What to do When you are Not Able to Solve Questions in JEE Preparation?

By | October 11, 2017

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A student asked a question from past JEE aspirants  – During your JEE preparation, if you were not clear at a particular topic or if you couldn’t solve questions or problems, how did you overcome those situations?

I also had the same problem during my JEE days. So I can understand what presently you are going through.

Earlier I used to give up on questions which I was not able to solve. Seriously I was suffering a lot due to the above attitude. PLEASE DON’T DO THIS.

Coming to how to deal with the problem, I used to read the theory again and again till I get the feel of the topic and trust me if you get the feel of the topic you can do a large amount of problems without picking up pen.

Talk to your teachers and DON’T give up easily. If you are not able to solve a problem then that problem should remain in your head until you crack it. Think about it every time..!! Until you solve it.

See, JEE requires hard work and determination along with patience, self confidence and self belief during your tough times in preparation.

Read through your weaker sections and then attempt problems related to it. Don’t get demotivated at any point of time if you aren’t able to solve a problem, rather take it as a challenge and think like if you solve it you’ll be able to learn something new.

Hope this helps.

All the best..!

Nitish Gupta
IIT Madras


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What to do When you are Not Able to Solve Questions in JEE Preparation? was last modified: November 2nd, 2017 by Nitish Gupta
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