Here is how to get good rank in JEE


To get a good rank in JEE is goal of all engineering aspirants. Every year 12 lakh students appear for JEE Main entrance examination but to get branch of your choice in good colleges we need a rank under 10K. So you can see that how tough competition is

Below there are some tips that will help you in scoring good ranks

1. Your own study plan is must

Generally students ask some experts to create a study plan for them, but tell me one thing, do you eat a fix amount of food in lunch/dinner as set by your parents? answer is No.You’ll take as much diet as you wanna take

Just think about one second, if for you to get a good rank in JEE is as important as food in your life, how can you depend on other. You will have to decide your own time, if you want good rank you have to assign a good amount of time everyday.

And next important part is execution. I know many students create a very good study plan when they enter in XI, but after one or two months most of them will not follow it

When creating a study plan, give more weightage to your weakness. If you accept your weakness yourself, it will be a big positive point for you. Always assign more time for weak topics

2. Do not spend too much time on theory always

I know many students, after completion of any topic when they start to revise it, again start from ‘ABC’ of that topic.

Theory is important, do it 100% for one or two times but its not necessary to read it again and again. Spend more time on problems based on that theory, and theory part will be crystal clear in your mind.

Many students ask me, from where to practice problems

I will suggest all students to first finish NCERT, then refer to this list of books and after that you don’t have to look for any other book. Use free online mock papers that are available on careerclimb  it will help you in judging your own preparation status

100Marks practice module will cover almost all previous year papers.

Solve at least 40-80 numerical problems daily starting from day one. This is inclusive of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

3. Stream line thought process

Try to develop a stream-line thought process, which is of great help in solving numerical problems quickly. This kind of thinking can be developed by practising gradual logical progression. It means building up of your solution step by step with contextual thinking and not allowing and discarding stray reasoning.

4. Read question completely before starting solution

Examiners try to trap students by playing around with the question and options. So read the question carefully to understand what is required and see the options with great concentration. Watch out for the questions which are designed to have more than one correct answer and you are supposed to choose the option with multiple correct answers.

5. Never think fight has ended till exam ends

Till the time the exam ends, never ever, for any reason whatsoever, think that the fight has ended. This point is being emphasized since many candidates leave the battle halfway thinking their effort will not cut ice and they will be better prepared next time. Remember even if you are not fully prepared, trying hard will at least make you have a feel of the difficulty barrier and who knows you might be as up in the list as will secure you an entry into the golden gates. Simply said, peaking at the right time may see you through the test. 3 Gs namely, gumption, grit and guts held till the last moment may produce surprising results.

6. Have faith in yourself


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