Thursday, 12 December 2013

Blog feedback/suggestions

Here in this post, I am not going to give you any tips/advice.
It's your turn now guys to give me tips/advice.
Post all your suggestions-what other types of posts do you want? Any specific suggestions are welcome. Post your suggestions in comments and I will soon write on it.
You might also like to suggest multiple topics. Feel free to interact.
Also post your feedback about this blog-how did you find it? How much did it help you in your academics? How can I improve myself? Is my writing style appropriate?
It's important for me to know your suggestions so that I can serve you better.
Any criticism is also welcome.
These days I am a bit busy(enjoying my vacations with my near and dear ones), so I am aware that I was not able to reply to your queries. Soon I'll be free again.
Thanks

160 comments:

  1. U r going great wid ur blog bhaiyya!! Ur replies to my queries really helps me a lot to come out of the problems i face as a JEE aspirant...ur writing style is appropriate..

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  2. hi aman ur bolgs were awesme it really loved them..
    i am little confusion these days , i am an iit 2014 aspirant. my problem is that i am not getting good score in my exam though i had know all the concepts even though i wont be able to do question there..
    cn u pls tell me what shud i do know to increase my score amd to get rid of this confusion...
    thnx..

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    1. You are facing this problem because you don't practice questions at home.
      This is a common problem faced by many aspirants and a simple explanation is that you don't practice the required number of problems.
      You will have to cover a variety of questions of different types during your problem solving session.
      Solving a handful of problems won't help

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  3. Hey I know u being an iitian urself will be a better guide to non med students, but do u hv any advice for medical aspirants? I read ur posts and was quite impressed. I will surely suggest this to my friendz.

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    1. Thanks a lot.
      I am extremely sorry for not being able to help the medical students in any way.
      Engineering and medical are two different aspects but because physics and chemistry portion is common, you might see them but for biology- I can't help you. I have little idea of that.
      In general, you might adopt the strategy of studying as I Have mentioned here.

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  4. hello aman, ur blogs are really very helpful.
    But u haven't written anything about Physical chemistry. please write something about it so that ur blog becomes a complete pack of guidance and motivation for JEE aspirants.

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  5. Aman bhaiya my friend used to boast about his friend in IIT but now I boast that I have a mentor in IIT Bombay air 33 pls dedicate a post to how u studied physical chemistry

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  6. Since you guys are demanding for a physical chemistry post, I'll soon write one but you'll have to wait for another couple of weeks.
    Thanks for your feedback and suggestions

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  7. Please also write about how you utilized the video lectures of kaysons education

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  8. bhaiyya how did u study qualitative analysis???

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  9. ok give me some time. i'll write on how to study qualitative analysis soon

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  10. wat would be the best revision package

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  11. for those who aim for a 2 digit rank - FIITJEE GMP is the best revision package.
    for those who aim for a 3 or 4 digit rank - Resonance Rank booster is the best choice

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  13. In ur opinion what matters more:- Hardwork ,intelligence or luck..??Can u relate these 3 factors with ur success??

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    1. Stop wasting time in such questions and utilize it in practicing problems and learning concepts and don't bother about anything else. You will definitely be rewarded if you follow this.

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    2. Ya..u r saying 100% right...3rd newspaper clipping is really good in ur 'result day' post..

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  14. Ur blog is really good...If u dont mind,can u provide reviews/experiences of any of the girls(in top 50)from ur batch.??

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    1. Extremely sorry but I don't think anyone would be ready(You know "IIT girl"). Let me see if it is possible.

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    2. No problem...but do give it a try.I tried to contact Aditi Laddha but she does'nt reply..

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  15. Also please write something on final 3 months strategy for mains and then what to do in next 2 months for advance
    I would be obliged

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  16. how to optimise time between jee main and jee advance+ is it required to give any time to jee main if yes what should we do again read ncert or do papers(1-1.5 week would be sufficient to get 300+ in jee main if jee advance preparartion is thorough ) +also tell the approx weightage of topic which are in jee main and not in jee advance.

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  17. hi aman...many people emphasis the fact..including my teachers..that i should sleep less and study more...i mean..they say that one must not sleep for more than 5 hours.bt when i try that.i feel drowsy and more distracted.so...thus sleeping less to study more really benefit??

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    1. I never remember having a book in my hand after 8 o'clock.
      Seeing my friends studying late Night, I also tried it but failed. My brain never worked in night. I slept for 9 hours(night 10 to morning 7) and my parents made sure that I got proper sleep(keep in mind I didn't haven't attend school).
      So if you can't concentrate then avoid night studying.
      It's better to study for 1 hour with 100 percent concentration rather than studying for 10 hours with 50 percent concentration.
      Remember believe in quality study rather than quantity study

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  18. please write on qualitative analysis soon...

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  19. hey aman..do write an article on algebra and conic sections..it will be very helpful..thnxx!!

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  20. Give me some time guys.
    Thanks and sorry for delay

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  21. Hi AMAN,
    Happy new year.

    I request you to write an article on calculus for iitjee.

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  22. Please suggest the best one between FIITJEE GMP and BANSAL MPP.....my email id is soham26@in.com
    P.S-it would be very kind of u...if u mail me the suggestion ASAP......

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    1. i have no idea of the Bansal material

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  25. Bhaiyya can u plz tell which dummy school u joined in kanpur.

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  26. Hey Aman!
    I just scrolled through your blog and found many people asking for an advice related to a particular subject or an examination .Wouldn't it be better if you create separate pages for each subject and exam so that they find it easy to ask questions on the relevant page.
    The decision is upon you as the blog is yours!
    Best Of Luck for your blog.

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    1. Thanks for the suggestion. I'll implement it as soon as possible

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  27. hey aman..u have highly emphasised the fact that quality of studies is preferable over quantity..thus that also mean that it is better to research and examine concepts in 10 good questions after solving them rather than jus solving 20-30 moderate questions only for sake of solving??I mean to ask..whats better..spending lots of time in difficult questions figuring out new concepts and results..or just solving more and more package, etc. problems..??

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    1. both are equally important.
      In the initial stage of preparation, you should focus on those "10 good questions as you mentioned"
      Then when the concepts are developed, the next task is to develop speed so those "20-30 moderate questions" will help

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  28. Hi AMAN,

    i request you to write a page about what was your routine in the last few months during board exams and iitjee preparation. Please mention points like strategy, study material, daily routine you followed. Also mention how u managed for boards and jee, time allotted for individual preparation of both.
    These are just some points that we would like to see in ur reply. Rest is up to you.

    Thanks.

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  29. As resonance test series is not available in my area can you comment on if Aakash Test Series is a good option for a 3 digit rank?

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  30. please aman..do write an article on backlogs..did u have them..and how u managed them!!

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    1. Are you serious ? the term backlogs is used in colleges, not in schools

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  31. Hey Aman please write a blog on how you managed your time during the last month before board exams ( i mean how you divided it b/w boards and iit jee) .

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  32. Hi AMAN,

    I request you to write an article on how did u cover class11th syllabus along with class 12th study. this is just one aspect of the preparation that u did. It would be highly appreciated by us if u mention ur month wise strategies u followed in class12th?
    This is just what we would like to see in ur post. Rest all depends upon u.

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  33. Hi AMAN,

    I think the time when a JEE aspirant gives up everything FOR just iitjee is when he comes to class 12TH. Please mention some important points in ur article about how to prepare our strategy separately for the 3 subjects in class 12th for iitjee?

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  34. Hey Aman....
    U r doing great....keep up ur noble work...
    P.S:-WE ARE EAGERLY WAITING FOR UR POST ON THE "THE-DAY"
    THANKS IN ADVANCE.....

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  35. Sure, I will soon write the articles demanded by you all

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  36. Please write on the transition time b/w 10th & 11th

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  37. hey buddy...i guess other followers will agree with me...as u have written posts on induviual topics like physical-inorganic-organic in chemistry....calculus-algebra etc in maths....so like that also...posts on
    1)The entire Electricity and Modern Physics of 12th.....Heat and Thermodynamics from 11th...
    2)Vectors and 3-D Geometry for Mathematics...
    I hope others agree with me.....and THANKS TO U IN ADVANCE.....

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    1. Well I completely agree with you. It will be a good idea to write on these topics as well.
      Give me some time for it

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  38. A Post on "Exam Temperament" would be of great help now that the D-Day is getting closer for 2014 aspirants. Please mention tips to counter panic state and solve as many questions one can(You know it the best since you gave 2013 JEE). :D

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    1. That post will be on blog around 20 days before JEE main.
      It will be useless now because I want you all to rather focus on your board exams at this stage

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  39. Hey,write about Permutations and combinations... this is one hell of a topic.How did u manage the multinomial theorem.? and were there any significant no. of ques frm this topic in jee 2013…?

    Also,some off the subject topics could be -- ur first reaction on reaching iit bombay,ur initial thoughts/feelings about the institute--the classes,people,infra etc.
    And don't forget about the d-day.. though i would suggest writing about jee main d-day before the advanced d-day...

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    1. Ya it was a difficult chapter for me too. This was the chapter wherein I was the weakest. Currently I don't remember any question from this chapter in JEE. But, you are going to need it in "probability"
      Probability is nothing but permutations and combinations only.

      Ya for that, I'll write it.
      D-day post will be there. Just read the comment above your comment

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  40. do write on the topic "how to prepare between the time period after the board exam and before JEE main"
    we would get a time of about 12 - 13 days after board exam to prepare for JEE main

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  41. Please post JEE Mains post.. After Boards preparation strategy..

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  42. Do you know people who didn't go to coaching and are extremely good at the iit. I don't go to a coaching and my friends are quite demoralizing . If you tell a few my confidence would surely improve .

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    1. if you say "my friends are quite demoralizing", then my first statement is that they are not your friends.
      That's all I can say.
      Shut your ears and show them your talent.
      Something similar happened to me. Let me describe it here.
      In class 11th, I initially continued with my old school (in which I studied till class 10h). I had joined FIITJEE. Most (infact all) of my classmates had joined a local coaching which is very famous in Kanpur. FIITJEE was recently established and there was a little hope that it had good faculties.
      Those guys(the classmates at school) made fun of me. When I used to ask some silly question in the class, they used to say "this is what they teach you at FIITJEE". At that time I kept my ears shut.
      Later on(after about spending 2 months in class 11th in that school), when it was difficult for me to manage school and JEE preparation, I decided to leave my school. I joined a dummy school and prepared whole heartedly for the exam.
      End result :
      Me : AIR 33 in JEE 2013
      They : Repeating in FIITJEE. Some of them even called me up and asked - "If I join FIITJEE and prepare for JEE 2014, will I crack IIT in 1 year ?".
      I hope that helps you.
      Remember : Keep your ears shut. People who demoralize/demotivate you are not your friends

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    2. Hi AMAN,

      What were those factors which made u change ur school to dummy school?
      Did u face problem in managing both the school and jee preparation.
      Kindly elaborate by telling about the problems u faced?

      SINCE, FIITJEE KANPUR CENTER DIDN'T HAVE GOOD FACULTY HOW DID U MANAGE TO GET SUCH A GOOD RANK?
      DID U GET SUPPORT FROM FIITJEE SOUTH DELHI CENTER?

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    3. Yes! I faced a lot of problems in school. Biggest problem is "English". English in ICSE Board is extremely tough. There are 15 (so called) short stories which are actually long and there are 15 poems (again too long) and a 200 page book on shakespeare. I hated this thing and it was like a burden on my shoulders which I didn't want to bear. So I decided to switch to a CBSE school and since I had to leave school, I decided to join a dummy school so that I am completely free to prepare for JEE without any distractions from school's side.

      Yes it's true that FIITJEE Kanpur centre doesn't have "really" good faculty. But, I had a dream - a dream of studying in the top institute. I always told myself - "I will choose my college and branch and not the other way". During the beginning of class 11th, I was strongly motivated to get an under 100 rank in JEE. I was even more motivated to work harder when I started getting good rank in FIITJEE's all india phase tests and in the open test (where I got a percentile of 99.8 and the guy in the second position in FIITJEE Kanpur was 100 marks behind me in a 480 marks paper).
      Finally when I realized that I haven't got that good teachers and mentors - I decided to take on the load to myself and I accepted the fact that JEE is to be cracked with self study.
      Soon when I was in class 12th, my batch was changed and so the physics teacher was also changed. He changed my perception about JEE. He worked extremely hard for my Rank. He was strongly dedicated to our batch and hence the result - 6 ranks under 1000 with an under 50 rank (+ IIT Kanpur Zone topper).
      Considering that it's been only 3 years since the centre was established, it is a really good result (Don't compare the result with Kota because the coachings there are really old and developed).

      No, I didn't get any academic support from South delhi centre.
      Although I remained in contact with one of the teachers of Punjabi Bagh centre (delhi) but that was only to address him the issues that I was facing in Kanpur Centre.

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  43. Hey buddy...uum...u said that we should give more attention to important chapters...since u r experienced can u put up a list of important chapters in PCM for JEE(from any reliable sources u knw/googling them)...like in the order of most important chapters followed by important ones....then less important ones....?can you do that?

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  45. Hi AMAN,

    I have mailed regarding class 11th at amangoel.vsec@gmail.com.
    I know that due to ur busy schedule u might not be able to attend all the mails but kindly reply to my mail
    OR, sent me my post back because now i don't have the written content that i had sent u.

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  47. PLEASE give a post on ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM.... plzz...!!

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  48. Kudos to you Aman...

    It is really a selfless & patient effort to help and answer all the queries of Jee aspirants.

    Especially to find time in a hectic schedule at IIT B, is really a marvellous task.

    I found your blog giving more Technical Advice rather than IITJEE 2012 AIR1 's book. Also the posts on IIT B has reoriented me to get into that prestigious institute. It is a real boon for such aspirants as it gives many timely advices.

    Thanks Aman, pl keep the good work going!!




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  49. c'mon dude... right a post... people r waiting..!!

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    1. Well I guess people aren't waiting. A majority of people are giving their board exams

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    2. wright*.
      why?11th stndrd ppl also follow this blog. :).
      u can write a general post about a subject topic.

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    3. All right!
      Give me a week at least.
      I am a bit busy (exams etc)

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  50. ohk thanks
    ..anyway... gr8 blog sir..!!

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    1. Well why do you people call me sir ?
      I am also a student just like you.
      Calling just Aman will do.

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  51. hey,did u write upsee(uptu)...? what was your rank in it if u did.? and did u top the UP state
    in jee adv?

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    1. No, I did not write UPTU
      Yes I topped UP state.

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    1. sure.
      And thanks for giving me a pre-set format

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  53. Bhaiya
    If Im getting a rank near 500 to 700 in the aits fiitjee, where not everybody is giving the test, is it possible to boost my rank to top 500 in the jee advanced in the two month gap? Pl write a post on the two month gap soon. Also, if possible pl write your routine in those months, which'll elp us in having a reference. thanks!

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    1. I appreciate your efforts and thanks for reminding me.
      But I want to write this post after JEE main. I won't post anything until 5th April because I don't want JEE 2014 people to read the blog - because they will probably waste time in reading the new posts.
      I want them to focus solely on JEE main preparation

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    2. Hi AMAN,

      1. Can u please advice me on how to plan my summer breaks for class 12th?
      Do JEE RANKER like u finish their NCERT BOOKS in summer breaks.
      Please explain by giving an example of ur schedule during the vacations?

      2. Do we have to revise topics like QUADRATIC EQUATIONS, TRIGONOMETRY etc for CALCULUS in Class 12th? How did u master ur CALCULUS part in 12th? Did u solve all the problems of Amit Agarwal's book on CALCULUS?

      Thanks.

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    3. Please wait for a post. I will try to answer all the queries in a post that will focus on class 11th revision and how to go about in class 12th.

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  55. HI aman,
    All your posts are good... please create a post on how to prepare for JEE in a year??

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  56. I suggest you to add Disqus and AddThis to your site.
    Disqus will enable you to keep the track of comments on all the pages of your site and hence you will not have to go to each page and check if there is any new comment.Moreover it allows to backup all previous comments too and also allows comments via Facebook,Google+ etc. which will invite even more traffic to your blog. But please note that while installing Disqus don't choose Blogger as your platform and instead choose Universal Code and then paste the first code which appears on the next page only into each of your post in HTML mode.
    AddThis provides easy sharing options making people easy to share any of your post. You just have to paste the code into each of your post and page. Here too don't choose Blogger as the option.
    I recommend you to together copy the codes of both of them and then paste them at the end of each page and post while editing or creating them in HTML mode.
    BEST OF LUCK

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    1. Well thanks for suggestion
      I tried disqus and it was bad.
      The blog opened very slowly (even on IITB internet which is blazingly fast)

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  57. Hi Aman
    I request you to entertain conceptual doubts (at least till JEE advanced) so that students who don't go to coaching may get help. Finally the blog is your's so it's your choice
    Please reply back and make me know your decision

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  58. Well the blog is not mine
    It's "our" blog. You people have made it a success
    Any ways, I can't entertain conceptual doubts.
    You cannot expect me to remember all the JEE stuff after 1 whole year.
    Although I remember basic logical concepts but still I am not sure if I would be able to take up doubts.
    So it's better to avoid it
    Also, sometimes JEE aspirants become too much philosophical and start thinking far beyond the box :P

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    1. Hi AMAN,

      I appreciated that u posted on HOW TO REVISE 11 ALONG 12 as per my request but I could find only a few factors covered mainly the "revision part of 11th in 12th".


      Suggest by writing about the

      =how to plan summer breaks in class 12th for JEE preparation
      =How to cover calculus portion in 12th
      =how to go about in class 12th
      =most important things we should keep in mind regarding Jee preparation
      =when should we finish our syllabus
      =how to deal with 12th class syllabus
      =which subjects need more efforts
      =books to followed during revision period
      =should we devote more time to coaching or self study
      =how should we cover chapters in organic chemistry and inorganic chemistry
      =how to revise 11th physical chemistry portion
      =which books we should not follow

      I understand that its not easy to cover all the points that i have mentioned but please once again try to take a look at some of these points which are still confusing me.

      Kindly try to cover these points ur next post.
      Although we highly appreciate ur efforts in spite of your busy schedule.

      Thanks.

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    2. well I have end semester exams till 25th of april so I don't think I can write this much before 25th
      I will consider your request after 25th

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  59. Its really boring to read the theory portions again and again specifically in maths.Can you please post some of your own notes which you made during your JEE preparation(especially of class 12th) which will help us to get an idea of making precise and organised notes....

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    1. Notes should be prepared by self...believe in yourself..you will yourself prepare best notes for u

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  60. What are your suggestions on D-day...??? I mean, how did you tackle the paper from the beginning to the end..?? I think this is a vital aspect, as I have seen seniors who had prepared for JEE very well, but underperformed due to the lack of an effective strategy during the exam hours... What are your suggestions on this...?? I hope that you write a post on this...

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  61. Hey aman..i think u should develope the mobile site of ur blog since sometimes it doesnt switch pages.....

    and about finding ur blog..i got to know about it while searching abt internet @iitb ..

    and one more thing...the quality of blog is awesome..keep it up...

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  62. Hey aman please write about what topics u were initially weak at during ur preparation and how did u counter them..

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  63. Hey Aman here in my query i want to change my attitude towards jee advance and FIITJEE AITS (jee advance) (i couldn't find a relevant place to post this query so I am posting it here)
    first i will let you know my attitude then if correction is required you post your own attitude
    FIITJEE AITS (jee advance)
    I see it as an exam where even the top rankers get near about 200. If i manage to get 8 questions of each subject correct (8*4 = 32 marks) then i may easily score 32 * 3 = 96 per subject (note that it is only for paper 1) and same goes with paper 2
    then my grand total would be 192 (very close to topper's score)
    JEE ADVANCE
    Here i feel that in maths they may ask anything especially algebra (which i fear the most here any property or inequalities can be used). I also feel that in jee advance if our start for solving the paper is not good then we may end up ruining the paper. In physics i really scare the comprehension based questions and in chemistry the inorganic chemistry scares me
    so please if any correction for my attitude towards these two exams is required than suggest me

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    1. Sorry for interrupting... The strategy you have described, will first seem very tempting... But in the end, it ends up ruining you... I'm writing this because I had followed the same strategy and ended up nowhere...
      You have said, that "if i manage to get....", there remains an "if" in your question, you are not sure(not even the toppers are sure), that you will score your desired marks... It may happen that a paper comes extremely tough (for e.g. JEE 2013 maths P-1), you may not end up scoring the desired marks... Lets assume you want 270/360 in JEE(that also matters acc to paper difficulty), which gives you 90/subject... so you have to score 45/60 in each paper's each subject... The thing is you may score 60/60 in one paper(2013 physics), and maybe 20/60 in another.... Maybe the average marks remain same, but what if it doesn't..??
      The real thing is in the exam hall you have to solve the paper freely, without expectations... Thats when you'll score up to your standards... Believe me, your strategy will take you nowhere, as it did to me...

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    2. Well, FIITJEE aits is not IIT JEE.
      This is all I have to say

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    3. @pratyana your suggestion was very helpful especially the third last line
      "The real thing is in the exam hall you have to solve the paper freely, without expectations" I realize my mistake

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  64. Hi Bhaiya,
    A post on Electrostatics Plz

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  65. Please Aman reply to this as early as possible ......please write about EXAM TEMPERAMENT ...as i am not able to perform well in exam but when i come home and solve the paper i get almost all questions done...wat to do abt this..i couldnt find any relevant article on the blog...

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  66. Hi AMAN,

    I appreciated that u posted on HOW TO REVISE 11 ALONG 12 as per my request but I could find only a few factors covered mainly the "revision part of 11th in 12th".


    Suggest by writing about the

    =how to plan summer breaks in class 12th for JEE preparation
    =How to cover calculus portion in 12th
    =how to go about in class 12th
    =most important things we should keep in mind regarding Jee preparation
    =when should we finish our syllabus
    =how to deal with 12th class syllabus
    =which subjects need more efforts
    =books to followed during revision period
    =should we devote more time to coaching or self study
    =how should we cover chapters in organic chemistry and inorganic chemistry
    =how to revise 11th physical chemistry portion
    =which books we should not follow

    I understand that its not easy to cover all the points that i have mentioned but please once again try to take a look at some of these points which are still confusing me.

    Kindly try to cover these points ur next post.
    Although we highly appreciate ur efforts in spite of your busy schedule.

    Thanks.

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  67. Hey Aman ..my Sir has given me a lot of assignments which contain atleast 200q"s on each topic...and also a lot of test papers..so wat do u think ...Should I do them while revision or not??

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  68. Please keep posting about your iit life .
    It inspires all..

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  69. A post on electrodynamics please....

    Tks

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  70. hi bro! i want to know your opinion about fiitjee Kanpur center.i know self study is all that matters but getting a good coaching is also essential.especially when you have just one year to prepare.it guides you to the right path and shows the right direction.so i want to know the pros and cons of joining fiitjee. what will u say about study material and faculties.how much they helped you? plz elaborate.how about joining fiitjee Delhi center. which one to join?plz reply very soon.

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    1. Well almost all the teachers who had taught me have left fiitjee kanpur centre
      So I don't know anything about it

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  71. hi bhaiya,i m still waiting for ur reply.kindly help soon.

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  72. Hi AMAN
    I suggest you to keep these section "Blog feedback/suggestions" as a heading. I mean to say don't keep it under revision corner. Make its own heading like you did it to physics chemistry mathematics and revision corner..... because most of the student don't see these heading and give their suggestion under irrelevant places
    I hope i am clear

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    1. Well thanks for suggestion
      I too wanted to do it that way but that seemed to be distorting the shape of the blog so I avoided it.
      I'll try a new design if possible

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  73. hi bhaiya, can you tell if i get 70-75% marks in 12th ,is there any chance of getting into top 20 percentile for iitjee.

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    1. no. last year cut off was 81% I think

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  74. I am getting 2500 rank in jee adv wht should i schoose . i want ee cse mech only.should i drop

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  75. What is ur take on the NCERT exemplar problems( I dint know where to post this question....)??

    Is it a must to solve them , did u solve them??

    Pls reply....

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  76. Hi Aman, i dont know whether you'll answer it or not but i really need some advice in this. There are no coaching centres in my area, so i'm planning to buy the Kayson's Eduation package. So will that be helpful??? Can i get the same advantage as i would have had in a classroom program????? plz answer this

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  77. Hey aman ....this blog is awesome ..thanks to u and anand bhaiya (( anand bhoraskar)) ...u might be knowing him right....?.he told me about this blog..and it is amazing very useful ...just keep on guiding us ....thanks again.

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  78. hey bhaiya plzz suggest better one between Resonance Rank booster and Brilliant tutorials yg file .......

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  79. A post on test paper solving strategy would be much helpful I guess. Short tricks, tips to finish in time for multiple attempts, which subject to attempt first etc.

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    1. Nice idea!
      I will write on it soon :)

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  80. The link that you have given in the exemplar problems post directs to class 10th mathematics exemplar problems. Thought u might want to fix that.

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    1. Hello Siddhant, thanks for your feedback
      I have personally checked the links, they seem to be all correct
      Can you please check them once again ?

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  81. I really admire your answer to Anirudh Deb somewhere above in this page.
    Why don't you include your initial difficulties in the Beginning of my JEE Preparation... post?
    I think you should expand it on how you were mocked by your peers but how you struggled and beat even them!
    It would be really helpful to all such "demoralized" aspirants.
    Moreover also include how you had to finally rely on self study - that would clear once and for all that coaching is not the only solution to qualify JEE as many might think.
    Hope my feedback was useful, and of course your blog has made history!

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  82. Two suggestions more:
    1. I see you recommend TMH Mathematics to students in some comments of posts, but you have not listed such a good book in the book section. What do you think about it?
    2. Most of your posts are loaded with unnecessary comments (questions) by users, often silly and redundant. They create an unjustified impression for visitors that you don't really help students and are not regular in your replies. Of course only regular users here know about your policy of not answering such questions, but the guests don't.
    Couldn't we do something in our blog to remove sufficiently old and useless comments and put up a prominent notice to give a final word of caution to such users to avoid these piles of questions from posts? I bet that would be the greatest improvement we could have in our blog!

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    1. TMH is there in the books section, please recheck

      Comments: you people are the ones who load the blog with unnecessary comments, I cannot help it

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  83. Thanks for the post Motion in Two Dimensions It was really helpful. Please consider writing another one on rotational motion, it really "rotates" my mind! (I think I have already suggested a creative title for the blog!)

    And where can one find the list of all your Wiley Maestro blogs? Could you give links to all of them in "All Posts"? I find each one of them a great help, for example "In Mathematics for JEE how to tackle a difficult topic like Complex Numbers?" @http://jee.wileymaestro.com/Blogs/how-to-tackle-complex-numbers-in-jee.html is a simple but very useful post for beginners like me!

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  84. Your blog is very inspiring . I googled almost every blog for IIT preparation they stand nowhere.

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  85. I have a suggestion.you can create another blog for computer science engineering students for those who couldn't make it to IIT bombay. You could post your assignments,worksheets,question paper and everything you can.It would be much beneficial.

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  86. I would like to suggest you to write a post on important topics for JEE 2016....

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  87. Hi Aman I have a general coaching related doubt but could not find any particular page to post it as coaching doubts are scattered everywhere and mine has not to do with any particular subject either. Actually due to some financial problems I could not afford a classroom coaching program and also got a bit late (July) in enrolling for Resonance DLP, it seemed the best option to me after some research. I request you to give me, if you can, some practical tips and strategy to utilize my DLP 100% and perform equally well as the classroom students. I have also asked on Quora but could not send you A2A (lack of credits). I am in 11th and determined not to screw up anything. Would be greatly thankful if you provide a detailed guidance. I know this is not the appropriate place but do answer it is really important for me. Or else please tell where I could re-post it to get an answer.

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  88. A post on chapterwise analysis of modern physics and organic chemistry would be really nice.

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  89. Can you please write about examination temperment.

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  90. Get Motivated Stay Motivated Corner Required.

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  91. In which post you have written about examination temperment? I couldn't find it.

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  92. Hey Aman,

    We would really love a post on how to clear backlogs during JEE prep. Of course, backlogging in the first place is bad but sometimes we can't avoid it.

    Thanks in advance.

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  93. Need a post on modern physics....

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  95. Hey Aman and the co-authors! Earlier, the blog posts were very frequent, but the rate is declining. I understand that you guys would be occupied with your coursework and exams and stuff, but I think it would be much appreciated from the readers' side if the posts are more frequent. Sorry if you are being bothered unnecessarily or are irritated.

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  96. Hey Aman and the co-authors! Earlier, the blog posts were very frequent, but the rate is declining. I understand that you guys would be occupied with your coursework and exams and stuff, but I think it would be much appreciated from the readers' side if the posts are more frequent. Sorry if you are being bothered unnecessarily or are irritated.

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    1. Thanks for the suggestion, but our mid semester exams are starting from the coming week and so, it would be difficult for us to take out time.

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  97. Your blog is a masterpiece and it has helped me a lot. Specially in clearing the myth that reaching iitb-cse needs exceptional IQ. I share the same background as yours...initially weak and awesome at the end. Im preparing for jee 2k16. Will meet you soon at iitb!

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  98. A post on your 3rd year experience at IIT Bombay would be amazing.

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  99. Hi, I wanted to request the blog authors to write on chapters like biomolecules and polymers as well as they always have atleast one to two questions in JEE Adv.

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  100. Dearest blog authors (especially Aman Goel), I want to thank you all for the support and guidance you have given me in the past 3 years during my JEE preparation. I got an AIR of 2985 JEE 2016 and I give a large amount of credit for this to the blog. The rank is not so good and I could have done better, but I feel I got what I deserve and had this blog been non existent. I would definitely not have reached here. So thanks a lot! Keep up the good work. :)

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  101. i am presently in class X..i need some advice on how to crack the NTSE exam..i live in tamilnadu where the syllabus for NTSE(stage1) is different from CBSE syllabus..i go for FIITJEE classes and i perform above average(i get about 70%-85% marks in phase tests).

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  103. Pls write a post for class 10 students who are going to start their preparation?

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  104. Hey Aman, please can you make a post on how you studied the whole day. I mean can you write a post about how you managed to study all three subjects a day including time you spent for reading theory of the subjects + practice of problems. I think it would be better to know the scheduel of a jee advanced topper like you .its my humble request to approve my request .If you think my suggestion (or question actually) was eligible to get a reply, then plzz do give a reply.(sorry if any mistake was there above)

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  105. Bhaiya I really appreciate your work. But I faced a problem.In reply to some comments you suggested to stay far away from m s chauhan but in a post you suggested m s chauhan for those who are aspiring two digit rank.So I just want you to please clarify weather you are in favour of or against m s chauhan?

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