The IIT JEE exam is one of the most competitive and challenging examinations for candidates. Aspirants looking at getting a good JEE rank and getting into IIT knows that apart from a well-planned preparation schedule, one must also have other strategies to beat the competition.
The current selection format needs overall success as it considers a candidates performance in Board exam, JEE Mains and JEE advanced. Students need coaching and mentoring to overcome the different levels of preparation.
Though many centres offer JEE Advanced Coaching in Gorakhpur, the success rate in the students cracking IIT exams remains on the lower side. Lakhs of students attempt to crack the IIT exams every year. The dreams of aspirants remain high despite the intense competition. It is seen that students began their preparations for the JEE exams right from their teens. With less than 17000 seats available in IIT and the number of applicants crossing more than 1.5 lakhs in JEE advanced every year, time is the essence for the students.
Many students enrol for coaching institutes when they are in Class XI and XII. Though the coaching institutes sincerely try to help them prepare with study materials, doubts sessions, and strategies for tackling question papers, many students fail. One of the main reasons is that students’ concepts are unclear and, secondly, improper time management when preparing for the entrance exam.
The Indian Institutes of Technology -Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE) is conducted annually by one of the seven Zonal IIT
The exams are held under the guidance of the Joint Admission Board (JAB). The exams are held in around robin layout every year by one of these IITs. The competition is certainly fierce in the advanced exams.
Since the JEE Main exams are crucial to getting through to the JEE Advanced exams, this preparation stage becomes the war battle zone for students preparing for the exams. The eligibility to qualify for the IIT JEE advanced exams is that students must rank among the top in JEE Main Paper-1, broken into groups. Students must have passed the Class XII Board examination to meet the standard of the minimum qualifications required. Also, they can only take the entrance test twice in two years.
This means that one has to plan to beat the odds in the first attempt and not waste years appearing again.
The world’s best sporting nations start preparing their children from the grassroots level. Similarly, to excel and crack entrance exams at the highest level like JEE Advanced, students’ needs to be groomed from the early classes. Many schools start preparing the students from class 6 onwards and inculcate a clear career vision as they move up to higher classes. CBSE schools use NCERT books that are important for their preparation. One can prepare studying NCERT books from 10th-12th thoroughly and solve all the back questions. They are pretty helpful with the concepts.
Some of the best students come from small towns. While Kota is well known, Uttar Pradesh sends a very high number of students to the competitive exams, the others being Rajasthan and Bihar. Gorakhpur is a pivotal location for competitive entrance exams, and some of the best CBSE schools are located here.
The best CBSE schools like Momentum Global School in Gorakhpur emphasise their students cracking JEE. They have a Momentum Coaching institute that guides students who have cleared their Class XII Board exams.
Schools like Momentum knowns the synergy between starting young in the school for preparing JEE exams and giving final touches in the coaching institute before the entrance exams.
CBSE schools use NCERT books in their syllabus, which is crucial for JEE as questions in the JEE exams come from the NCERT syllabus. The JEE Main toppers also recommend NCERT books as they explain all the topics in a detailed manner. According to experts, studying NCERT is good enough for qualifying JEE. In the last few years, it has been seen that many students who have cracked the IIT JEE Advanced and booked a set in IIT were students from schools backed by CBSE Board.