IIT-JEE is one of the most prominent and esteemed exams conducted in our entire country. Until the year 2012 close to 6 lakh students appeared for this JEE Main exam every year and approximately 20,000 students were awarded ranks, merely a 2% of the entire lot. In the year 2013 things changed and approximately 13 lakh students emerged for JEE Main examination out of which around 1.5 lakh students were chosen to appear for JEE Advanced, and after the grueling exam finally around 10,000 were awarded ranks, which makes the entire round off to 0.77%.
Finding innovative ways to provide coaching to JEE Main and JEE Advanced aspirants is a challenging task mentors at Motion Education look forward to. One of India’s first coaching institute providing an education marvel called “Motion-Edu-Tab” a product exclusively designed to take charge of e-learning with a difference is bound to make life far easier for individuals preparing for exams. With the launch of this wonder gadget for imparting knowledge, researchers pointed out how relevant it is for the Indian audience that is the second largest country offering online educational coaching and encouraging the use of digital devices to prepare students for prestigious entrance exams like JEE Main, JEE Advanced and more.
- Pre Medical Tests (PMT) are not as easy as some people refer them to be, February onwards every aspirant ideally needs to increase the self study time from 6 to 7 hours to at least 9 to 10 hours .
It is not far beyond belief that each one of us has always dreamt of being a doctor, probably even worn a white coat and played the role of a serious doctor as kids. Bringing back the dream to reality is done by few and the first step to realizing this dream is by preparing well in advance for prestigious entrance exams like All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT), All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). Known as the toughest entrance test in the entire nation, cracking the exam can lead an aspirant straight to pursuing college courses for MBBS and dentistry. With a response from lakhs of students the exam is conducted each year by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and aspirants get the chance to register for the entrance online as well that takes care of registering and submission of documents. Many people give tips on how to prepare for AIIMS at home however the best medical preparation is by right guidance and true determination and a coaching center does drive that ambition into an aspiring doctor. Ideally the exam paper is drafted keeping in mind Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology) and comprise of objective type questions that an individual has to finish within three hours. Aspirants gearing up for AIPMT 2016 or AIIMS 2017 can use these tips to get the ball rolling for preparations.
• Brushing Up On Syllabus
It is imperative that one makes a strong base by studying and clearing all doubts on syllabus that was in the previous classes at school. Essentially 11th and 12th standard NCERT syllabus needs to have clearing understanding especially all fundamentals related to Chemistry, Biology and Physics. Solving old test papers will also help immensely.
Revising syllabus is a very important step and weighs equal importance as learning about the particular subject. Always revise everything twice or thrice making sure that none of the topics are missed out.
A great level of concentration is required while preparing for AIPMT or AIIMS entrance exams considering the fact that it is a tough exam and cannot be taken lightly. Friends and socialization can continue however the time one takes out for studying should be devoted to it without any distraction. The technological bend that each student is so attracted to, be it video games or mobile phones, all these gadgets should be refrained from for some time.
• Time Management
Given that time is always a major issue, it is essential that one plans an entire day or week with a study schedule to follow. A study strategy should be prepared keeping in mind all the topics that need to be covered and also keeping a track of time as in how many hours are taken towards completing one particular topic or two. In order to get the best results, one should assign deadlines and prepare accordingly.
• Mock Test Preparation
With almost 90% of study material available on the internet, preparing for entrance tests is fairly easy as mock tests are readily available to check your knowledge skills and prepare well through the luxury of e-learning. Mock tests are one way of enhancing the revision process as it covers all the subjects that are required to be understood efficiently.
• Take Coaching
A coaching center does bring in a lot of benefits as not only is an aspirant mentored by professionals who have years of experience but also get handy notes, mock test and prepare with a set system to guide them at each level. They regularly evaluate the performances and help an aspirant brush up on topics where he/she might be lacking.
JEE Main 2016 Application Form will be available from December 1, 2015 onwards. The guidelines for filling JEE Main 2016 Application Form are given on this page. Candidates can register and apply below after December 1, 2015 onwards. Last date to apply for JEE Main 2016 is December 31, 2015. Students will be given one month time to fill and submit the online form by registering, uploading scanned images (of photograph, signature and left thumb impression in JPEG formats) and fee payment. Application fee payment can be done through debit/credit cards as well as through E-Challan.
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