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(Last edited: Sunday, 21 November 2010, 03:19 AM)
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We have the approximate % marks vs. rank graph (refer this ). When you appear for the test, you are given % marks besides other things. Since, the difficulty level of our tests is at par with IIT JEE the % marks obtained in our test would be direct indicator of your performance as you compare it with the graph.
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(Last edited: Sunday, 21 November 2010, 04:25 AM)
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It depends on the contents of the class like video, audio, slides etc. But, to give you a rough idea, the average size for the recordings till now can be taken as 10 MB approx. For the current classes, video (webcam) use is on the rise and while the average size can be taken as 30 MB approx. for these, if video is used substantially in the class then the size can go much higher.

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(Last edited: Sunday, 21 November 2010, 04:28 AM)
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Read the instructions carefully. Be prepared for some surprise element.

First scan though the whole paper and notice if there are any type of questions having too many marks etc.

Start from the first question and keep on doing the ones that you are able to do. Do not get emotionally attached to a question if it may take too long. Make a note of some questions which you consider worthwhile trying again (you may use pencil mark if it is allowed). Finish the paper at one go like this and then look at the questions on which you had left marks.

Do not ignore any subject in the paper.

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(Last edited: Sunday, 21 November 2010, 04:30 AM)
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One should opt for online/conventional course. This helps in understanding concepts. It is advisable to join a coaching where personalised attention is given, i.e. not more than 20 students sit in a class at a time. The classroom course should be supported by textbooks/course material. It is better if the course material includes recordings of the classes as the student can go through them repeatedly if he/she has not understood some point in the class. One needs to take periodic online/conventional tests to become familiar with the new pattern questions and for performance under pressure acclematisation. Course material designed for IIT-JEE in the form of eBooks or hard-copies is also useful.

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(Last edited: Sunday, 21 November 2010, 04:33 AM)
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Self commitment is more important than anything else in preparation.

School Student: A student going to the school should follow the 4/10 plan, that is self-study of at least 4 hrs. on school days and at least 10 hrs. of self-study on holidays. The amount of time for self-study excludes time spent in classroom coaching (if any). There must be a 7 day or 10 day revision plan as well.

12th Pass Student: A student not going to the school should follow the 10 hrs. plan, that is self-study of at least 10 hrs. everyday. The amount of time for self-study excludes time spent in classroom coaching (if any). There must be a 7 day or 10 day revision plan as well.

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(Last edited: Friday, 7 January 2011, 12:19 AM)
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You need to take online admission from here and follow the process. After your account is activated you will not be asked for any key.

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(Last edited: Friday, 8 July 2011, 02:01 PM)
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We provide unlimited access to the whole recordings of the classes enabling student not only to revise but also to repeatedly go through the point not understood well in the class. In addition to the recordings, online study material is also provided if applicable.

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(Last edited: Friday, 27 June 2014, 09:39 PM)
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You need to use a modern web-browser. Internet Explorer 6 is not supported. Many browsers provided in mobile phones and tablets are also supported. The browser should allow cookies.

In addition to the above, specific courses may have additional requirements that are mentioned at other places.

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(Last edited: Friday, 27 June 2014, 09:41 PM)
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Mr. Manish Verma, who has been teaching Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry for over 10 years, himself will be teaching all of these three subjects.

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(Last edited: Monday, 22 September 2014, 10:25 AM)
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The school syllabi for 9th/10th should be carefully studied. After that the syllabi for JEE should be analysed. The common topics should be clearly noted. These topics demand extra attention and should be done in more depth. For example, if Newton's Laws topic is in school syllabus and in JEE, this topics should also be done from the book recommended for JEE apart from the school book. LIVE online classes and test series courses are available for class 9th and 10th students.


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