Here are a few tips from my side for all JEE aspirants: Practice is the key to scoring well in Mathematics; you
need to solve problems for a particular topic till you feel confident about it. This was precisely the preparation strategy Amarnath Anand Sir used that helped me score 117/120 in JEE (Advanced).
In Physics, a lot can be learned by solving problems that are multi-conceptual or those that require the student to think out of the box. A plethora of such problems was given to us by Amit Gupta Sir which eventually led to winning a Gold Medal at IPhO-2014. It is key to strike the right balance between theoretical and numerical aspects of Physical Chemistry which was the underlying theme of Akhilesh Kanther Sir’s teaching methodology. Inorganic Chemistry requires the student to continuously and comprehensively revise concepts and Vishal Joshi Sir’s logical approach really aided quick revisions.
In Surendra K. Mishra Sir’s words, a mechanism-based approach to reactions really helps one understand the nitty-gritty of Organic Chemistry. There may be ups and downs during your preparation but a good faculty team will keep you motivated, and with sincere effort you’ll be able to achieve all that you aspire for. I hope you find these tips helpful and wish you the best for your future endeavours.