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Tips for How to Crack IIT JEE Advanced Without Coaching Institute

Posted By Admin on October 16, 2018

 

Although it is recommended that you should join coaching institutes, as they guide you throughout your journey. They plan! They test you! They tell you where you stand and how hard you need to work. However, if you do all these parts with enthusiasm during the course of your preparation, surely you will be successful in cracking IIT-JEE even if you have not joined coaching classes. You can get the study material for JEE from internet, any shop or any person who had prepared for JEE. You can always refer to books to cover the role of a teacher.

Following are the tips for students to crack IIT-JEE Advanced Without going to coaching institute:

 

1. Formulate Strategy for JEE Advanced

 

Go through the detailed syllabus, pattern, model papers, nature of questions etc. and work out the plan how you will proceed. It will be better if you distribute the JEE syllabus according to the syllabus of board. Plan and formulate a preparation strategy based on your strengths and weaknesses, decide your number of study hours. Understand syllabus, pattern, model papers, number of aspirants/colleges, nature of questions etc.

JEE Advanced Syllabus

 

2. Balance Boards and JEE preparation

 

It is necessary because you will have to score at least 75% in boards also to be eligible for JEE Advanced. What a lot of JEE aspirants tend to do is that they overlook their preparation for the Boards exams. However, as suggested by experts and toppers, Boards are crucial for building your conceptual base. Thus, always balance your preparation for the Boards and JEE exam.

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3. Important Topics for JEE Advanced

 

Find out important topics for IIT JEE Advanced on which you need to spend more time. You can use your contacts or social networking sites (we are also here to help you).

 

4. In Depth Knowledge for JEE Advanced

 

Cracking JEE Advanced require detailed study of any concept or topic. Solve as many questions as you can related to that topic. Use the internet to your advantage and improve your understanding of the topic. Try mastering the concept thoroughly by solving quality questions (previous years problems are the best). But it isn’t really necessary you learn the same way as others do, so experiments, and you will eventually develop your own learning technique for JEE Advanced.

 

5. Habit of 2-3 Hours Continuous Study

 

Try to sit for 2 hours straight and on holidays make it 3 hours per sitting. It should 4-6 PM and 7-9 PM for school days and 8-11 AM and 2-5 PM and then additional 2 hours of revision. Sit for 2-3 hours of study even if it is hot/cold without any comfort. During the study period, get up after every hour only for drinking water, going to washroom or just relax for five minutes on your study chair. It will help you develop sitting habit of 2-3 hours. Your total study period on regular school days should be 4-5 hours and 8-9 hours on holidays.

 

6. Practice Quality Questions

 

Practice is vital to success in any competition including JEE Advanced. Practise past years' papers to get an idea about question framing, difficulty levels, JEE Advanced exam pattern and time distribution. Additionally, join online test series to understand the various nuances of the computer-based test. It will help brush off the nervousness, in case you're appearing for the JEE test for the first time. Take JEE level tests on a regular basis. It will test your understanding about the topic.

 

7. Analyse Your Mistakes

 

Analysis of you mistakes during the JEE Advanced Practice Tests is must. Do it from the very first test. It is very helpful because it will give you detailed information about your preparedness, your weaknesses and strength. You can minimise your mistakes only if you remember what mistakes are you making.

How to Do Self Analysis

 

8. Regular Revision

 

Allot plenty of time for revision. All exam toppers and experts suggest aspirants to allot at least 2 months exclusively for revision. Regularly revise the topics you have prepared till date. This will help you retain all that you've learned all this while, for the final test day, and will also help calm your nerves. Tests are the best way for final revision as they will cover the whole topic and you will also have an exam like atmosphere.

 

9. Clear your doubts

 

Clearing doubts is very important for cracking any competitive exam. You can join Moducation or other such online education portals. They help you manage your schedule with a range of questions, test series, video lectures and a good doubts asking platform.

 

Finally, I will suggest you to work hard, then work harder and smarter. Be consistent, determined and self-motivated by reminding yourself the goal you are studying for. Believe in yourself.

 

ALL THE BEST!

 

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