Vagisha Kaushik|Oct 23, 2021
JEE Advanced 2021: Tips by toppers to score well
Students who are preparing for the JEE Advanced 2021 exam can check the preparation tips from the previous year’s toppers here.
New Delhi: Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur is all set to conduct the JEE Advanced 2021 exam as a computer-based test on October 3. Candidates who are aiming to crack the national level entrance exam can check out the JEE Advanced 2021 preparation tips by toppers here. Candidates can check the JEE Advanced 2021 preparation tips by the previous year’s toppers below.
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JEE Advanced Topper Tip by Chirag Falor (AIR 1)
According to Chirag’s experience, the previous year’s papers helped him a lot. He practiced previous year’s JEE Advanced papers and solved them just like an actual exam a week before the JEE Advanced exam date.
Chirag Falor advised the aspirants to not lose hope in themselves. He says that at times candidates may feel tired or bored of during the JEE Advanced 2021 exam preparation, but he advises them not to be distracted by watching television or playing games but instead go for studying something else.
JEE Advanced Topper Tip by Gangula Bhuvan Reddy (AIR 2)
Even though the time between mains and advanced was less this year, Gangula Bhuvan Reddy made a daily schedule and revised all the topics within time. He focused more on chemistry during that time because there would be many things to remember in it. So he just wrote JEE Advanced mock tests and did a revision of all his notes in those three weeks.
He also advises all the aspirants to don’t get distracted by some other things and another important thing is to avoid silly mistakes. Accuracy is more important than speed.
JEE Advanced Topper Tip by Muhender Raj (AIR 4)
Since the syllabus for JEE Main and JEE Advanced are roughly the same, his preparation strategy for the exam was similar to that for mains. He solved the previous year’s JEE Advanced papers in the last week before the exam with a time limit and in similar timings as the actual JEE Advanced exam.
He just wants to say that with hard work always comes success. It’s not the end of the world when things don’t seem to be going your way. Just focus on the exam preparation without thinking about the results.
JEE Advanced Topper Tip by Hardik Rajpal (AIR 6)
He would tell future aspirants to keep working towards their goals no matter what. They could be preparing for JEE Advanced, Mains or EAMCETs; there will be days when they are let down by their result and find it hard to believe in themselves but the key to a good outcome is to keep working on their mistakes and misconceptions irrespective of the circumstances around you. Just look to take the next closest step in your JEE Advanced 2021 preparation, undeterred by what others say or think of you.
JEE Advanced Topper Tip by Vedang Asgaonkar (AIR 7)
JEE Main actually has textbook-oriented questions while JEE Advanced has new types of questions. The questions in the JEE Advanced exam have some challenging aspects. He participated in Physics and Mathematics Olympiads to prepare himself for JEE Advanced.
He would also like to suggest to the future aspirants to remain cool, calm and perform their best. When you follow this, you will be able to give 100 percent in the exam.
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