TIPS & TRICKS TO STUDY FOR JEE EXAM PREPARATION & NEET
TIPS & TRICKS TO STUDY FOR JEE EXAM PREPARATION & NEET
HOW TO STUDY FOR JEE EXAM PREPARATION?
It has become almost an annoying saying that where there’s a will, there is a way. But you have no idea how significant it just is. Many have prepared for such exams, and they have been through times where they feel tired and exhausted. They think it would be easier to give up. But those who cross this hurdle have always claimed that it was the will that kept them going, the sheer resilience to work hard. Thus, it is imperative to be clear in your mind about the field you want to pursue and make your career in it.
Discipline is the second step. Nothing is gained in the world without discipline. Again, those who have done it before know it. Setting a timetable to complete all the tasks is an important step. It would help you pen down the day-to-day tasks that need to be completed. Following this would be setting up goals that should be short-term and long-term. Long term goal should be to clear the exam that you are preparing for. Short-term goals would include something like completing a module by the end of the month. Finishing your daily tasks and short terms goals would not only help you to keep a tab on your progress, but the mere sense of completion would give you a morale boost to persevere even harder. As the proverbial saying goes, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy! Hence while making time table, do not forget to add time for recreation as well!
There are some DONT’s of studying to avoid stress and exhaustion. Try to set achievable targets. In the initial stages of enthusiasm, one might be able to complete those tasks. But as time goes on and the excitement starts to fade away, so does the working rate, and the work being done fades away. It is imperative to work not for 14 hours a day but to work for 14 days. Consistency is the key, not a sudden burst of enthusiasm that lasts a week. Second, do not study for long hours at stretches. It is imperative to take a break. Efficiency is inversely proportionate to longer hours of studying.
Fourth, don’t be embarrassed and be calm. Rome was not built in a day, but they laid bricks every day. It might so happen that the results you were hoping for would not come at the early stages. At times like these, you must not be disheartened or discouraged but keep persevering. Further, it must give you an insight into what is going wrong and correct those mistakes. A remedy to not getting discouraged would be to meditate daily. It will help you remain in the right mindset throughout the preparation and help get riddance of all the stress.
HOW TO SELECT A COACHING INSTITUTE STUDY FOR JEE EXAM PREPARATION?
If you opt for a coaching institute, selecting the best coaching institute for you is the first important step. They will be your companions for the foreseeable future. Keeping these ideas in mind, here are some suggestions to find a coaching institute:
- Take recommendations from your friends and family members who might have done JEE exam preparation or might have some idea on the domain. It would help you get ready with a tentative list of institutes that you choose from.
- Take a demo class if possible. Many factors must be a consideration before selecting a coaching institute. These can include the teaching pedagogy of the institute or even the infrastructure. One of the most important aspects to look for in a coaching institute would be its location. The closer it is to your home, the better it is, as it would help in saving transit time.
- Culture of the institute. It would help if you got the utmost attention and the right environment that is conducive for studying. Thus culture becomes an essential part of the selection of the institute.
- Test series and one-on-one. Test series are significant aspects of any entrance or competitive exams. It helps get you in the right mindset. Apart from this, some exams require post-exam interviews. It is imperative to groom yourself accordingly for such exams. Look for those coaching institutes where they can give utmost attention to the tiniest of details, including preparing for the interview.
Q1) Which career should I choose?
Your career is what you have to do for the foreseeable future of your life. It is no joking matter. It would help if you explored all the avenues before deciding upon the career you want to pursue.
Q2) Any other considerations while selecting a coaching institute?
The requirements of the “perfect institute” would vary from person to person. Besides, information like the batch timings, fee structure, hostel facility might also be necessary.
Q3) When should I start preparing?
Usually, preparation should start at least a year before the exams. It provides you with sufficient time to comprehend the syllabus and get in the right mindset to prepare for the exam.
Q4) How would I separate two institutes that provide the same facilities?
This question must be asked to the institute itself. Each institute has its selling point, which makes it stand out from the crowd. Find those qualities and decide which one appeals to you the most.
Q5) How do I get the quality assurance of the institute?
Records of the passed out students and the quality of faculty and (if possible) a brief overview of materials provided by the institute would help you get a glimpse of the institute's quality.
Hence, before you began, these are some of the things you must consider that will help you throughout your preparations. But remember, coaching institutes can only show you the path; it would be you who would have to walk on it. To find the right coaching, get all geared up, and start your preparation today!