JEE MAIN 2019 NEWS
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Debayan Ghoshdastidar scored 162 marks out of 360 in JEE Main. He even qualified in JEE Advanced, 2013. He gives a brief insight into his preparation strategy for JEE Main and offers various tips to crack the examination.
Ques- Your Marks or Percentile?
Ans- I was offered admission in BIT Mesra and some NIT's like NIT Jamshedpur, Silchar and North East.
Ans- Offline mode.
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Ans- Yes, I took coaching from FIITJEE Bokaro. I feel coaching institutes help a lot. First of all they show the way and standard of preparing for the examination. It has good faculty and staff. They provide you with one of the best teaching experiences.They clear your doubts and teach from basic level to very advanced level. Coaching materials and tests are very useful. Weekly and monthly tests are held so that you can judge your performance with every single step. Test series at the end of the program is very helpful although I would say that FIITJEE test series is little above IIT level, so one should rather go for some more JEE main level test series to have a better understanding. Also the peer group in some batches is very good and motivates you to perform well.
Ans- I studied mainly for competitive examination. I studied for board exams only before the school exams. That automatically balanced my exam strategy. Also reading the NCERT books first and then going for competitive level study is a better way of dealing with things. Reading theory and derivation will serve the purpose for board examination. While preparing for JEE Main, the portion of numericals for the board exams will also be covered.
Ans- Physics is my strong area. I solved more problems with mechanics to get more familiar with class 11 portion. I was weak in organic and inorganic chemistry. I feel for organic one needs to remember every named reaction and for inorganic one needs to revise daily for remembering the properties. In mathematics calculus was my weak point. I would say start calculus as early as possible and work hard specially on integration.
Ans- I mainly took FIITJEE test series. It has a main test series which is more similar to JEE Main. Also I took Career Point Test series online on net. Test series are very important to understand where you stand and work on your weak areas. Most importantly I solved previous year's JEE Main paper to get a good understanding about how I can perform in real papers. I would strongly suggest solving previous year question papers. Take a test series which is close the paper of JEE main.
Ans- For physics, clarity in theorems and solving various questions is imperative for success in this section. I would suggest starting from basic NCERT book and solving its problems. Then I would say solving HC Verma. Reading theory of HC Verma is very important. Then one should proceed to solve the solved problems. Then if one successfully solves the exercise then he can solve almost all the JEE Main problems. HC Verma is very important and one should solve it sincerely.
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Ques- Chemistry: Mention the Strategy and Books Followed for this section
Ans- Chemistry is mainly divided into three parts
Ans- For mathematics I feel NCERT is just the starting step. One needs to solve NCERT and RD Sharma side by side. After that mathematics books can be solved on area basis like for coordinate SL LONEY, for algebra Hall and Knight and so on. But be very careful that some of the questions here will be very high level. So one should not be discouraged. It is better to solve previous year's question paper and may be Arihant books specifically for JEE Main. But in Arihant books there are lot of printing and calculation error, so one needs to be cautious about this.
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Ans- Introspecting now, I feel it is all about motivation, focus and hard work. The real truth is that one needs to give a lot of time throughout the two years. Sometimes it appears like nothing could be solved but one needs to be calm and keep on doing his work. For me I feel a little more attention to the board exams could have fetched me some more board marks as it had 40% weightage. I feel reading the basics and having solid foundation in it and only then moving forward makes you more confident and systematic. So one needs to work very hard if one aims to reach top tier engineering colleges of the country.
Ans- 4 months before the exam I would say
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