The target of cracking JEE exams in the year 2016 looks far now. But I have no time for my self- study as I need to go to school as well as coaching for all 6 days (Monday Friday). My school time takes the schedule of 7 am to 3 pm. And for coaching it is 4 pm to 9 pm& .. (Both including the time to reach and come back from the institution).
Please guide me how to manage my schedule for 12th board as well as IIT because I surely want to crack JEE-2016 and I am very determined to my goal. My present schedule has no time for any recreational activities like watching TV s or surfing internet or wasting time on electronic gadgets or wasting my time outside my house and I don t want any of these things to be included in my schedule.I only want to study and nothing else.Please also see to this that I am in ICSE board which is very different from CBSE Board. Although ICSE books also gives Questions capable in IIT still I am unable to cope up as JEE exam is based on CBSE Board. Plz Plz guide me as soon as possible. Thank You In Advance :)
Aerospace Engineer with 4+ years of teaching experience
If you are sticking to your time table ,that is a great news. You are a step away from success. As you travel to reach your coaching center and institution you can use this travel time. Make a small slips and write down some formulae which you feel difficult to memorise and try to read those slips while travelling in buses,metros,auto etc. But if you have to drive then you can also record those formulae and listen to them. When there is stringent timetable and no time for self study this is excellent method.I used to do the same. Another way of saving time is,if possible, to take online classes which saves precious time and you can learn at the comfort of the home.
Regarding your concern regarding ICSE board ,as you are attenfding tutions/coaching classes that will be sufficient and I would consider this as a great opportunity as you are learning both CBSE and ICSE syllabus .You are more knowledgeable and you can perceive a problemin differrent perspectives. Always look on the bright side.
Lastly,You can always find time if you are determined to study. All the best.
Honesly speaking, in my opinion you are going good. I would suggest that whatever you study in your school time and at your coaching, grasp the topics with your full concentration. As you mentioned your schedule, you get 2-3 hours post 9pm. I advise you to use this time to revise what you have studied in the day and to solve the tutorials you get from your coaching. Do prepare short notes, they come in handy when you have a limited time. Revise your week's learning, give some sample tests on Sunday.
Focus on your ICSE board, as the coaching do cover all the topics from CBSE that comes into JEE. Don't let yourself down, worrying is good but not in excess. See if from a different perspective - if you give your all in this period of 9-10 months, your life is set.