Tuesday, 26 May 2015

How to plan a schedule so that you don’t get stressed with JEE preparations?

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How to plan a schedule so that you dont get stressed with JEE preparations?

12 comments:

  1. Hey Aman,

    I saw the portion for inorganic chemistry for JEE in their official website.It includes some topics which are not there in NCERT.
    But you keep on telling that NCERT is enough.
    So should a buy an additional book to cover those extra topics mentioned in the syllabus which are not in NCERT or just stick with NCERT??

    So plz help me bhaiya and reply as soon as possible.

    Thnks in advance.

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    1. Yes, buy additional book (JD Lee)

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  2. Hello Aman bhaiya,
    Did you take any distance learning courses?
    If yes. Did it help? Did you solve each and every problem religiously?

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    1. No, I did not take any such course
      However, I solved FIITJEE RSM completely
      I also had a second hand copy of resonance material from some senior which was really useful

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  3. Hello Aman Bhaiyya,

    You know, I have to call you bhaiyya since I'm in 10th.

    I'm in class 10, and everyone around me in FIITJEE has started to prepare for IIT JEE (which we'll be taking in 2018). They are quite a bit ahead of me, and honestly, I get terrified of all that I have to study and I feel like I don't know anything compared to my peers. Can you please help me and give me some tips for preparation? I'm quite good in academics (for now) with a 10 CGPA in class 9, and I want to improve and raise myself to the JEE level. My goal is to get an AIR below 30 in the JEE Advanced.

    Thanks in advance.

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  4. Even with average speed while studying how did you manage to solve and read all these books? How did you manage to keep high productivity? I am giving JEE in 2016.
    P.S : I too attend a dummy school.

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  5. Hi Aman,
    I am preparing for JEE Advanced 2017. I have been attending one of the most renowned school of West Bengal. Now I find less time for self study nearly 5 hrs. I'm not good at time managment. So, should I leave the school and join a dummy one at my native place?

    (I'm now residing at a place about 40 km from my native place)

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  6. Hi Aman,
    I am preparing for JEE Advanced 2017. I have been attending one of the most renowned school of West Bengal. Now I find less time for self study nearly 5 hrs. I'm not good at time managment. So, should I leave the school and join a dummy one at my native place?

    (I'm now residing at a place about 40 km from my native place)

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    1. Better to use your own discretion

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  7. Dear Aman Goyal ,
    Is it to late to start preparing for Jee 2017 now .. I was in 11th class currently

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    1. Aman Goel*
      No, it is never too late

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  8. How get 300+ in jee mains and a rank under 500 in one year after class 12. I have done a two year pinnacle at fiitjee my preparation was fine till December, and then the sucking boards exams and practicals knocked and I dropped jee studies so as to prepare good for boards as a result my boards percentage is ok not very good not bad but due to loss of practice for 3 months I statrted to commit silly calculation errors and other such uneducated mistakes,I just qualified jee mains, and gave advance but I lost all my numbers due silly errors.Applying all concepts right and getting wrong answers really feels bad.Now I am going to take one year,I would be very thankful If you give honest advice regarding the same ASAP, Provided I am not in a mood to join a full time coaching institute again,just some coaching teAchers for asking questions will do better for me I guess,because I have concepts of most of the topics except four five topics, Please help me out,and I just realized that this question went way to long.
    Help ASAP with tips and necessary things I need to know !!

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