You can prepare for IIT-JEE anytime. The earlier you start, better it would be. [Advantages of starting early for JEE]
From Which Class to Study for IIT-JEE?
IIT-JEE Preparation in Class 8th, 9th and 10th
Starting IIT-JEE preparation early like in 8th, 9th or 10th class doesn’t mean you have to study JEE level concepts and topics. It’s more about learning time management, discipline, following a routine, and clearing basic concepts well. If you join a foundation course for JEE, then you don’t have to think too much, just follow the classes and keep doing homework / assignments on time.
IIT-JEE Preparation in Class 11th
A disciplined preparation as per JEE syllabus is ideal at the start of class 11. Be regular with your study schedule and JEE classes. In class 11th, understand all the topics and concepts well because in 12th class you will find use of most of the topics of 11th class.
Benefits of Starting IIT-JEE Preparation From Class 11 : Longer consistent practice, no backlogs, no hustling of completing the syllabus, enough time to solve more problems, better well maintained notes which will be good for revision.
It’s good to join coaching in 11th class to clear IIT JEE. When we enter class 11 their is a huge gap between the level of class 10 and class 11 which has to be filled. Students who join a coaching get good help from teachers and as a result it becomes slightly easier for them to crack JEE.
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IIT-JEE Preparation in Class 12th
IIT-JEE preparation in class 12 depends on how good are your class 11 concepts. Did you study properly in class 11 and completed all the JEE Main/Advanced topics well? If yes, then class 12 topics will be a bit easier for you. On the other hand, if you have somehow wasted class 11 and didn’t study properly, then you will have to work harder to complete the class 11 and 12 syllabus in one year.
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Many JEE aspirants get worried about board exams in class 12. Don’t worry. JEE syllabus covers all your class 12 concepts and topics. You will be prepared well for board exams when you study for JEE.
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