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IIT-JEE Exam Preparation

By Sarfraj Ahmed Subscribe to RSS | January 19th 2012 | Views:

Eyeing the country's most prestigious engineering education institution - the IITs? A smartly drawn out preparation strategy can make your progress towards your objective easier, and you must start work on cracking the IIT- JEE Entrance Exam right after Class X.

Those who start late, miss out on vital preparation time and so they have to make it up by going on an overdrive. At least 6- 8 hours of hard work must be a part of your daily regimen if you are one of the late starters and have just one year to prepare. You can reduce this preparation load by starting early.

For starters, study the examination pattern of the last few years. As there are subject-wise cut-off marks, you need to understand the weightage of the questions asked in previous years' exams. The next step is to enroll in a comprehensive study programme at the IIT coaching centre to help you identify your weak areas and work on them. You also get access to extensive research based study material from these IIT coaching center.

To achieve maximum speed and accuracy, nothing is as important as practice. Planning a daily routine and sticking to it helps immensely. Keep honing your numerical ability to achieve maximum clarity in problem solving. Also, keep attempting reasoning ability questions to understand them better.

The Common Practice Test (CPT), a weekly exercise conducted by the academy, helps students assess their potential by pitting themselves against other IIT-JEE aspirants. The academy maintains a workbook to monitor the performance of each student in these tests. This computerized analysis; pin points each student's weaknesses as well as strengths. This knowledge is essential for students if they wish to get better as the examination date draws nearer.


The Joint Entrance Exam is your gateway to 15 IITs, besides the Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, and the Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University. There are some 4.7 lakh students took the IIT- JEE Entrance Exam this year. Next year, the number is expected to be even higher. The exam is going to be conducted by IIT- Kanpur on April 10, 2011.

The test will have two question papers, each lasting for three hours. Both question papers will be divided into three sections each - Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. Try to work hard on these subjects will surely get the better result in IIT-JEE Entrance Exam.

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