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India Institute of Technology (IIT) is the most prestigious institutes in India that offers engineering and technological education of internationally recognized standard of excellence. IIT has always been positioned as a “Dream Institute “ for many of the young students , since many of the successful and influential luminaries have the credit of being a graduate from an IIT . An IITian always enjoys the privilege of a  pre-defined credibility IIT in job selections across the globe.

In order to seek admission to IIT , Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination (popularly known as IIT-JEE or just JEE) is conducted and referred as the  one of the most prestigious exams conducted at all India level.  About 17 colleges use JEE as a sole criterion for admission to their undergraduate programs. The seventeen colleges include the seven old and 10 new Indian Institutes of Technology, IT-BHU Varanasi and ISMU Dhanbad. IITs are envisaged to be one of the most difficult schools to get admitted into, owing to the tough and uniquely designed entrance exams conducted by them. All inclusive there are 10,000 seats in IIT and every year there are approximately 5lacs aspirants and these aspirant are continuously increasing year on year. The statistics indicates that the success ratio for qualifying is just 2%. Hence the competition to crack the competitive exam and get into IITs is day by day getting ferocious.

JEE is a tough nut to crack. It is purely meritocracy. Meticulous, systematic and sustainable preparation with determination is the pre-requisite for JEE. JEE is not an exam to experiment. Cracking JEE needs a rigorous preparation of all the subjects at par, since each subject has qualifying cut off marks.

There are few points one has to take in to consideration while preparing for IIT JEE

  • No shortcut to hard work :
  • The only way to become successful is to work hard for it. Rigorous and disciplined routine practice is must.

  • Right direction for your hard work:
  • Hard work done without any direction may increase the chances of the work being wasted . The effort must have direction with an aim to attain the concept clarity. Understanding and learning with right test taking techniques shall assist in scoring.

  • Disciplined and systematic approach towards study: 
  • One should be very organized in his or her studies. Decide one pattern of study that suits you and then follow it stringently for two years without taking a break.(see the enclosed annexure in this regard).

  • Consistent preparation as well as performance:
  • One should be very regular in studying and must put a minimum of 8-10 hrs study everyday consistently in a much disciplined manner. The parents also must look in and jointly its to be ensured that the academic performance of the student not only to be consistent but its always to try and work towards to see that  the performance after each test must go up .This would definitely impart a huge self confidence to the student. The sign of a performing student is to see that the performance graph should be slowly and steadily moving upward only.

  • Very strong concept building:  
  • In order to put in the above suggested hours of study everyday its but essential that you have to enjoy studying, which is only possible provided you understand. The understanding is only feasible if your concepts are very clear and if not then you get those clarity under the right coach by appropriate problem solving and more and more such problem solving. IIT JEE is based on purely concepts and their applications in realistic life situations. So if your concepts are not very strong it will be very difficult to understand the questions resulting in difficulty in solving them. Thus to really enjoy IIT JEE preparation and also giving exam your concepts have to be very strong.

  • Speed with accuracy:
  • For cracking IIT JEE it is very important to have speed with accuracy while writing the paper, because generally papers are lengthy and tricky. Accuracy is required so as to avoid –ve marking and thus reducing loss. Speed is achieved only by practicing more and more number of questions. Accuracy can be achieved by paying full concentration in the classroom as well as while doing self study and writing papers.

  • Thorough analysis of subjects, topics and tests:
  • Always build in a habit of self analysis. Analyze your performance question by question, topic by topic in details in order to evaluate your own strength and weaknesses. By doing subject analysis you will know that you are strong in which subject and weak in which. Accordingly give more time for weak one. Similarly topic wise analysis will help you in deciding what topics should be practiced more. Test analysis if the most important aspect of preparation. Because by analyzing tests only you will come to know that whether you have understood the subjects well or not.

  • Positive attitude:
  • As iit jee is very competitive one has to have strong positive approach towards the whole process of preparation. Negativity will lead to nothing but frustration and failure in spite of having potential.

  • Burning desire to achieve target:
  • Lastly the most important is your own desire to achieve the target. If you have burning desire to do something then god is always there to help you in achieving your goal. So finally there is no looking back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

If all the above mentioned points are followed by any student sincerely then it is assured  that target will not be that difficult to achieve.

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