for jee advance 2015
    i want to ask u that what is the ideal time completing the full course and start with revision ??
    and i even have the rsm frm fiitjee
    should i study it now or use it for revision.
    in physics what book should i use for extensive practicing ?

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  26. I used RSM for revision (solved it completely in some 3 month time)
    time of syllabus completion varies from person to person but it shouldn't be later than february..
    for physics practice : no such ideal book exists.
    however i would suggest hc verma, irodov and dc pandey books

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    1. As far i know RSM is fiitjee's correspondence course...and u were a classroom student.???? and u used it 4 revision, then u did'nt complete fiitjee classroom study package side by side.??

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    2. yes RSM is for correspondence students but I requested my teacher to arrange for RSM and he did it.
      Ofcourse I completed the fiitjee classroom package side by side

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    4. you can contact me here :
      amangoel.vsec@gmail.com
      facebook.com/amangoel.vsec

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    6. Is there a lot of difference between RSM and fiitjee classroom package??if there is , then should i go 4 it??

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    7. no there is not much difference. However RSM contains some good problems.
      I got it for free (solve and return) so i went for it.
      However RSM doesn't give you value for money so it is NOT worth trying

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  27. Hi AMAN,

    What is the best way to revise class11th chapters along with 12th class preparation? When did you finish up with your class12th preparation?

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  28. Solving problems of class 11th syllabus is the best.
    Arrange for any good material(any question bank will do) and then solve it bit by bit daily.
    Your task is to prevent yourself from forgetting what you have already covered. Solving problems is the best way to do this.
    Revising the theory again and again might not be a good idea because you'll soon be bored and your interest in subject will be lost.
    But solving problems is interesting and will help you to develop good thinking skills, speed and accuracy.
    Remember its your smartness that how well you manage class 11th and 12th portion simultaneously!

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  29. For revision at the end of completion of sylabus, did u practice the problems u had earlier done fiitjee packages and the books u mentioned OR u picked a new book 4 solving new problems..??

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    1. Ofcourse solving same problems again doesn't make any sense.
      Pick up a new material.
      That's where fiitjee Gmp or resonance rank booster comes into play

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  30. What ranks are necessary in FIITJEE AITS, AIITS, FTRE etc. to get JEE Advanced rank within 500 if one just gives FIITJEE tests and does not attend classroom coaching?

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  31. hey aman...i'm a IITJEE aspirant....a non FIITJEE student....bt i have the 2012 version of FIITJEE IITJEE ARCHIVE.....i will appear for JEE ADVANCED in 2015....so will that 2012 version suffice???or i need the latest version possile to get the best results from it??

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    1. yeah that edition is sufficient.
      But make sure that you solve JEE 2013 problems too

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  32. hi. i have been getting a below 1000 rank in aits with very little preparation. do i have a chance to get top 500 in iit jee

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  33. Bhaiya i am almost through with physics and chemistry mains and advanced rank booster package. Ill complete it till end of feb .what i am concerned is about maths i have just completed the tmh and i have done 10 on 27 chapters of rank booster . I ma really worried will i be able to complete it till May or not . I also want to ask completing rank booster + tmh will it fetch me good marks in maths section ? I just want a 1000 rank but i have the gmp should i do that?

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    1. well you have done an awesome job.
      definitely go for GMP keeping in mind that it's above JEE level and you won't be able to do everything from it.
      Rank booster + tmh is awesome. If you are able to complete both, then JEE is yours!
      My best wishes

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  34. Bhaiya, i am a class 12th student, preparing for iit-jee at vmc.i am mostly in the top 20 percentile in our all india tests. due to my ignorant nature towards studies in class 11 i missed many chapters of chemistry and few of physics. however according to my study plan i will be through with these till mains (12/4/2014). can u suggest me some revision package or correspondence material so that i can score a rank ,around 1000, in advanced (42 days gap).pls suggest the books which are of advanced level and not beyond it as i am left with very little time.

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    1. Read the post carefully.
      I have clearly mentioned the names of revision packages and books

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  35. how mch rank should I get in aits to get under 2500 rank in jee advanced

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  36. should i go for fiitjee's gmp + rtpf or resonance rank booster or fiitjee's rsm, i am left with only 42 days after the mains.

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    1. resonance rank booster might be a good choice

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  37. My maths syllabus is almost done except conic section and revision .. In Physics syllabus is done and full revision is left .. In chemistry Physical portion and organic portion is done at once and in inorganic p block is left and of course revision is left ..
    How many days you think are sufficient to complete these things .. i had only 15 till mains..
    Also.. i had resonance Rp's which i would solve after mains ..
    How much time is needed to complete Rank booster + Refiner + Master ??

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    1. I can't predict that.
      I don't know your speed and all. You know yourself better than anyone else. It's better you decide it yourself

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  38. Bhaiyya I am taking jee 2014 and am currently revising. My performance in fiitjee aits is 80 - 90 percentile. What rank can I expect in jee? I am looking for iitm mech.

    Also suggest a book for math revision (especially conics).

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    1. I can't predict your rank in JEE.
      For revision, TMH is the best

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  39. hi aman
    i am appearing for jee 15.
    i have not taken any test series yet.if i take now will it be fine .which one should i go for .also can you mention the advantages of the test series.should i buy resonance rank boosters .

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    1. No need of test series in class 11th.
      If you really want to go for it, then Resonance test series is the best idea.
      In class 11th, you don't need Rank Booster. It's a revision package meant for those who have already completed the syllabus.

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    2. then when is the right time to start test teries. how to proceed with it.what are its advantages.

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    3. October is the best time to look for a test series.
      It has numerous advantages.

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  40. hi aman .
    actually i did not know where to post this.i wanted to ask about BITSAT.
    i will be appearing for jee 15. i saw previous years bitsat papers.i felt i could crack PCM sections but not english. how can i improve this.

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    1. Sorry, I didn't appear for BITSAT

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  41. bhaiya did you study a chapter and then made it perfect or did you study 3 - 4 chapter a day. i will be appearing for jee 15

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    1. Never study many chapters at a time
      Too many cooks spoil the broth

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  42. Can you please tell me how to revise for the last 1 month managing 12th board ( A.P. state) ????

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    1. http://amangoeliitb.blogspot.in/2014/03/the-time-that-will-matter.html

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  43. a question of strategy....!!.......

    i have resonance revision JEE ADVANCED package...!.... i first see the theory and then., move on to the questions of the package....

    90% of the sums i can do t in the first attempt..... do i need to go further to questions which i'd done earlier!!
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    or the topics should be complete for me

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    1. This is because you are moving on to solving problems without understanding the concepts properly

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    2. noo.. noo..>.!!>>... i'm saying tht...!! after i do try all questions of the package....!!

      should i move on to other questions from different books..@... or questions tht i had done earlier... like from HC VERMA and other....

      or tht topic is done??

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    3. Extremely sorry! I misread your question.
      You said - "90% of the sums i can do t in the first attempt" and I read it as "90% of the sums i can't do t in the first attempt".
      Yeah it's a good idea to revise old questions

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    1. Please don't spam the blog.
      You are supposed to post your comment only on the appropriate post.

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    2. sorry for that i will delete my comment

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  45. is the level of RESONANCE REVISION PACKAGE ABOVE THE JEE ADVANCED LEVEL....

    or
    is it to the right level of JEE.???

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  46. Aman bhaiyya,
    1) i have just completed my 11th. I am pretty confident about 90 percent of the topics covered. I have prepared ONLY FROM NCERT(i did all problems) and has revised it several times, say i have read physics text around 6 or 7 times. I have also completed my coaching material mostly. I am always getting ranks in top 10 with above 80 per cent. So, not mugging huge concept books in the first year is THAT BIG A PROBLEM? Will it affect my JEE prep. in 12th?
    2) u said u haven't attended the school so u had plenty of time to cover a variety of material. I too did the same thing in first year and my school authorities have already fired me thrice. I am school topper in PCM, score above 90% in Eng and 2nd language, but only around 75% in bio. Will this affect my mains rank?
    And also, how u managed not attending the school?

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    1. For Part 1 of you question,
      Ensure that you don't have a black cloth wrapped over your eyes.
      What I mean to say is that don't just blindly be satisfied with the fact that if you are getting good rank in your coaching then it means that you will get a similar rank in JEE.
      There are thousands of such coachings across the nation.
      So, better realize this as soon as possible.
      Secondly, Yes, not scoring good in biology will affect your rank.
      Better prepare it well

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    2. But Bhaiyya, there IS a problem.....
      I am studying in state syllabus school and we have 6 subjects out here(PCMB+ENG+2nd language).
      But, for JEE, only marks of 5 subjects is enough na? then y shd i score good in bio(i score well in eng and 2nd language)? pls help

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    3. Ask your school authorities about it.
      I really have no idea

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    4. I think they dont even know the full form of JEE............
      u shd help me out of this.
      this is how the JEE Main bulletin says:
      5 subjects to be used for normalization:
      1.Physics
      2.mathematics
      3.any one of chemistry,biology, biotechnology, and Technical Vocational subject
      4.One language
      5.Any subject other than the above 4 subjects.
      If this is the case, then what i said is possible na???
      pls help me out of this...<<i m 2015 aspirant

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  47. i want to know..!.... like .. if suppose, i'm doing a topic........ after completing tht topic, shud i move on to 34 YRS JEE PAST PAPERS.. or... should i do them after completing my entire course(i'll finish studying all the topics by october) ie... in the form of REVISION TYPE...(so as a type of self evaluation.......... keeping my level high initially)..... SINCE AFTER OCTOBER.. I WILL ONLY REVISE....................(JEE 2015)...

    and how did u handle the past papers??

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    1. After a particular chapter is done, you should definitely solve past year problems to judge yourself.
      Also, you should once again solve the past year problems after the entire course has been finished.

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  48. Your JEE MAIN score is 323/360 rite? as far as i know, sai sandeep's score is 311/360...
    I wonder what your rank was.................

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    1. JEE Main rank : 617 (after normalization)

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  49. i want to know..!... ur entire day plan..!>... espicially at the beginning of class 12...!!
    IN GENERAL
    like .." i get up at.. /. i study for..../..// then... etc.."...! ".....

    #just wanna relate

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    1. http://amangoeliitb.blogspot.in/2014/03/to-be-winner-start-early-post-for-those.html
      Read this
      Scroll down and somewhere I have mentioned it

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  50. I am a JEE 2015 aspirant..I need some advice regarding FIITJEE AITS
    i didn't joined aiits in class XI as i had heard that it is very TOUGH, and it happens that the syllabus for aits does not corresponds to the topics taught in our coaching.
    I am looking forward for AITS in class XII because my 90% course of JEE has been completed (except chem).
    But I am in a dilemma as i get two conflicting thoughts:
    1 " I should skip it, as it is very tough, and i would have to waste my every sat-sun from NOV to may..moreover the centre is also a little bit distant..I will get the aits papers from friends and i can practise them at my home when i get time by my convenience...so i should not join it."
    2. " i have prepared well and it may not be much difficult for me, as it is rumored,,, and it is necessary to give regular tests to assess my performance. I may ruin my JEE because of no beforehand assessment of my preparation. Giving tests at home wont serve the purpose.."

    Please suggest me what to do, and tell me if i am wrong in my opinions..

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    1. Whatever is your level of preparation, FIITJEE AITS will anyway bang you
      This is all I can say

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  51. can 2 months be enough to revise the entire 2 year course...!>.... class 11 AND 12......
    (which includes completing the class notes+ selected sums from the various books like HCV , DC PANDEY,AMIT M,etc)

    i think i'll get 2 months to revise/./
    #jee_2015

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    1. You need at least 3 months in my opinion to revise thoroughly.

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  52. Hi aman bhaiyaa.im pratyush sahoo going to class 12.i am weak at 11th maths and physics chapters such as rot.mech and my classes in school also starts within a week so wat u suggest 2 me.should i continue with the 11th chapters till my school reopens or my coaching(fiitjee weekend) classes start with 12class.or should i start reading and solving some initial chapters of class12 earlier to get a headstart in class12.wen did u started with ur 12 class chapters.pllzz guide me thru.

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    1. You won't understand class 12th chapters well unless you have completely done class 11th chapters

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  53. how to frequently revise the class 11 topics in class 12.... should i do it every week.... or should i do it after completing course... how to keep both going parallelly...,! how did u do the class 11 ones in 12??

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  54. Is there any other reshuffling test after the grand reshuffling test after phase3 exam.want to do well as i have not got the best batch this time.

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    1. Please don't spam the blog.
      No coaching specific questions would be entertained

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  55. Extremely sorry i did not knew it.

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  56. aman bhai,
    iam in 12th now ,iam now revising 11th throughly.i also have guides of both class 11 and 12 and to be frank i didnt study anything from ncert book but pretty confident with the concepts . Should i join a normal coaching centre or self study?????
    my parents say go for coaching since it help increase speed..How is dlp of resonance?
    i like it .whats ur advice. please suggest some good plans to tackle jee.
    also iam going to school and also have class on every saturdays.
    Maths is a bit touch for me.(ncert maths is ok but jee level).
    organic chemistry.iam planning to revise parallel.
    expecting a great answer.
    many would benifit with a gr8 answer from u.i will be writing iit jee 2015.
    thanking you..
    yours faithfully
    amal.s.

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  57. what is your opinion about fiitjee rtf papers.Are they like aits or different.

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  58. Aman bhaiyya,
    my 11th didnt go really good.
    i was average.and now being my 12th summer vacations i am planning to do 11th all over again.(i go to fiitjee and my packages and books like hcv are only half done)
    but fiitjee professors are telling us to revise 11th in oct-nov-dec.
    i have seen my seniors struggling during that time with pre boards and projects.
    so should i go forward with doing 11th topics again?or should i do some topics now and leave others for oct-nov?



    also i am seeing some of my classmates who also go for coaching elsewhere and are toppers even in school are finishing their 12th standard board portions in vacations saying that this will give them time to study for jee and olympiads regularly thruoghout the yr.

    now if i were to do fiitjee 12th portions as they are teaching it + 11th standard fiitjee portions + 12th school portions!!!

    i am confused on how to balance the three:-/
    could u please give me atleast a rough strategy to divide my time and cover important parts of all three simultaneously?????

    sorry about this quite long post,bhaiyya but im quite worried now as after messing my 11th(i was a topper till 10th) i want to get an under 100 rank in jee 2015 and i am ready to work really hard for it. i'm just confused on how to go about it?

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  59. bhaiyya,do try to reply as soon as possible.
    :-)

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  60. Aman bhaiya,
    i would like to ask you few questions-
    1.I am presently in 11th standard and i have joined fiitjee noida's 2 year programme. what i find is the the study material of fiitjee has very little theory in it and i would like to take a correspondence course of vmc or resonance for basically getting good concepts. Please suggest which one of these two would be better for me.
    2.Also in terms of reference books for class 11 i have pradeep in physics and chemistry. rd sharma in maths and hc verma for physics. should i buy any other reference book?(for both iit and school). i dont want to buy too many books and want to stick to few good books.

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  61. Aman bhaiya,

    i joined fiitjee recently.. teachers here are saying that we should refer only the notes and study material given by them.. and they are also saying that following books from other authors can create confusion..

    but refering notes does not help me much

    So should i refer other books such as H.C. Verma or other authors...?

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  62. sir i am std 12 student nd since only 6 mnth r left for IITJEE cud u plss give a topknotch study plant to score 200+ in Mains ... just a 6 mnth prep guide

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