JEE Main 2020 Topper Interview: Parth Dwivedi - “Consistent hard work leads to success”
JEE Main 2020 Topper Interview - Parth Dwivedi (100 Percentile): Parth Dwivedi is one of those 9 students who secured 100 percentile in JEE Main 2020 Paper 1. Initially shocked upon knowing his JEE Main result, Parth has secured 100 marks in Mathematics, 96 marks in Physics, and 96 marks in Chemistry. Consistently working hard to achieve success, Parth started off his IIT dream from 11th standard by commencing his preparation. For him, his father has always been an inspiration. A student of Allen Institute, Parth believes that his teachers helped him a lot to achieve his success. Much satisfied with his scores, this JEE Main topper is now preparing to appear for JEE Advanced. Careers360 presents a JEE Main 2020 topper interview, Parth Dwivedi in which he specifies his secrets to his success.
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Careers360: Congratulations on your performance in JEE Main 2020! What was your reaction upon knowing your score?
Parth: Thank You!! I got to know the result at around 10:30 PM when my sir called me. I didn’t even know that the JEE Main 2020 result was out, I was in a state of shock. I was confirming with everyone if the result were actually out. I myself tried to check the result but the site was crashing.
Careers360: Tell us something about yourself. Which board have you studied under? Which school have you studied in?
Parth: Up to class 10th, I did my schooling from Hartmann College, Bareilly, ICSE Board. After 10th, I was in Disha Delphi Public School, Kota with CBSE Board.
Careers360: What is your percentile score in JEE Main 2020? What's your score in Physics, Maths and Chemistry?
Parth: I scored 96 marks in Physics, 96 marks in Chemistry, and 100 marks in Mathematics.
Careers360: Why do you want to study engineering? When did you decide to study engineering? Which branch would you be interested in? Any reason?
Parth: Well, my father is an IITian. He has always been my inspiration and I want to follow his path. I haven’t decided on my branch yet but I think I’ll opt for Computer Science.
Careers360: When did you start your JEE Main preparation? Tell us something about your preparation strategy and daily routine for JEE Main?
Parth: I started aiming for admission in IIT when I was in class 11th. Since then, I worked towards three things:
As far as my day to day routine goes, I wake up at 7. After that, I attend my classes till 1 in the afternoon and then at around 4, I prefer self-study. Maintaining a cool mind and calm temperament were my strategies. Also, I prefer attempting Chemistry first, then Mathematics, and finally Physics.
Careers360: Did you face any difficulties since the examination was conducted completely in computer-based mode?
Parth: Personally, I found computer-based mode to be much easier and much better than offline paper mode. We save a lot of time by not filling the OMR sheet. I believe that this is a nice initiative.
Careers360: Was there a difference in the preparation strategy in the last months of JEE Main considering that the board exams are also coming up? How did you manage preparation for both?
Parth: I followed the same routine. But a week before the exam, I concentrated on calming my mind. I became extremely relaxed.
Careers360: Did you take coaching for JEE Main and if yes from where? What are the benefits of coaching according to you?
Parth: Yes, I attended coaching classes at Allen Institute. I think teachers in the coaching centres know the exam in a much better way. They were able to help me a lot.
Careers360: JEE Main sample papers and mock tests – how extensively did you practise with the help of these? Do you think practising from the previous year papers help and how?
Parth: Yes, I solved many mock tests before the exam. It helped me a lot and also taught me time management.
Careers360: Are there any special books that you feel have helped with your JEE Main preparation? Are the school textbooks adequate for preparing for JEE Main and Class XII?
Parth: Yes, I solved Physics questions from HC Verma and I.E. Irodov. For Mathematics and Chemistry, I preferred NCERT. I believe that if someone has done NCERT, he or she can secure a good rank.
Careers360: Did you face any problems during the JEE Main examination?
Parth: Yes, I faced small hindrances while giving the examination such as the computers were a bit slow and a scroll of the mouse was not working.
Careers360: Which subject was the easiest and which was the toughest in JEE Main? What do you think is a tough thing to manage during the JEE Main exam?
Parth: I found Maths was the easiest section and Physics was on a tougher side. Chemistry was moderate. There were some questions in Chemistry that I wasn’t able to solve at the first try. Overall, everything went smoothly.
Careers360: What do you think are the key factors behind your stupendous success in JEE Main?
Parth: The journey of preparing for JEE main was like a marathon. You have to keep on working hard. You can not prepare it in a couple of days. Consistent hard work and not neglecting any subject is extremely important. This is because neglecting any subject will lead to lack of confidence.
Careers360: Will you be appearing for the April session of JEE Main 2020 too?
Parth: No, I will not be appearing for JEE Main 2020 April session.
Careers360: How did you de-stress yourself during the preparation? What are your hobbies? How often could you pursue them?
Parth: To de-stress myself, I used to take small breaks. During the breaks, I used to play Guitar and play Table Tennis.
Careers360: Who is your ideal or biggest inspiration in life and why?
Parth: My parent(s) are my biggest inspiration. I want to be like them.
Careers360: You know you are an inspiration to thousands of students across the country. Do you have any message for future aspirants on tackling the JEE Main exam?
Parth: I would like to say that I will keep working hard. It doesn't matter if you have succeeded or not. Failures will come. How you deal with the failures is what matters. Most of the problems are not external but it’s our mind that makes the problems much bigger than they are.
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Nit kurukshetra admision is done through JEE main for btech course. The minimum percentile required for getting into this college with home state quota and OBC category, is 94 percentile i.e. minimum 170+ marks for CSE branch. This time exam is conducted in four phase . The best among the all will be counted.
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will this time also aktu college will be provided with jee mains result?
Yes now only JEE-Main will be accepted as an entrance examination for admission to engineering courses of AKTU, because since last year the UPSEE has been scrapped and only JEE-Main score is now used for admission.
For JEE-Main 2022 till now there is no any information so at this moment it would be too early to say any exact date about JEE-Main 2022 but to give you an idea, if everything goes normally then we can expect JEE-Main 2022 application to get started by the end of January 2022 but nothing is announced officially yet.
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As you are preparing for JEE-Main 2022 so I am enlisting down some best books for your preparation which you can use for your preparation :-
Concepts of Physics-H. C. Verma
Fundamentals of Physics-Halliday, Resnick and Walker
Problems in General Physics-I. E. Irodov
University Physics-Freedman and Young
Understanding JEE physics series-DC Pandey
Problem In Physics-SS Krotov
Higher Algebra-Hall and Knight
Coordinate Geometry-S.L. Loney
Differential and Integral Calculus-N. Piskunov
Calculus and Analytic Geometry-Thomas and Finney
IIT Mathematics for JEE Main & Advanced-M.L. Khanna
Course in Mathematics for IIT-JEE-Tata McGraw Hill publication
Problems Plus in IIT Mathematics-A Das Gupta
Trigonometry-S L Loney
Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations-RC Mukherjee
Organic Chemistry-Solomons and Fryhle
Concise Inorganic-J. D. Lee
Organic Chemistry-Morrison and Boyd
University Chemistry-Freedman and Young
Physical Chemistry-N Awasthi
Arihant's Practice Book Chemistry for JEE Main And Advanced-R.K Gupta
You can also check out the JEE-Main knockout package for preparation of JEE-Main 2022 from the link given below :-
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I had appeared in JEE mains 2021 and finally drop with percentile 93 last year. But in jee form my DOB was wrongly filled by us, how to change correct DOB in 2022 jee mains form.
Two sessions of JEE main examination has no interrelation between them. So you can easily make corrections to your date of birth while registering for the 2022 JEE main session. The examination will be conducted in four phases most likely in March, April, May and June the forms for which are expected to release by February. Once the form are released you can visit the official website of national testing agency and fill the form.
To know more about it in detail, visit https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-main-2022
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what percentile can i accept at 90 marks in jee mains 2022
Hope you are doing good.
The Joint entrance exam Mains is the exam that gives you entry to the National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), and IITs.
So, if you are expecting 93.4712312797351 - 94.7494792463808 marks in JEE mains then you can expect around 93-94 percentile in JEE Mains.
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What can i except at 90 marks in jee 2022
For your kind information I want to tell you that marks doesn't matter in joint entrance examination as your admission to any specific college totally e-waste upon your percentile and that's changes every year with the number of students appearing in the particular session of the exam.
But if I tell you generally then getting 90 marks is not very good and not very bad because at this you can easily expect 80 to 85 percentile of marks and that's a very decent score.
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