JEE MAIN 2019 NEWS
NATIONAL LEVEL ONLINE/OFFLINE TEST
Suraj scored 113 marks in JEE Main 2014. Suraj particularly feels that students with average academic record need to prepare through coaching classes. For Physics, Suraj Feels NCERT or any other course book is not the best option. He accredits his coaching center Aakash Institute for his success in JEE Main.
Some of the excerpts from the interview are discussed below. Aspirants can check out some of the interesting preparation tips that Suraj has to offer.
Ans. I chose Online mode for JEE MAIN-2014. (I also have the experience of offline mode of JEE MAIN as my first attempt of JEE MAIN was in the year 2013)
JEE MAIN (Online):- There isn't much difference in the pattern or difficulty of questions in either mode
JEE MAIN Offline:-
FINAL VERDICT:- Online or Offline...This isn't even a question to be worried about. Your performance will be the same either you give the offline mode or online mode. Just go with your gut feelings or chose as per your comfort.
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Ans. "Whether you need coaching classes or not, it all comes down to you. If you've been a genius or excellent student in academics and have good intellect, then you can manage to clear JEE-main with a good school curriculum (not the government schools) and hardwork, consistency and a little guidance. And if you're an average student in academics then you definitely need coaching classes.
Advantages of Combined coaching institutes
Ans. If your concepts are clear and good then you can perform well both in JEE MAIN and XII board exam.
By clear, I mean, that you can easily do these two things.
I went to both CBSE board school and coaching institute and tried to maintain a balance between the two. Though, I focused more on coaching institute and preparing for JEE MAIN
Ans. "I was very weak in mathematics. So, to improve my mathematics, I stuck to NCERT mathematics and finished practicing the book two times. NCERT really improves your base.
I was average in physics. What I did and what I recommend for improving physics is focusing the most on the class notes and the concepts told in the class.
My strongest subject was chemistry. Chemistry requires literally no brain, it's all mugging up and there's only one book you need to study and refer to and that is NCERT.
NCERT chemistry is essential for both JEE MAIN and XII board."
Ans. My recommendation for studying physics is focusing on the most of the class notes and the concepts told in the class.
Don't go for any book, just solve the coaching material because in JEE Main, Physics is the section which has the least probability of questions coming from any book.
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Ans. "Chemistry requires literally no brain, it's all mugging up and there's only one book you need to study and refer to and that is NCERT.
NCERT chemistry is essential for both JEE MAIN and XII board.
But most of all, you should study the notes in the coaching class very well and should regularly attempt objective questions from the coaching institute study material.
Do attempt the questions from NCERT. This won't just clear your concepts but will also prepare you for JEE MAIN(Do keep a NCERT solution book with you else you'll get frustrated)"
Ans. "PRACTICE!! Just one word is enough.
Stick to three things
Ans. Just two things:-
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Ans. "You're doomed!”, that's all I have to say.
If you're going to start studying 4 months before the exam, you either need a magic pen that'll mark correct answers for you or sheer luck on the day of exam so that you guess all answers correctly.
Still, I'll recommend to focus more on XII board.
Do these three things
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