In 2016, many IITians and students from other prestigious institutes shared tips and advice for JEE and NEET aspirants.
Here we are sharing some of the key tips from the students who cleared IIT JEE, now helping and mentoring future aspirants through Mystudycart platform.
You’ll inevitably collect a lot of doubts while solving problems. Never be shy. Ask your teachers at coaching to resolve your doubts. Make a ‘doubt copy’. Collect all doubts in it along with their solutions. You can use this to revise before JEE. Never ever let your doubts be unresolved.
Sittun Swayam (IIT Kharagpur)
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After Solving a Question One should start evaluating himself in terms of Speed, Line of thought (thought process) and Accuracy.
Anmol Thakkar (IIT Kharagpur)
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There is no ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ choice. Your actions afterwards prove the decision was right or wrong. Act wisely and you can make every decision of your life to be ‘right’.
Sourav Ravish (IIT-BHU)
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There will be times when you would find it difficult to understand and manage things. Do not give up. That is the point where many aspirants give up and finally fail. Keep putting your best, even if you feel like you aren’t getting any output. Remember, hard work forever pays.
Ayush Saxena (IIT Patna)
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Self motivation is very important. You will have to realise the value of what you’re doing, you will have to be very ambitious.
A Amrith Rangan (IIT Madras)
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It is important that your basics of almost all the topics are clear and that you can tackle easy or moderate level problems in those topics, because sometimes easier questions may come from the topics which you didn’t prepare that well.
Anuraag Bhattacharya (IIT Kharagpur)
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A question does not end with just getting the right answer. Instead, after getting the correct answer, you should ponder over how else you could have solved that problem.
Anshul Srivastava (IIIT Allahabad)
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You should never ‘measure’ the number of hours you study. What matters more is that you should study with full concentration whenever you study. Or in other words you should know when NOT to study.
Mohit Bhatt (IIT Roorkee)
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If you consistently work hard, I don’t think anything should stop you from doing anything, because it’s not something extraordinary you need to do, but you need to do the ordinary “consistently” to achieve something extraordinary.
Akshat Bhardwaj (IIT Roorkee)
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The best way to master physics is by solving your institutes material because they provide you with compact package of high quality questions.
Saurav Tiwary (IIT Patna)
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Make a notebook containing your mistakes. Whenever you make any mistake in mock test or forget a concept or formula etc. note it down in this notebook. As time passes you’ll have a collection of mistakes which you aren’t supposed to commit in exams. Revise from this copy regularly. This would help you score higher.
Ashesh Pradhan (IIT Kharagpur)
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We like to thanks all our authors for providing valuable tips and advice to students preparing for competitive exams like JEE and Medical.
We will continue to publish more useful posts for our readers (aspiring students) in 2017, which would be helpful in the preparation of your target examinations.
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