Advice for JEE Advanced Aspirants from Shitikanth, IIT JEE topper 2008

1) Setting your priorities straight
2) Creating a master plan
3) Advice on textbooks, coaching etc.
4) Focus on concepts and generic problem solving techniques
5) Learning with your friends
6) Revision and taking the exam

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Tips by 2007 IIT JEE Topper Achin Bansal :

Success Mantra for Achin in his own words– “Only hard work, preparation without tension, practice and concentration can bring the desired result in any competitive examination. Never be tense during the preparation. Always ensure that if your input is about 10 hours, your output should also be about 10 hours. I studied for about 10 hours a day. The preparation was being done with single minded devotion to be among the first 10 successful candidates of the IIT-JEE 07 and that too in the first attempt.”

Number of hour’s studies every day: 6 to 7 hours.

Recommended Books

S.L. Loney,
I.E. Irodov,
Hall & Knight,
Mathematics Today,
Chemistry Today,
Physics for You and Bansal Notes.

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Books recommended by 2006 IIT JEE Toppers Raghu Mahajan:

For success in IIT, JEE Raghu gives more pressure on NCERT books. ” The Biggest General Advice is NCERT textbooks are very, very important. There is a tendency to ignore these textbooks, but please take them seriously,” he says

No. of hours studies every day: 7 to 8 hours for two years.

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