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Nalin appeared for JEE Main in the year 2015 and scored 126 marks. He took admission into Jaypee Institute of Information Technology for his studies. He preferred NCERT textbooks for his JEE Main preparation. Given below is a set of some questions that are answered by him. It may help you in preparing better for the exam.
Ans. I took offline mode. I felt that paper was comparatively difficult from online modes.
Ans. Yes, I qualified the JEE Advanced.
Ans. I took one year program for 12th boards and JEE Advance preparation. Obviously, it creates a difference in approach how you prepare strategically for competitive exams.
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Ans. I would rate it as 7.
Ans. Actually, our course in coaching classes for 12th boards was completed within 6 months and it helped me to refine the preparation for mains also.
I managed to do so from daily time saving by not indulging in other activities (actually I left my interest in sports for one year) and moreover the hectic day schedules.
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Ans. Major topics from class XI part were very weak and seemed very tough to me. Especially Moment of Inertia, Binomial Theorem, Chemical Bonding etc. Frankly speaking Mathematics part of 11th standard was difficult from the 12th standard part for me.
Well for the preparation part, I preferred to complete the boards preparation first and then for JEE and other competitive exams. I also gave mock tests on embibe.com and of other institutions to correct my mistakes for JEE and boards preparation.
Ans. I was fairly a daily visitor of embibe.com for updates and gave many tests there. Apart from my coaching tests I gave mock tests from other coaching institutes like of Aakash and Career Point.
Ans. First get your hands on important topics which tend to have more questions in exam and grasp those topics fairly well. Follow a daily routine and study three different subjects daily at equal intervals. Finish the boards syllabus as early as possible, and get your hands sharp at NCERT problems.
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