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Tips for Class 11th Students by NV Sir How to Crack JEE Exam

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Tips for Class 11th Students from NV Sir to Crack JEE Exam

A huge difference comes in the study pattern when a student is promoted to class XI and will be applying for JEE exam. Most students face problems cooperating with the schedule, classes and understanding the concepts due to improper strategies. But knowing from an expert who secured good rank and has experience of teaching for years is always beneficial. So, here are some tips from Nitin Vijay Sir which will make the dream come true of qualifying for JEE exam in the first attempt.

The basic principle of understanding

There are 5 activities that should be implemented by students appearing for JEE exam 2024 to assure their selection into the top engineering colleges. The first step is learning from NCERT, offline and online lectures, followed by practicing the topics mentioned in the JEE syllabus. There are various useful resources such as DPPs, NCERT questions, previous years’ question papers, mock tests and practice sheets. Aspirants must also examine their preparations by solving quizzes, online and offline test papers based on the JEE exam paper pattern.

However, just (just in case definition) giving and solving papers will not lead you anywhere until you don’t know the root cause of where you are lagging in. Therefore, it is essential to analyse the performance through the performance report. This report must include a detailed analysis of time (race against time phrase meaning) consumed, accuracy and the level of difficult questions you are able to solve. And the last step for a better understanding is to revise important questions, short notes and new questions.

Daily schedule

According to Nitin Vijay (NV Sir), the time an applicant spends in preparation plays a crucial role in their selection chances. One must ensure to at least invest 12 hours total every day for JEE exam preparations. Divide these 12 hours in such a way that includes 4.5 hours of learning and 7.5 hours of practicing Physics, Chemistry and Maths. You can find the entire schedule for 6 days here.

Planning for the next 8 weeks

Just stay consistent for the upcoming 8 months and you will figure out an optimistic change in your performance. If students stick to the schedule and strictly follow it, they won’t face trouble completing the JEE Main and Advanced syllabus. Keep chapter-wise target to utilize the time clearing your concepts and learning. By the end of these 8 weeks, you will not only discover an increase in your speed but also be able to complete tasks accurately. Your problem-solving should reach up to 30 questions per hour in organic and inorganic chemistry and 20 questions per hour in maths, physics, and physical chemistry.

If you are unable to achieve this target, that may be due to your carefree behavior or slow speed. But you don’t need to worry! Try to achieve the target in the upcoming weeks as it is not a loss until you give up.

Monitoring Charts

Prepare 3 monitoring charts, first to track your learning progress. In the learning monitoring chart, enter how many hours you have studied one particular day. The second chart is to evaluate your practice and mark if completed the questions set for the day. The last chart is to keep an eye on your target and mention ‘yes’ or ‘no’ in this chart when the target is complete or left incomplete.

Sunday

In the period of 8 weeks, there will be 8 Sundays coming in between, so here is how you can make Sunday a fun day. Only study for 5 hours and relax the whole day. Give two tests of 3 hours and 2 hours in the first four weeks Sunday. The next 4 Sundays can be utilized by strengthening your weak topics in five hours of study.

Equal time distribution

Nitin Vijay Sir has noticed students spending the most time on one subject which they like and avoiding covering the topics which attract them the least. But do note this leads to a drop in your performance. The examiner can set JEE exam paper from any part of the prescribed syllabus. Thus, don’t make the mistake of being biased with respect to the subjects. Always distribute and give equal time to Physics, Chemistry and Maths during preparations.

Points to remember

  1. Do not compromise your health and take (take with a grain of salt idiom synonym) good care of yourself.
  2. Maintain all three monitoring charts.
  3. Stick to the strategy.
  4. Ensure to maintain regularity.

FAQs

Q1. Who is NV Sir in Kota?

Ans. Nitin Vijay Sir is popularly known as NV Sir and Physics Guru among students. He cleared IIT-JEE and completed his B.Tech from IIT-BHU in 2007.

Q2. What is the syllabus for the IIT entrance exam?

Ans. Students preparing for JEE exam need to focus on the concepts of Physics, Chemistry, and Maths. Click to download the JEE Main Syllabus and JEE Advanced syllabus.

Q3. Where does NV Sir teach in Kota?

Ans. Nitin Vijay (NV Sir) is the senior faculty of Physics at Motion, also the Founder and CEO of Motion Education Kota.

Q4. Can I prepare for JEE with the 11th class?

Ans. The concepts of the 11th class are useful to solve questions of JEE exam. Hence, the best way to prepare for JEE exam is to start focusing on it from the 11th class itself.

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3 Comments

  1. Gaston Morcos

    June 12, 2022 at 6:17 pm

    thanks for the read

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  2. Fritz Kuckens

    June 14, 2022 at 6:15 am

    well written content

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  3. Suzette Cham

    June 18, 2022 at 3:55 am

    Thanks for the share

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