Thursday, 14 July 2022

Best books for JEE preparation

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Books for Olympiads can be found here

Here is a comprehensive list of ALL the books. Don't get overwhelmed seeing this long list. You should decide which one suits you.
Also, I will not appreciate questions like "which edition to buy", because I am adding appropriate links below of the editions which I have myself used and are definitely worth purchasing.
Note that I did not use all of the books below. Some of them are famous but I did not use them because some other book was sufficient. So, you need not buy them all.

Past year JEE papers: very very very very very important. Solve each and every question earnestly and make sure to learn from the questions which you weren't able to solve. Also note that you should always refer to the solution of the book even if you correctly got the answer yourself. This helps you to cross check your solution as well as learn some (possibly) new solution given in the book. The below past year papers contain more or less the same content. You can choose any of them.



Guidebook: The book below is authored by my friend and senior Arpit Agarwal, who was AIR 1 in JEE 2012. Arpit is currently a fourth year undergraduate at IIT Delhi. Arpit helped me a lot during the last 2 months of JEE by clearing a number of non academic doubts and helping me to develop the required examination temperament. I have never seen such a humble and down to earth person.
As a JEE aspirant, I did not get a chance to read his book because it was published after JEE was over. But I myself bought this book after giving JEE and enjoyed a read. It will show you what distinguishes a JEE top ranker from a dreamer. A must buy book indeed :)
The other book is by Nitin Jain, AIR 1, JEE 2009. I read this book and this book shows you how AIR 1 differs from the rest of the JEE rankers. This book was available online somewhere buy I am not able to find it now.

Nitin Jain's book on JEE guidance is one of the best selling books


Coming to the books of individual subjects:












Exemplar Problems: These are the solutions to the exemplar problems prescribed by CBSE. These are must for those who are aiming a good rank in JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Note that the problems aren't highly conceptual or something, but they really are useful for competitive exams and you can surely find some lifted question in JEE Main



In this link you can find some really good books that are most commonly used by JEE aspirants

Note: Brilliant YG files and Akash's Success Magnet (I did not find a link to it) are really good. Also, the material provided by Resonance is excellent and that's why I have added its link here on this page under the others section.

If you like this, you might also like our guide to get a top 50 rank in JEE

Friday, 7 October 2016

Introducing a new daily practice platform to boost your JEE preparation

We are happy to announce a new JEE preparation platform that will give you daily practice problems to boost your preparation!

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No sign-up needed! Simply login using Google and try solving all of the 5 problems real quick! We have carefully chosen problems on Ores and metallurgy for today's problems. Complex numbers coming up for tomorrow. You can request your own topic. Simply put that as a comment and we will try to take that as the next topic :)
We reached 200+ users within 2 days of our launch! 800+ attempts were made to submit solutions, good work!
Hurry up, start competing! See you at the top of leaderboard!

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When your friend joins us via your referral link, you and your friend will both get a chance to get your doubts cleared on call for free!

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It would be great if you can like this page and share the link with your friends so that we can reach out more students :)

Also, feel free to report any bugs you find. After all, we developers are also learners :)

All the best!

Sunday, 25 September 2016

The right approach to tackle JEE problems of kinematics

A large number of you have asked me about my approach to solve various problems. The million dollar question to answer is - how to think?
It is really hard to explain the thinking methodology in a blog post and so, I thought it'd be a good idea to rather make a video about it. I believe that you learn when you see things happen and so, instead of giving generic 'tips', I have taken concrete examples of 3 problems on kinematics and converted them to a video in which I have explained the right approach to solve them.
The goal is to not teach you kinematics. The goal is to teach you how to hit the problem from the very basic fundamentals.

Link: The video is also available here

I hope it will help you. Feel free to comment on the video or on the blog post.
Also, I would request you guys to please bear with me because I am not a professional video maker :)

Saturday, 17 September 2016

A guide for parents to help their child do his/her best

Every parent has an aim to see their child succeed in life. Sometimes, they fail to understand that instead of binding their expectations to their children, they rather enforce their expectations. Having spoken to a lot of parents, I feel that there was a need of an article to guide the parents.

Note: in this article, I will assume a child to be a male. I am not being gender biased. I am doing that simply to avoid the article looking ugly. Imagine I am writing ‘he/she’ everywhere. I tried that and that looked ugly and so, I am writing this disclaimer. Please don’t take it to your heart.

How a typical Indian parent’s mind works

India is in itself a huge society. These days, most people care about showing-off.
Oh, I own that fantastic jewelry that my cousin brought from USA
Oh, I went to a trip to Laddakh with my friends
Oh, my son is a topper in his school, which is the best school of the city
Oh, my son studies at IIT Bombay. Where does your son study? Private college? mmm…

We want to prove our supremacy. We want to show others that we are the best. Our aim is to prove to our neighbor that we have better amenities as compared to them.

I have spoken to several parents. I have seen that most of them simply want their son to crack IIT JEE and be an IITian. They want their son to be the topper of the class. They expect their son to follow as they (parents) say.

They fail to ask what the son wants to do. They never sit with their child and discuss what he likes. Dear parents, have you ever heard from your child about his likes/dislikes? Is he really interested in engineering? Is he enthusiastic about learning Physics, chemistry and maths? Does he see himself at an IIT in the near future? Does he want to be a guitarist? Author?

How happy are you to hear this from your son – mummy, I want to write books. I want to write poems. I want to write. I don’t want to be an engineer.

If the first thought that comes to your mind after hearing the above thing is – ‘what will society say? What will relatives say?’. Then dear ma’am/sir, you are not doing it the right way.

As a parent, your primary concern should be to understand the desires of your child. You know your child better than I do. You know what his potential is. I totally accept that. But, you should also listen to his likes and dislikes. Don’t, I repeat don’t enforce your expectations on him. He is barely 15 years old. Let him make a choice. I understand that he is not much aware of the best career choices. But that doesn’t mean you can enforce it on him. As a parent, it’s your duty to guide him make a better career choice. Ask him to speak to people in that industry. I am sure you have contacts who are engineers or doctors or whatever. Let him know the pros and cons – money vs happiness vs job security.

I seriously feel that there is a lack of communication between parents and children when it comes to academics. Students want to enjoy life. Parents want him to study and get better grades. The whole process is very unidirectional because in most cases, eventually the parents win and students have to bear it.

I am not being harsh. I am trying to lay the fact as they are.

You don’t have a right to enforce a career choice on your son. You rather have a duty to help him make an informed decision.

Educated vs not-so educated parents

I feel very sad to say that I have seen that no-so educated parents are apparently better than educated parents. I have observed that in most cases, educated parents are the ones who tend to enforce a career choice on their child.
My parents are among the no-so educated category of parents. They haven’t completed even graduation. In fact, my father couldn’t complete his schooling due to financial problems. But I proudly say that they are the best parents. They never forced me into engineering. They never burdened me with any career choice. They always supported me in whatever I wanted to do.

You don’t have a right to enforce a career choice on your son – They did the right thing of leaving it on me. They trusted me and they didn’t care if I could earn or not. My happiness was more important for them than telling the neighbor that their son earns 2 crores a year.

You rather have a duty to help him make an informed decision – My parents were not-so educated. Still, my father used to suggest me various options – ‘Aman, how about a chartered accountant? These days they are in high demand. You can consider this option’. ‘Aman, you can try being a neurosurgeon. Medical science is an excellent field; you will learn a lot.’

We are from a middle class family. Still, they never wanted me to earn a lot of money. They always told me – ‘be happy. We don’t need money. We are happy seeing your happiness.’

Expectations, expectations and expectations

I have seen that once the child starts his JEE preparation, all their parents want is that their son should be an IITian anyhow. They want nothing less than the IIT tag.

My question to all the parents is – why? Why do you want that IIT tag for your son? What’s wrong with a private college? Are all the successful people out their IITians? Is Satya Nadella an IITian? Are YOU an IITian?
Your duty should be to motivate your son to crack JEE and become an IITian. But simply forcing him to crack JEE by hook or by crook is wrong. That’s wrong parenting! You are simply injecting poison for your own self in his mind. I have talked to so many students who have started hating their parents because their parents are mad about IIT tag.

Why do students commit suicide? It’s because of your expectations ma’am. It’s because of you. It’s because your son loves you and he feels ashamed that he wasn’t able to meet your expectations.

Read the above paragraph once again.

It’s the time to wake up and understand that your son’s happiness is way more important than that IIT tag which you are mad about.

Motivate. Inspire. Help him become an IITian. Listen to that 15-year-old soul about his wishes. He will be happier to see you as a friend.

In the end, I would like to thank my parents for being by my side during all times of my life.
I remember how my father (who is an extremely short-tempered person) listened to all those sarcastic remarks from my school’s principal only for me. Believe me, he is just class 7th pass but he is more educated than you.

Let’s make this society an expectation-free society. Let’s teach our students how to learn. Let’s teach them how to compete with themselves. Let’s teach them that the best way to succeed is to be a better person than what you were yesterday. Let’s make this society a suicide-free society.

If any of you needs any guidance in this regard, feel free to contact me. I can try my best to give a deep insight into engineering and help you decide if engineering is the right career choice for your son or not.

Sunday, 4 September 2016

Live Q/A session

UPDATE: Due to an examination rescheduling at the last minute, I won't be able to take the session at the time we decided. I will update you guys with the new time later.

Hello readers,
We will be conducting a live Q/A session on Thursday, 8th of September 2016 in which I will be available to answer all your queries. The session will start at 6.00 PM and end at 7.00 PM.

What do you get?
During this session, any (non-conceptual) doubt you post as a comment on this post will be answered by me. You can ask as many doubts as possible, but ask 1 doubt at a time. I will try to get more top JEE rankers if possible!

What are you waiting for? Start making a list of doubts now!

Friday, 2 September 2016

Experience of a Computer Science and Engineering student at IIT Bombay

I recently started a blog in which I will be writing about my experience at CSE, IITB
Here is the link:

It won't contain any JEE related fundae. Lots of students approach me about off campus internships, IITB CSE curriculum, my projects and other guidance. So, I thought it would be a good idea to convert it to a blog.

Anyone interested is welcome to see it :)

The internship experience

I interned at Rubrik Inc., Palo Alto, CA, USA for the summers 2016.

What is an internship?
Not sure if you people are familiar with this term (I remember asking a senior after JEE got over). An internship is like a training period during which you work for a company. The internships are paid and company has to take care of you just like any other employee. So, an intern is like an employee, but for a short time. During the internship, the company judges the intern on his/her capabilities of being a part of the company in the long term and if everything turns out to be good, the company extends a full time offer.

What is Rubrik? What do they do?
Rubrik is a cloud storage company. A lot of you must be using Windows as your operating system, right? When Microsoft develops the Windows operating system, they have no idea about the configuration of your Lenovo/Dell/HP/Asus/etc laptop. So, Microsoft has to design Windows frugally because they have to support as many machines as possible. They have to cater to machines with 1 GB RAM and pentium processor. They are also supposed to support high end machines with several processor cores. But the point is that they have to minimize their resource usage. What about Apple? Apple manufactures both hardware and software and so, they are well aware of the configuration of the machine for which they are building the software (the operating system). So, they don't have to be frugal because they don't have to support that low configuration machine.
Rubrik is the Apple of backup and storage. All of the other backup and storage softwares don't manufacture hardware and so, they have to remain frugal like Microsoft. Rubrik wins the game by manufacturing 'briks' which is a backup hardware that runs software designed by Rubrik.

Let's talk about the internship now!

Getting there:
My friend Karan and I booked Emirates flight tickets from Mumbai to San Francisco via Dubai and Seattle. It was a long flight - about 27 hours. All that kept us awake was the smell of the food :P
Karan is my friend from IIT Bombay. He was AIR 12 in JEE 2013 and is presently in 4th year, B.Tech, CSE.
The stay:
Bay area was an awesome place, full of diverse people. They follow rules and regulations strictly. The shocking thing was that pedestrians have the right of way. If a pedestrian is crossing the road, the car will wait!
We visited Stanford
Computer Science museum at Google HQ
Biked across the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco
San Francisco city as seen from a ferry to Alcatraz island
Driving to Grand Canyon from Las Vegas
The city of Las Vegas
Casinos ;)
Eiffel Tower Casino in Las Vegas :D
New York Casino in Vegas
People are nice and helpful. Food is great. I faced a lot of problem in finding vegetarian food in my Germany intern last year. But, Bay area is full of Indian restaurants that serve both vegetarian and non vegetarian food.
Grand Canyon!
107th floor :D
The Bay area is insanely expensive. A 2 mile travel in the local train is as expensive as $6, which is about Rs. 400. I paid $1,300 per month as rent for my cosy little room in Palo Alto. Mark Zuckerberg stays in Palo Alto. Can you expect the prices to be cheaper than that?
The internship experience:
I worked with the awesome filesystem team to research about our existing file metadata store and I ported our distributed filesystem from database X to database Y (not sure if I'm allowed to disclose the information in a public forum).
At Rubrik, there is special emphasis on code quality. We try our best to ensure that the code that is checked-in is near perfect, both in terms of its performance as well as in terms of its understandability. We use many different programming languages.
I learnt lots of new things about C++ 11 during my internship.
My machine
The team:
The filesystem team has 4 super smart people. My mentor was from IIT Bombay (+ masters from UC Berkeley). My pseudo mentor was from Stanford. Rubrik team is made up of some real badass programmers.
I really enjoyed working at Rubrik. Many people are crazy about big tech companies. I feel that the bigger your company is, the smaller the fish will you be. At Rubrik, my work mattered. It was new and I didn't feel like I was just an intern. Working at a startup (that pays you more than Google ;) ) is fun!

How did I get selected at Rubrik?
I had to appear for 3 interviews, each lasting for about an hour. The interviews were all focused on my programming and problem solving abilities.

I cannot deny that a key factor in my selection was the fact that I was from IIT Bombay, CSE department. Rubrik team consists of several IITians. About half of the team is comprised of Indians and 90% of the Indians are IITians. So, there is an inherent bias towards IITians. This is not the case with just Rubrik. Any new Indian engineer you will meet in Silicon valley is probably an IITian. I met lots of people from different IITs in the Bay area via mutual connections. If you also want that silicon valley dream job of yours, work hard now. Be assured, it will pay off later.

PS: Rubrik cannot extend me a full time offer due to change in US visa regulations. I cannot go to the United States for a job right after my B.Tech because of the new visa rules. This is the case with any US company.

Wednesday, 31 August 2016

JEE preparation tips by All India Rank 5 in JEE

Hey guys, we contacted Vipul Singh who was AIR 5 in IIT JEE 2010 and AIEEE AIR 1 and he kindly agreed to allow us to share his articles. Vipul has been a great mentor and he also helped me in my academics at IIT Bombay. We are glad to share his experience with you :)

Here is a link to Vipul's blog: Vipul's blog

Here's an article that I recently wrote for a magazine. It contains most of the things that I usually talk about in seminars and while interacting with future IITians.

                SELF-STUDY  MAKETH  A  RANK,
                   PRACTICE MAKETH PERFECT   

“Practice makes a man perfect.” This perhaps is the one golden rule that I have followed throughout my preparations for IIT-JEE as well as all other competitive exams. So, my dear readers, here I am to share some of my experiences and to give you some advice on how to prepare for these deadly-looking exams. I hope you will definitely find something worthy in this article of mine and will be glad if this can benefit any of my dear juniors.

Writing an article on such a topic, the one dilemma I face is where to start from. So, let me begin from the beginning itself. Born on 29th November, 1991, I was declared by doctors as a child who could possibly be mentally retarded in the future (seems weird, ain’t it?? read on…). I believe it has only been the strength of mind and the determination of my parents and one of my teachers that has brought me up to this level, sort of reversing the doctors’ prophecy. I still remember when I was in primary school, I was quite shy, but then I started participating in a lot of competitions, often emerging on top. Those things gave me a lot of confidence and I slowly started rising up and opening myself to this world. People believe that these high ranks are meant for ‘born-geniuses’. But that is far from the truth. In my case at least, I was born an anti-genius. So, it’s mostly about practice, starting early, using your time to the utmost. Edison rightly said “Genius is 99% perspiration and 1% inspiration.”

It was only in class VI that I got my first go at a national level science competition (the NSO) and obtained an AIR 13. Then, in class VII, I finished East Zone runner-up in the India’s Child Genius quiz conducted by Siddhartha Basu, missing an opportunity to meet Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam by just 0.2 seconds in the buzzer round. I have never looked back since then, always learning from my mistakes and practicing endlessly in order to attain that ever-elusive state of perfection.

Now, having built up a sort of prologue let me come to the major issue: JEE. These three letters seem to weigh so heavily on the minds of so many youngsters. Here, I will be basically discussing how to plan out your preparations so that this exam looks a bit easier. Having interacted with lots of students from all over India through live seminars, e-mail, social networking sites, etc. and most importantly, having been through that crucial stage myself, I am well aware of the questions that JEE aspirants have in mind. So, I will be going through the rest of this article in a sort of your question – my reply format.

First and foremost, the first question that always turns up is “What is the mantra of success?” I would say it's utilizing even that tiny moment for self-study which you are giving to pondering over this question. According to me, it is time-management along with some self-belief. Every single moment that you are wasting in some not-so-important activity, thousands of other competitors are striving hard to get ahead of you. So, you simply cannot afford to waste time. A bit of relaxation here and there after some continuous study is a must, but you should be able to contain that “I have had enough” feeling.

People also ask me when exactly did I start my JEE preparations. Now, I am not very clear about the question itself. I started studying the JEE syllabus topics in the middle of class X, but I had started concentrating on science-maths and strengthening my basics from class VI itself. I had joined a JEE-directed correspondence course for the first time in class IX while I had my first major confidence booster at the India’s Child Genius in class VII. So, its been quite a long journey with a beginning which I myself am unable to figure out. This therefore turns out to be a question which I neither understand nor have a definite answer for.

Then, why did I join FIITJEE and not any other institute. Every student has his own capabilities and requirements. I knew that given sufficient time for self-study, I could understand concepts well on my own but I needed some good teachers for doubt clearance. That’s where FIITJEE came into the picture and they filled the void extremely well, better than I had ever imagined. Enrolled into the PINNACLE program, I used to get the entire evenings free as all classes would be over by 2:30 pm in the school campus itself. So, I had lots of time with me and I would sit down, think, solve, practice, get my doubts cleared the next day, etc.

This last point I just mentioned: Doubt Clearance is one thing I have seen missing in most aspirants’ priority lists. As a student, you ought to have faith in your teachers and approach them with your doubts. I have seen colleagues who never even asked their school teachers any doubts. You need to try them out first, if they are unable to satisfy your query, only then should you go to external tuitions. They are the teachers because they know things better than you do. Many students feel that a good teacher is the one who explains things well and solves questions on the board. I would say a good teacher is one who clears your doubts well. That’s because you can do the understanding and solving part yourself too but those inevitable doubts here and there require a strong tutor.

Coming to my next point: Time Management, students keep fretting about this simple concept. I have seen students in my city who spend evenings performing stunts on bikes, eating out with friends (mostly girlfriends), watching movies, etc. and then let out a cry on the JEE day, “Why do these guys set such unsolvable papers?” As you can very well see, they haven’t been true to themselves and hence can’t expect to get into IITs, NITs, etc. in place of those who have burnt the midnight oil. I myself have given everything to it during those 2 years and am definitely reaping rich rewards. It’s better to utilize pre-JEE time and then enjoy life in IITs (I must tell you it’s a beautiful place to be in) rather than wasting it and regretting later.

I will give you an example. All of us get this 1.5 to 2 month gap after the class X exams. Instead of visiting places and enjoying yourself, you can give a week or so to refreshing yourself and then get back to studies in order to get a good head-start. This will enable you to understand concepts better when they are taught in class. Then, you can also utilize those small intervals during change of classes to solve some questions. People around you will laugh at you, try to derail you from that right track but you need to ignore them. In the end, it doesn’t even matter. I tried so hard, I got so far. They tried to derail me but inflicted losses upon themselves only.
It’s not that I gave up everything for my preparations. I used to solve sudoku everyday, read the newspaper, played (although rarely), did a bit of social networking in the last few months but I wasn’t obsessed with these things. I knew my goal and its importance in my life. You just need to prioritize your time-table.

Returning to academics, if you prepare well for JEE, you are almost done with your board exam PCM syllabus as well. And as I said earlier, if you choose your tuitions wisely, you will also be able to find ample time for English and the 5th subject. Many students go to particular tuitions just because their friends have joined it or because they have heard lots of people praising that teacher. This isn’t the right way to do so. You need to understand your own requirements and choose accordingly. There might be a teacher who is very good at mechanics but doesn’t teach electromagnetism well. You don’t need to continue going to him just because you feel a sense of loyalty and gratitude towards him. It’s your life, your career, you have to decide keeping in mind your own good. Then try to give more time to practicing questions of different varieties and from different books. I wouldn’t recommend reading the same concept again and again from different sources/teachers as it would simply be a waste of your precious time. Instead grasp that concept from 1 or 2 books and then move on to practice.

Now I feel I should address the question on how to study in general? It’s better to finish topics one by one. Doing 3 or 4 topics all at one time will make it quite difficult for you to handle everything. Two topics from different subjects is quite okay because if you feel bored after studying one of them for 5-6 hrs., you can switch to the other one and then return. Try to prepare compendiums for each topic as it will be helpful in the later stages of preparation. If you notice some trick in some book, note it down and revise it later so that you get an idea of where it works and how to apply it. Such tricks and option elimination prove very useful in saving time for the tougher questions.  

Coming to books, here’s a list of books that I covered during my JEE preparations:

In addition, I completed all NCERT books, packages of FIITJEE as well as BRILLIANT and solved FIITJEE's GrandMasterPackage and RankersTestPaperFile. The latter two are very good for practice and revision in the last few months.

In class IX and X, I used to read books by Dinesh Publications (PCMB), H C Verma (physics), R D Sharma (maths) and correspondence courses from Brilliant Tutorials and BMA. I found these books by BMA to be very good and interesting. In addition, I had covered the first few chapters of physics plus differential calculus plus bonding and hybridization (thanks to Nitu Sinha Mam) in class Xth itself. Organic chemistry was one topic that I felt a bit tough to handle, but I feel I was fortunate enough to have another great chemistry teacher (Arun Sharma Sir) in XIth who advised me to gain a headstart by reading Paula Bruice and it really turned out to be a fantastic interest-arousing book.

Next comes the issue of how to prepare for all other exams that occur round the clock in these 2 years. I personally feel that NSO, IMO, NSTSE, etc., although considered easy by many, are very good exams to get an estimate of where you stand and of your strengths and weaknesses. Any national level exam, tough or easy, is competitive and as easy for you as for someone sitting in any other part of India. Then come the physics, chemistry, maths and astronomy olympiads. The maths olympiad requires a bit of extra preparation on topics like number theory, combinatorics, etc. The other three olympiads can be cracked if you have been thorough with the JEE syllabus. If you clear the first two levels, then you go to the camp at HBCSE, Mumbai where you need some experimental skills too. It’s here that your presence (both mental and physical) in school labs plays an important role. Then you have KVPY in class XI which has no pre-defined syllabus. The paper basically tests your mental ability and clarity of concept. You need to have knowledge of topics that will be covered in class XIth and a bit of the formulae and laws from the early days of class XIIth. The interview is meant to test your confidence and clarity of aim in life.

I would be writing an incomplete article if I didn’t talk about what to do during the last few months before JEE. So, I suggest you should complete all your syllabus at least by mid-December and then begin with revision of your class-notes and of the chapter-wise summaries you must have created in the two years. Then, move on to practicing question-papers of 6 hours duration. Solving questions from individual chapters is quite different from solving them when they are all thrown together at you. It might happen that you are able to solve mechanics alone very well but in exam time, the pressure created by being unable to solve optics may take you down in mechanics too. So, you need to have good practice of sitting own for 6 hours and handling that pressure. Utilize the board exams preparatory leave very well. I had given 15 days to JEE preparation and the rest to my Board exams. Then, I had an 11-day gap before my maths board exam. So, I didn’t study CBSE level maths in February and also devoted 5 days out of 11 to JEE. You need to find time and plan very well. The 14 day gap between last board exam and JEE should go into revision and practice only. Do not try to read/learn something new in that period, it will just add to the pressure.

Another extremely important question that arises is: How to cope with the pressure? I would say: Just keep practicing, sit down for lots of national level tests, when you see that you are able to solve questions and getting some good ranks, you will gain confidence and it’s this much required self-confidence that will help you sail through the JEE day. If you are unable to get those ranks, look at the mistakes you committed, discuss them with your teacher, try to correct them in the next paper, get your fundamentals cleared, and dedicate more time to that topic where you are prone to mistakes. It might take some time for that change to show up, but it will certainly happen over a period of time. You know, thousands of people (and almost everyone in Kota) wish to achieve a top 100 JEE rank but only those few who have stuck to their basics, who have been regular, who have practiced a lot and hence built up their speed and accuracy who achieve it. There’s always this competition. You can’t afford to give up or lose time.

I hope I have already said a lot now, so its time for me to take leave and allow you to ponder deeply over what you have read above and to see if you can gain something out of it. Thanks reader for having been so patient to have gone through my article. And finally, keeping in mind my own advice, I would suggest you not to read this article over and over again as that would be a waste of precious JEE-preparation time. Thanks again,

 Vipul Singh
(AIR 5, IIT-JEE 2010; AIR 1, AIEEE 2010; Silver medallist at IPhO 2010; KVPY scholar and CBSE topper of Chhattisgarh state)

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