Hardly a month left for the IIT JEE, I think this is the right time to write this topic.
First of all I would be writing about the IIT JEE 2010
- First of all after the board examination don’t try to pick up the new topic which you haven’t studied till yet.
- If your main aim is IIT JEE then you should try to read the basics for the chapters you have already prepared, as their wouldn’t be even a single question which you would find in the books,it’s the basics that help while solving the examination.
- Try to go through the compendiums once, they may come in handy while solving the examination.
- IIT JEE is not like a war against time,their is plenty of time if you solve the paper systematically.
- Never try to go for all the questions,if you are sure of 60% paper then it’s pretty enough to get a good rank in IIT JEE,this time the cutoff was 175 out of 489 so you can expect the percentage.
- Their is surely going to be lot of questions from cyclic compounds in chemistry so be sure to do them thoroughly,chemistry is the most scoring part in the paper
- My personal pattern of solving the examination is chemistry,physics then mathematics.Try to give about 45 minutes to chemistry,55 minutes to physics and the rest to mathematics and also spare 5 minutes in the end to recheck.
- Don’t stick to one question if you think that the question of 3 marks would take more then 5 minutes then leave it and try at the end ,also if you are not able to solve the question move to the next one,not waste much time on single question.
- Try to mark the answers simultaneously when you are solving the paper,though many students do mark the answers in the end so plan your time accordingly.
Here are the few tips for AIEEE
- After the boards you would be having about 30 days to prepare the syllabus means you have to prepare around 3 chapters a day.It’s not a tough task in chemistry,if you have studied chemistry for the boards and know the concepts then you could do it within a week,then remains mathematics and physics.Try to revise physics in 10 days and mathematics in about 14 days or so.First of all revise mathematics,then physics and finally chemistry in the end.
- In physics be sure to do the practicals thoroughly,their would be lot of questions from that part.
- Also analyse the previous 3 years paper and see which chapters are given much importance and which are given less,this would help in preparing your schedule.
- Also while studying for AIEEE try to do as much questions as you can,don’t try to go for very tough books,this would built confidence in you.Most of the questions in AIEEE are taken from books
- While solving the AIEEE paper you have to be quick so don’t waste more then half an hour in chemistry while solving the paper,most of the questions would be subjective type which requires less solving,and then don’t waste more then 1 hour in physics and utilize rest of the time in Mathematics
- I have seen that almost everytime their would be a simple question which you think you would be knowing but their would be no solution to that question,so basically don’t try to solve the question twice,if you get the answer during the first attempt then it’s good otherwise leave the question.
- Don’t get nervous while solving and try to do 70% of the paper,it’s enough to get a rank in top 1000.
So basically the summary of this long article is that plan your schedule and follow it,if you think that you have to complete particular portion in a day then it should be done whether you have to stay awake the whole night.Don’t get nervous during the examinations and leave the question if you are unable to solve it.Don’t waste much time on the question and also don’t study on the last day of the examination
And one thing more you shouldn’t be reading this article,if you are reading it then you are wasting time on your desktop be sure to stay away from desktops,mobiles and television for a month