Saturday, 22 March 2014

To be a winner - start early (A post for those who gave 10th board exams this year)

This is a post mainly for JEE 2016 aspirants - candidates who gave their class 10th board exams this year. Others may also find it useful because I have tried to answer some of the common questions like - "How to study ?", etc
Warning : Extremely long post!!
10th exams over ! pheww !!! a sigh of relief for you - a big load gone of your head or maybe it will go in a couple of days. Your teachers/parents must have told you - "Get good marks in class 10th and your life will be settled well"


Now let me acquaint you with the bitter truth
If you are aiming for engineering, then class 10th mark sheet is nothing but your "Age proof". Shocked! Yes it is nothing more than age proof. No one will ever ask you your class 10th percentage. In no competitive exam(engineering) will you be judged on the basis of your class 10th marks. So, even if your exams didn't go well, don't panic. Your dream destination - IIT has nothing to do with class 10th marks.
Let's start with exposing some bitter truths about your next 2 years : 


  • First of all, an extremely important point - "Your class 10th percentage/CGPA is in no way a measure of your ability to understand the things. It simply reflects your ability to memorize the things". So, you must not feel superior about being a 10 pointer or scoring a 95%. You must immediately forget your class 10th percentage which you might be taking as your biggest achievement in life till now. Maybe society will think you as a topper if you scored a 10 CGPA or a 95%. But soon you will realize that all this is material pleasure (Moh - maya as you call in Hindi). I have seen people with low percentage in class 10th and who cleared JEE with flying colours and I have also seen people who had good percentage in class 10th but could not do well in JEE. To summarize

Golden rule 1 : Forget you class 10th percentage for the next 2 years.


  • Till now you were in a river - Now you will be thrown into a sea. This statement has 2 meanings intended :

  1. Till now your syllabus was very much limited (compare it with a river). Now, your syllabus will be huge (compare it with a sea). There are no books prescribed for IITJEE. People can only name a few books based on their experience which are closely related to IIT JEE syllabus. There will be a large number of chapters. Some of them will be interesting and others will be extremely boring. But, to get a rank, you will have to cover each and every chapter in width and depth.
  2. The second meaning intended is more important. Till now you were competing with maximum of 300 batch-mates (compare it with a river). Now, you will be competing with 13 lakh candidates (compare it with a sea) who are aiming for those handful of seats. So, better accept that fact that you are not going to top every time even if you were a topper in school.

Golden rule 2 : Brace yourselves - a storm is coming
and it will continue till your death



  • Accept the things as they are. You might be having a habit of inspecting about each formula/equation taught in school. But, you will have to relax this a bit. You won't be given proof for each and every equation now. There will be some things which you will have to accept as they are.

Golden rule 3 : Not everything has an explanation at your level

  • Only highly talented extraordinarily intelligent people who were born smart are able to clear JEE. This is the most popular myth(a false belief) among JEE aspirants. JEE rankers are not born intelligent. They are also normal people. What distinguishes themselves from others is that they are motivated , dedicated , hard working and patient.

Golden rule 4 : JEE rankers are not born intelligent

Now, we come back to the questions that you must be having in mind.
Which coaching to join ?
Should I go to Kota ?
Can I crack JEE with only self study ?
Should I join a correspondence course ?
How to start the preparation ?
What exactly is the way to study ?
How to get the desired motivation ?
What books to use ?
How to manage time between school and coaching ?
Should I join a dummy school ?
How many hours should I study ?
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It's a long list. I will try to answer most of your questions - of course I also had the same questions in mind 3 years ago. Since I have travelled the road that you are going to travel, I am eligible to answer these.

One of the most important thing in deciding your fate is the choice of coaching. It's important to choose a coaching wisely. There must be a number of coaching classes in your city - all claiming that top JEE rankers are from their institute and you must be attracted towards them. Let me explain how I made a choice.
I stay at Kanpur. In Kanpur, a coaching as XYZ is famous (assume the name XYZ because I don't want to name the coaching). Thousands of students study at this coaching centre. Whenever I asked any of my seniors that which coaching should I join, the immediate reply was - XYZ classes. But considering the fact that thousands of students are taught at a time in that coaching (with a microphone), my parents refused to send me to that coaching. FIITJEE was newly established. So, I appeared for the entrance test and got a 65% waiver in tuition fee. And so, I joined FIITJEE. End result : a number of students of XYZ classes have also joined FIITJEE and are repeating this year.
So, make your own choice - it's your choice that will matter.
You may decide to go to Kota. I didn't go to Kota/Delhi for coaching because my parents were not convinced that I can live on my own in a hostel. So, they refused to send me for coaching outside Kanpur.
As far as I know - Kota can build your life or destroy your life. If you are focused and not attracted by things around you, then you will surely make it to IIT. A good competition prevails in Kota and you can also find the best faculty there.
However, if you are distracted by the things around you - you may spoil your future.
Also, if you think that you won't be able to live without your parents at this stage, then it will be wiser to stay at your city and join a local coaching institute.
To decide the institute, check the following : 
Past results
Authenticity of past results
The faculty members
Coaching timings
Their study material quality
Facility of a test series
etc etc

There might be some of you who do not have a good coaching facility in your area. In that case, you may choose to study on your own. Remember that coaching won't make you clear JEE. It's your efforts and dedication that will help you to get through the toughest exam. Coaching only provides a direction to your preparation. Cracking JEE will be your own task.
Also, you may choose to opt for a correspondence course. The one provided by Resonance is the best in my opinion. It's just right for JEE and if you study it well, then you will surely clear the exam. Resonance also provides you with the facility of a test series.
Another choice would be FIITJEE RSM. Note that RSM is slightly more difficult and is above JEE level. I personally won't recommend RSM.
Correspondence courses are designed exclusively for JEE and can prove to be the best material for JEE - it will be a good choice to opt for a correspondence course parallel to your coaching.

Now we discuss the general aspects of JEE preparation.
Let's start subject-wise
Physics : You will be beginning with basics of calculus. Calculus is something that will be completely new to you. After that you will be proceeding to Kinematics , Laws of motion and so on. All this is a part of a branch of Physics called as Mechanics. I would recommend purchasing a book called HC Verma (Part I and II). It's the most popular book for Physics and you will find it everywhere when you search for "Books for IITJEE". It's one of the best books for JEE Physics. Read the first few chapters from the book.


To read more about mechanics, you may like to go through the following post :
You can find more about physics here : 
For most students(including me), it turns out that Physics is the easiest and the favourite subject. Enjoy JEE Physics - it is indeed beautiful.

Maths : Depending on your coaching, you will begin with algebra/coordinate geometry/calculus. All the three are really really important for JEE. If you are from CBSE board, you are advised to start with RD Sharma. It's the best book for beginning any chapter. If you are from ICSE board, then ML Agarwal is the book to be followed for basics. You might think that board level books are useless for JEE (I had this misconception in the beginning). But let me tell you that Board level books are the most important books for JEE. My rank - 33 is a result of studying NCERT in great depth.
NCERT Maths might not be a good choice. RD Sharma is the book to be read.


For maths : 

Chemistry : This subject is viewed as the most boring subject. People think that chemistry is all about cramming. It's completely wrong. This is the subject that decides your JEE Rank. The general trend among JEE aspirants is that they are good at maths and physics but weak at chemistry. The thing that differentiates toppers from others is that they study chemistry well - and hence, chemistry turns out to be a deciding factor. 
Chemistry has 3 wide(and mostly unrelated) branches : Physical chemistry , Organic chemistry and inorganic chemistry
Physical chemistry : it is more like Physics(in chemistry). You will enjoy this. NCERT is the book to be followed in the beginning.
This link will be helpful :
Physical Chemistry for IIT JEE
Organic chemistry : it is another beautiful branch of chemistry. It's about carbon and the wide variety of compounds that it can form. LG Wade (Pearsons Education) is the best book for organic chemistry. It is a bit think but you may begin from this book. It will take you right from the basics to the advanced level.
Helpful link :
Organic chemistry for IIT JEE
Inorganic chemistry : This is viewed as the most boring branch of chemistry.
I won't say much about it


Read here for inorganic chemistry :
And here for more about chemistry :

You might get scared seeing the size of the books (LG Wade has some 1000 pages). Indeed you will have the study these entire books thoroughly. You will have 2 whole years to do it. So, it won't be difficult - just that you need lots and lots of patience and hard work.
It is advisable to refer JEE syllabus and stick to it while preparing for JEE.

I had a general strategy of studying.
Before a particular chapter was covered in coaching, I used to study it from the base level books (mentioned above). This way I already had a brief idea of what was going to be done and so I remained more attentive in class. Next, when the chapter was covered in class, I used to make detailed notes (self written notes are always the best). After every class, I used to revise my notes in depth. Sometimes even a single page took half an hour. But finally I ensured that I know each and every concept that has been taught in class. Next I went on to solve basic problems from the board level books (mentioned above). When I was confident, then I moved on to the challenging problems of the FIITJEE study material. This way I made a smooth transition from zero level to JEE level. Next I used to solve Past year IIT JEE problems. If time permitted, then I also solved(+ read) a particular book (which I will be mentioning below)
I never studied at night - I took a complete 9 hour sleep.
Note that I was admitted to a non-attending school. So, I had a lot of time to study for JEE (Read below about non-attending school).
My general schedule : 

  • Get up at 7 o'clock
  • Get fresh by 7.30 AM
  • Study from 7.30 AM to around 11.00 AM (this varied from 10.30 AM to 12.30 AM)
  • Next I used to take a break of about 1 hour in which I used to take my lunch, bath, played computer etc.
  • Then again I sat to study from around 1.00 PM to 3.00 PM
  • Then I had a coaching from 4.00 PM to 8.00 PM (3 days a week)
  • It took me around 1 hour to travel
  • I used to come back home at around 9.00 PM
  • After that I used to watch television/have dinner from 9.00 to 10.00 PM
  • Then was time to sleep (at 10.00 PM)
This used to be the general schedule.
On non coaching days, I had more time to study. And I used to plan the things accordingly.
One little but useful strategy that I followed was "planning the next day". Every night before going to sleep, I used to plan what I would do the next day. It used to be a short term plan/goal like - solve rotation package + read p-block elements from NCERT etc.
This way I had a clear idea of what was going to be done the next day (JEE is all about planning the things smartly and wisely)
JEE is like a race. If you have watched 3 idiots - "Life is a race. If you will not run fast, you will be a broken egg :P". To remain running in this race for 2 long years, you need lots and lots of motivation.
Get motivated here :
and here :

Now I will be mentioning the books that I used (the books I used in the long run) :
Physics : NCERT + HC Verma as beginning books, DC Pandey as a supplementary
Maths : RD Sharma + ML Agarwal as beginning books, TMH as a supplementary
Physical Chemistry : NCERT as a beginning book, OP Tondon for additional theory, RC Mukherjee for advanced problems
Organic Chemistry : NCERT as a beginning book, LG Wade as a supplementary
Inorganic Chemistry : NCERT as the godbook, JD Lee as a supplementary

These books are more than sufficient to get a good rank in JEE.

Coming to another important topic : Dummy school
It is highly recommended that you should join a non-attending school for JEE preparation
In general there are 3 types of students : 

  1. Those who are extremely weak :  Such students are not motivated to get into IITs. Such students should not leave school if they want to secure a seat. Reason being - inclusion of board's marks in the normalization procedure. If anyhow you manage to get a good percentage in Board exams, then you may get a seat in a good NIT even though you do not have good marks in JEE Main.
  2. Those who are average : Such students are capable of getting good rank but they haven't realized their potential. They are satisfied even if their rank is not that good. Such students should also not leave school.
  3. Those who are highly motivated to get a good rank in JEE advanced : Such students do not care about JEE Main rank. They are hungry to get into IIT and will settle for nothing less than an old IIT. They are recommended to leave school if they feel that school is a waste of time.
Note : Leave school at your own risk. I am not responsible in any way if you leave school and mess up your life. Use your own discretion rather than blindly following my advices. The blog contains all what I did. It's not necessary for you to follow everything(blindly).

Another question that a number of aspirants ask me is that "How many hours should I study ?". This question really has no answer. The number of hours will vary from zero to 15 sometimes. From my study schedule that I had mentioned above, you can easily see that it's not that rigorous. Don't think that JEE preparation is about shutting yourself in a room and studying day in and day out. You should enjoy it. It's all about right planning and right execution. Don't ignore any of your extra curricular activities. I loved playing computer games and sometimes I played them for hours. That refreshed my mind and I could focus better.


Finally, I would like to conclude.
I would suggest you to enjoy with your friends and family for say a couple of weeks.
Your preparation should start by the mid of April. Study whole-heartedly and enjoy IIT preparation. IIT preparation is like a journey - a two year long journey which you will never forget if you enjoy it. You will get to learn numerous lessons of life in this journey which will help you to face the world boldly.
This blog will always be there to help you.
Feel free to post any doubts/queries.
Scroll through various posts to get an idea of the topic.
All the best

323 comments:

  1. Really awesome post,well done!!sometimes i think i should have read this an year ago:)

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    1. http://amangoeliitb.blogspot.in/2013/06/inorganic-chemistry-key-to-getting-good.html

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  3. Also tell about how to use iroddov and when to use it

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    1. http://amangoeliitb.blogspot.in/2013/07/physics-something-really-real.html

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  4. in rc mukherjee and arihant maths book can i skip solved examples is there any harm in it did u also skip

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    1. No!
      Solved ones are most important

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  5. Aman bro, u r a stud...

    yes u are.!!

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  6. I have just gone in 12....& till now i have done cord. geometry & trigo only with respect to advance. .i am confirm that till my new session starts I will get whole class 11 syllabus prepared. .as I told in maths...i havent done algebra & calculus a bit also for advanced ...make a complement on my preparation till yet....and suggest me strategy to go ahead...Do u think if I give 60% of my study time in maths , I can prepare algebra and calculus till august...?

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  7. I have just gone in 12....& till now i have done cord. geometry & trigo only with respect to advance. .i am confirm that till my new session starts I will get whole class 11 topics of phy & chem prepared for advanced. .as I told in maths...i havent done algebra & calculus a bit also for advanced .n both topics are vast n difficult.so .how can these topics could be made crystal clear.make a complement on my preparation till yet....and suggest me strategy to go ahead...Do u think if I give 60% of my study time in maths , I can prepare algebra and calculus till august...?

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  8. From where did you make notes - NCERT, reference books, coaching material or something else? Also, if you make notes in the class, you may not be able to focus completely on class teaching(I faced this problem in class 10).

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    1. "if you make notes in the class, you may not be able to focus completely on class teaching" - WRONG statement according to me.

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  9. Thanks for everything Aman!
    You have really motivated and guided me... now im ready for the 2 year 'tapasya' :)
    Hope to meet you in iitb soon!!! ;)

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  10. Thanks bhaiya for informing me a very good way of IIT preparation.

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  11. Believe or not but u deseve a salute (yes indeed)

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  12. Can you please provide a link for the tmh maths book??

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    1. Check the comments in the mathematics page

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  13. You did'nt revise the topics taught at your coaching the same day?(as you have written you reached home at 9pm and slept at 10pm)

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    1. Yeah! - I never studied after 8 o'clock even when there was no coaching.
      That was my way.
      If you prefer night study, then go ahead

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  15. Why are some of my comments in other posts unanswered?

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  16. Bhaiya should i study ncert physics 11th std

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  17. which tmh book are you referring to??

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    1. check the comments in maths section

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  18. Hi I am in class XII I ruined my class 11 syllabus of physics and maths so I have planned to devote each book 2 months time like mechanics vol 1 2 4 months differential calculus 2 months like that in this way I will complete my all syllabus of advance around december I am quite sure about it so I would like to ask few question please do reply thanks

    1. Is 2 months of daily 3-4 hours on both subject each is sufficient for each book or should I devote more time


    2.is 2 months of regular 3-4 hours enough for inorganic chemistry

    3.according to you out of 10 marks how much would you give to the difficulty level of JEE MAIN,JEE ADVANCED,BITSAT


    4.FOR REVISION FIITJEE RTPF OR REASONANCE RANK BOOSTER

    5. IIIT HYDERABAD CS KE LIE KAUN SA XAM H

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    1. 1. yes
      2. yes
      3. depends on your preparation level. For me, if JEE advanced is 10, then all other exams are ~5
      4. Read the revision corner
      5. JEE Main (without board marks)

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  19. How do you rate Aakash IIT-JEE with respect to Preparation of JEE Advance? Can Aakash's study material and Success Magnet contribute to a good JEE rank ?

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    1. Success magnet is good. One of my friend used it and I saw some problems of electrostatics. They seemed to be good.

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  20. bhaiya ,i am jee 16 aspirant ,i wish to clear nsep,nsec if possible in class 11 .
    what strategies should i make from beginning of class 11 in order to do so.

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  21. http://amangoeliitb.blogspot.in/2013/09/preparation-for-other-exams.html

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  22. thanx buddy... really helpfull..BUT I AM REALLY CONFUSED . i want to ask u what should i select STATE BOARD or CBSE BOARD which is best for scoring good marks,,,my class X board exams are over (giving JEE in 2016)... plzz tell me what should i select i want to score best in 11th and 12th and i have decided to do DUMMY,, i have done my class 10 from cbse board,, but i have decided dummy so what is good for scoring best in class 12 ,,, state board or cbse board,, and my friends said that state board is very easy as compared to cbse so I WANT YOUR answer or suggestion ... only one ans state board or cbse (for dummy) (PLZZ HELP)

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    1. CBSE is the best for dummy.
      All competitive exams follow CBSE syllabus and books

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    2. pLZZ,,,, ANS FAST.....i have heard that the cutoff will corssover 88 or 89%.... so which is good for scoring

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  23. My qustion is you didn't go to kota right? Now, some of your friends must have gone.. so how did you deal with the feeling that they are getting better faculty and more resources? I am not able to get this feeling out of my mind.. plz help

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  25. hey..i'm in fiitjee kalu sarai..and guess what?..the top three teachers of our centre left fiitjee and went to kota!!..what am i supposed to do now..?..:(

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  26. Hi

    U hv said that u did HCV and ncert as basic for physics and dc pandey as supplementary so when did you do IE IRODOV?

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    1. During the summer break between class 11th and 12th

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  27. hey when does ur birthday falls? did we just miss it..? :p

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  28. I Am Preparing For JEE 2017. Means i have came In Class X This Year.I Have Done Class IX And X RD SHARMA,RS AGGARWAL,HC VERMA OF CLASS IX AND X , LAKHMIR SINGH (Chemistry ) Class IX And X . Also I Have Read Full Maths And Science Books of IX And X Thoroughly 2-3 times.as a result of this I Am Awarded 100% Fee Waiver By FIITJEE,RESONANCE,CAREER POINT Etc because of my performance There scholarship exams.I Have Read Physics Class XI NCERT(2 Chapters viz Units And Dimensions And Physical World. I Am Not Able to understand from where to learn calculus. please guide me about calculus.and suggest what should i do now. should i start reading Chemistry And Mathematics Class XI NCERT Also. Or Suggest What should i do.i have Solved many books for class x from various publishers also.

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    1. Sit back and relax. Prepare class 10th well and do well in board exams

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  29. As you have written you studied from 7:30 am to about 11am..So you did'nt take a break of even 5 min in between ie did you study at a complete 3-4 hr strech??

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  31. Bhaiya as far as I have heard irodov is tough so did you refer to the solutions sometimes.
    -jee2016 aspirant

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    1. no, I never referred to solutions. Always solve things yourself. If you don't get them, discuss with friends/teachers. If you still don't get the answer, only then look for solution manuals

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  33. Well I have just entered class 11 and I am thinking of starting the ch 12 of ncert which covers the basics of organic chemistry so
    is it necessary to follow the sequence of chapters given in ncert books
    will it be a good idea to start from organic chemistry chapter of class 11 or should I follow the sequence given in ncert
    also is it necessary to study the first chapter of hc verma that is "introduction to physics" which includes dimensions and introduction to units and about fundamental and derived quantities
    And I am facing problems in the second chapter of physics which includes mathematics like differential and integral calculus and maxima and minima I am unable to understand the concepts of these what to do any suggestions????
    And I have decided to skip chapter 2 of maths that is relations and functions and I am planning to do that chapter after I complete permutations and combination should I do this way or complete relations and functions first otherwise it would create problems for me and I might not be able to understand the chapter trigonometric functions
    Bhaiya please help though these questions may appear silly but please help

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    1. well first of all, starting from organic chemistry is a bad idea. Organic chemistry requires basics of chemical bonding and without that organic chemistry would be difficult. So I would suggest not starting with it. Rather, you may go ahead with atomic structure and chemical bonding. Note that you won't understand atomic structure fully in one go.
      Physics : I have already mentioned that you should study a bit of calculus in maths so that you can apply it directly in physics. Without the knowledge of calculus, you won't be able to move ahead in physics.
      Well your planning is heavily messed up. You can't just pick up any random chapter and do it. This is not class 10th. This it IIT JEE preparation which requires a systematic plan and sequencing. You should proceed with the sequence as given in standard text books. Almost each chapter will require a knowledge of previous chapters. So, better follow the book sequence

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  34. And yeah I forgot to ask about kaysons education videos were those helpful during your preparations or not? Thanks in advance

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  35. And did you also face problems in the physics chapter that included calculus and all??

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  36. Hey I have read an article by JEE 09 AIR-156 and he advised to complete inorganic chemistry in the summer breaks of class 11
    1- Is it a good option?
    2- If yes then how much, Class 11th only or both class 11th and 12th inorganic
    3- Before starting which chapters must be studied eg. Atomic structure, Chemical Bonding etc

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    1. It is not a very good option according to me.
      Reasons : If you complete it NOW, then you will have to spend loads of time revising it.
      You may rather choose to do it parallel to class 12th.
      Since you are appearing for JEE 2016 (as your name suggests), you should better wait. Just do the s-block elements now. Ensure that by the end of this year, you are done with NCERT - s block elements and hydrogen completely.

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  38. Sir,

    Whatever you've mentioned above including the time-table, do you feel it necessary to follow those strictly during this two-month holiday gap also or we need to follow them only during the academic session.

    The doubt arises out of the fact that some IITians have advised us to follow only NCERT books (with a not so serious attitude) in these holidays. Do you advise me to solve even the challenging problems during this gap or is it enough to go with NCERT and learn the basic concepts?


    Whatever you tell, I am going to follow it seriously. Remember, I am asking it only for utilising the *holiday time* usefully.

    Thanks!

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    1. Since you have added comment in this post, I assume that you are appearing for JEE 2016
      So, nothing is to be strictly followed. I have mentioned what "I" did. It may/may not suit you.
      It is advisable to follow a timetable. It helps a lot.
      I won't advise you to solve challenging problems because currently your knowledge is low and you do not know even the basics (I assume that you are a typical JEE aspirant). So, you won't be able to solve tough problems
      Instead, you should build up your basics and consolidate them to solve tougher problems. Initially, focus only on simple problems

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  39. Is it advisable to not solve those questions in which I am 100% sure that i will be able to do themeven if they are not similar to the previous ones ? and just try to solve those questions in which I am not sure.

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    1. well sometimes an easy question turns out to be a tough one. So better solve everything

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  40. Can I use isc i.e., nootan books instead of ncert books?

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  41. i've heard that fiitjee gives home assignments, if so how much (Is it a lot, takes away most of the time ) and which course did u opt for in fiitjee

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  42. Bhaiya is it necessary to read hc verma line by line you wrote in some earlier post that ncert physics should be read 2 to 3 times and you also wrote that hc verma should be completed along with ncert so will it be a good idea to solve only examples, short answer questions , objectives 1 and 2 and exercises from hc verma and not read its theory instead refer to ncert for theory or should I read theory from both the books? I am a jee 2016 aspirant

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    1. well you are supposed to read both NCERT and HC Verma carefully for JEE

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  43. Bhaiya as you said calculus is required for physics so will it be a good idea if I complete whole jee calculus the12th std part within a month in my vacations right now and then move to physics is knowlege of algebra necessary for calculus I am a jee 2016 aspirant

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    1. well that's a bad idea.
      To do entire calculus, you need to know a large number of trigonometry formulae . Also, you need know a huge amount of algebra. So, I guess you won't be able to do whole of calculus.
      Just the basic formulae will help. You should understand the idea of slope/differentiation/definite integration. That should be enough
      Also, try to learn basic formulae of integration and differentiation.
      That much is enough for physics portion.

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  44. frankly i didn't understand what you have written in this post- "Board level books are the most important books for JEE. My rank - 33 is a result of studying NCERT in great depth." How can a board level book help one to crack JEE?

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    1. I too am curious?
      So for trigonometry and vector,3d are board books sufficient?

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    2. Well, NCERT books are the best books for building your fundamentals.
      JEE is all about integrating your fundamentals.
      But, for that, you need to build your basics.
      NCERT books will help you with that
      Although you need to practice questions that require an integration of what you have studied

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  45. Bhaiya, how reliable is RPI given by FIITJEE?
    My rank:-
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwLPyU5eHICQejdTS0d5U1hEZUk/edit?usp=sharing
    Please guide me.

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  46. Bhaiya, please critique my books selections for JEE16:
    NCERT, FIITJEE FOR ALL
    1.Physics- HCVerma, UnivPhysics, IIT Papers [should i buy arihant??? which yr?]
    2.Chem - IIT Papers
    Organic:-LG Wade, Arihant[for problems]
    Inorganic:- JD LEE, [what problem book should I buy?]
    Physical :- UnivChem, RCMukherjee[for problems]
    3.Math:-IIT Papers
    Trigo,vector,3d:- ISC+NCERT Board books
    Calculus :- DasMukehrjee
    Algebra :- TMH[should i buy old book?? which yr?]
    Coordinate:-Arihant

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  47. by the way, what did you used to do during the breaks you got between the various classes at coaching ?

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    1. mobile games
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      eating tiffin

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    2. chatting with friends
      playing mobile games
      eating tiffin

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    3. in my coaching, people are continuously studying even during the breaks..!
      that's kind of scary..!

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  48. You solved the past year JEE problems of which years??

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  49. hi sir .first time i've read someone's blog and specially this post was meant for me.
    I'm in 11th standard and i've started going to coaching classes.i want one suggestion about my books which i've bought from market:-
    rd sharma and a das gupta for maths
    hc verma for physics
    op tandon for physical chemistry
    cengage for oraganic chemistry
    jd lee for inorganic chemistry
    and last but not the least ncert of maths ,physics and chemistry.
    i am waiting for your suggestion about my books.

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  50. Bhaiya I am preparing for jee 2016 and I have joined a local coaching institute i have read your blog on books which you used but the teachers in my coaching have told to solve from hall and knight algebra sl loney trigonometry and coordinate geometry the teachers have suggested not to use ncert right now for jee preparation and solving questions from the above books have made me lose my confidence should I leave the coaching and join another one since they are not focusing on ncert?

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  51. Sir,
    I'm in Class 11, targeting JEE 2016. Considering that same pattern continues, what should be my aim of marks out of 360, to get rank within 100 ??? I mean, marks out of 360.
    I've searched for Marks vs Rank list for JEE Advanced 2013 on internet but could not get it.

    Thanks in advance

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    1. http://jeeadv.iitd.ac.in/JEE2013/images/report2013web.pdf

      here u can find rank vs marks list JEE 2013 on page 15

      http://www.indiaresultsbyname.com/aaform2009.html

      Here u can fing rank vs marks of JEE 2009

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  52. Sir,
    I am a student of class 10 with average academic performance. I am from West Bengal and study under the state board. I am an aspirant for JEE 2017.As I have a lot of pressure regarding my boards, I have decided to get the FIITJEE materials from my seniors and study on my own. Will this be okay or should I join the full time course. Please reply!

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  53. Bhaiya please tell me if NTSE scholarship supports JEE preparation. I do not think so. I got selected in NTSE 2nd level which is on 11th May but I am not sure if I can finish all the subjects. (It includes PCM+Bio+Hist+geo+eco+MAT+Eng Lang). I got the result just on the 20th of April. I have started my JEE preparation and I am currently doing ISC Board Math Book of class 11. I am really in love with PCM. I am not a very genius type but your story gave me the inspiration that I can also get a very good rank in JEE if I am serious and strategic from mid-April of class 11. Please you are the person I can relate the most. Should I continue with JEE prep or prep for NTSE? Please Help.

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    1. well,even I have also qualified for second stage and I am not preparing for NTSE because my only goal is to get IIT ..........and by the way, only 11 days are left and you can hardly do anything to improve your rank in my opinion...

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  54. pLZZ,,,, ANS FAST.....i have heard that the cutoff will corssover 88 or 89%.... so which is good for scoring..i will give jee in 2016...state board or cbse

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  55. One thing I was longing to ask you... Did you have an excellent record of academics till your high school? I mean were you able to clear Olympiads till your 10th or is it that you jumped up only in your 11th

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    1. i also have the same question. Were you a good student till 10th or improved yourself in 11th?

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  56. hey, i'm a JEE 2016 aspirant..my classes at school have started and i dont feel like attending them..they seem to be a total waste of time..i'm good at studies and i'm performing well at my coaching.Should i consider joining a non-attending school?please tell me the pros and cons of joining non-attending ,and were there any problems you faced while preparing for boards or giving the practicals?

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  58. hey! i am going to give 2017 jee.... i think it will be better to start proper preparations from class 11.. but i was not so serious about PCM in class 9.. i scored fine cgpa but i think my basics are not so good in them.. i'll do every chapter of 10 very properly with all my basics clear... but can you tell me that what chapters of class 9 should i redo??? my summer breaks are coming and i will have a plenty of time to do all them... pls tell me as i want to be fully prepared and do not want to face hardships while i start my serious preparations for jee

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    1. redo the physics chapter, mole concept, atomic wieght and entire maths.

      Prepare 9th and 10 well as I saw some 10th class questions in JEE mains. I am not saying to study day and night, just ensure concepts are clear

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  59. Can u give me The best coaching class and what about NCERT or CBSE SCHOOL WHAT SHOULD I JOIN RECOMMENDED

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  60. Aman, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this post. I am in 11th and want to clear KVPY. Please can you tell how to prepare for it.

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  61. Hi Aman I don't know where else to post it but i am a repeater for jee 2015? what shud be basic stratergy for me? i don't want any spoon feeding tips just the important things to take care of.

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  62. Fiitjee or jee experts ? Wats ur opinion?

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  63. Hi Aman!
    I started reading your blog a week ago and found that you took a 2 year classroom programme at FIITJEE kanpur. You were also given 65% off in tuition
    Can u pls tell me the syllabus of admission test in FITJEE for class XI as i am planning to go for it next year
    right now i am in X
    will R D sharma and H C verma enough for maths and physics in that test of class XI

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  64. hi! i am mayur and my father is in air force.We are transferred to kanpur and we are going there in july .My parents are not convinced to allow me to join dummy school so i have to take admission in kendriya vidyalaya of kanpur chakeri.I have also made up my mind to join fiitjee batch of july .

    So how can i manage time between these two?

    And also can i cover the whole syllabus of jee if i start studying seriously for it from july?

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  65. Bhaiya if you couldn't solve a problem then did you approach your teachers or did you attempt it till you found it's solution please help.
    Jee2016 aspirant

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  66. How did kaysons helped you? How did you study from it ...is the study material really helpful?

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  67. Im preparing for Jee 16 and joined a dummy school. My classes say that they are going to finish our Syllabus for Jee by August or November but i think that its is a little late. So pls suggest by what time shud i complete my syllabus for Jee so as to get ample of time for Revision and Solving past year papers. I want to secure a rank ranging from 2-digit to 300..
    And shud i go with coaching only or carry on NCERT simultaneously..?? pls tell

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  69. Aman Bhaiya,
    I have joined in for an integrated program for the next 2 years in Pace Institute in Bombay ( am in X class). Is my decision correct, will I be able to give my complete time to the IIT preparation?

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  71. first of all,thx a lot fr all this..its really hlping..
    i dont know whether i am asking this in the rgt title..plz forivr
    i am a jee 2016 asp..and so most of my classes are being lost..i find a little bit difficulty in cs...so plz recommend me any video tutorial (only c++ needed) wth
    tons of examples to get gng fr borads too... :)

    only basic cnpts explained deeply are needed..like arrays,looping constructs,functions..structures ..kind of basics..
    plz provide the url.. :)

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    1. Stop being lame. He isn't an online tutor, c'mon.

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    2. nailed it dude!
      well said =D
      I'm happy to see you here :)

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  72. can i get good marks in 12 exams by taking dummy admission?

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  73. I am going to FIITJEE classes since April, 2014. The faculties are teaching 11th topics like- Straight Line, Differentiation, Vectors, Stiochiometry, Double Titration. I have to go 4 days a week (Sat. Sunday for 10th and 2 days for 11th)from 4:00pm to 7:45pm and It takes almost 2 hours in travelling to FIITJEE and my house.
    My 10th board exam is going to be held in last week of February, 2015.
    So, I am taking FIITJEE lightly and neglected to study these topics so that I could manage Board Exam. I am thinking that I will cover these topics after the board exam. I am doing right or wrong?
    I am selected in 2nd level National Science Olympiad which will be held on 15 Feb.

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  74. I am surprised! You are the creator of Tank Shooting Game(Pocket Tanks)?

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  75. Plzz suggest best books for pcm in class 9 plzzzz for jee plzzz

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  76. bhaiya, u are very much like me except the brains part ;( !
    i mean 33 omg!

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  77. Your blog is amazing...
    I just wanna ask that what should i choose as my additional subject in class 11
    (Physical education / information practices) because i am very interested in operating computer systems but for getting time for preparation for IIT-JEE many had recommended me to choose physical education...
    What should i choose???? Please help me.....

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  78. i am entering class 11.after my class 10 board exams i will have 2 months free and i want to make the most out of it.should i start with class 11 and 12 ncert pcm and finish them or should i go for hc verma, rd sharma,etc.pls help

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  79. Aman can u pls suggest me a dummy school in delhi

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  80. I am nikhil pls if anyone else hv any suggestion abt dummy school in delhi prefably east dwlhi pls drop me a email at ng1998@gmail.com

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  81. hello aman,
    I am a class XI student, who wll be goin to class XII in march next month, and I would be giving the JEE in 2016.
    Well, i just read ur blog and some other blogs too..they are too good.
    I just want to thank u for motivating me again for JEE. [not this article particularly, there was another article i read :) ]
    Thanks a lot !! :)

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  82. i have a long vacation from april till july . i want to know on which subjects or on which topics should i focus . PLEASE help me.

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  84. hii , i have jst nw finished my 10 cbse board exam, i want to get a good jee rank. bt iam interested to continue my passion like dance nd join a good college bt my sis nd mom r telling me to leve all the activities nd join allen if i want to study for jee mains. please suggest me wt shud i do

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  85. I am a jee 2017 aspirant. I already have got halliday resnick for physics. Do i need to study hc verma also?

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  86. I am from ICSE should I also read NCERT

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  87. the blog was really helpful.......actually i am also from kanpur and seeking for a good coaching center for iit preparation.i am an average student and an 2017 aspirant .there is a confusion that whether to go to kota or to fitjee(as currently it is the best in kanpur).....i have given the entrance of fitjee kanpur and cleared it too................please suggest the best option soon

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  88. brother,i am busy studying for 2015 jee advanced and is in serious need of solutions of akash success magnet in physics as i am solely dependent on self studies.so do tell me the best possible answer to my problem as soon as possible.it will be a great help....

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  89. Aman bhaiya,from which book did you study the theory part?The books you have mentioned in the blog or your fiitjee books?

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  90. i get 305 marks but now i am a big tension how i manage for advenced

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  91. hello bhaiya iam bhavana of class 12.iam doing schooling and tuition both bt problem is dat i am unable to nanage the tym for both x1revision and class 12 preparation.i am aspiring for iit jee.plz help me ot if it.

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  92. I am in class 11, presently in kota. I used to believe that i am very good in maths but here in kota i feel like i lack in basic knowledge of maths.I can understand what teacher is teaching but when i am doing my homework i get stuck on simple problems which my batchmates can solve. Every thing that is being taught feels completely new to me. Will i get over this problem over time or can you suggest me some books that will help me.

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    1. I was in Icse board before coming to kota. But the students here are mostly from Cbse

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  93. Great great thanks bhaiya for posting about your experiences. It itself motivates a lot.

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  94. Hi Aman. I am a state board student and i've just started my 12th std. I am a part of FIITJEE's classroom program. I have'nt started to learn my 11th std portions. Currently, i am concentrating on the 12th portions that are being taken. My parents are forcing me to join a tuition for my 12th std boards. I find that if i learn for 3 hours a day , i am able to score descent marks. Aman, please suggest me a way as to how i should start my 11th preparation , and should i join a tuition for my boards? Please reply...

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  95. Hlw.. i m a cls 10 student nd want to b a future IITian. But i hv no idea when to start preparation when are the exams for enterance nd all.. plz help me out.

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  96. One of my teacher told me that if you do all the packages and cpps of the iit coaching, it'll be enough for cracking iit.many students are not able to do even this .Is it true and enough?

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  97. hi aman I am in class 12 and would give IIT jee 2016. I am doing solved examples only during my initial preparation for pcm and I am keeping the unsolved ones for revision . is my strategy correct . plzzzzz reply soon

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  98. Hi Aman. I am a jee 2017 aspirant. I got my 10th results today. I scored a perfect CGPA. But I am not feeling so good about it. I tend to waste my time a lot and not work hard. As a result I have many backlogs in my preparation. Everyone else in my coaching is working so hard that it scares me. I feel depressed that jee is not for me. Please can you suggest me what to do? I cannot face my parents if I don't get selected in IIT.

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  99. Please tell me if u faced any problem during your 12th board practicals as I am considering to opt for dummy school. Thank you in advance.

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    1. No idea.
      I discourage school + JEE personally
      Use your own discretion

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  101. How was your boards result after you opted for dummy school and what was your basic strategy in class 11. Can I pursue for personal coaching instead of institutions like fitjee and resonance in class 11 for creating a perfect base

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    1. CBSE 2013: 93.6%
      Physics: 100/100
      Chemistry: 99/100
      Maths: 95/100

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  102. Please sir, reply so that I can clear my confusions.

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  104. Out of resonance or fiitjee, which institute have best study material for preparaton of JEE 2017?

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  105. Reply me fast aman bhaiya bcoz i have to take this in 2 or 3 days.
    I also want to know that along with this any books are also required for preparation of JEE.

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  106. hi Aman bhai my question is that should I study for jee even when school exams are on . I am in isc board in class 12 . my school takes 5 exams before boards . plzzzzz answer as this is just my second question to you . you did not answer the first one . plzzzz mere bade bhai answer jar dena

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  107. KIARA ( IIT-JEE 2017 aspirant)
    hello bhaiya,
    Help me out, i'm actually messed up.i am truly determined to get into IIT . i jst moved to class 11.I actually joined JEE coaching in nagpur but couldn't adjust there so i am back in chandrapur where i joined a local coaching which had already begun since mid-april and took admission at a regular cbse school and i'll be out of home from 7;30AM-.6:30PM(schl+coaching).There's no dummy school in chandrapur. Reading ur blog my mind is clouded with second thoughts. I've already lost precious 2 months and have no idea for any further step. is my damn decision to select cbse regular schl correct??? how should i manage my time with everyone else ahead of me??? and should i obt for any kind of DLPs or online classes/ material(like meritnation)???
    plz help me out....I've already made many mistakes.....my career is in jeopardy.....

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  108. Hey Aman,
    Are the exercises in ncert books- PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY important from jee advanced point of view??

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  109. Aman bhai mera bhi question answer kar do

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  110. awesome blog ..highly motivated..
    thanks

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  111. awesome blog ..highly motivated..
    thanks

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  112. hi...I am studying in class 9...as we are located in a remote area no coaching facilities are available here....can I rely only upon correspondence course and self study for cracking IIT JEE

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  113. hello sir , im a class 11 student and i have not studied in these initial 3 months if i start working hard now will i be able to nail a rank as good as yours ?


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  114. hello sir , im a class 11 student and i have not studied in these initial 3 months if i start working hard now will i be able to nail a rank as good as yours ?


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  115. Bhaiya plz help!!!
    Even I have hungry to crack jee with flying colours,but school is acting as a hurdle in my preparation.
    Plz tell,,After joining a dummy school,make you isolated or cut of from world.
    For the same reason my parents aren't convinced for me joining a dummy school.
    I know my potential (Holidays study timings 8-9 hrs min.)
    They want someone experienced to get convinced with the same fact that joining this school will act as a moral booster in my preparation(as I think).
    So please I want your own words in reply in order not to convince any1 but just to share some experience.
    Plz help bhaiyya
    JEE ASPIRANT.

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    1. Please suggest bhaiyya
      Admissions will last till 18 July.

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    2. I've added a post regarding this
      Here is the link: http://amangoeliitb.blogspot.de/2015/07/dummy-school-or-not.html
      Should help you :)

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  116. hi Aman plzzzz tell me by what month my jee syllabus should finish . preparing for jee 2016 . plzzzz keep in mind that I am in isc board.

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  117. Aman bhaiya u said u went to a non attending school.So,did u have to go to school to attend practical classes?Or did u used to attend unit test ,semesters etc?In what sense do u say non atternding school?

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  118. I myself go to dps ruby park kolkata where they have a school integrated program with Vidyamandir classes.Instead of normal classes,all our periods r for iit jee.Then is there any need for me to be frequently absent??

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  120. I GO TO aakash amritsar centre for jee coaching after two months now i feel that the faculty of the institute is not so good .now im thinking to join fiitjee next year for 1 year program this would be a good option or not

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  121. i have to do all NCRT qustions in exeplare like short and long qustions ia studing in kmiit academy

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  122. i have to do all NCRT qustions in exeplare like short and long qustions ia studing in kmiit academy

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  123. i actually ready for engineering entrance exams, it had been logical on behalf of me to suppose within the e-education sector

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  124. Hi aman I am a fiitjee student and I go to school also plz help me i am manage time btwn the2

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  125. attendance is so important in class 11 and 12th

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  126. bro i am in 10 how should i study in 10 to get a decent rank?

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  127. MR AMAN ,
    YOUR BLOG IS VERY INTERESTING, WHAT IS YOUR OPINION ABOUT PRADEEP SERIES PHYSICS IT IS SIMILAR TO NCERT . TO START WITH IS IT GOOD

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  128. Hello a man Blaina. I am aiming for jee 2017.i have joined coaching and they have completed almost 3 chapters per subject. I am confident in only a few of them like atomic structure, kinematics, nlm. They keep on giving us assignments and max time goes into it. I am not finding time for revision of things taught everyday as i have some or other submission the next day. Also iI am finding iI difficult to cover up up the backlog of previous chapter. As if the backlog wasn't enough my mum keeps pestering me to run ahead and complete chapters that have not even started in my coaching. Add to it the pressure of college exams. She doesn't even let me sleep for more than 5 hrs. All this is leading to my low marks in weekly tests and i am losing motivation. The coaching tells us to do self study for not less than 10hrs. And with all these things i hardly find 2-3 hrs. I sincerely need help to come out of this mess.

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  129. hello sir . i want to ask you that how did you prepared for 11 , 12 and iit together in 2 years?

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  130. Do you used smartphones or internet before 12th and jee

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    3. If I do not get admit in FIITJEE or pathfinder or any other institutions then can I get good marks in jee?

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  131. I am a class 9 student aiming for IIT-JEE 2019.I have attended FIITJEE's bigbang admission test but only got 10% waiver.please help me out i really want to pursue cse in a good IIT.I lack guidance.please tell me how and what i should be preparing now.

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  132. Can i get ur gmail id??
    Need to talk to for advise!!!
    Im in 12 class currently and would be giving iit in 2016


    My id-shrajaljain3@gmail.com

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  133. Sir,i am an iit jee 2017 aspirant amd is in dilemma of joining dummy schools or not along with coaching classes.Please guide me.

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  134. Aman bhaiya on one question of Quora you said that you were an average student. But here you say that average students should not leave school.Then why had you left school? and please tell if really you were an average student? You got such a good rank and i also consider myself average then i can also get a good rank like you by working hard/

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  135. Aman bhaiya on one question of Quora you said that you were an average student. But here you say that average students should not leave school.Then why had you left school? and please tell if really you were an average student? You got such a good rank and i also consider myself average then i can also get a good rank like you by working hard/

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  136. Hi..I am Aditya
    I wanted to ask how much time (of the whole time you studied)did you give to read theory and how much to solving problems?
    Especially for maths and physics..
    Did you read your class notes or textbooks??
    And once a chapter is done ..how did you revise...by solving questions or reading notes..??
    Thank you

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  137. I am a CLASS 9 student aiming for IIT-JEE 2019.I have attended FIITJEE's bigbang admission test but only got 10% WAIVER.Please help me out I really want to pursue CSE in a good IIT.I lack guidance.Please tell me how and what i should be preparing now.

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  138. Hello I am in std 11 and preparing for JEE mains. Im that mediorcre average student aiming for NIT/VIT. So how should I go about it i.e is a time table? I go to a legimate school not dummy so school is an obstacle(morning 7- 3.30 pm, back home by 5) Need Help. thanks in advance

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  139. Hi Aman
    I wanted to ask you that did you do all the books that you have mentioned in your blog for all the chapters?

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  140. Wow....dats grt stuff...I m lucky ...I m in nine and aspiring for IIT...thanx

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  142. Hello Aman , I am a student of class 9th. i have been aiming for SAT all this time but I want to try IIT JEE also as the course is all most the same. I have been following your posts at quora and this blog as well they were really helpful. My strong sections are mental ability and chemistry and i am weak at maths and physics. If you could tell me about how should I clear my basics at science and maths and the books that I should refer and it will be good if u helped me in planning my study schedule ( I am not in a dummy school ). is this the right time to start or i am late ? i am not usually diverted so which place should i prefer kota/delhi( because i live in a small town so facilities are not so good ) , also i had many doubts so is there any way that we can talk in like email or anything else ( if you have time ) because i really need your help . waiting for your reply .

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  143. Books For Class X- Get the complete collection of all subjects either of english,,maths,science and other cbse solved books of Class X at the good price.

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  144. Hello, i am currently in class 10th and have completed the 10th syllabus , so i wanted to know that should i start doing 11th ncert books from january onwards or should i do it from april?

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  145. Hey please i am in a great need to talk with a person like u please can i call u?? I want to talk to u Can i get your phone no. Please i beg u for this

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  146. Hlo bhaiya...
    I am in cls 10 and i am thinking to buy these books for iit preparation
    Physics:Hc verma and irodov
    Maths:Tmh
    Chemistry:Solomons and fryhle by ms chauhan for organic,jd lee for inorganic and Rc mukherjee for physical and i have 33 years chapterwise question book of arihant of each subject....
    Is they are enough any changes plsss tell me pls

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  147. hey bhaiya..
    i am class 10..
    i would like to ask u would it be necessary to do all the questions from RD Sharma(11-12) or just a few questions of the same type would suffice the need as i heard that RD sharma has a large no. of questions which are of a single type

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