Do you know how to prepare for JEE?
Do you know, which is the best book for JEE preparation?
Do you know how to assure a seat in IIT?
The JEE Advanced 2019 results were announced lately by IIT Roorkee on June 14th. A total of 161319 candidates (out of 2.3 lakh eligible candidates) appeared in both Paper 1 and Paper 2 of JEE Advanced 2019 held on May 27, 2019. That shows a decrease of 2.69% as compared to 165656 candidates in the previous year. A total of 38705 candidates have qualified JEE Advanced 2019, out of which 33349 are male and 5356 are female candidates. In terms of qualified candidates, 31988 candidates cleared the JEE Advanced 2018 exam, therefore, showing a 21% increase in the total number of qualified candidates in JEE Advanced 2019.
Mr Gupta Kartikey Chandresh of Ballarpur (Maharashtra) is the top ranker in Common Rank List (CRL) this year. He obtained 346 out of 372 marks. Ms Shabnam Sahay of Madhapur (Hyderabad) is the top ranker among female candidates with CRL 10. She obtained 308 marks out of 372.
The online counseling process is expected to begin shortly. The counseling process will be conducted by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA). The official website of JoSAA i.e., josaa.nic.in is expected to be updated soon.
We all know that JEE is the toughest and the biggest engineering entrance exam at the undergraduate level. To crack it, you need to know the right way. There are many paths you can undertake, but which one is right for JEE is the question – The one which helps you get all your exam syllabus right, the one which helps you take less stress during preparation, and the one which helps you increase your speed in the exam by maintaining efficiency at the same time.
This is how to prepare for JEE:
Correct Study Material
To execute the right plan to crack JEE Exam preparation, you need to get the right study material to follow. NCERT is the Godfather of all the books out there and every individual who is preparing for the JEE exams should start and complete it as soon as possible. NCERT books have the toughest of concepts explained in the simplest of language. Thus if NCERT solutions is studied meticulously can clear all the doubts giving you a thorough understanding of complex topics and subjects.
To study further, and have an even better understanding of the concepts of all three subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, you can move on to other reference books, including H.C. Verma, I.E. Irodov (for Physics), J.D. Lee, Freedman and Young (for Chemistry), S.L. Loney, Thomas and Finney (for Mathematics).
There is also a lot of online help that can be taken. Now that the scope of e-learning has grown so much, students can take online lectures, questionnaires, or simply connect with other students online and share knowledge.
Discipline plays a very crucial role when you are preparing for an exam so tough, with a syllabus so extensive. Thus, you need to plan ahead and prepare a proper study time table for yourself. Dedicate certain fixed hours towards studying, subject wise, every day. If you are taking coaching, be sure to take out time for self-study. Make sure to fit plenty of mock tests in your schedule. Above all, there should be enough time left for revision. And most importantly, do not forget to take regular breaks. Plan accordingly, and stick to it.
Many of us tend to overlook the importance of self-studying. With self-study, one can go beyond simply learning what their class textbooks and instructors teach them. By practicing self-study, students are encouraged to further explore topics they are interested in, developing stronger study skills as a result.
Develop Analytical Skills
Many IIT-JEE problems involve more than just one basic concept. That is why it is necessary for students to develop their analytical skills. One should not give up on solving a problem after just one or two attempts. It is only by trying to solve difficult problems again and again that one can improve their analytical skills.
Revision is Key
Since there is a lot of syllabi to cover in a short span of time, revision becomes very important. You need to be in touch with a lot of topics, which revision will help with.
Clear Your Doubts
Doubt clearing on time is essential, otherwise, it can hinder your progress and pose problems while you are taking the exam. Apart from just asking your teachers, you can also take online help. Some of the best websites for doubt clearing are BasicFirst, IITPAL, Learnershub, etc.
Have the right attitude, be disciplined, and try to be as stress-free as you can be.