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Which institution is best to subscribe for online prepation of JEE. Candidate here has also joined a offline/regular classes in a small town. Please suggest.
Ans: ALLEN Online Test Series. User-friendly / Instant Result with Answers and Time Taken for Each Question.

Some IMPORTANT Preparation Strategies for JEE Preparation: (Wherever the Subject 'You' is used here, it refers for your Candidate). (1) Whenever you study at home, study for 45-minutes. Then take a break of 10-minutes when you can move away from your study table, walk, have some water & relax. If you continue studying beyond 45-minutes, your concentration power will go down, resulting to low output. Most students commit this mistake. (2) On daily basis (morning or evening whichever will be convenient to you), do yoga or meditation or physical exercises or play any games / sports for at least 30-45 minutes. This will further reduce your stress / distractions. (3) Study tough topics / tough subjects (applicable to you) early morning with your fresh mind. (4) Eat a lot of green vegetables / fruits which you can afford for & avoid soft drinks (5) Every day nigh, before going to bed, revise whatever you have studied during the day. (6) Also, revise every week whatever you have covered till date (here your short-notes which you should prepare will be helpful). (7) Keep practizing questions on topics which you have covered either offline or online (8) Give utmost importance to wrongly answered / difficult / complicated / tough questions and have a separate note-book specially for this for each subject (PCM) (8) You might be aware that JEE rank is allotted on the basis of highest score in Maths, followed by Physics & Chemistry. Practice more and more in Maths, till you reach Speed & Accuracy (9) By the end of 11th / 12th standard (December-January), attempt fully syllabus online test series, evaluate and analyze your performance such as, (a) which topic / unit / concept you are weak which needs your revision and improvement as this will disturb you when you appear in actual JEE exam (b) abnormal time taken to attempt any question which you can come to know from Online Test Series which you should reduce (c) which questions you skipped and why? (10) Make 100% utilization of 'Doubt Clearing Sessions' of Offline Class you have joined. All the BEST.

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I am a 12th pass student , and i am preparing for jee mains and advanced since from class 11th from physics wallah batches ....i am taking drop this year...and i joined akash institute...and also studying from pw batch,...bcoz i am not satisfied by offline coaching institute....plz give me guidelines... that from where i have to study..thank you!
Ans: Anjana, you have NOT mentioned your JEE Percentile / Rank, scored by you this year. Anyway, please go through my IMPORTANT guidelines from the beginning till the end (lengthy & APPLICABLE to all droppers). (1) First of all you should analyze what went wrong in your last JEE? Score in each Subject? Lowest in which Subjects? Why? (2) As you have already joined Aakash, it is advisable to join ALLEN's Test Series also. Keep attempting the questions (3) Check your Score in Maths / Analyze your strong and weak topics. Focus more on weak topics (applicable to Physics & Chemistry also. (4) For Physics, you should definitely be through with HC VERMA (Both Volumes) & practice questions from Aakash / Allen's Test Series.
(5) Whenever you study at home, study for 45-minutes. Then take a break of 10-minutes when you can move away from your study table, walk, have some water & relax. If you continue studying beyond 45-minutes, your concentration power will go down, resulting to low output. Most students commit this mistake. (6) On daily basis (morning or evening whichever will be convenient to you), do yoga or meditation or physical exercises or play any games / sports for at least 30-45 minutes. This will further reduce your stress / distractions. (3) Study tough topics / tough subjects (applicable to you) early morning with your fresh mind. (7) Eat a lot of green vegetables / fruits which you can afford for & avoid soft drinks (5) Every day nigh, before going to bed, revise whatever you have studied during the day. (8) Also, revise every week whatever you have covered till date (here your short-notes which you should prepare will be helpful). (9) Keep practising questions on topics which you have covered either offline or online (9) Give utmost importance to wrongly answered / difficult / complicated / tough questions and have a separate note-book specially for this for each subject (PCM) (10) You might be aware that JEE rank is allotted on the basis of highest score in Maths, followed by Physics & Chemistry. Practice more and more in Maths, till you reach Speed & Accuracy (9) By the end of 11th / 12th standard (December-January), attempt fully syllabus online test series, evaluate and analyze your performance such as, (a) which topic / unit / concept you are weak which needs your revision and improvement as this will disturb you when you appear in actual JEE exam (b) abnormal time taken to attempt any question which you can come to know from Online Test Series which you should reduce (c) which questions you skipped and why? (10) Make 100% utilization of 'Doubt Clearing Sessions' of Aakash. All the BEST Anjana.

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Sir, my son is doing 12th cbse now , holds OCI. He is preparing for JEE. Pls guide on jee admission as well as TNEA process. Is there any reservation for foreign students and fees structure for both. How much percentile to get based on your knowledge. As well as top good colleges in Chennai. Thanks
Ans: Ashok Sir, Focus on Most IMPORTANT Factors you should consider for your Son which are: (1) As far as TNEA process, the cut-off for top colleges would be very high (97% & above) and most of the TN Board Students get admission into it. For CBSE Students, will be difficult for Top-Ranked Colleges in TN like Thyagarajar / PSG etc. Still you can try. (2) Your son can try through JEE for NITs / GFTIs / IIITs. Getting admission into Top of these Institutes again depends upon his Percentile in JEE-Main / JEE-Advanced. Please have this an option (3) As far as OCI is concerned, still there will be competition (4) One more better option you should DEFINITELY go for is, trying for Private Engineering Colleges, for which he should appear in, minimum 5-7 Entrance Exams (best option, apart from JEE). Why because he will a lot of options and it will be very easy for you / for your son to choose the best and most suitable, keeping in view a number of factors such as, (a) Your son's interest as far as stream is concerned (b) Reputation of University / College (c) Location (d) Placements (e) Hostel Option & (f) Travel Time Taken for College from Home. (5) Almost ALL States in India conduct its own Entrance Exams even for other States' Students. You can shortlist 2-3 States (apart from some Private Engineering Colleges' Entrance Exams) you prefer and apply accordingly, for example, SRMJEE, VITEEE, COMED-K, PESSAT & More. (6) You should definitely have Plan B & Plan C, instead of relying only on JEE. Not advisable. (7) Just for information: If you can afford, you can even go for Management Quota Seats but to book minimum 4-5 months in advance, with any college you prefer. Please note, if you want to get admission into top-ranked Private College, you will have spend minimum 50-55 Lacs (+/-) depending upon the college & stream your son prefers. Hope I have clarified your doubt.

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