5 tips to crack iit jee 2014Started late? Worried about not having enough time to prepare for IIT JEE 2014? Well, here is a solution to your worries. IIT JEE 2014 is months away. So if you haven’t got it already, take the hint. Here are five ways to crack IIT JEE 2014 in 6 months:

1.       Start now!

This is probably the last opportunity you will get to be adequately prepared for the examination in 2014. Stayed focused and work as much as you can. Set a timetable and stick to it.

2.       Polish up your basics

If you are confident of your basics, then the rest will automatically fall into place. Make sure you are confident of the basic formulas, concepts and theories in Physics, Chemistry and Maths. Once you have that in control, the rest of the syllabus can be managed easily, provided you work hard and sincerely.

3.       Make use of the resources you have

Study from class notes and IIT JEE textbooks. Seek guidance from your teachers. When you have covered these areas, you could also make use of the online video coaching and lectures. However, don’t go through other unnecessary textbooks as it will only add to the study material.

4.       Solve old question papers

Solving last 10 years’ question papers before IIT JEE 2014 will help you immensely. Since these papers will include questions that have been asked in the previous IIT Exams, it will help you analyse and anticipate the questions better. The pattern followed and the level of difficult will give you an idea of what you can expect in IIT JEE 2014.

5.       Improve your speed

Speed is very important at this juncture. Not only for your preparation towards cracking IIT JEE 2014 but also solving the actual paper. Regular study will help you anticipate questions and answers faster. It will improve your analytical skills by a significant margin.

Remember, at the end of the day, IIT JEE 2014 is just another exam. Do not be disheartened at any point. It is a difficult exam but not impossible to crack. Stay hopeful and work hard towards that goal.


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