If you are one of those who dream of IITs, NITs, and CFTIs, then a lot of competition is waiting for you. A huge number of students give the exam of JEE every year. The count of students is going to increase as the awareness about the institute has increased among the students. Everyone wants to study in a good place. But going into any ITs, NITs, and CFTIs is not an easy task, it wants hard work, smart work, and much more. You have to plan things too early with a self-motivated attitude. Your efforts and high dedication can help you much to clear the engineering entrance examinations. Some students start it after 12th class but the right time to start is 11th class. But as at that time you have to manage a lot of things, you can face some issues.
To help you out, we have found some tips guide you in preparing for IIT from class 11 without affecting your daily routine.
Get the right books
Choosing the right book for the JEE exam is the best thing to do in the initial phase. Always select a text that is updated according to last year exam pattern and also includes all the topic for your preparation so that you do not need to go for multiple books. Moreover, try to use less number of books. If you are choosing the different kinds of books for the same topic, you are going to be confused with the study material. Quality content will work better than quantity content.
Enrollment in a JEE coaching institute
It is not always necessary to join a coaching institute for JEE exam. But if you are joining one, you can learn new tricks and tips to solve problems efficiently. Apart from this, it will also help you to maintain regularity. If you are going to a coaching class, you can clear all your doubts, and your syllabus will also be covered within time.
Practice Mock Test
No one can evaluate you more than yourself, and the test series will help you more with self-evaluation. Take the test series on a regular basis, evaluate yourself and improve your weak points. Try to solve all the question which you were not able to answer during test series and work hard to improve your test series result.
Build a good habit of making notes. Once you complete a topic or subtopic, try to make notes for the same. It will help you at the time of revision because in written material you can combine useful study material from several books, resources, and websites.
Revise again and again
If you don’t want to forget things you just need to revise the topic again and again. If you forget what you studied earlier, then there is no point in studying. You can decide time according to your choice like once in a week or twice in a month for revision. Formulas should also be revised from time to time.
Time Management is the key to success for every field. If you are using your time, then success is not far away from you. All of us have the same 24 hours to work and manage things. Now it depends on you that how you manage your precious hours. Time table can vary from person to person. But try to sleep for 7 to 8 hours, try to do self-study for 4 to 5 hours and use your weekend as an asset for you.
Group study really work for all students. Sometimes students are not able to understand some point during class, and in that case, they can clear their doubts by having a group discussion. In group studies, you also come to know about your strong and weak concepts. With the help of your friends, you can improve those areas too. Moreover, you can also ask any professional to clear the doubts that are still there after the buddies discussion.
Speed and accuracy
The JEE entrance exam is not to test your bookish knowledge. The exam is to test your knowledge and aptitude. You have to maintain proper speed and accuracy because you have limited time. As per experts, you need to solve those questions first, that are very easy for you, after that go for the question that will take 1 to 2 min. In the end, go for the ones that are seeking more than 2 minutes.
There is no alternative to hard work. To achieve big, you have to do big. No one can beat a hardworking person. Give your 100% to prepare for the exam, and you are good to go.
Apart from these tips, you can also take help from seniors, teachers and your elder as per their experience to get success. All the best to all the aspirants!