So hey guys today I would be writing an article about
Most asked questions regarding Jee preparation
- How much should I sleep?
- Is NCERT reading really important?
- What are the books to refer to?
- Is coaching really important?
- Should I do a good quantity of questions or good quality of questions?
- How much should I sleep? Now the answer to this question depends only on you. For instance, some of my friends used to sleep 5-6 hours a day but I used to sleep 8 hours a day. But the optimum sleep time is 7 hours a day. You can also distribute this time that is 6.5 hours in the night and a half an hour in the afternoon. This would release frustration and pressure which you may feel during practicing
- Is NCERT reading really important? The answer to this question is undoubted YES. Many students and some of my batch mates too considered NCERT to be the inferior or the low-level book. But believe me, friends in Chemistry you can
- What are the books to refer to? I had already written on this in my previous article and I will also write a separate article on
- Physics: HC Verma Concepts of Physics (must), Previous Years Chapter-wise (must) NCERT problems (your will)
- Chemistry: NCERT (must), Previous years Chapter wise (must) N Awasthi for Physical Chemistry K Kumar or VK Jaiswal For inorganic And MS Chouhan for Organic. If you Don't want to do this much of books you can refer to your coaching material or you can order a DLP program of any good coaching
- Maths: This subject requires a lot of practice to make sure you do it . some of the good books are Coordinate geometry by Vikas Gupta Balaji Publication (must do very good book) Calculus by Sameer Bansal GRB publication, Algebra either Balaji publications or Cengage (G Tejwani). For trigonometry I solved Cengage But no such specific book I found useful
For most of the people, I feel the answer should be Yes. But the coaching should be one of the
5. Should I do a good quantity of questions or good quality of questions?
So the answer is that you have to do a good quality of questions in good quantity. I know the answer
is a bit silly but that's the truth, my friend. The only thing you have to do in these 2 years is hard work. No matter whatever be the day you have to work 10-12 hours a day. For some of you, it may sound impossible but you have to if you want to make to IIT's.
And with these words, I would end this article and at last, if you liked the article, please comment Helpful in the comment box as it took around 2-3 hours for me to write this article.