Question asked : I’m an IIT aspirant and I feel worried about the fact that – are my preparations enough to get into the IITs. What do I do to evaluate myself?
Well, the answer is pretty obvious. This is how you can evaluate your JEE preparation.
- You may join a couple of regular national level test series of good institutes.
- Try to find out the ones whose syllabus schedule synchronized according to yours, so that you can judge your level on what you have completed, not on what you are about to start.
- If there is more than, around, six months before JEE, just ensure the frequency of tests, to be like, monthly. But as the peak time approaches nearer and nearer, gradually take more and more tests. In the last month, it must be, at least, weekly, and in the last week, may be 2 or 3 tests.
- Also ensure if the level of questions and the pattern of tests you are taking resembles that of JEE. The level shouldn’t be much higher and obviously, not lower than actual JEE. You can figure out the level of your test papers if you have had seen some previous year papers and solved them.
- Try to improve your time management skills and improve upon your silly mistakes every time.
- Another important thing, which you shouldn’t miss out is solving some previous year complete papers in actual JEE like environment by yourself. Of course, do it at the end when your syllabus is complete.
The more you practice, the more you excel, because practice certainly makes a man perfect.