HOW TO CRACK IIT JEE by sumitsagar9430


									                            Joint Entrance Exam-IIT-JEE is national level entrance exam
Indian Institute of Technology-
conducted for all IITs of the country. Every year a large number of aspirants appear in
this exam to test their fate. As the seats are limited and large numbers of students are
participating in this exam every year, the level of competition is really high. There are
almost 9500 seats in all the IITs across the country, and lakhs of students fight for these
limited seats.
To secure a seat in one of the IITs of the country students should be well prepared. All
the students should understand the complexity of the exam to excel. IITs are considered
to be the top engineering colleges of the nation. They offer world class education to
students which are globally acclaimed. To crack this toughest exam here are some
useful tips:

   Always start preparing from 'Basics' because it is really important to have a good base for a right foundation.
   Never prefer solutions of questions before giving good attempt to the question. Try to solve the problem till
    you exhausted, always give a second or third attempt to the problem before moving to solution page.
   Do not leave the question in middle. Never jump from one question to another in hurry. Lots of students
    practice questions without attempting it fully.
   Always try a question with Conceptual Approach, do not just read the question and start solving it without
    realising the points that what is being asked in the question.
   Divide your time well for your preparation of boards and for your IIT-JEE. So you will not miss anything. Time
    management is really important to do well in this exam.
   Always keep the syllabus with you, before preparing the new topic look at the syllabus first.
   Always try to solve 50-60 problems on per topic or chapter, but try to solve the quality problems which need
    different applications and concepts to solve the problem.
   Make your own strategy to crack the exam, rather then following others.
   Try to learn the fundamentals of the concepts rather then memorising the concepts.
   Always practice previous year's papers; it will give you the idea about the type of questions asked in the
    exam, and the level of difficulty of the questions.
   Always remember that time is really important factor for every exam. Try to finish your paper well before time,
    so that you will get time to review your answers.

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