Leader’s timetable for IIT JEE
Every year many students prepare and attempt JEE Exam. The students must remember that the seats are very less in comparison to the students appearing for the exam. The JEE preparation needs hard work and dedication to secure a seat in IITs. The candidates are benefitted to a chance to appear for JEE in the grade 12th and they prepare for it along with Board exams. JEE is a tough challenge to crack in the first attempt, so due to this reason, candidates are provided with second chance to work hard with more dedication. The course for droppers is known as Leaders, as they prepare solely for JEE during the entire year without any other preparations.
Since the second chance is the full and final attempt, the Leaders need to take all the precautions to hit the bullseye. Leaders have an extra time to prepare well and thus, managing time is of utmost significance. There are numerous of students dreaming and aiming for the college – the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT).
Here are some Key Points to prepare well with the ideal JEE preparation timetable for Leaders.
Be Positive and Focus
The students who are attempting JEE Exam for the second time should never think of the year as a gap year. Don’t attract to such energy which lowers down students morale. It is advisable to seek guidance from subject matter experts. However, this phase should be utilized more for problem-solving, developing shortcuts and memorizing formulas. Candidates must go for mock tests. Proper time management is crucial to get a good rank in IIT-JEE and mock tests help you improve your time management skills. While solving the Mock Test try to remember that you have to solve it within the assigned time i.e. 3 hours.
Initial Steps towards Goal
The students must not overstrain themselves by put in extra efforts or be overthinking. The timetable should be drafted in such a manner that every topic should be started from initials and then students should practice JEE sample question papers and mock test a lot. Once the students grasp the concept, then they can move on to the question solving the exercise. After this, the candidates should concentrate on JEE Advanced level questions. The students must provide time to each question and should not stick to time limits in the first level of problem-solving.
Importance of Self-Study
The students after coaching classes must bury themselves with assignment and DPPs provided by coaching Institutes. It is very important to complete all the exercises that a coaching Institute has provided, but don’t completely depend on them. The candidates must proactively solve questions from books that are frequently used for JEE preparation. It is very necessary to balance well between preparation from coaching and self-study. Through regular study, the students will be able to clarify the doubts in the next class by their mentors.
It could prove beneficial if the students study in the group. Since the student has dropped a year, they should discuss their preparation strategies better. They must discuss new problems, which can help other students to learn new problems. Finally, solving previous years question papers of JEE Main and JEE Advanced is very important for JEE aspirants. The students must take them as routine mock tests and solve them accordingly in a time-bound manner.
Ultimately, the goal is to build your confidence. So believe in yourself and start preparing with boosted energy! Follow a study plan with small and big goals and study accordingly. Once you achieve your Goal then reward yourself. Also, it’s important to eat healthy food, do some exercise and always remain positive irrespective of situations.
PS: Always be confident in your abilities but never be overconfident.
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