In DLP (Distance Learning Program) of any coaching, JEE or NEET, you can get the coaching study material at your home but you will not attend the regular classes. Doubt removal sessions or test series may or may not be part of the DLP package. It depends on the coaching from which you are buying the DLP (correspondence course).
DLP (Correspondence Coaching) or Regular Classroom Coaching for JEE/ NEET?
Nothing better than a regular classroom coaching for JEE and NEET preparation. Attending a coaching class (offline or online) certainly has more advantages than DLP. The teachers in coaching will teach you the tricks and strategies to solve problems, rectify your mistakes and clear all your doubts. If you rely solely on DLPs, you’ll miss all these benefits of coaching classes.
Students who clear JEE and NEET often say this, “It’s my teachers who helped me in following a disciplined preparation.” You’ll miss this experience if you join the distance learning program.
When DLP is a good choice for JEE/ NEET aspirants?
- Your concepts are clear and you are very confident of your self-study to achieve the desired result.
- You don’t need teachers and mentors to clear your doubts.
- You can understand theory very well on your own, and your focus is on solving as many questions as possible.
What do you miss out on when preparing from DLP only?
- Regular classroom experience and doubt removal sessions.
- A consistent approach to preparation, constantly monitored by your teachers.
- Mentors to push you harder when you feel low and sad.
- Benefits like weekly tests, monthly tests, performance analysis, peer learning, etc.
Which Coaching has the best DLP for JEE/ NEET?
Most of the coaching institutes have almost the same type of DLPs which includes PCM booklets, DPPs and test series. Mystudycart provides the best Distance Learning Program (DLP) for JEE and NEET which includes hard copy study material, online test series and regular counselling with IIT experts.
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