Soumya Dhawan - Physics Tutor in Noida

Soumya Dhawan   (On Spanedea since May 20, 2015)

IITB Alumni, IIT JEE Score - Physics - 115/162, Mathematics - 130/162


B.Tech. from IIT Bombay in Engineering Physics, 2012

Tutoring Experience: 2 Years 10 Months


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About Soumya Dhawan


IIT JEE 2007, 185 AIR
Physics 115, Chemistry 106, Maths 130


My objective behind teaching students is to provide them necessary guidance to help them crack IIT JEE.

Educational Qualification

B.Tech. from IIT Bombay in Engineering Physics, 2012

Teaching Expertise

How to Crack JEE 2016 Maths? Optimally combine Memory and Understanding.

The study of Mathematics can be broken down into 2 separate parts: Understanding and Memorizing. Here I will give you a few tips to improve your score as it relates to both these aspects of Maths.   Understanding relates to not only the basic postulates and definitions, but also how you derive results logically from these postulates...

Understanding and Memorizing, separating two crucial aspects of preparation

When attempting problems of a newly learnt topic for the first time, it can often become daunting to apply new concepts to more and more complex problems. An inefficient approach, which many students follow, is to read the theory, try to memorize as much stuff as they can, and attempt problems. Any formula they can’t remember, they go back...

7 Important tips for self study IIT JEE

If you do not join any coaching institutes for IIT JEE, but instead plan to study yourself, there are a few important things to remember to help you succeed. First let us look at the things a coaching centre offers to its students.   Classes Study Material People available to clear your doubts ...

The Importance of not making Mistakes in IIT JEE

There is a simple rule that you should remember while attempting problems when you are not quite sure what the solution is: if do not make mistakes, you will not arrive at the wrong answer. Note that you will not necessarily get the right answer, but getting the wrong answer is impossible. The rule may seem trivial to you if you assume the exist...

The Benefits of Knowing Multiple Solutions to the same Problem for IIT JEE

In Physics and Mathematics, especially in broad concepts (like Mechanics, Electromagnetism, Coordinate geometry), often we have many different solutions to the same problem. I would always advocate learning (or rather, understanding) all possible solutions you can think of.   A common misconception students have is that knowing mult...

Rate (INR/hr):  600

Rate could vary upwards depending on exact student requirement ( e.g. if requirement is very specialised, or if requirement demands a lot of background preparation)

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If you're willing to work hard, you can just buy the material yourself and do self-study at home. The most important thing in that case is periodic self evaluation - take tests and honestly grade yourself regularly. You'll be able to figure out your strengths and weaknesses and go from there. ...

If you are really familiar with the IITJEE material when you near the board exams, it should not take you more than a month to cover what is not there in the IIT syllabus, and be familiar with the type of questions asked in boards. ...

That is incredibly subjective, and no one knows you better than you. Try different ways to study, track your progress, and you will find out what works best for you. ...

HC Verma for Physics. I personally believe there is no one who cannot get into IIT after doing enough hard work, though obviously some people need to work much harder than others. ...

I would advise you to get Concepts of Physics by HC Verma. Both the books you mentioned are very lengthy and it will be difficult for you complete either of them along with Maths and Chemistry. If you would like one of them, Resnick Halliday Walker is closer to the IIT JEE Syllabus. I would also suggest , if you are using one of the 2 books ment...

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