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how to prepare for entrance exam give some important tips and tricks.

Noori sana 16th Sep, 2019
Hello,


Jee is considered one of the toughest exams of India.
First if all Just start with the syllabus
1. Analyse the syllabus wholly.
2. Highlight the topics which you haven't read yet, and start with them.
3. Make a routine and divide the timing for the three subjects.
4. If you are in 11th, everything would seem to be very new to you. So start with a basic book, I would suggest for the very recommended NCERT for physics and chemistry.
For maths, practice from R.D Sharma or RS Agarwal.
and then further refer the standard books.
5. After completion of every chapter, you practice the DDP and study material of any good coaching or else, practice previous years questions is also important.

For physucs, i would recommend you to study and practice D.C Pandey.
For chemistry, ncert +RC Mukherje(physical) , I think that would be enough .

After, completing your syllabus, probably in the month of December, start giving test series of a good institute or may be online as there are so many online source.

Follow the link for tips and guide regarding JEE preparation :

https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-main-preparation-tips
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what is jee main & jee advance

Shivam kumar 15th Sep, 2019

Hey there

JEE mains is an exam conducted two times in a year previously once. This exam is conducted for admissions into nits, iiits, gftis and many more engineering colleges in India. It has got two papers one for BTech and other for architecture. One who qualify JEE mains are allowed to sit in JEE advanced which is one of the toughest exam in the world and if you clear the exam you will have chance to get admission into iits, IISC, iist etc.

Check about JEE mains

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://engineering.careers360.com/exams/jee-main&ved=2ahUKEwjyztLdktPkAhUc63MBHSSNA8gQFjAAegQIARAB&usg=AOvVaw1k3rMyr-Osb0qy4gsPfOaR


Check about JEE advanced

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://engineering.careers360.com/exams/jee-advanced&ved=2ahUKEwin_JzhktPkAhVv_XMBHVZwB3UQFjAAegQIAhAB&usg=AOvVaw27auQU717YYuHGYaNfL5SD

Good luck

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what is the required marks in JEE Main 2020 to be select for JEE Advanced and what is the required marks to get place in IIT through JEE Advanced?

Jprakash 14th Sep, 2019

Hello Sir

How can we know the cutoff for future. You must know that exam is in Month of April and from then only we can know the 2020 cutoff that too category wise.

But if you consider 2019 trend then to be on a safer side you must score 85-90+ to qualify.

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i appear JEE advanced for the first time in 2019 but i passed 12th in 2018 (not qualified for advanced) Can i appear for JEE advanced 2020?

Yogesh Katre 14th Sep, 2019
Hey!There
Candidate can appear in JEE ADVANCE for maximum of two attempt in two consecutive years..But it also mention that candidate should have appeared in class 12th either in 2019 or 2020.And if I am not wrong,you can appear in JEE ADVANCE as you have appeared only first time, Candidate can appear for two consecutive years..
Ask if any query
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I am an IB diploma holder with the following subjects (maths, physics, computer science, economics and lang. I am studying the chemistry and have found out that I am elligible to give JEE but am I elligible for admission to Indian Engineering Colleges?

Aashrit Garg 14th Sep, 2019

Dear students,

Up-and-comers probably passed Diploma in Engineering and Technology and verified at least 50 % total imprints (for General class) and at any rate 45% total imprints (for saved/in reverse classification/Persons with Disability) having a place with Maharashtra State as it were.

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Final year or pass out diploma holder are eligible for jee mains and jee advance

surya bhy 13th Sep, 2019

Hello Surya,

Yes, Diploma Holders are eligible for JEE mains and Jee advanced. However, you will not be given scorecard of Jee mains or allotted colleges through it. That is, you are not eligible for NITs, CFTIs etc. Jee mains will be a gateway to jee advanced for you.

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sir I am diploma holder. so I am eligible for jeemains and jee advance.

surya bhy 13th Sep, 2019

Hello Surya,

Yes, diploma holders can appear for Jee mains and advanced, but you will not get any college through the JEE Mains, you can only get colleges through the JEE advanced. You will not get your scorecard of JEE MAINS, for you, it will only be a gateway to Jee advanced.

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I am studying in class 9th ICSE BOARD.I want to prepare for IIT JEE and NTSE exams also.but the problem is that the IIT pattern and NTSE patterm is of CBSE PATTERN and I Am in ICSE BOARD. PLZ TELL ME WAHT I SHOULD DO TO CLEAR IIT MY PARENTS say please focus on your board as ICSE syllabus is very mu

NISHCHAL SRIVASTAVA 12th Sep, 2019
Hello,


I want you to understand one thing that sometimes rushing towards goal is dangerous because in this way its very much possible that you may create a sense of burden and pressure in yourself so don't panic.I have seen lot of aspirant who cracked IIT jee in just preparing from class 12 and i have also seen aspirants who started preparing from class 9th itself and weren't able to make in 1st, 2nd or even 3rd attempt.There is no need for rush as you will have plenty of time and opportunity and if you will have determination then you will surely get it done.
Indeed your parents are right that currently you should focus on your boards and try to score good marks in that.
Now this in brief how you can prepare for JEE:
Just start with the syllabus
1. Analyse the syllabus wholly.
2. Highlight the topics which you haven't read yet, and start with them.
3. Make a routine and divide the timing for the three subjects.
4. When you will be in 11th, everything would seem to be very new to you. So start with a basic book, I would suggest for the very recommended NCERT  for physics and chemistry.
For maths, practice from R.D Sharma or RS Agarwal.
5. After completion of every chapter, you must practice the DDP and study material of any good coaching or else, practice previous years questions.
For physics, i would recommend you to study and practice D.C Pandey.
For chem, ncert +RC Mukherjee(physical) , I think that would be enough .

After, completing your syllabus, probably in the month of Dec, start giving me test series of a good institute.

Remember, consistency+ hard work is all what you require to crack any exam.

I hope this helps.
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did all pwd student got into NITs? above 5692 Pwd candidates

Ish.Mhjn 11th Sep, 2019
Hello ish,
The pwd- person with disabilities has special reservation in the jee main examination about 3% Will be allocated to them in NITs
The cut off for them also will be very low so probability of getting seat in high for merit but not for all
All the best

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