Some say, life is basically what your attitude is to the circumstances you face. So now, going on to a personal observation that I have made here. I have seen a lot of types of kids here at IITB. The ones for whom getting a 10 pointer is easy to do, some who can do everything else, some who do nothing, etc. What matters is how and where you find a path to stick around and live happily. After all, life makes you compromise. Finding your happiness thereafter is what will matter to you. However, that’s not the point.
A lot of people have been asking me about the time-table that I followed while preparing for JEE and other exams. In this article, I shall be briefly outlining an average study day during my JEE Preparation. Keep in mind that all days are not the same and there are many events that occur, leading to a disruption of your preset time-table.
Plan the right way, and your work is half done. That’s what the thing is…. Having a timetable is crucial to your life, in any ways. You might be a genius, you might have the best study material or you might have the best teachers. However, if you do not have a timetable and a regular fixed schedule of study, you will hardly be able to realise your full potential in the examinations.
Hey there people. JEE-Main, 2017 just got over and I am pretty sure many people would be enthusiastic to have both the Online and Offline papers for various reasons – to gauge the difficulty level, to analyse their mistakes, or to get the answer key rechecked in case of wrong answer keys. Whatever be the reason, it is important for you to have the papers. Here are the 2 papers –
Well, well, well… Here we are, just as JEE(Main) got over this very day. While I hope all of you students would have done decent in it, here are some of the points that I noted about the paper, and some points that were pointed out to me by the students who gave it this year (and well, are personally in contact with me). Here it goes (It’s not gonna be very long, just a short analysis) :