Numerous myths will surround you when you start with your preparation journey of IIT-JEE. They are their only to misguide you. Hence, try to stay away from such misconceptions which misguide you from its preparation.
IIT JEE is one of the toughest exams to crack but it’s not impossible. Your best effort will always result positive, no matter if you are an average student. One has to do immense practice and plan properly to clear the exam. Your success is not dependent on the number of hours you study. No need to study for long hours and exhaust yourself, after all, health is more important. Plan according to your academic caliber. What matters in preparation is the quality of time.
Preparation only in last hours will not work. It is always best to start preparations much before. This will give more time to go through all topics properly and practice rigorously. Hard work and proper planning will lead towards success and fulfilling your dream. Coaching institutes, online videos, learning programs etc can only be medium but not sure shot way to crack JEE exam. The main thing which will work is your hard work and zeal. So, getting dependent on coaching institute is not going to work.
Surrounded around books does not mean better marks. Focus on solving mock tests available online like on Top Mock Test app and practice last years papers as much as you can. Though the syllabus of JEE and boards are same, one needs to prepare for both in a different manner. Both the exams need proper study schedule and enough time should be devoted towards both the exams.
Aspirants are in the habit of ignoring tough topics during preparation, thinking it will be compensated by strong topics. This habit cannot result good in the exams and it will definitely affect your overall performance. So, avoid ignoring tough topics and search the ways through which these tough topics can be simplified, like, one can take guidance from teachers, discuss from friends, take help from the internet etc.
No need to give up the social life. It is assumed that for JEE preparation, you need to stay disconnected from social life as it can distract your focus. Instead, you need to take breaks and involve in extracurricular activities to stay fresh and motivated for JEE preparation.
There are no shortcuts to success. Avoid falling towards shortcuts and devote quality time in practicing and preparation for JEE exams. Follow properly planned study schedule and cover every nook and corner of topics mentioned in the syllabus.