i need little guidlines in my studies too.i need to know how to keep well proper organized time table so that i can crack iit bcoz iit is my dream goal please help me maaam and also its not too late its only august please please please help me maam i will be grateful
There is still lot of time for your preparations. You just need to manage time between your school hours and self study.
Self study is the most important part of preparation for IIT JEE along with guidance from teachers. You also need to be very clear conceptually as well as numerically. For this you can also take help online from tutors on spanedea. Just give 6 hrs a day for the self study and you can make it your own way.
Physics & Maths tutor, JEE Main and Advanced Expert, IIT Delhi Student, Olympiad Specialist
Firstly, if you could call me "sir", and not "ma'am", I'd really appreciate that :D
I'd love to help you out. I can give you guidelines, if you let me know what exactly you want guidelines for. I'll give you some basic guidelines on how to study..
1. Have no distractions- when I say this, I don't mean that you should stop playing outside, or stop going on facebook or watching TV and movies. No. Do all of that. In fact, you should always take out time for leisure activities as that is going to help you free your mind and will be a good break. But what I mean here is that when you are studying, have no distractions. No thinking about the latest movies coming out. No thinking about new TV shows, or what you are going to do later that evening. While studying, focus only on studying. Nothing else.
2. Never look at the clock- I can't stress on this enough. Never look at the clock while studying. In fact, don't even have a clock in the room where you study, or take it down while studying. All that the clock will do is deter you from studying and make you focus on how long you have already studied and/or how much more you should study. And that is pointless. Studies have to be about preparing till you feel it's worth it. Start at any time, and study till the time that you feel satisfied and confident. Never look at the clock.
3. Be thorough with NCERT- Solving higher order questions from different reference books would be pointless if you don't know the basics and are unable to solve regular questions. Therefore, it is a must to solve and study from the NCERT first, before moving on to other books, especially in maths and chemistry.
If you have any more specific questions, feel free to ask me any time.
Physics tutor for IIT JEE, 3 yrs online teaching experience
It seems you are very much dedicated towards JEE and that is very important factor to make it happen,
As far as time table is concern you can start your study with Chemistry (Organic chemistry or Physical Chemistry) then you can switch to Physics and then to Mathematics and try to take a quick review of Inorganic Chemistry at the end of the day.
This is the best combination what i think will be good.
I know it is normal to get worked up about your preparations but you need to relax and clear your mind. It seems that you're going to appear for the JEE next year. That gives you more than enough time to have a serious crack at the exam. I'll try and suggest a few measures you can adopt to streamline your preparation and reduce the panic that seems to have set its way in your mind.
However, please understand that the suggestion I mention here are from my personal experience from my preparation and worked wonders for me and might not be as fruitful for everyone. So please use your discretion and assess my suggestion crictically before following it.
The most important thing about Time-Tables is not making them but keeping them. A lot of us fall prey to making too ambitious schedules and getting frustrated when we fall short of them. Just making up the hours serves you no purpose as an exam like JEE requires you to study with complete concentration. I would suggest you make a time-table which you can religiously follow without fail.
I'd suggest you first know the number of 'available' hours per day. (would be different for different days of the week) By 'available hours' I mean the number of hours you have when you're not at school or coaching classes. Make sure that you spend half of this time for self study. On a holiday, you would have more hours automatically for self study and when you are overworked from coaching or school, you can relax with lesser number of self study hours. This worked wonders for me when I was preparing and has helped all my students so far.
The key to cracking JEE is solving a lot of problems without looking at the solution. But at the same time, you should not spend too much time on the same question during examination as it would not be worth it. You have to to be able to judge proborms which to attempt first and which not. This will only come though practising. Another thing which i would recommend is don't get afraid after looking at the problem. In most of the cases, the question is hidden just in the last line of the paragraph. Since it is already august, practice all the three subjects at least an hour daily and that too continuous and without looking at the solutoin. This will get you in habit of three hours of continuous paper solving undisturbed. Study all the subjects daily or at least alternate days so that the topic remains somewhere in your mind. Needless to say but foocus more on concepts and conceptual questions.
Nice to hear that you are dedicated towards your studies and goal to crack IIT JEE exam. You should do the focussed and quality study, so that whatever you are studying is adding value to your knowledge. Plan your day in such a way that you are devoting 6-7 hours of time in self study, where you are practising questions of Physics, Chemistry and Maths. Remember, 70% of exam preparation is practice. Practice more questions everyday and ask doubts to your teacher.
I hope this will help you in your preparation. All the best for the examination.
IIT Indore Alumni, experienced tutor for GATE and IIT JEE for Physics and Maths
To get into IIT is the dream goal of every engineering aspirant in India. However it requires sincere and consistent efforts. The best person who can help you is you yourself. We can just guide you. Few tips to improve.
Please dont think of the past and start putting all your efforts from now onwards.
1) Plan a timetable atleast 6-8 hrs a day. Study seriously. Keep distractions away.
2) Allot proper time to subjects and topics as per your requirements.You can make a timetable as per your comfort.One thing you should remenber is study a topic atleast 3-4 hrs. Changing a topic again and again doesnt help.Do not panic.
Firstly you have not mentioned about which class you are into 11th or 12th? Without that it will be little difficult to guide you. But in nut shell I can tell you that you have to be extremely devoted if you really want to make it to IIT. Do not waste much time and just keep working hard. Be positive and fearless.