Physics tutor for IIT JEE with more than 15 years experience and having produced ranks 26, 83, 133, 198, 298, 483 and many more.....
As of now, 12th board marks hold the 40% weightage and 60% will be JEE Mains score. So it becomes imperative for JEE Main 2016 aspirants to perform exceptionally well at their boards. A percentage of 95% and above will surely help in fetching a good rank in JEE Main 2016. Boards’ preparation not only contributes to your JEE Main preparation but also ensures a rank. So, study hard for your boards as well. If at all the recommendation of eliminating boards’ marks weightage comes to implementation, you have nothing to lose; the studies will help you anyways. To score well in JEE mains you have to clear all the basics for all subjects and practice well to ensure that you have seen all types of questions that are generally asked in JEE MAINS. Practice will also increase your speed for solving problems, which is a very important factor in getting a good rank. Do make sure to attempt all previous year question papers of JEE MAINS before taking the actual exam. Make sure to keep your first priority studies rather than your any other hobby for two years of preparation. Do not waste time in doing activities that are not going to be of any help for JEE preparation. Make a friend circle of students having the same target and discuss all doubts among yourself before clearing it from your teacher, that will help a lot. Best of LUCK!!!
Physics tutor for IIT JEE, 3 yrs online teaching experience
To cracking IIT JEE Mains, the most important thing is to cover the syllabus. Covering syllabus means you need to go through every corner of the syllabus. For mains it is not necessary to go deep into the concepts but you have to know every concept. For example if you talk about projectile motion you need to know what exactly the projectile motion is, how velocity varies with time, what acceleration is driving it and the basic formulae of Hmax, range and time of flight. You do not need to go through the all inclined projectile motion so this is how you can tackle Mains questions.