Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Activity on the blog


Hey all.
This is Karan. Guys, I know you must all be peeved at the moment with us; can't really blame you, we have been inactive for some time now. However, please understand that ALL of us authors have taken up something or the other in the summers and are very busy with it. Aman is doing an internship in the U.S, I am busy with my Department Project and an internship, and same is the case with Dhruv and Shobhna.
Also understand that at least one of us always happens to check the blog fairly regularly. It is YOUR duty to keep the blog active from your side by commenting your problems! I think between all of us, we can clear many doubts!
Aman had already written a lot before we joined him, and we have written a few articles as well. Believe it or not, there actually is a dearth of newer topics!
What I suggest is this: put your problems in the comments section. We'll try and get back to as many of you as is humanly possible. Also, if you feel that there are topics on which you need some serious help, comment those too, and we'll see whether the issue is big enough to be converted into a new article.
That's all for now. Shoot away!

41 comments:

  1. I think that the blog in itself is sufficient to guide an aspirant and there's absolutely no need of adding additional topics..... I am obligated to appreciate your efforts although I am not good enough to appreciate you people but still Thankyou for your precious time!! Thanks to all four of you and all I wish is that I get the privilege to be your junior at IIT Bombay

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  2. I think that the blog in itself is sufficient to guide an aspirant and there's absolutely no need of adding additional topics..... I am obligated to appreciate your efforts although I am not good enough to appreciate you people but still Thankyou for your precious time!! Thanks to all four of you and all I wish is that I get the privilege to be your junior at IIT Bombay

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  3. Sk goyal for math is the right book .i mean have u seen it

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    1. Yes I have seen it. It's a good book.

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  4. I need help, I am a JEE 2017 aspirant. When I solve questions, lets say from DC Pandey, I get stuck at some question, and when I move onto the next question I am not able to solve that too, when this happens multiple times. I get very irritated and depressed. What should I so that i feel a little less unhappy?
    What I generally do is pick up another subject (inorganic chem) and start memorizing but that is not quality study.
    So what activity do you suggest me to do so that I can start studying properly again in the minimum amount of time?
    Thanks,
    Paaras Bhardwaj
    Please do reply

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    1. i am also preparing for jee advanced 2017.
      firstly go through all the concepts in HC VERMA then no question in dc pandey will be stucked .

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  5. Is TMH JEE Advanced Mathematics Book only is enough for a decent score in Maths (under 1000 rank) .. If I also do Allen Material also?

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  6. Is TMH JEE Advanced Mathematics Book only is enough for a decent score in Maths (under 1000 rank) .. If I also do Allen Material also?

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    1. Should be enough, although quite a lot of it differs from person to person. If you're fairly good at maths, the combination should suffice.

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  7. Hey authors gave do you know about any fb counselling group for jee 2016(like the ones aman has shared in the past)? I want to know weather bits pilani cs or iit kanpur mathematics computing will be better

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    1. @Satyajit I am a second yearite @BITS Pilani With Computer Science as my discipline. Undoubtedly, Bits Pilani CS has got lot more to offer than IIT Kanpur Mathematics Computing( considering the fact that you would love coding and you love solving puzzles). Believe me or not, U would never regret even for a second for opting BITS over IITs. BTW kudos!!! Congratulations!!

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    2. Look up 'JEE Counselling 2016-17' on Facebook. All your doubts will be clarified there!

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  11. Hi is iisc as an institute good wrt iits

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    1. Iisc is great for basic sciences, maybe better than IITs for the same.

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    2. Iisc is great for basic sciences, maybe better than IITs for the same.

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  12. Hi Bhaiya, I am preparing for JEE 2018, so by which month should I finish my syllabus and start revision in order to get a top 100 rank?

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  15. Is sl loney enough for trigonometry

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  16. bhaiya could you tell me how to prepare for jee 2017 in 1 year if i am a dropper .
    i want to revise whole syllabus. please tell how i would have to study and making plans and schedules . reply soon

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    2. There is a post for droppers, written by Shobhna Misra on this very blog. Go through it.

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  17. How is iit roorkee polymer technology vs iisc ?



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  18. How is iit roorkee polymer technology vs iisc ?



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  19. Hey guys,
    I have a unique problem with myself.
    I don't know but when I'm in my house,I am always able to solve toughest of toughest problem.But whenever I try to solve questions in my coaching with all classmates around me,I seriously can't solve the easiest question!
    Did it happened to any of you guys and now what should be the solution to this problem.
    I am seriously depressed with this thing.Moreover how did you guys improved your exam temperament?

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  20. Hi karan bhaiyya I do self study for Jee and am successful in finishing my half course for Jee in physics and mathematics but am not able to keep up with chemistry especially organic and inorganic how should I complete my chemistry course by September?? right now I've done till metallurgy in inorganic and till alcohols and phenols in organic. I have my school exams as well between 20june-2july

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    1. Please reply I didn't mean only karan but any 4 of u

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  21. Thank you all the authors with help of your guidance I got AIR 733 in jee advance 2016

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    1. Congrats Satyajit! Really glad to hear that! :)

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  22. Hello, My name is premanshu and i have secured AIR 2212 in advanced 2016. I would be glad if u could tell me about energy engineering(dual) in iit bombay. this is relatively a newer branch , hence i wanted to get an idea about this branch. any information would be helpful. Please try to rly urgently as i have to lock my choices tomorrow. please!!!
    thank u

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    1. Share your contact details

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    3. I hope I was able to help you :)

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  24. What are your thoughts about the book named 'educative mathematics for jee' by kd joshi (he was a professor at your college IIT-B) retired in 2013.

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