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Ritesh Pathak appeared for JEE Main in 2014. He scored 156 marks and got admission in IET Davv indore.He also cleared 2nd phase i.e. JEE Advanced 2014. Here some questionaire with him including some preparation tips which help you in JEE Main preparation.
Ans :- 2014
Ans :- 156
Ans :- IET Davv indore
Ans :- I chose the offline mode. The pros of choosing this mode is that it is very simple and there is no confusion or risk. Actually I also appeared previously and I chose Online mode that time. After experiencing the both, I would suggest anyone to opt for online mode. Because it is really fast. You don't have to write out any forms. You just have to fill in your roll no. And it will only accept if the roll no. Is correct. So there is no risk of filling the wrong information in haste.
Ans :- Yes
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Ans. Yes, I did take coaching classes. It was in Delhi. By the name of Vidyamandir Classes. It was really helpful in clearing out some concepts which were doubtful for me before. But at times, the coaching proved to be too complicated for me. Especially the higher mathematics and physics problems.i got really bored with time. Actually I took a drop after 12 to prepare for the JEE. I did study for some months in the starting but it really started to bore me afterwards. It is difficult to keep studying the same topics again and again and just waiting for the day you are going to get some college. People who are really hard working and can mug up the questions tend to do really well in the coaching institutions
Ans. Actually it is not that complicated. The things you study for the 12 boards exams are really enough for cracking the JEE Main. For getting really high marks coaching come in handy. I just concentrated on the boards when I was in 12, my concepts were clear and I was able to Crack JEE Main. I did not achieve a really good rank so I opted to take a drop. .
Ans. My strong areas were Chemistry and some part of physics. I really did not like higher mathematics problems. So I suffered in maths. In the starting, I was weak in Organic chemistry. I could never learn the concepts. But with time, as I studied the concepts and solved the problems it became clearer to me. Actually chemistry is relatively very easy. And is really helpful if you want to achieve good marks. I did not like maths so I never gave time to it. It remained my weak area. Physics was okay for me. My concepts were clear but I faced difficulty in complicated problems.
Ans. I was in Vidyamandir Classes during my preparation. So I took their test papers. They used to have tests every 20 days or so. I also solved the mock test papers provided by the institutions. Actually these test papers and tests helped a lot. The questions are very intelligently crafted by experts in view of the last year's papers. After solving those questions time and again you really get a good idea of how the main paper is going to be. Also some questions that they give in mock papers are found as it is in the main paper. So it saved a lot of time and effort.
Ans. Physics is totally a conceptual subject. You will struggle in physics if you try to learn the concepts without understanding them. So understand the concepts well and do a lot of problems. NCERT book is a must. You should at least be prepared with it. You can also opt for extra study materials online or order it from any of the Institutes. Look at the previous year's questions and prepare according to that.
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Ans. Chemistry is a subject which can really help you to get your score high. It is a high scoring subject. So don't let yourself miss out on the easy marks you can get in this subject. Inorganic chemistry is really a subject where you have to learn things. In organic chemistry concepts are important and not so tough. NCERT is a must again. Actually it covers alot of the portion. Apart from this you can search for material online or order it. Do as much questions as you can. Solving the previous year's question papers is really helpful.
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Ans. Mathematics is a subject totally based on practice. You will become good in maths with practice only. The more questions you solve the more confident you get. NCERT is a must again. And according to me it is not enough. You can solve questions from other books like R. D. Sharma. It really helps. You should also solve more questions. Find the material online or order it. According to me the more questions you do in maths, the better you will score. Solving previous years questions and mock test papers is really important. It really gives you an idea of how the paper is going to be. Mathematics generally takes time. So try to time your self so that you don't take alot of time in the real exam.
Ans. I opted for the offline mode. If I had the chance I would go back and opt for online mode. I did good in chemistry but not so good in Maths and Physics. I think I could have done better especially in Mathematics. So I would go back and prepare better for maths.
Ans. If someone is starting 4 months before exams, I think he has enough time to really get the concepts clear. I suggest he should do as much questions as he can before the exams. Solve alot of mock test papers. Solve all the previous year's papers because questions do get repeated. He should atleast have all the concepts of NCERT book really clear.
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